The popularity of inline skating has exploded in Ontario in the past few years. Everywhere you turn, there are inline skaters of all ages, out there for the exercise, travelling to work or school, or skating just for the fun of it. With this explosion has come increased legislation to prohibit skating on urban streets. The Southern Ontario Inline Skating Guide rolls to the rescue with maps and trail descriptions for thirty trails throughout Southern Ontario. This compact, easy-to-use guide provides skaters, from novice to expert, with safe, scenic, legal alternatives to our already busy streets and sidewalks.You should always remove the liner and air it out after a skate. Wheels Of all inline skate components, wheels have the greatest effect on performance. Wheels come in different shapes and sizes, made to suit different types of skating . They areanbsp;...
|Title||:||Southern Ontario In-Line Skating Guide|
|Author||:||Mike Seca, Ronald J. Seca|
|Publisher||:||Erin, Ont. : Boston Mills Press - 1995|