July 4, 2007 - By Tom McCarthy
The Team Carbon A.R.M. is a classic rollerski. It is manufactured using some kind of high-quality carbon composite frame. The entire frame, including the wheelwells and rain guards, is a one-piece carbon construct.
May 14, 2004 - By Brian Cook
Brian's review of the Eplex F1 rollerski ran on July 27, 2003. He's had a chance
to ski on them a few months - Does he still like them?
July 27, 2003 - By Brian Cook
really love my F1s, and I think my form is better with the F1s than my previous skating
rollerskis. Here's why I decide to buy the Elpex F1...
Mon, Apr 27, 2009 - by Len Johnson
For 2009 we have redesigned the V2-XL100R composite skate rollerski and call it the V2-XL98R, as it will only be supplied with the 98 mm tires.
Tue, Nov 13, 2007 - by Tim Jones
Roller skis are nothing new. I'd tried it. Didn't like it. The tiny wheels on most roller skis didn't do very well on the rough roads of New England and northern New York. Then I tried some V2 Aeros.
Mon, Nov 28, 2005 - by Mike Muha
This is a nice rollerski for folks who want a little more stability than
found on the skinnier 22mm wide rollerskis, and who train mainly on smooth pavement.
October 19, 2004 - By James Mannion
When I saw the new brake I was intrigued. It did look to be a bit of a Rube Goldberg
contraption on the website. Marty Hall gave it the OK on Jenex's website, so I decided to give it a try.
October 16, 2004 - By Mike Muha
If you weigh less than 165, don't mind pumping up the wheels every time you ski, want wheels
that roll over just about anything, but don't need to ski on dirt roads, the 125 is a fine choice.
September 15, 2003 - By Mike Muha
To prevent tire and tube failures, Jenex recommends pumping the tires up every time you ski, that the pressure
must be 85 PSI, and that you not weigh more than 165 lbs.
September 15, 2003 - By Jim Hull
The 125's rough trail ability, low tire cost, and effective speed reducers are a winning combination.
December 18, 2002 - By Mike Muha
I recently had to replace one of my V2 Aero 150S wheels. Using a conservative estimate, that's over 800 miles or 1,300 kilometers. What
implications does this have for the total cost of ownership for a V2 Aero?
July 22, 2002 - by Mike Muha
Over the years, I've owned at least seven pairs of rollerskis of various makes and models, and I've tried numerous others. The V2 Aero skating
rollerski from Jenex comes closest to my idea of the perfect skating-only rollerski.
Dec 6, 2001 - By Mike Muha
There's quite a buzz about the Jenex V2 Aero rollerski. I haven't had an opportunity to ski a pair yet, but I have seen them used and
talked to people who own them. Here's some background and a couple stories.
Wed, Nov 19, 2008 - By Mike Muha
The Maplus Speed skate rollerski is fast and fun on the open pavement. Using an 83mm by 27mm wheel - smaller and wider than many skate rollerskis these days, the Speed flys!
Thu, Jul 14, 2005 - By Jim Howe
I have had my Marwe 610 rollerskis for about 3 weeks and I have skied about 150kms. I have found these freestyle rollerskis
simulate the real thing better than other rollerskis I have used.
Tue, Oct 3, 2006 - By Mike Muha
The model I tested, the Pursuit T6002 skate rollerski, had a snow-like feel and were
June 2, 2010 - By Mike Muha
C2 Flex are a great classic rollerski that provide
provide a unique feature: you can easily tune your ride.
These should definitely be on your short list if you
have rough pavement.
June 23, 2009 - By Mike Muha
I like the Pro-Ski C2 Classic Rollerski. It's better over the bumps than my current
rollerskis, has much better rain fenders, feels more stable, and allegedly has better wheel durability.
They could be a little lighter, but they'll do.
June 22, 2009 - By Mike Muha
If you have smooth pavement, like to go fast, or struggle with your V2 and V2-alternate, this
is the ski for you! The durable polyurethane wheels should keep to long term cost of ownership to a minimum.
Tue, Dec 19, 2006 - By Mike Muha
The S5e is the latest iteration of Pro-Ski's 100mm diameter-wheeled
skate rollerski. Many of you have read my very positive review and year
later follow-up of the Pro-Ski S3, so getting a chance to compare them
to the newer model was a treat.
June 20, 2004 - By Mike Muha
I was skiing at Forbush Corner on nicely groomed skating trails early last winter and thought to myself, "This feels just
like rollerskiing on my S3's!"
July 20, 2003 - By Mike Muha
Because the Pro-Ski S3 is a little slower than the Jenex Aero 150S but offers better stability,
almost equal ability to roll over obstacles on paved trails, fenders, and some speed control
on downhills via snowplowing, the S3 very closely matches what I look for in
a rollerski. And they're really fun to ski on!
|Ski Skett Rollerskis
September 1, 2005 - By Ben Arians
I have used a lot of classic rollerskis, and over the last several years
have found that the Ski Skett Nord classic models are light, flexible,
come in a variety of wheel speeds/durometers, and handle incredibly well.
August 14, 2004 - By Mike Muha
The Shark rolls nicely, handles the bumps, tracks well, and has a ski-like speed. Snowplowing is passable. I particularly like the lightness of
these skis! Overall, the Shark is a great alternative for people skiing on smooth to medium-rough pavement.