Rollerblade


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Rollerblade

™ a type of roller skate in which the wheels are set in a single straight line under the boot
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He ends up an errand boy at a tea- stall, and soon discovers the magical sport of rollerblade skating.
Details: The recalled Rollerblade Tempest skates are high performance training or racing skates sold in a variety of color combinations.
Participants do not have to run the whole distance -- they can also walk, ride, skate or rollerblade, according to committee member Tamara Arnolda.
And to raise donations for Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, a raffle drawing featured a pair of 'Rob G.' Rollerblade skates (tagged by artist Alex Soto), and tickets to the Broadway show Lombardi.
Entrants are invited to walk, run, bicycle, skateboard, scooter or rollerblade their way round the route to raise funds for cancer research.
I don't surf, I don't rollerblade, I don't do yoga-I just go to work."
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I think he can skate or rollerblade. I hope he'd be like Ray Quinn where he'll turn out to be quite good at it."
Additional features include a red exterior, high-grade stainless steel hinge, smooth rolling rollerblade wheels and ergonomic handle.
It is also installing bike sheds for pupils, 80% of whom either bike, rollerblade or use a scooter to get to school.
Now, Rollerblade USA, Hamilton, N.J., manufacturers of the cult classic brand (and with more than 250 patented product innovations, including the proprietary ABY braking technology for controlled and practically effortless stopping), has introduced two new styles perfect for fitness or aspiring fitness lovers alike: the Crossfire 8.0 for men and the Activa 8.0 for women.
Marcus, nicknamed "Nub" because he lost part of a finger in a Rollerblade accident, lives with his younger brother Enrique and his mother.