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Old March 15th, 2017, 06:58 AM   #1821
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I forgot to include my ice skates. I also do a bit of recreational ice skating, and I have an old pair of beat up skates from the consignment shop.
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Old March 18th, 2017, 04:46 PM   #1822
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Just signed up. Hi, my name is Kurt. I did a lot of inline fitness skating in the 90's in Little Rock but put my skates up when the kids were born. Last spring, when my daughter took her Penny board out for a spin I decided to get the old K2's down from the attic and roll around the driveway. She laughed and asked, "dad! who does that?". Since that day I was addicted...again.

In June I bought a pair of Seba High Lights for the driveway and neighborhood roads. The 80mm wheels in the short AL frame compared to the K2's longer polymer frame - WOW! When I felt confident, I hit the local trails - Tucker Creek trail in Conway and the River Trail(s) in Little Rock.

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