In-line Skating

In-line Skating Inline skates usually have 2 to 5 Polyurethane Wheels, arranged in a single line. The in-line design allows for greater speed than Rollerskates and better maneuverability. The in-line wheels coupled with boots designed for skating of various obstacles Inline-skating is practiced and performed using inline skates designed for race tracks, skate parks, Urban areas, and off-road.
 
Aggressive skating is also often referred to by participants as rollerblading, blading or rolling and includes a variety of grinds, airs, slides and other advanced skating maneuvers.
 
Free skating, also known as urban skating or free riding, includes many tricks such as jumps, slides, and grinds.
Freestyle skating is a inline skating performed on flatland and refers collectively to the disciplines for which competitions are organized by the International Freestyle Skaters Association.

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