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Scooter Size Guide

The scooter height can make a big difference for how much fun you have while riding, and we, therefore, recommend new scooter riders to follow this sc...

Which type of skates should I choose?

Your choice of skates depends on what you want to use them for. Get a great overview of the different types (fitness roller blades, roller skates, spe...

Skateboard Size Guide

Shoe size is one of the most important factors to consider when choosing a skateboard size. The right skateboard size based on shoe size will increase...

How to Clean and Lubricate Bearings

To ensure optimal performance for your bearings, it's a very good idea to clean and lubricate the bearings on a regular basis. This will preserve ...

How to Assemble a Pro Scooter

It's not easy to build your own custom trick scooter. There are as many parts that do not fit together, and a wrong assembly can easily destroy pa...

Bearings Buying Guide

Are you unsure which bearings you should get? In this guide, we'll explain the most important terms and facts about bearings. We'll also expla...

Wheel terms explained

Most wheels are made of polyurethane. All inline wheels have a standard width of 24 mm, making it easy to change your wheels. The characteristics of w...

Guide to Buying Scooters

Struggling to choose the right scooter for your needs? You’ve come to the right place! At SkatePro, we sell many types of scooters, and we definitely ...

BMX Freestyle Size Guide

This information is based on our experience and should be used as a guide. BMX sizing is a personal choice based on a rider's age, size, and exper...

Buying Fitness Skates

When looking for fitness inline skates, there are 3 things you need to have in mind: You should choose about one European or a half UK size bigger tha...

Buying Skateboards – A Beginner’s Guide

Welcome to our skateboard buying guide for beginners. With this guide, you'll be equipped to choose the best skateboard for beginners. Acquiring t...

Ski Binding DIN Calculator

Calculate your DIN number for your ski binding setting right here - based on your weight, height, skill level and age. If you order skis and bindings ...

Buying BMX Bikes

This guide will help you find the right BMX bike for exactly your or your kid’s needs by explaining some of the most important elements of buying a BM...

How to Change Inline Skate Wheels

The wheels are the part of the roller blades that are worn out most quickly. Changing the wheels will in most cases give your skates the feeling of be...

Buying Kid's Skates

There are two types of kid's skates to choose between - roller blades and roller skates. Many children's skates are size adjustable and have g...

Buying Roller Skates

Roller skates are made for fitness, normal skating or disco and dancing. This guide helps you choose the best roller skate suitable for your needs. Se...

New inline skates or new wheels?

If you have a pair of poor quality inline skates or the skates are worn out, then it probably is a better choice to buy a new pair of inline skates. I...

Longboard Buying Guide - Choosing the Best Longboard for You

Finding the best longboard begins with understanding the basics of longboards and longboard parts. In our comprehensive longboard guide, we aim to hel...

Buying Freeskates

Before buying freeskates, you should decide whether you want to do urban skating or slalom since the different floor types also require different whee...

How to Mount a BMX Brake

Here we will guide you through how to mount a BMX brake on a BMX bike. Follow the text and pictures step by step. 1. Insert the long cable on the brak...

Cruiser Skateboard Guide - Choosing the Best Skateboard for Cruising

This is our comprehensive guide to cruiser skateboards. We aim to provide you with all the necessary information to make the right choice of cruiser b...

Buying a skimboard

Skimboarding (riding along shorelines on flat boards) is gaining more and more popularity. But don’t let the simple looks fool you - there are many va...

Pro scooters explained

What is a pro scooter? A Pro scooter is a very durable version of a normal kick scooter. Usually, a trick scooter cannot be height adjusted and cannot...

Buying Speed Skates

Performance is of paramount importance when buying the right speed skates. This is why you should especially focus on the wheel size and the circumsta...

How To Build A Skateboard

In this guide SkatePro team rider Hjalte, shows how to build and assemble a skateboard. The 8 steps on how to build a skateboard Tools needed: A knife...

Skateboard truck Size Chart

When you are to determine what size of truck you should choose, you should start out by looking at the deck width....

BMX Race Size Chart

When you are to determine what size of race BMX you should choose, you should start out by looking at the user's height. The chart is for guidance...

Buying Roller Skis

There are different styles and models of roller skis, which gives you a variety of possibilities and to find the perfect setup for you. This guide wil...

Buying Aggressive Inline Skates

Finding the best aggressive inline skates means going for a snug fit and choosing a frame that corresponds to your skating style. Read this guide to l...

Skateboard Buying Guide for Intermediate Skaters

Choosing the best skateboard is a task that requires careful consideration when you are an intermediate skater. With experience and advancement in ski...

Buying a wetsuit

When getting your first, or your next, wetsuit there are a few important things to think of such as: what for and where will you be using it thickness...

Buying Guide for Ice Skates for Kids and Adults

Learn about your options when choosing the right beginner’s ice skates for kids and adults. Hockey skates are fast and maneuverable and offer good sup...

Buying a wakeboard

Ready to wakeboard? Here is a quick and easy guide to what you need to keep in mind before buying your gear. 1. Type of wakeboarding and amount of fle...

Buying Skis for Intermediates

If you have been skiing for a while and you want to get skis appropriate for your skill level this guide can lead you in the right direction. As you a...

Buying scooter wheels

Every wheel needs 2x bearings and 1x spacer to function. Wheels are made of different materials, dimensions, hardness, profiles and different cores. T...

How to Install Bearings in a Scooter Wheel

In this guide you will learn how to, without the use of any special tool, install and remove bearings in wheels with a metal core - primarily used for...

Buying Skis for Beginners

If you are a beginner skier and ready to purchase your first pair of skis then here is a guide to lead you in the right direction. To keep things simp...

Pro Scooter Bars Buying Guide

Welcome to our comprehensive buyer's guide to pro scooter bars. Our goal is to help you navigate the wide array of options available, making it ea...

BMX Pegs Size Chart

In the following size chart you can see what peg diameter you should choose for your front wheel and rear wheel of your BMX bike. Wheel Peg diameter F...

How to Build a BMX Bike - A Comprehensive Guide

This is our guide to BMX building and maintenance. When it comes to mounting the different parts on a BMX bike, there’s a learning curve to climb. All...

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