Elurra logoWezep, Netherlands, June 7, 2016 Elurra&Skate be sole distributor for Cádomotus in Spain. Thanks to Elurra all In-Gravity stores such as in Madrid, Valencia, Vitoria and Santander are now Expert Cádomotus dealers offering wide range of product from the Rookie skates to the popular skate bags.

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CadoMotus unveiled its new global marketing strategy, an approach called “CadoMotus Brand Singularity”, which for the first time will unify messaging for the brand under all speed skating disciplines, from inline to ice.

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0 Comments | Posted in Cadowiki EN Dealer information By Cádomotus Management

New in 2016, we’re strengthening the links in the supply chain by offering Expert Dealer status to all our retail partners. As an Expert Dealer, you can take advantage of volume discounts, even on our Premium line.

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Canadian flagWezep, Netherlands, March 9, 2016: Cádomotus is pleased to announce it has signed an exclusive distributor agreement with Xact Performance to represent its ice and in-line speed skating equipment in Canada in time for the upcoming 2016-2017 season.

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Changed return policy

1/29/2016 2:05 PM

In order to process returns faster and better we changed the procedure for returning goods. It is important to know that RMA's are processed only when the RMA request form is correctly and completely filled with the information requested. Insert the form to the return shipment.

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Comments | Posted in Cadowiki EN Product support Dealer information By Cádomotus Workforce

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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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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0 Comments | Posted in Cadowiki EN Buying guide Dealer information By CadoMotus Workforce

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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Comments | Posted in Product support Buying guide Dealer information By CadoMotus Workforce