Nevada Roller Kingdom in Reno, NV
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First is the Roller Kingdom in Reno, NV. #1
515 East 7th Street, Reno, Nevada (775) 329-3472



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Smooth concrete floor. Probably pretty slick eh?
Richard Leturgez aka "The Professional"
Member of International Derby Officials' Organization
Terre Haute, IN

Current skates:

Sure-Grip XL-75 boots
Sure-Grip Invader Plates with DA45 trucks
Bones Reds Bearings
Sure-Grip Zoom Blue Wheels
Sure-Grip Web Toe Stop
Blue Fat Laces
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(04-14-2011, 04:17 PM)The Professional Wrote: Smooth concrete floor. Probably pretty slick eh?
Yeah. It is kind of slippery if you have a set of hard wheels.Wiggle I like wood floor better.

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The Derby team I skate with skates on a 70+ year old wood floor. I LOVE IT!!!
Richard Leturgez aka "The Professional"
Member of International Derby Officials' Organization
Terre Haute, IN

Current skates:

Sure-Grip XL-75 boots
Sure-Grip Invader Plates with DA45 trucks
Bones Reds Bearings
Sure-Grip Zoom Blue Wheels
Sure-Grip Web Toe Stop
Blue Fat Laces
#5
Wood has a little "give" to it when you fall that concrete lacks. What I find interesting is that there are no lines on the floor.
Clean looking rink. I get tickled at the garish carpet that covers every surface in the lower 4 feet of the lobby except the tables. So classic. Laughing I wonder how that became normal?
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Yes, the carpet is every where. Razz It's like in Disney's small world.

#7
That looks very much like the rinks around here. Even the lights on the ceiling.
#8
The lack figure circles makes me feel sad.

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Sarah L. Hallford
I am not defined by my skate. Wink
#9
(04-21-2011, 02:43 PM)Sarah Wrote: The lack figure circles makes me feel sad.

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Many of the small "birthday party" rinks don't have them. Neither of the rinks near me have them. I think they all should even if they don't get used.
#10
Time to campaign for 6 meter circles!

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Sarah L. Hallford
I am not defined by my skate. Wink


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