3 Point Skates Kinston NC

Local resource for 3 point skates in Kinston. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to inline skates and skate shops, as well as advice and content on inline speed skating.

Riverside Bicycles and Outdoor Sports
(252) 520-9400
210 W. Gordon St.
Kinston, NC
 
Neuse Sport Shop
(252) 527-5058
225 E New Bern Rd
Kinston, NC
 
David's Collectibles
(252) 524-0590
620 Queen St
Grifton, NC
 
Smith Tim W G Pro Shop
(252) 746-3389
4343 Ayden Golf Club Rd
Ayden, NC
 
Poolcue Syndicate
(252) 624-4606
911 Se Second Street
Snow Hill, NY
 
Hibbett Sports Inc
(252) 522-1278
Vernon Mall Park Mal
Kinston, NC
 
Stoney Creek Outfitters
(252) 524-9800
5467 Creek Rd
Grifton, NC
 
Magnum Telemetry
(252) 524-5391
525 Country Acres Rd
Grifton, NC
 
Neuse Sport Shop
(252) 527-5058
225 E New Bern Rd Ste 4
Kinston, NC

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David's Collectibles
(252) 746-2040
138 Elliot Dixon Rd
Ayden, NC

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Are 3-point Skates better than 2?

Feb. 10, 2010

Are 3-point Skates Better?

QHi, Bill: Some skaters cling to their traditional two-point skates. Others sing the praises of Bont's three-points. But as far as I can tell, there's no clear winner in the "which are better" department. What are your thoughts about three-point skate setups? Do they provide significant advantages over the standard setups with two frame mounts? - Dennis in California

Hi, Dennis from sunny California: As you may know, for many years I — along with my children, Nicole and Wayne — have been involved with Bont. In fact, I was one of the people who pushed for an early release of the Bont 3-points, and Wayne was the first skater to test them in a race: the 2005 Inline 111 in St. Gallen, in which he won the midway sprint.

Bont developed the 3-points in response to the introduction o...

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