Published at Tuesday, 21 August 2018. Inline Skates. By Yesenia Newton.
As you get more and more into your skating, you will learn more advanced maintenance, you'll learn to fix problems and do upgrades to your inline skates, but in the meantime, there are a few things you should start with to keep your skates in top condition, like rotate the wheels, clean the bearings and tighten the screws.
If your needs have changed and you'd like a different set of inline wheels, you will first need to check the instruction manual that came with your original purchase. The manufacturer of your rollerblades will recommend, what the minimum and the maximum sizes for your inline skate wheels are that your rollerblades are capable of handling safely. If you are allowed to change the size for your replacement inline skate wheels, bear in mind that bigger wheels are tougher to skate with. If you prefer to gain greater speed, slimmer inline skate wheels will work more effectively for you.
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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