Published at Tuesday, 21 August 2018. Inline Skates. By Yesenia Newton.
Once you've decided to start inline skating, and you've purchased a good pair of inline skates you have to learn how to maintain and care for them. If you want your skates to take care of you, you have to take good care of your skates. You should get into the habit of cleaning them and keeping them safe so they will last a long time. Having a well cared for pair of skates will also help you in your performance.
Buying your replacement rollerblade wheels from a specialist may seem more expensive at first, than buying a second hand set from somebody who's no longer interested in using their rollerblades, but using a specialist will pay off in the long run. You will not only save money by buying the most appropriate inline wheels for your needs, you will also buy a set of rollerblade wheels catering for the future.
If speed is what you care about, your rollerblades will need bigger replacement inline wheels. Sizes for inline skate wheels vary in measurement from 45 millimetres all the way up to 125 millimetres. If you are comfortable with the size of wheels that came fitted to your original purchase of rollerblades, then you are advised to buy a replacement with the same measurement of inline wheel.
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