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WNS (Wednesday Night Skate) - New York NY / WNS 2010 - Video
« on: August 11, 2016, 10:02:56 PM »

WNS (Wednesday Night Skate) - New York NY / WNS 2011 - Video
« on: August 11, 2016, 09:53:12 PM »
Going back a ways...

Skate Gear / Used Skates? Try this.
« on: August 11, 2016, 07:06:30 PM »
If you have not been to this URL, then it's been there for years.


Also, TheSkateNowShop.com has a used page. Check them out too!

Beginner Skate Help/Advice/Tips / Skate Lessons - Anywhere
« on: August 11, 2016, 06:20:26 PM »
If you are looking for skate lessons in your area, use this site and link: http://www.skateia.org/instructors/

They are insured!

Skate Baltimore / Skate Baltimore 2016 Schedule!
« on: August 11, 2016, 06:02:18 PM »
Need the details of Baltimore's 2016 skate? It's hosted by the WAR club. http://www.skatedc.org/calendar/skatebaltimore

Skate Schedule:
Skates will start and end at the hotel and leave promptly. Allow plenty of time to park and get there to be sure you don't miss it!

Friday, Aug 12, 2016

3:00pm  Gathering at hotel
3:30pm  "Nice to Meet You, Hon" Skate
In this first skate of the 2016 Baltimore Skate Weekend we will tour around the Inner Harbor in a clockwise direction. It promises to be a scenic skate and we will never be far away from the water. Surfaces will vary from wonderfully smooth blacktop and concrete to less wonderfully smooth bricks, wooden planking, and cobblestones.
We will be taking the FREE water taxi from Canton Waterfront Park to Tide Point and to board this boat YOU MUST HAVE FOOTWEAR OTHER THAN SKATES.
Route: Easy 2 hours 8 miles Click here for the route map
Led by: David

7:00pm  Gathering at hotel
7:30pm  Friday Night Skate
Skate downtown Baltimore, with the midpoint stop at the Peabody Heights Brewery tasting room.  We'll see some history while skating the bricks of Old Town Mall, seeing the repurposed historic American Brewery.  We'll skate gently downhill through Clifton Park, and run through Patterson Park.  We'll stop to see Charm City Skate Park before a soft ending in Fells Point, for pizza and beer at BOP.
Route: Intermediate 2.5 hours (includes 30 min beer stop) 13 miles Click here for the route map
Led by: David

Saturday, Aug 13, 2016

9:45am  Gathering at hotel
10am  Saturday Morning Skate:
Route: A reprise of the Falls-to-Falls skate from 2014.  Enjoy a lovely off-street trail with nice pavement, following a babbling creek to a waterfall, skate up through the city and around druid hill park.  Return back through the city along Jones Falls.
Route: Advanced 3 hours 15 miles Route map (to be updated with this year's hotel)
Led by: Christophe

2:30pm  Gathering at hotel
3pm  Saturday Afternoon Skate
Route: This 15 mile skate begins at the hotel, then travels down S. Charles Street, on our way to Fort McHenry. From the fort we will travel past Tide Point, on our way to the Inner Harbor. We will skate along the harbor, through Canton, to reach Patterson Park, after which, we will head back to the hotel.  Only a few small hills.
Route: Intermediate 15 miles    Route link
Led by: Chris

Sunday, Aug 16, 2016

8:45am(TBD) Gathering at hotel
9am-11am (TBD) Sunday Morning Skate

Route: TBD
Led by: TBD

Landskaters - Philadelphia PA / About the Landskaters - Philadelphia
« on: August 11, 2016, 05:29:22 PM »
The Philadelphia Landskaters are one of the longest running clubs.  They skate all year but advertise skating April through October.

They have set skates throughout the week such as Tuesday and Sunday. However they use a listserve (https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/landskaters/info) to keep each other informed of any last minute changes due to weather or events in Philly that affect how and where they can meet up.

With nothing impacting their schedule they meet at the Philly Art Museum.  Learn more at http://Landskaters.org

Sunday Recreational Roll:

10am - 12pm
Departs behind City Skate on the last Sunday of each month
April through September and as scheduled.

Entry level skate (6-8 miles)
Helmets required, pads and wristguards strongly recommended.
Please be able to skate in control and brake.
Sunday City Skate:

Every Sunday, April through October.

Intermediate level skate (10-12 miles)
Meet at the bottom of the stairs in front of the Art Museum
Brisk but casual pace allows for socializing.
Tuesday Night City Skate

Every Tuesday April through October.

Advanced Skaters Only! (12-16 miles)
Meet at the top of the stairs in front of the Art Museum
Fast pace appropriate for experienced skaters

Skate Gear / Skate Wheels
« on: August 11, 2016, 05:17:35 PM »
Sure some of skate on all types of skates with different size wheels. But what do you favor or use most?

Skate Gear / Asphalt Beach in Tennessee
« on: August 11, 2016, 05:01:17 PM »
Go figure. Nashville has an amazing store for skaters! The owner Steve is truly amazing. If you want someone to foster your growth and help you get into the right gear, call there. 615-228-1105. Tell him Lars says hello.

AsphaltBeach.com http://www.AsphaltBeach.com

Skate Gear / Skate Now Skate Shop in Utah
« on: August 11, 2016, 04:58:48 PM »
I've personally bought gear for years from Kim and Eric from Skate Now.  http://www.TheSkateNowShop.com

They have a solid catalog of products on their website but also have a shop if you are around the Salt Lake City Utah area.

Recreational Skating / Skater's Quest
« on: August 11, 2016, 04:52:57 PM »
If you are in the Baltimore/DC/Virginia metro area, check out SkatersQuest.com for instruction.   http://www.skatersquest.com/

Skate of the Union / Skate of the Union Deets
« on: August 11, 2016, 04:47:40 PM »
Skate of the Union is located at: http://www.skateoftheunion.org/

Skate of the Union is for all types of skaters, from inline and quad to skateboarders with clinics and races.

It's held annually in July in the Washington DC area.

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