The Orbitwheel is a new concept for wheeled sports and the idea is simple: two feet, two wheels…and you’re ready to go!


Orbitwheels are a cross between a skateboard and a pair of inline skates, combining the best features of each. To ride, just step into the hollow wheels, which encircle and rotate sideways around each of your feet. Using a rhythmic wave motion, each foot moves independently, allowing you the freedom to turn and accelerate in unusual ways.

Learning the Orbitwheel wave propulsion technique is enjoyable and challenging. Once you master the basics, you’ll find that Orbitwheels are designed for amazing tricks and turns that seem to defy the laws of physics. Catch the Orbitwheel wave!

Before and After

Comparison photos of the Orbitwheels from before and after


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