Published at Tuesday, 21 August 2018. Inline Skates. By Andrea Mccormick.
You also need to consider the size of the wheel. They come in sizes from 44mm to 110mm. I would recommend a beginning child skater to keep the size 70mm or smaller. If you are into racing, you should pick a wheel 90mm to 100mm. If you just want to enjoy recreational skating, a size 72-76mm would work. Roller hockey or aggressive skaters sometimes pick a slightly smaller wheel, but many still want them about 70mm.
Last but certainly not least, you will need to take into consideration your budget. There are inline skates available at a wide variety of price ranges. However, in order to get a good quality pair, you'll probably need to spend somewhere in the neighborhood of at least $50.00 to $100.00. While this may seem a bit pricey, it's definitely a worthwhile investment in your health. It's also much cheaper than the cost of many other pieces of fitness equipment, and it's definitely less expensive than an annual gym membership! While you may be tempted to purchase a cheaper pair, I'd like to encourage you not to do this. While it may save you money, it's truly worth it in the long run to spend a little more, as this will provide you with a much better quality skating experience.
Before and after you go skating, take a few minutes to wipe down your bearings and rotate your wheels. You also need to check your spacers and your brake system. If you turn this into a routine, you'll have a safe and fun experience every time you go out on the trail.
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