SWENOR ROLLERSKIS - THE WORLD'S #1 ROLLERSKI BRAND.
WHY SWENOR? BECAUSE ROLLERSKIING SHOULD REPLICATE SKIING ON SNOW!
Swenor skis are famous for their on-snow feel. They earned this reputation because Swenor engineers, in Sarpsborg, Norway, go to great lengths to develop frames, wheels and bearings that work together to make skiing on asphalt feel like skiing on snow. Swenor frames are lightweight, low and dampen harsh road vibrations. Swenor wheels run safely on precision sealed bearings and durably replicate the speed and feel of skiing on even the roughest roads.
BECAUSE ROLLERSKIING IS CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING WITHOUT SNOW
Rollerskiing is a fun, low impact, complete body exercise that provides all the health and fitness benefits of cross-country skiing without the chills. It is suitable for all ages and abilities, for beginners and more experienced skiers alike. It makes the off-season bearable by challenging and rewarding your heart, balance, muscles and mind just like skiing on snow. Rollerski now, and you will not need weeks of on-snow time to rediscover your balance, technique and strength. Rollerski now and find yourself ahead of where you left off last spring prepared to enjoy the snow from day one.
WHICH SWENOR ROLLERSKIS ARE PERFECT FOR YOU?
There is no one Swenor model perfect for everyone, but everyone can find their perfect Swenor choice. As you read our Swenor product descriptions you will see that your decision will involve how you value the smooth on snow feel of our composite shafts vs. the lightweight bliss of our Alutech models vs the cost of our Tristar models. Most people opt for the legendary on-snow feel of Swenor composite models. In classic those rollerskiers will also be able to choose between models with easier rolling big wheels or lower riding lightweight wheels. If you are new to rollerkiing you can enter the sport in either classic or skate or even choose a combi model. Rollerskiing enthusiasts will have dedicated skate and classic models, and wheel sets of varying speeds and even race specific rollerskis.
Binding location pdf manual here
Fine tuning skis to roll straight pdf manual here
disassembly, assembly and tightening of kicker wheels pdf manual here
disassembly, assembly and tighteing of glider wheels pdf manual here
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