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gripSPEEDER takes a new approach to inline speed skating

When it comes to inline speed skates (aka fast rollerblades), more wheels mean better grip on the road, but also more rolling resistance and thus less speed – fewer wheels mean more speed but less grip. German company funMACHINES is attempting to combine the best of both worlds, with its gripSPEEDER... Continue Reading gripSPEEDER takes a new approach to inline speed skating Category: Spor
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