Tire

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Both Onewheel Original and Onewheel+ use a tubeless Kart tire. ⚠️ WARNING: REPLACING THE TIRE WILL VOID YOUR WARRANTY.

Tires for Onewheel

Burris and Hoosier Tires for Onewheel are now available at https://craftandride.com/collections/tires-for-onewheel

  • Burris 11 x 6.0-6 Treaded Tire
  • Hoosier 11 x 5.5-6 Treaded Tire
  • Burris 11 x 6.0-6 Slick Tire
  • Hoosier 11 x 6.0-6 Slick Tire

Burris Ceramic Hybrid Bearing for Onewheel

Burris Ceramic Hybrid Bearings are now available at https://craftandride.com/products/burris-ceramic-hybrid-bearing-for-onewheel

Compatible tires

Vendor Model Type Size Part# Recommended use Estimated Mileage Fits stock Rails Fits Beast Wheel Rails Recommended pressure
Vega MBM White (slick) Slick 11.5 x 6.50 - 6 Stock Tire ? ?
Hoosier D10A Treaded 11.0 X 6.50 - 6 11920D10A  Extreme conditions ~300 miles ?
Hoosier D20A Treaded 11.0 X 6.50 - 6 11920D20A Good trade off between D10 and D30 ? ?
Hoosier D30A Treaded 11.0 X 6.50 - 6 11920D30A Most popular tire replacement 1000 miles + ?
Hoosier D30A Treaded 11.0 X 5.5 -6
11900D30A
Highly maneuverable, offroad. Can be studded for ice ? 10-14 in sand/snow

20-40 on pavement

Hoosier A40 Slick 11.0 x 6.0-6 15600A40 Most popular for stock rails. Good maneuverability and stability ?
Dunlop KT 14 W13 -- Currently being tested by User:SeattleCommuter --

Higher durometer tires (D30, A40) are likely to last longer and have stiffer sidewalls (better stability).

If you are after ultimate grip or a slightly softer ride, lower durometers are recommended.