Brakes & Speed Reducers
Innovative brake design attaches to boot and controls friction brake on rear wheel. With a little practice you can stop on a dime. You'll feel naked without it.
Control your decents or turn flatlands into uphills! The 900Q speed reducer pair mounts on the front fork of the new V2 Carbon Classic 900Q.
Control your decents or turn flatlands into uphills! The 98Q speed reducer pair mounts on the front fork of the new 98Q Rollerskis.
Fits Aero 150 Skis. These devices allow you to incrementally increase rolling resistance. Duplicate hills in flatlander country or contain the speed of killer descents to within sane limits. Speed reducers can open up hilly terraine previously too steep to descend. One per ski needed for proper function. Sold in pairs, call for singles.
The original brake system for V2 roller skis was developed over twelve years ago, but the Patent was not issued until 2010. Since the introduction, there are a number of improvements, many based on comments by users, but there have been no major changes. Now introducing the first major improvement of the brake since its commercial introduction in 2006. Some skate boots are now so tall that the brake arm yoke, even when adjusted to the highest position, touches the boot instead of the calf. For the most efficient braking it’s important that the yoke engages the calf, not the boot. The new brake arm and yoke is not just taller, but also stronger and has more vertical and horizontal adjustments to better fit the users anatomy, and is designed so that there is no need to drill a safety screw hole. In addition to being functionally better, it’s also more attractive.
Lean back "tele-style" to activate this brake. A very effective braking system that gives the skier the safety and control needed for gradual or sudden stops. Only one brake needed per pair of skis. Compatible with the new V2 Carbon Classic 900Q.
Lean back against the leg support to rapidly come to a controlled stop. This brake is very effective and gives the roller skier the safety and control needed for a sudden stop. A very welcome addition to rollerskiing! One brake is required for a pair of skis.
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