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Sandreine
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any skaters please?

Post by Sandreine » Wed, 04 Apr 2007 12:49 am

anyone keen to form a inline skating group to skate together? i'm looking for one with the kids. taking courses at www.skate-with-us.com now but am keen to go for more activities and stuff...

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Post by audiojunky » Wed, 04 Apr 2007 11:53 am

hmmm... I don't have kids. But definitely interested in learning how to skate - rather how to stop!

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Post by rockchick » Tue, 10 Apr 2007 12:34 am

Hi, i've been skating for sometime but am not a regular cause it's hard to find a group or friends who are consistent. If r keen, kindly pm me. Maybe we can work something out.

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Post by Leela » Wed, 11 Apr 2007 1:04 pm

audiojunky wrote:hmmm... I don't have kids. But definitely interested in learning how to skate - rather how to stop!
I don't have kids either and I also want to learn how to stop. I'm interested in a skating group, but we would need to be of a similar level to be able to stay together while we skate. I tried skating with a friend who is a good skater and it was too slow and boring for her.

I am thinking of joining a skating class. If any of you have tried them, can you tell me if they are any good? Do you learn much in one hour?

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