All-Terrain Skiing System

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The Race-n-Roll All-Terrain Skiing System (US Patent 10,441,872 B2) makes staying in shape all summer a lot of fun! Similar “Grass Ski" products have limitations with shorter lengths that offer less stability on the slope. Other products require a skating motion to change directions and do not flex or have a mechanism to create a turning arc when you tip the edges. The mounts are removable and can be used with most skis. The cork protection layer does not damage your skis, there is no drilling, and there is even an optional mount for extra wide skis.

Join the Race-n-Roll Revolution!

 

INCLUDES: 

 * Race-n-Roll Patented Removable Wheel Mounts with cork plate covering for 1 pair of skis (skis and boots not included). 

 * I-Wonder CloudWheels High elastic foam material is added to the wheels, which are evenly distributed, cushioning and absorbing shocks from asphalt and off-road terrains. 

 * Race-n-Roll Street Race 114mm custom trucks. 

 * Equipped with ABEC 9 bearings and bearing spacers. 

 * Race-n-Roll Ski Poles featuring AVID FR-5 mountain bike brake lever and a hyper-slick stainless disc brake wire. 

 * Teflon Braking Bar Assembly with necessary clamps and retaining springs.

 

Race-n-Roll ski mounting instructions

 

Adjusting your Race-n-Roll removable wheel mounts

 

REMEMBER You should never use your Race-n-Roll training system in the rain. The slick wheels will lose traction and the distance for a complete stop will increase with the slightest moisture on the road. Similar to skateboarding, Roller Ski Training is a dangerous sport and could result in serious injury or death. Train within your ability. Always wear a helmet and proper safety gear. Follow traffic and pedestrian safety rules. Use at your own risk. 

For more safety tips visit: skateboardsafety.org

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