I just started skateboarding a few months ago and I ride an 8.25 board with 144 indy trucks, I live in England and over here transition is very rare as everyone skates street and it is rare to find a good park with bowls. I discovered nearby me there's an indoor park with a good bowl but my 53mm wheels aren't good at maintaining speed. I have gotten good at pumping and carving but I just can't maintain much speed and I see some of the other older bowl skaters riding larger wheels and they say they go faster and maintain more speed, is this true? I have a set of 58mm 100a wheels but I don't want to have to change my bearings over everytime I want to skate different terrain so I have an old pair of spitfire cheapshots which used to roll fine, the freespin on them is pretty bad however and by that I mean about less than 3 seconds each but I've read that freespin doesn't affect your speed much, is this true?