Ace Trucks are particularly characterized by their steering behavior. Thanks to the special geometry, the trucks react extremely quickly, making even the tightest turns no longer a problem. When the Ace brand was founded in 2007, it was initially particularly popular with pool and ramp skaters. Meanwhile, however, more and more street skaters appreciate the excellent turning behavior. The design, as well as the geometry, are modeled on the Independent Stage 3 truck, which for many represented the perfect skateboard truck. Founder Joey Tershay wanted to start at the Stage 3 and bring a product to the market that convinces with excellent steering behavior, design and durability. Of course, minor changes were made and the trucks were further optimized over the years.
With the introduction of the new AF1 trucks, Ace Trucks has succeeded in combining technical finesse with classic design. The AF1 is available in all standard widths and has some special features, such as an extra thread cutting nut, with which you can easily and quickly recut the thread of your axle pins. Improved bushings and a new baseplate makes the AF1 excellent all terrain trucks, which make a good performance on the street, as well as in any transition.
The Ace Team includes not only die-hard transition skateboarders like John Cardiel, Julien Stranger or Raven Tershy, but also many new generation street skaters. Team riders like Jacopo Carozzi, Brian Delatorre or Deedz round off the Ace Team perfectly and make it one of the best all-round teams ever.