- Austria 50 inline skating routes
- Czech Republic 6 inline skating routes
- Germany 557 inline skating routes
- Liechtenstein 5 inline skating routes
- Switzerland 63 inline skating routes
Few thought that the hype could be more than just a fad and that inline skating would establish itself as a sport in the long term. There are plenty of reasons for its popularity: inline skating is – once you have mastered the technique with confidence – a good alternative to jogging.
Inline skating not only trains muscle groups (especially the leg muscles as well as the buttock and back muscles), but also the brain: Inline skating demands spirit, sense of balance and coordination. Of course, a certain amount of concentration is also required to avoid falls and collisions.
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Road conditions: the most important thing for inline skating
In spring, the utmost caution is required: winter leaves its mark and grit is still well distributed on roads and pavements. The small stones can quickly become fatal and cause falls during inline skating.
Caution is also required in rain and wet conditions: Apart from the fact that wetness is not ideal for the ball bearings of the rollers, wet roads are a slippery affair. Anyone who skates too hard can quickly slip off.