danielgreig

Daniel Greig is an Australian inline and ice speed skater, currently living in The Netherlands to train for the coming Winter Olympics. He is one of few skaters to have medals from both inline and ice skating World Championships, this proves that he understands the sport of skating in all it's forms. For this reason he is in a position to have relevant opinions on almost all matters skating related. We asked Daniel to be a guest reviewer of our products to both see how they stack up, and provide you will information that you can use. Please enjoy. 

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Cadomotus Rookie JR2 inline skate for kidsIf you’re looking for a quality pair of starter skates, we got some suggestions that should help you find the right pair for yourself or that rookie you’re setting out on that path to the podium

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Marchese and Cádomotus have changed the boot spacing of their Bianco (former Ikazuchi) and Nero (former (Shinobi) boots for winter season 2014/2015. Changes are made to be more accommodating to the bridge size of our clap systems.

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In creating the Black Magic, MPC scientists have formulated a compound heralded as even better than their legendary BlackTrack wheels, and the BlackMagic’s testing report-card couldn’t have been better: world record times in both the 300 and 500 meter sprints at the 2013 World Championships, making it the fastest wheel on earth.  These results confirm what we’ve known for years, MPC is the leading edge in competition speed skating wheel innovation.

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Cádomotus Record blade at the ISU WorldcupAsk any skater who's spent time competing in the Elite ranks of our sport and they'll tell you, they'd kill to shave even the smallest fraction of a kg off the weight of their set up. Less weight on your feet translates into that ever-elusive 5th gear you hear so many speak of, but see so few engage. You need every watt of power you can generate just to remain competitive, let alone be able to pass someone at high speed in that last corner. But you know this...

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Cádomotus Versatile 2 in  1 speedskate 4x110 and 3x125Spectators at this year's Roller Speed Skating World Championships in Oostende, Belgium were surprised to see the unveiling of a new inline speedskate setup, a 3x 125 millimeter wheel, frame, boot combination. Tests were done on and off the track, with results being something that not too many were open to discussing. What does this mean? It means we're on the verge of something new.

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Typical mount spacing for inline boots is 195mm and does not match with the shorter mounting for clap ice blades. Inline boots have the front mounting point to much forward, right under the toes, whereas ice speedskating boots have their front mount about 35mm backward at the metatarsals (probably a more efficient position in terms of biomechanics)

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