|Slightly off topic: Any roller skiers out there?||zero85ZEN|
Oct 26, 2003 6:53 AM
|Just curious. I've skated on snow for years but just got a pair of V2 Aero 125's. Great roller skies. Fun to ski without having to wait for snow. Great change of pace from riding the trainer as well.|
|I like to beat those guys with a stick||LC|
Oct 26, 2003 8:21 AM
|Had some guy just plow right into me. They need to invent some brakes that actually work for those stupid things.|
Oct 26, 2003 1:02 PM
|Roller "skies"? I thought you were talking about skis. (nm)||Kerry Irons|
Oct 26, 2003 3:40 PM
|He probably just typed it up quick, jackass. (nm)||spankdoggie|
Oct 26, 2003 8:03 PM
|Roller "skies"? I thought you were talking about skis. (nm)||zero85ZEN|
Oct 27, 2003 5:22 AM
|Good one. You caught my typo. Are you an editor for a major publishing house? Maybe you could be.|
|Roller "skies"? I thought you were talking about skis. (nm)||spankdoggie|
Oct 27, 2003 7:34 PM
|No he is not an editor. The jackass typed Roller "skies"?...
He put the question mark outside of the quotes... So he is probably just a first year English student, zero...
|re: Slightly off topic: Any roller skiers out there?||Geardaddy|
Oct 27, 2003 7:23 AM
|OK. This is definitely not the place to get into a roller skiing discussion. It seems to me that the vast majority on this board don't live in an environment where X-C skiing is even a blip on the radar. However, I do (i.e. Minnesota) and I agree it is a great change of pace. Kicks butt on riding a trainer too.
Hey, if you're in the upper Midwest, you should check out http://www.skinnyski.com.
|re: Slightly off topic: Any roller skiers out there?||wilki5|
Oct 27, 2003 8:10 AM
|In the process of making them right now. Picked up some classics at a ski swap and I am building a skating pair with the design that was posted on xcskiworld.com. Can't wait to try them, especially since there's snow in the hills and ski seasons fast approaching.|| |