XRS02 Cross Skate

SRBSKU: 2645

Backstop: all wheels locked
Strong Version: reinforced version
Sale price€719,00

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  • including sneaker binding
  • Axle distance: 610mm
  • Pneumatic tires: 150x30mm
  • Weight: from 2350g individually
  • Max. athlete weight: 90kg
  • Strong version up to 120kg

The XRS02 Cross Skate

was developed for all types of cycle paths. Optimal cushioning through the use of air-filled wheels. With its innovative buckle binding, the runner can run absolutely safely with conventional sports shoes or sneakers and has an optimal driving feel. The Cross-Skate XRS02 is recommended for good forest paths and roads that are usually uneven or rough. The calf brakes on both sides always ensure safe and comfortable skiing. This model is also ideal for ski schools and rental stations, as no special or special shoes are required. The Click-Fast binding developed by SRB can be individually adjusted in length and width to the runner's shoe, thus offering maximum flexibility. Our precision-turned aluminum rims guarantee 100% concentricity and maximum stability. A backstop can also be installed on this model on request.

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Frequently Asked Questions Cross Skates

The load on the rear wheel is higher due to the weight distribution and the leg print. Added to this is the use of the calf brake, which causes greater wear.

No, that's not possible because the bar on the XRS06/07 is wider so that the wheel fits between the swing arms?

No, currently only as a complete bike.

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