Skating wheel typeS1,rubber,compl.

$80.00

Complete skate roller ski wheel with lower roll resistance.

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  • Complete skate roller ski wheel , 1-pack
  • For Swix S1 skate roller ski
  • Swix skate roller ski wheel
  • Skate roller ski wheel with medium roll resistance

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Product information

Technical specifications

  • Product number S1-5
  • Country of origin:Lithuania
  • Gender:01NoRelevance
  • Season:All Year
  • Concept:Roadline

    FAQ

      How to maintain your roller skis

      Before starting your workout:

      • Always check that screws and bolts are tight
      • Ensure binding is secure
      • It’s a good idea to change your skis from left to right, between sessions, so you get uniform wear on the wheels

      After the session:

      • Wash your roller skis with clean water and wipe with a dry cloth after you have finished
      • Store your roller skis at room temperature
      • Store your roller skis in a bag when traveling and at the end of the season

       

      Read more here about roller ski maintenance

      How do I change wheels on my roller skis?

      The roller ski wheels are fitted with bolts that you can loosen.

      Roller ski wheels wear out gradually as you use them. It is mainly the braking that wears the wheels.

      To change wheels, loosen the bolt holding the wheel together with the roller ski.
      Fit a new wheel and reattach the bolt. Remember to tighten properly – and to preferably re-tighten after a couple of sessions. You can find roller ski wheels on our website here.

      Read more here about Roller ski maintenance

      How do I skate or use roller skis the classic way?

      We have created a guide to help you with the classic and skating technique on roller skis. Swix has roller skis for both the classic and skating technique. Swix Roadline Classic is our classic roller ski. Swix Triac Carbon Skate is our best roller ski for skating.

      How to do the classic technique on roller skis

      How to skate on roller skis

      How do I brake on roller skis?

      We have written some tips and made a small film showing how to brake on roller skis. When you brake on roller skis, whether classically or skating, you press the roller skis out to the side with the rear part of the roller ski slightly further out than the front part, a bit like plowing on normal skis.

      Braking on roller skis – How to do it



      How long should roller skis be?

      There is no rule to say how long roller skis should be, but generally a short roller ski is easy to maneuver, while a longer roller ski will be more directionally stable. This is why roller skis (Swix Triac Carbon Skate ) are shorter than roller skis classic (Swix Roadline Classic ).

      Read more here.

      Which poles do I use for roller skis?

      You can use regular ski poles for roller skis, but we have our own roller ski poles that are slightly reinforced in the bottom part.

      Roller ski poles are based on the same technology used in cross-country ski poles, but are designed to withstand more punishment and impact. Also, roller ski poles soften every stroke you make on the asphalt. Roller ski poles are therefore gentler and take better care of your body.

      Browse our selection of roller ski poles.

      Which roller ski should I buy as a beginner, for training or racing?

      Fpr skating, we have carbon roller skis (Swix Triac Carbon Skate ) for the keenest skaters, and an aluminum roller ski (Swix Roadline Skate ) for those who train actively and one for juniors.

      In classic style, we only have an aluminum roller ski (Swix Roadline Classic ) suitable for all adults.

      Read more here: Which roller skis are right for you?

      I’m new to roller skiing, where do I start?

      You can find our tips for new roller skiers here:

      Roller skiing for beginners

      Can the Triac 4.0 Aero pole be used for roller skis?

      Yes, but it is not recommended because it can be exposed to stone chips, asphalt, road verges, etc. There are special roller ski poles poles designed to withstand these kinds of impact. Here you can find Swix roller ski poles.

      If you want to use one of our cross-country ski poles, you need a special ferrule that can withstand being used on asphalt. TBS ferrules or glued ferrules.


      Why you should have your own roller ski poles

      How do I mount bindings on roller skis?

      Assembly instructions are included in the package. All our skis have pre-drilled and glued holes. You can use Salomon Prolink or Rottefella Roller binding and screw them directly onto the pre-drilled holes. Tighten well and check that the binding is completely down on the ski.

      What bindings can be used on Swix roller skis?

      Assembly instructions are included in the package. All our skis have pre-drilled and glued holes, so you can use Salomon Prolink or Rottefella Roller binding and screw them directly onto the pre-drilled holes. Tighten well and check that the binding is completely down on the ski.

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