Demon Xtreme Blog Posts
Building a custom scooter or changing a few parts on your current scooter can be difficult without all the knowledge of what parts go together. The main choice that you have to make isn’t the big parts like the deck, forks or bars but what will hold it all together, the compression. The compression will […]
The future of Bauer Hockey, the worlds most well established brand looks in doubt right now with its owner – Performance sports group Ltd (PSG). PSG Filed Chapter 11 in the USA & Canada, the UK’s equivalent of bankruptcy. The company had little choice as the “wolves” were at the door, PSG failed to return […]
Sometimes, when we play sport we focus so much on winning we forget where the real enjoyment is.
Every sportsman ‘now’ knows that proper hydration is paramount to avoiding impaired physical performance. But what is proper hydration and how do I ensure I don’t dehydrate?
What normally goes through your mind when you see a skater on the ice? Are you in awe of their moves, their speed or just ‘how do they keep themselves upright?’ Modern day ice-skating is a fairly competitive sport, a form of transportation and leisure activity that can be done on indoor and outdoor rinks […]
How to measure your feet for skates and other good tips for first time buyers! Buying figure skates for the first time can be a very daunting process. Sizing and measuring for the figure skate boots, ankle support, toe picks and skill level. It sounds like a lot for a pair of skates, but after […]
We know that Demon Xtreme is known quite far across the globe but we aren’t able to reach many places on our social media so we went and joined the growing world of Pinterest!
The British Roller Derby Champions, Killa Hurtz, will be hosting the last game day for the South East, Tier 4 teams. The day sees Norfolk take on Eastbourne and the Killa’s play against Suffolk. With Norfolk already having secured their place in the play-offs it’s gonna be a South East showdown between Killa Hurtz and […]
In the late 90’s and early 2000’s there was an event that use to take place in the UK called the British Inline Open Championships. The event itself was held all over the UK, at one point the British Champs was even held in the NEC arena at one point. In the last few years […]
This is a story of how a normally common skating fall was handled at a figure skating event… ‘My ice skating partner and I were preparing to compete in an ice-dancing event. He was a very handsome twenty-year-old with long, brown hair. Even though this was a time when long hair was “in” for most […]