The Cádomotus Blue Magic wheel by MPC gives you the performance you need, when you need it: straight-line speed – all-road/track surface efficiency - energy-saving rebound - reliable grip - M-tech® optimization
The MPC's Magic series are known to have the most grippy compound out of all inlline speedskating wheels. The Blue Magic Turbo wheels with smaller hub are most popular among sprinters that look for maximum grip to push hard. Thanks to the Black Magic compound the roll of the Blue Magic wheels is significantly improved, especially for the XXF series. These wheels are simply the best for longer distances and marathon under all conditions.
What hardness should I chose?
- Roll FIRM when race conditions are rough or slick.
- Roll X-FIRM when race conditions are hard, smooth and dry.
- Roll XX-FIRM whenyou look for the wheel with the most roll
"Magic is believing in yourself. If you can do that, you can make anything happen."
|PU band||Dual durometer|
|Best For||Road circuit, Road marathon, Track Long Distance|
|Performance||Fast straights, Great corners, High grip|
|Hub Design||9 Turbine Spokes|
|Best performance with spacers||10.05 +/-0.2mm|
Price Value QualityDale Christoffersenon 9/24/2018Blue magic wheels are a nice rolling wheel on the road, everything feel so smooth. The track I was on was a pretty rough track but with these wheels you couldn’t tell. The grip was there the whole time and I didn’t feel like I would be slipping while on them in the sharp corner.
On the track the grip felt amazing and I was stuck to the corner, when it came to coming out of the Corning the wheels had a nice amount of rebound that would give you some extra pop. The roll was great I felt like I was gliding and didn’t have to do much work.
Value Quality PriceHidejion 5/23/2018Blue magic is good for Japanese skater.
Japan Champ skater test it, the skater use 20.000m and 10.000m, he win both and he lap all other skater.
Women skater‘s impression is good too. Our team junior skater use it sprint and win too. Blue Magic wheel is good for we Japanese lightweight skater.