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Inline skating is an amazing hobby, as it gets you fit, gets you meeting new people and gives you confidence and some great tricks to impress friends!
You can go and buy some skates yourself and just practice around your local park or a car park, as long as the car park owners don’t mind.
Sometimes paths can be a bit too bumpy to practice on, or they can have fallen leaves or twigs that get in the way. When you’re on skates, you really feel even little stones that you ride over, that you wouldn’t ordinarily feel at all!
You should also be careful as mud, sand, and grit can damage the bearings of your skates, so try not to go anywhere too wet or dirty.
Buy the Best Skates You Can
When you are buying skates you need to think about what you want them for – for example performing tricks or skating long distances, or skating really fast.
Skates for tricks have a grind plate often, for doing tricks like grinding or sliding along a rail. They also have small wheels for a tight turning circle.
Speed skating models will have bigger wheels for getting around faster. You can’t easily do jumps or tricks on them, but you’ll find out if you have a race which ones are going to win!
Skating can be very practical for a short daily commute. If your workplace has a shower and somewhere you can get changed it could be a good idea, as you can work up quite a sweat on a skate. It’s also quite tricky to skate in a suit or business skirt.
Skating With Others Can Be Fun!
As well as skating solo you can take lessons, in small groups or just with you and the instructor. These lessons often take place in parks.
If you don’t want to take lessons but do want to join some other skaters, you can either see where skaters usually meet to do tricks and show off, and simply join in, or you can join a large group skate.
On a sunny day in a big city, hundreds of skaters can be seen streaming down roads together, accompanied by safety wardens and loud music. The atmosphere can be excellent, and you’ll make friends. The routes vary in the speed they go at and can be slow or tough.
Often they’ll pause for a drink at a pub, too.
Usually it’s your own responsibility to make sure you are properly protected and skating safely. But if you’ve had a skate accident and you think it is not your fault, then give us a call.
We’ll be happy to talk about your non fault claim in Rhondda Cynon Taf and we offer a ‘no win, no fee’ service.
Your non fault claim in Rhondda Cynon Taf could win you hundreds or thousands of pounds, so call us today on 0800 689 0500 from a land line or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 3rd October 2014
Author: Louise Thacker