PRO-SKI Rollerskis with New North American Distributor
WebSkis/WebCyclery of Bend, Oregon has taken over the North American distributorship of PRO-SKI rollerskis of Sweden.
For the last four seasons, TorbjornSport of Park City, Utah has been the North American importer and distributor of PRO-SKI rollerskis. TorbjornSport will continue to import SOLDA glide wax.
From the New Importer:
WebSkis/WebCyclery ( www.webskis.com ) is located in Bend, Oregon and is specializing in cross country skiing and cycling.
â€We are very excited to be the new distributor of PRO-SKI rollerskis and promise to continue to serve new and old PRO-SKI customers with efficiency, reliability and enthusiasm,â€ says WebSkis owner Kevin Gorman. â€œI think being based out of Bend will really help. Many top level skiers who live in town will help us with testing and training.â€
WebSkis’ first rollerski shipment of the season will arrive in late April or the first week of May.
Spring Special: WebSkis is kicking off the season by offering a 15% discount on PRO-SKI rollerskis and parts for orders placed before April 19th. Orders will be shipped during the first week of May. Use the coupon code â€œPRO-SKIâ€ to receive 15% off all PRO-SKI rollerskis and wheels, as well as bindings and mounting charges.
Order PRO-SKI rollerskis online at www.webskis.com or call 888.759.2453
Torbjorn Karlsen has this to say about PR0-SKIS:
â€œI started importing PR0-SKI rollerskis in 1987 and 19 years later, I continue to feel they are the overall best brand of rollerskis on the market. PRO-SKI’s strength is reliability, stability, a great ski feel and there are five excellent models to choose from.
While I’m no longer the importer of PRO-SKI rollerskis, I will continue to use PRO-SKIS for my ski training and also as a great way to stay fit this summer. I’m one of those who really likes to rollerski, especially when I have a hill, road, or bike path where I feel safe.
I’m a strong believer in the need for ambitious skiers to alternate between different models in order to optimize their training. The C2 classic ski is still the choice of the Norwegian team along with the winners of the last seven or so Swedish Vasaloppet – the World’s largest ski race. The C2 has an optional speed reducer and can also be purchased with slower wheels (C3 model).
Classic skiers should also consider the PRO-SKI TECH model. This model is especially very good for diagonal interval training. Top skiers often tell us that this model helps them ski more efficiently.
PRO-SKI’s new light weight (lightest skate ski on the market) S5 skate ski is a super skate ski. It makes quick motions possible, really feels like skiing and makes training fun.
I was Beckie Scott’s personal coach for the last eight years. This year she had a fantastic season which included a record nine World Cup podiums. She alternated her classic training between the Tech and the C2 model and her skating between the S5 and the S2 model.
Be safe, have fun, and see you at the races next year!â€