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Sharpen Your Rollerski Ferrules with a Dremel

Wed, Apr 5, 2006 - By Veit Schenk

Something I find really useful for sharpening rollerski ferrules is a Dremel with a diamond-disc. The diamond disc cuts through the ferrule tips like butter. And you can take the Dremel with you on holidays!

Save some money

Reuse Old Bearings in New 100mm Rollerski Wheels

Sun, Sep 18, 2005 - By Mike Muha

You can buy 100mm replacement wheels with or without bearings. Buying without bearings - and reusing your existing bearings - can save you 25% of the purchase costs.

Do it yourself

Make Your Own Rollerski Fenders

Mon, Sep 29, 2003 - By Randy Kessler

I've been skiing on the V2 Aero for 2 years now. Love everything about them except...water from the rear wheel during wet conditions comes onto the back of my leg and fills my boots up very quickly.

Changing Tires on the Jenex V2 Aero 125SR

Sun, Sep 28, 2003 - By Marsh Jones

Putting together the Jenex Aero 125SR wheels isn't rocket science, in fact it's more like working on a bicycle wheel.

The Practical Rollerskier

Sharp Roller Ferrules Make for Better Skiing, Part 2

Mon, Sep 9, 2002 - By Mike Muha

Although diamond files work for sharpenning rollerski ferrules, nothing beats a grinder with silicon carbide grinding wheel.

The Practical Rollerskier

Sharp Roller Ferrules Make for Better Skiing, Part 1

Tue, Aug 27, 2002 - By Mike Muha

Dull roller ferrules slip, and slipping poles cause blisters, poor technique, and even an occasional fall if you're really hammering. Here's how to sharpen your poles.

Competitive Advantage: Rollerskiing at Night

Thu, Dec 20, 2001 - By Mike Muha

Just because it's dark after work doesn't mean I can't train outside. School teachers get out early enough to train while there's light. If I don't get out in the dark, I'm giving those teachers an advantage when racing season begins.

Creative ways to get that long climb, without killing yourself getting back dow

Sat, Nov 24, 2001 - By Mike Muha

Want to climb that long hill on your rollerskis, but afraid of killing yourself on the way back done? Put your spouse, significant other, or friend to work.