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Old April 27th, 2008, 07:03 AM   #41
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Default the crossover video is not good so no posting it

The crossover video I've done is so bad I decided not to post it.

It turns out that there will be no crossover when using the lateralclapskates because there will be no need for that dynamic. Since one is rotating about the 'z' axis while the rack of wheels are tracking in the x y plane, the feet stay parallel to each other.

After some more time on the lateralclapskates I'll do a video of corners.

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crossovers will be easy to video. The snow around here is turning into sierra cement so it's time to skate or rather roll.
Lets see if by april if I get a video up on the net of the lateralclapskate doing crossovers. Doing crossovers will be a major mile stone in mastering these lateralclapskates.
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Old April 28th, 2008, 06:32 PM   #42
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The only good thing I can see about the skate is building balance and calf muscles.
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Old April 28th, 2008, 08:47 PM   #43
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I raced in the 2007 Napa Vly inline 42k/21k
, I raced the first 1/4 mile then survived the next 13 miles.

My first inline skate event was THE 2006 CALIFORNIA ROADSKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS
Canada Road, San Mateo, Ca.
October 29, 2006

one wheel fell off of one of my onewheelskates at the 5k mark for the next 5k I had to keep constant pressure on that skate to keep the wheel from leaving me. 90 min for 10k. I think I'm good for a pr in my next 10k.

G_d willing I hope to do some of the cora.org inline skating events this spring like the april race and then Napa Inline 42k in july.

I'm a back...way back of the pack participant of inline skate events.

The inline skating community is the friendliest group I have had the pleasure of being in the midst (end) of. In the last 30 yrs I have been a runner ( 5k 15:00 , 10k 31:00, 42k 20:29) A triathalete (worlds toughest 3 times ) Duathalite for Quintana Roo, when Dan owned it. Ride and tie (podium at world championships) xc ski racer ( elite farwest, the norskys were the tops then from UNR and Audun he was, well he was from valhalla and Odin sent him to teach us how to rethink xc ski racing.

so you guys are great, friendliest group
Be strong on your ideas. Your one wheeler could be a heck of a figure Skate kinda thing. And if not in the "Main Skating Forum" where else would you be able to show it, right. ---I still remember the grief I received the first time I showed Folks Inline skates here. I thought my friends would laugh me out of town---just prior to them buying a pair of course. New ideas often are stepping stones to other new ideas. Look ahead.--I was pleasantly surprised that they worked at all in that video. good Job.
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Old May 23rd, 2008, 08:22 PM   #44
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Default video v.2 is here right up there with children making mud pies

The following video is slow motion of slow motion so that one would be able to break down the dynamics better.

v.2 qsk8.com video

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