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It's 40 degrees, dark, and raining...

A Perfect Night for Rollerskiing

Wed, Oct 29, 2003 - By Mike Muha

Ya, it's yucky outside. With the end of Daylight Savings Time this past weekend, it's pretty much dark when I get out of work now. And tonight it's raining and not particularly warm. But it's a perfect night to train.

Flatbeiner skied at a torrid pace

Mon, Oct 27, 2003

With temps in the forties, the wind from WNW, and V2 Aeros the roller of choice for the day...

Two more miles of pavement on the Leelanau Trail

Thu, Oct 23, 2003

The Leelanau Trail is now blacktopped two more miles north up to Lakeview Road. Rollerskiers take note!

Flatbeiner Rollerski Tour: 44 miles or LESS!

Mon, Oct 20, 2003

Rollerski this Sunday (Oct 26) with the Grand Rapids Nordic Ski Team on their 44 mile round trip adventure on the Hart-Montague Trail. (You don't HAVE to do the whole 44 miles...)

TART trail paving

Mon, Oct 6, 2003

TART Trails is paving two more miles of the Leelanau Trail!

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.

Rollerskiing with GRNST

Wrap-Up: The 44 Mile Flatbeiner

Mon, Nov 4, 2002 - By Ernie Brumbaugh

Seven hearty skiers began the Flatbeiner, a 44-mile rollerski training session / tour hosted by the Grand Rapids Nordic Ski Team on the Hart-Montague rails to trails.

Rollerski and Inline Skate on the Michigan Trailway System

Sat, Oct 26, 2002 - By Mike Muha

The 1993 Michigan Trailways legislation calls for a statewide systems of land corridors passing through Michigan's communities & countryside, featuring broad, smooth-surfaced trails for multiple use activities.

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.

Rollerskiing from Boyne Mountain to East Jordan

Tue, Jul 9, 2002 - By Mike Muha

This route is on the open road, pretty long (22 miles), has a couple of steep downhills (you need Speed Reducers), three long uphills, and has occasional rough or rocky pavement

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