Rollerblading Trails Ada OK

Local resource for rollerblading trails in Ada. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to walking trails, hiking trails, cycling trails, and skiing trails, as well as advice and content on trail skating and trail skating safety.

Sarah Maloy
(580) 320-0206
Ada, OK

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E Cu Wellness Center
(580) 310-5744
Ada, OK
 
Fitness Together
(405) 715-1109
1405 E Ayers St
Edmond, OK
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Personal Trainer

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Body Defined Fitness LLC
(918) 407-7532
8112 S Memorial Dr
Tulsa, OK
 
Fitness Together Owasso
(918) 272-6363
9540 N Garnett Rd, #106
Owasso, OK
Programs & Services
Elliptical Trainers, Free Weights, Personal Training, Treadmill, Weight Machines

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Curves for Women
(580) 310-9272
122 W Main St
Ada, OK
 
East Central University
(580) 310-5744
Ada, OK
 
Pure Elements Llc
(580) 234-0177
906 W Broadway Ave
Enid, OK
Industry
Personal Trainer

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Fitness Together
(405) 842-7373
2816 W Country Club Dr
Oklahoma City, OK
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Personal Trainer

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Anytime Fitness Mustang, OK (1)
(405) 256-6177
216 North Mustang Mall Terrace
Mustang, OK
Programs & Services
24-hr Operations, Cardio Equipment, Circuit Training, Elliptical Trainers, Free Weights, Parking, Personal Training, Spinning, Stair Climber, Stationary Bikes, Treadmill, Weight Machines

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Eight Rules for Safe Trail Skating

By Greg Major

Skaters sharing trail with bike rider

Skaters share a beach path with a cyclist in Long Beach.
Photo: Darlene Prois

 

With the skating season upon us, skaters everywhere will be heading outdoors again ... but so will millions of bikers, runners, walkers, dogs ... and who knows what else.

To help you navigate the hazards, here are some tips for skating on multi-use paths and trails.

1) Always wear a helmet. I am amazed when I see skaters decked out in every pad known to man but with nothing on their noggins.

Remember: Road rash heals, but a good bump on the head could cause you to eat with a straw for the rest of your life.

2) Don't expect others to make room for you. Everybody believes they are the king of the road. Be prepared to make room for trail hogs. And while you're at it, set a good example by making room for others.

3) Be polite. Let people know before you pass by calling out, "On your left." And don't expect people to get out of your...

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