What is the top speed of roller skates?
In Top Speeds
depends if its downhill or on flat surface. I just watched a video that the skater went over 90km/h down a slight incline.
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\n. \nA young artist named Griesel, with the following biography, "Grisel was born and raised in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois. Her time as a teenager was spent commuting to Hyde Park's Kenwood Academy, where she was an awarded fine artist, and learning from Chicago artists in …clubs in Pilsen, Wicker Park and Bucktown. As an adult, she earned a B.A. in journalism and established herself as a journalist at Extra Bilingual Community Newspapers. She earned her master of education degree from The University of Illinois at Chicago, where she taught language arts and research writing to high school students. "\n. \nwrote the following lyrics to this song:\n"At the Axel Roller Rink \nThe wheels were spinning, were spinning \nBreeze hitting our faces tasted of winning, of winning \nBut with all the spinning 'round \nThe dizziness was bound \nTo make us come down, down "\n. \nFound at website: Louderarts.com\n. \n. \n Answer \n. \nI have no clue as to what the first so-called answer is supposed to mean. Anyway, The Axel Roller Rink (or Axle) was located in Norridge on Harlem Avenue at about Montrose (4400 N). When viewing from Harlem Ave The Norridge Theater is set far back on the lot to the right and the Axel was close to Harlem and on the left. The building still stands but now houses several retail stores in the front and a childrens pizza place on the side where the main entrance to the floor used be. \n. \n Answer \n. \nThere was also an Axel Roller Rink in DesPlaines or Niles just north of Golf Road on Milwaukee Avenue. It was very popular in the mid and Late 1970s and closed sometime in the early 1980s. The building is still there and has housed a SYMS clothing store for more 15 years.\n. \n Answer \n. \nIt closed in the fall of 1985.\n. \n. \n Answer \n. \nThe one in Norridge was previously known as the Hub Roller Rink. We used to go there in the 50's for fun on a Friday or Saturday, and to pick up girls.\n. \n Answer \n. \nMy grandmother and grand uncle taught me to skate at the Norridge location in the very early 1970's. \n. \nOn Thursday Nights they had family skates that were so much fun.\n. \nIt was so colorful and exciting to see the people and skate to the Organ. There was a multi-colored sign that lit up to show what kind if skate it was. (Group, couples, fox-trot, free skate..)\n. \nThe Axel was my favorite place as a kid. The last time I was there I rang in New Years 1984. The years had changed it from a delightful family place of days gone by, to a Disco Haven, but never as much of a Disco Haven as Rainbo became....\n. \n Answer \n. \nThe same company, M&R Amusement owned three rinks. All were called The Axle. \n. \nAddresses: \nIn Countryside, on Route 66, just east of LaGrange Road \nIn Norridge, 4510 N. Harlem. Phone 453-3114 formerly The Hub - for much info on this rink visit the related link \nIn Niles, on Milwaukee Avenue north of Golf Rd. Phone 297-7030 ( Full Answer )
In 1743,in London there was a strange preformence with the first ever shoe with wheels!
James Plimpton invented the roller skates with 4 wheels. He was a great man. He had a brother and one sister. The place where the first roller skating rink was in a hotel dining room.
you have to stand on one of your toestops and then push the other foot forwards and just move one foot at a time but don't use the toestop!! If you want to skate round a corner, not a sharp corner, as you are skating cross one foot over the other but the foot on the outside crosses over the foot t…hat's on the inside then keep doing that until you get to a straight bit. ( Full Answer )
Rollerskating season is February-Mid November. This is due to many sports take a break or the season ends around the end and the start of the year, however, if skater wants to have a break, they can do whenever they want.
Who first started roller skating is an unknown man from theNetherlands. He made a pair of skates but with wooden wheels in the18th century.
A man decided to attach wheels to as plate to the soles of his shoes. He then went to a ball in them and the wheels weren't securely fastened and he skated right into the wall, true story.
Is creatine monohydrate is safe for a boy of 10 years who wants to enhance his speed and stamina in speed quad roller skating?
Personally, I think that the only way to truly enhance things about you is to do it naturally. Maybe chemicals and things help, but the beside the way to do it is all natural.
S creatine monohydrate is safe for a boy of 10 years who wants to enhance his speed and stamina in speed quad roller skating?
Personally, I believe tht no one needs extra chemicals to help them perform. It just takes determination and hard work, and you will receive what you desire.
Roller skating can keep you fit if you do it regularly. I am a roller skater and I have not been in better shape and I have now met great people at our rink and I now compete with them. We all get along in our club!!
you need an Allen wrench(s) or screw driver(s) to take the screws out, then you need a bearing pusher tool that can take out the bearings to put them on the new wheel there are many tools to do that i suggest the kryptonics one tool because it has the parts to do all of that
If modern inline speed skates are compared to modern quad skates, the former are faster, in part due to the difference in wheel size. Modern inline skates use 100 - 110 mm wheels, which roll much smoother than the smaller 62 mm wheels on quad skates, and therefore the skater loses less energy. In… the Berlin Skate Marathon, which is open to both inline and quad skaters, very few skaters use quads - and the elite and fastest recreational skaters all use inline skates. ( Full Answer )
Back in the late 1700s some people used to ice skate from place to place when there was ice. If there was no ice, they wanted a way to get around. I believe they called themselves the Skeelers.
First of all, the exersion of energy affects you. Also the vibration against the pavement adds extra movements in your joints which contributes to the losss of energy.
No, they're not the same. If you're roller skating or roller blading, you have a boot with buckles on it, and you have wheels on the bottom of the boot. You use them on land. If you're ice skating, you have a half-shoe, half-boot that's either white or tan colored (for the girls) and usually black (…for the boys). There aren't any buckles on ice skates, there are shoelaces. On the bottom, there are blades, not wheels. You use these kind of skates on ice, not on land. ( Full Answer )
roller skates normally cost the size that it is, if its for children it will maybe cost a little number, and for adults it would cost about a middle number.
No, but you can be happy if you've a mind to. (this was an old song from the 1960's)
i have to say that i dont no if there is an actual world record, thougt i am trying to find out my self. because i have manage 85mph behind a car and then free wheel down a hill to a very gradual stop. most say good adrenalin rush. firstname.lastname@example.org. regards. Jez
To get your pink roller skates go to Bearville Outfitters and click 'rides' the roller skates will be the first one on the page. They cost 5 store credits if you haven't got any, buy something on the website or go to the shop and every item is worth 1 store credit or bears are a few - sorry cant rem…ember actual number- and use the code to receive your credits on your account once done you click buy :) WELL DONE you are now an owner of pink roller skates :D FYI, they were 1 sc for a short period of time -was a glitch ( Full Answer )
If you are referring to Quads no. In-lines are faster than Quads, and they're easier. I have been skating every Friday, from 7-10 for a year now at my local Roller Skating Rink and I had allot of trouble with Quads. I always fell, but In-lines are the easiest and fastest skates. Especially if you ha…ve good wheels. ( Full Answer )
John Merlin, the inventor, wanted to make an entrance to a costume party while playing his violin. He lost control without brakes and flew into a mirror.
The maximum speed of Kinda Ka is 128 mph. iIt takes 3.5 seconds to go from 0mph to 128 mph.
Roller Skates were invented so that one could more quickly get from A to B without exerting too much energy or using too much fuel doing it other ways. They were really needed for some who in cold weather would ice skate from one place to another. But they needed a way to do it when there wasnt ice.… ( Full Answer )
I used to play roller-hockey. I was always told that if you could skate in in-line skates you could ice skate. The balance and weight distribution is the same.
Very much so. When roller skating, you move almost exactly the same as you would on ice.
Olympic speed skaters skate 500m, which is considered an all out sprint, in about 35 seconds. This means they are traveling one Kilometer in 70 seconds, with top speeds of over 40 miles per hour.. Olympic speed skaters skate 500m, which is considered an all out sprint, in about 35 seconds. This mea…ns they are traveling one Kilometer in 70 seconds, with top speeds of over 40 miles per hour. 36.80 MPH ( Full Answer )
The art performed in ARTistic rollerskating is how the skater moves to show grace or skills. It is exactly like figure skating, just slightly harder because of the momentum you have to control. Roller skates are heavier which makes it harder. It is an art itself. the way the skater moves and jumps a…nd dances on there skates is the art itself. ( Full Answer )
Roller skates are very popular to this day... Although I bet you that people decided to stay indoors in the winter, rather than go rollerskating somewhere nearby... They probably thought- "Wouldn't it be cool if we could roller-skate on ice?" And vola! Ice-skates were born! Kinda a pathetic… answer but hey! Hoped it helped! ( Full Answer )
I guess if you took off the blade and put on wheels you could but you cannot roller skate in ice skates
This would like depend on the speed you are going. Generally, riding a bicycle would be faster than inline skating. However, if you are an expert speed skater who has never riden a bike, then skating would likely be faster.
Generally, there are two main kinds of roller skates: in-lines and quads. In-lines are made for speed, and quads are made for performing tricks. There are several classifications of skates: One kind of skates are 'aggressive' skates. These have hard boots and small wheels. These are used for d…angerous stunts such as hand rail slides or stair jumps. Generally, only extremely advanced skaters use these skates. On the other hand, 'recreational skates' are generally used for beginners. They are built for comfort and durability. These are often confused with 'fitness' skates, which are reserved for those who Rollerblade often. There is another group of skates, called 'speed' skates. Their design varies, but they are generally used for sports. ( Full Answer )
Yes- your body has friction with the air, and the wheels have friction with the floor.
Generally the manufactuering of any item may cause issues for the environment. But many companies are trying to do things to offset any negative affects to the environment such as using recycled materials or generating their own electricity.
Going from A to B. Getting exercise. Transportation that doesn't use gas or electricity. Doing tricks, competitions, roller derby, or just at a roller rink for recreation.
Yes there is such a thing as professional Roller skating. I my self do it and if you don't want to hurt your self by doing jumps there is dance which is were you just skate around the floor doing foot work, or you can do show skate and that is were you do tiny jumps and lots of spins and foot work s…o yes there is professional roller skating because lots of us go to competitions. :) ( Full Answer )
Rubber wheels provide a more comfortable ride since they absorb some of the vibration from the surface. They also provide more grip.
How will different surfaces affect the speed of a roller skate from rolling down on an incline plane?
It's best to look at extreme situations to work this out. A pile of bricks could be skated down if you had very small bricks or very large rollers which couldn't get stuck between the bricks. In other words, a rough surface will slow down the skates. Also, suppose you painted the inclined plane with… a good sticky glue. That might make it very hard to get down the slope if it wasn't very steep. You'd have to keep lifting the skates to get them unstuck. In other words, stickiness of an inclined plane would affect the speed. The answer is ROUGHNESS and STICKINESS. Scientists call that the FRICTION FORCE which stops things rolling or sliding on surfaces. ( Full Answer )
It depends on its roughness of the surface. The roughness on the surfaces will tell you how much friction will be acting. It is believed that the friction is caused by the interaction of the particles at sub-atomic level. The greater the interaction between the particles, the greater the friction. T…he more rough the surface, the less area will interact with both surfaces. Different surfaces, will have different friction coefficients, which decide if the roller skate will slip or not slip. ( Full Answer )
No. You can't but on Figure Skates you can get wheels put on themand then you will have Roller Skates
It is a waitress who wears rollers skates and delivers food to customers that way.
Some skates have smaller wheels. These are generally on artistic style skates. I believe the idea behind it is that they have less surface area on the floor to slide better when twirling and such to be more similar to ice skating styles. They are also less likely to collide with each other and lock …up. If you don't think you like this kind, look into speed skates. They have the larger wheels and are popular right now. ( Full Answer )
no i don't think so but you can order it online at the Walmart website
The father of modern roller skating James L. Plimpton, frustrated by the roller skates available, invented a new type of roller skate that would revolutionize the sport.
wear, and roller skates/blades, helmet, knee pads, elbow pads, pillow (duck taped to front and back stomach area), leggings (under kneew pads) underwear (under or over clothing whichever you prefer), t-shirt and finally wrap oneself in bubble wrap, i hope this is useful
Roller blades are much faster and better. The roller skates are not as flexible as roller blades are. It's much safer to wear roller blades than roller skates and roller skates are likely to trip you up than roller blades. Also roller blades have more control than roller skates.
yes there are the same are involved to move the only difference is ice skating is the tiniest bit harder.
There are quad roller skates and there are inline roller skates. The different types do quad roller skates are: artistic, jam, derby, speed and rhythm.
Roller skates can be used in many places. Outdoors, roller skates can be used on side walks, walking paths and at skate parks. Indoors, roller skates can be used at roller rinks or other venues with flat floor surfaces.
Roller skates (rollerskating) is actually not safe. It could cause injuries and bruises if not safe. I would suggest wearing leg padding and arm padding or a helmet if you feel comfortable doing so.
8 km = 1 hour 4 km = 0.5 hour 16 km = 2 hours 24 km = 3 hours Answer: 24 + 4 = 28 km