Group Skate Toronto -With Shop Task
from Bill Stoppard Skating BSS on 31 Jul 2019
Inline Group Skate In Toronto, along the shores of Lake Ontario. This Rollerblading event was was organized and led by Eric Burrow of Shop Task Toronto https://www.shop-task.com/pages/toronto
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from Kazu on 31 Jul 2019
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Kizer Element II frames – Bowl lines with Chris Calkins
from Kizer Frames on 31 Jul 2019
Kizer Element II aluminum UFS frames – Bowl lines with Chris Calkins – California skatepark lines for days from Chris Calkins on his new 68-60-60-68 Kizer Element II flat setup.
filmed by Joey Lunger
edit by Jeremy Soderburg
Location- Houghton Park – Long Beach, California
6061 extruded AL body
casted AL interchangeable grindblock
260mm wheel base
1-piece steel axles
KIZER ELEMENT II frame – 800315
The KIZER ELEMENT II is the latest addtion to the Kizer frame family. It is completely made out of aluminum for maximum energy transfer and designed specifically for high speed park or bowl skating and coping grinds. The UFS frame body has an extruded profile and has been CNC manufactured to perfection. The frame will take a maximum flat set up wheel size of 68mm-60mm-60mm-68mm. For a flat setup it will also take a 64-56-56-64 setup and of course other various antirocker options. Due to the frame being built super low for enhanced stability. It’s possible that the front and rear wheels could touch your soulplate, so check before and if necessary grind some material off the central channel of your soul plate to create ‘Wheel wells’. This design allows your skate setup to feel as close as possible to the ground, providing a lower center of gravity giving you the best balance for all your tricks. The wheels are fixed with single steel axles and have integrated CNC bearing bosses. The interchangeable grindblock is made out of casted aluminum and wraps perfectly around the wheels to help prevent any wheel bites. The groove is perfectly shaped to lock on to all your grinds straight out the box. To create the lighest weight aluminum frame, the excess material has been cut off and recess lines on top and side have been added.
Navy 80s – Nick Lomax X Powerslide Next skates
from Powerslide Inline skates on 31 Jul 2019
Tricks on lock in a true Mancunian accent, Nick Lomax lowers his Next Navy boots with Trinity 4x80mm to maximize the stunt level.
Powerslide Next Navy 125 – A superskate with a touch of elegance.
The new Next 125 skate shows up in a noble navy blue and is the perfect combination of performance and comfort. The heat moldable MYFIT Recall Dual Fit liner with its memory fit padding provides this little bit of extra comfort that makes you feel great from the very first stride and wants to let you skate longer with more pleasure. The boot offers plenty of unique custom options. Adjust the cuff height or cant the cuff, get more forward flex by cutting the wings of the shell, adjust the length of your cuff wing if needed or check out one of several lacing options to either get more flex and more support when skating. Feel the power that want to be released. Powerslide 125mm Infinity wheels paired with Wicked ABEC 9 bearings let you fly over the asphalt. The 255mm Elite casted and CNC machined aluminum frame delivers an incredible stable and smooth ride on a straight way as well as in corners. Turn up a gear and unleash the full potential of the Next Navy 125.
Navy 80s – Nick Lomax X Powerslide Next skates – 908334
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ROEX Reviews: Gawds Michel Prado promodel.
from ROEX Roller Outlet – Tienda de Patines on 31 Jul 2019
Hoy es una ocasión especial por 2 razones!!
1o El review del producto de hoy lo ha hecho Michel Prado y ha analizado su propio ProModel, fabricado por GAWDS.
2o Porque vamos a SORTEAR un par de Patines GAWDS Michel Prado entre nuestros seguidores.Para partizipar debes:
– SUSCRIBIRTE al canal de ROEX en Youtube.
– Opinar en la ENCUESTA de la seccion Comunidad. (https://www.youtube.com/user/RoexBCN/community?view_as=subscriber)
– COMENTAR este video, todas las veces que quieras.
El día 20 de Agosto diremos el nombre del ganador. (Sorteo valido para toda Europa, se enviará la talla que el ganador solicite)
Signado por: David🤲🏼
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