Latest Information on Inlinex Products Inlinex


Top Helmet for Kids


 We believe that Kids are just as important as adults when getting a helmet that can last for years to come.  We have listed a few helmets that can fit kids such as the Giro scamp; or active children from 5 and above such as the Giro Tremor and Bell sidetrack. 

1. Giro Tremor Helmet


A BIG HIT WITH LITTLE SHREDDERS - When every curb is a jump and every patch of dirt screams for a skid, the Tremor™ is there to keep smiles wide, even when temporary limits are found. Some of the best features from our adult line, like In-Mold construction and our acclaimed Roc Loc® Sport fit system, offer the versatility, comfort, and wide adjustability young riders need to ride confidently. And with plenty of fun color options to choose from, there's a perfect option to match the thrill of riding and the feeling of joy after that first ride, or lap around the pumptrack. 

Other colour Options available.

2. Bell Block Helmet


Street or dirt, the Block BMX and action sports helmet brings it. There’s plenty of coverage and a more head-hugging shape that’s curved in more at the back and sides. The result is a nicely contoured lid that fits securely and looks great too.

Other colour Options available.

3.Bell Sidetrack Helmet

BOLD AND BRIGHT Designed for 5 year olds and up, the Sidetrack Child features BellÍs allmountain shape with lower coverage on the rear of the head similar to the Stoker adult helmet in a pintsized package for little rippers. The readyforaction style, complete with a cool visor, gets young riders motivated to ride. The comfortable, secure ErgoDial fit system makes it quick and easy to get them going.

Other colour Options available.

4.Giro Scamp

The Scamp™ is packed with amazing features, including some of the same elements found in our best adult helmets, all in a smaller package designed to fit your child. The all new Roc Loc Jr. fit system with pinchguard buckle provides an easy way to fit your kid’s helmet quickly and securely. With a wide size range, your child can use this helmet as they grow from balance bikes to training wheels. The design is inspired by the adults’ Montaro / Montara, and since the Scamp™ is available in a range of kidfriendly colors and designs, your child will be excited to wear it every time they ride. For 2 years and above.

Other colour Options available.

Top Rollerblade for Kids

As parents, we know that it is important to get the most comfortable, affordable and durable inline skates for your child.  Listed down bellow are a few pairs of Children rollerblade that we recommend

Skates for Children 4 years and above



Thunder Skates


Rollerblade's mass market junior skates lands here. These skates are made so that everybody can enjoy the quality and safety a pair of Rollerblade offers at a fraction of the cost. The Thunder or ThunderG skates (G stands for Girls) is designed with a lower center of gravity for balance and control, incredible comfort, easy closure and it expands four sizes! It is also one of the lightest model in the market.




Don’t make a first skate the worst skate. Spitfire  or Spitfire G is designed with a lower center of gravity for balance and control, incredible comfort, easy closure and it expands four sizes!




Easy to use with laceless closure, comfortable and expands four sizes. Spitfire SL or SpitfireSL G is designed with a lower center of gravity for balance and control, incredible comfort, easy closure.




Powerslide Universe Adjustable Kids Skates comes in Red, Blue and Yellow; are durable enough for the street and cool enough for the rink. The hard shell design helps prolong the life of the skate so your child can get the most out of the 4 size expansion feature. The button and spring powered adjustment system make it easy to expand the skate shell and the neoprene toe box on the liner easily stretches to provide a snug fit no matter what size adjustment you are locked into.

Aluminum Stamped Frame, Powerslide Infinity 82A Wheels (Diameter dependent on skate size), Wicked ABEC7 Bearings, HABS Brake System



Top Selling Kick Scooters for Children

We have been receiving questions on a daily basis what scooters are great for kids of all ages. To make it easier for all, here is the list of best selling scooters in our stores for the different children age group.

Scooters for Infant / Baby (0-1 yrs old)

1. Micro Mini Kick 3 Deluxe

    The Micro Mini Kick 3 Deluxe is a Scooter that allows your child to seat and "walk the scooter".

    Parents love this because once the child grows, you can remove the seat and it becomes a 3 wheel kick scooter. It does not stop there, when the child grows taller, you can mount the adjustable T bar and it become a Micro Mini Deluxe Kids Scooter. In 2018, Micro added into the line of scooter the Micro Mini Deluxe Plus Kids Scooter for parents to help their babies to steer and balance better.


    Weight Limit: 20kg for seat and 35kg for standing.

    2. Micro Mini 2go Deluxe

    The Micro Mini 2go Deluxe has one of the widest seat among the other seated scooters. It also boast a mini storage space for toys and water bottles. The storage and seat can be removed and be transformed into a Micro Mini Deluxe Kids ScooterMicro added into the line of scooter the Micro Mini 2go Deluxe Plus Kids Scooter for parents to help their babies to steer and balance better.

    Weight Limit: 20kg for seat and 35kg for standing.

    3. Micro Trike

    The Micro Trike Makes tiresome pushing of the kiddes buggy along the aisles a thing of the past, because this shopping companion is foldable - making it extremely compact. Micro Trike is adaptable and can be simply hung on the shopping trolley or packed away in a rucksack. And not only mummy and daddy are delighted by the new shopping assistant – the kids will also enjoy the fun of a ride through the shops of the city.

    Weight Limit: 20kg for seat 

    Scooters for Toddler

    1. Micro Mini Deluxe

    The Micro Mini Deluxe is the household brand for kids scooter. It is the best seller because parents trust the brand and rightly so. It has the most balanced dimensions for stability and maneuverability. The colours are great too. Toddlers love them. It also helps them with their motor skills and develop their balancing whilst having fun. You can also change the handle grips when they wear off. 

     Weight: 35kg

    2. Zycom Zing 

    The Zycom Zing is the most value of money scooter in the market. It beats hyper market brand scooters in price and quality. It has great colours and lighted wheels. It comes with a long steering link and a slanted wheel set up to give more balance and stability.


     Weight: 30kg max rider weight




    Choose the correct Inline Skates

    Choose the correct Inline Skates

    Before we start, what is the difference between Roller Skates, Roller Blades, Skate and inline skates? 

    Roller Skates

    The term Roller Skates is usually used to describe quad skates. These retro skates are not very common in Singapore but in US, they are still widely popular.

    Roller Blades

    The actual term is Rollerblade which is probably the most successful brand in the history of the sport. The brand has become so popular that it has become synonymous with the sport.

    Inline Skates

    The term inline skating is the correct way of describing "roller blading". 


    This term is used to describe all skate sports in general. Skate sports including skateboarding, roller skating, inline skating and longboarding.

    Understanding the Parts 

    When choosing the correct pair of skates, we must first know how serious we are in the sport. If you are not sure, rent a pair of skates or go for some skating lessons before buying. Never ever buy a cheap pair of skates. The term cheapskate is probably coined out of this. If you are decided and you want to use inline skating to keep fit and have fun, read on:

    Skate Boot

    Boot Only

    Usually classified under 2 main types, Hard and Soft. Both have their pros and cons. Lets take a more in depth look at these properties.

    Hard Boot Benefits:

    • Heavier boots keeps your centre of gravity low, thus increasing stability and balance
    • Helps you to stand straighter by offering better support on the ankles
    • Protects your foot against hard surfaces
    • Liner cushion is very thick for comfort and increased responsiveness
    • Extremely durable

    Soft Boot Benefits

    • Lighter boots allow you to speed and skate longer distances
    • Comfortable like wearing a pair of sneakers
    • Breathable to keep your feet cool
    • Works well with laces to give you a compressed fit

    Hard Boot Drawbacks

    • Heavier boots requires more effort from users
    • Less comfort due to hardness of the boot

    Soft Boot Drawbacks

    • Lighter boots makes it harder to balance
    • Less support on the ankles may cause pronation or supination 

    Below is a chart to help you decide on what boot choice to make base on your skating activity

     Soft Boot Hard Boot
    • skating on long and flat road
    • skating long distances
    • long skating sessions
    • speed skating
    • urban skating
    • doing tricks and jumps
    • aggressive slides and maneuvers
    • Slalom



     Skate Frame

    Skate Frame

    Most common are plastic frames, aluminium frames and extruded aluminium frames. Lets now decide which frame is best for you.

    Aluminium Frame

    • More rigid. Allowing better power transfer from boot to wheels.
    • More durable. Metal will not bend as much under pressure and weight

    Extruded Aluminium Frame

    • Extruded Frame is a reinforced one piece frame increasing rigidness for an even more powerful skate experience
    • Highly customizable

    Plastic Frame

    • Lightweight
    • Plastic bends more, thus under weight, it keeps the user lower to the ground
    • Easier to control since the power transfer is lower

    Below is a generic chart to help you decide base on the user's characteristics:

     Plastic Extruded Aluminium Aluminium
    • Beginners
    • Kids
    • Below 75kg
    • Low usage
    • Skaters who want the best
    • High speed skating
    • Urban Skating
    • Above 75kg
    • Fitness skating
    • Regular usage


    Skate Wheels

    Inline skating wheels usually have 2 description: (mm) which is the diameter of the wheels and (a) which is the hardness of the wheel.

    Big vs Small Wheels

    Big wheels give you higher speed and better comfort when skating. However, it also requires more balance because it keeps you higher off the ground. Also, to hold larger wheels, the frame becomes longer, reducing maneuverability.

    Small wheels give you better balance and it make turning easier. It is helpful when learning new tricks. However it significantly reduces the speed and users have to skate harder to cover distances.

    Hard vs Soft

    Hard wheels are extremely durable and it helps with speed. It is also good for tricks and slides. However, harder wheels also cause more vibration when you skate and it reduces traction. 

    Soft wheels are very comfortable to skate on and gives you better traction. However, the rubber on the wheels wears off quickly.

    Skating Disciplines

    Now that you know the different parts of the skates, lets look at the qualities of different inline skate from different skate disciplines to help you make a better choice.

    Kids Skates

    Skate Boot Type: Soft 

    To reduce the weight and provide more comfort

    Skate Frame: Plastic

    Again to reduce weight, and since a child is not heavy, metal frames are not necessary

    Wheel Size: 70 - 76mm  (standard skates) ; 80 - 90mm (tri-skates)

    Small wheels help a child stay balanced. 

    Wheel Hardness: 80-82a

    A semi-hard wheel is a good hardness to get both traction and durability

    Fitness Skates

    Skate Boot: Soft

    Soft boots provide more comfort for longer skating sessions to burn the calories

    Skate Frame: Aluminium

    Aluminium Frame gives better power transfer to cover larger distance.

    Wheel Size: 80 - 90mm (standard skates) ; 100 - 110mm (tri-skates)

    Larger wheel size allows users to cover distances and reduce vibration off the ground.

    Wheel Hardness: 82-85a

    Urban Skating

    Skate Boot: Hard

    Hard boot protects the feet when skating against concrete pavement and kerbs. It also supports the ankle especially turning sharp street corners.

    Skate Frame: Extruded Aluminium

    Extruded Aluminium is stronger which is necessary for the small jumps out in the streets. Also, skating in the streets will have many bumps and obstacle, so having a better power transfer can help with the "start stop" experience while urban skating.

    Wheel Size: 80 - 84mm (standard skates) ; 90 - 110mm (tri-skates)

    Mid-size wheels get best of both speed and agility.

    Wheel Hardness: >85a

    Harder wheels are better for slide stops, speed, and takeoffs.

    Speed Skating

    Skate Boot: Soft

    Soft boots reduces weight which is a big thing for speed skating.

    Skate Frame: Extruded Aluminium

    Extruded Aluminium is stronger which is necessary for maximum power transfer. 

    Wheel Size: 100 - 110mm (standard skates) ; 125mm (tri-skates)

    Large wheels gives maximum speed

    Wheel Hardness: >85a

    Harder wheels are better for speed and takeoffs.

    Aggressive Skating

    Skate Boot: Hard

    Hard boot protects the feet when skating against concrete pavement and kerbs. It also supports the ankle especially turning sharp street corners.

    Skate Frame: Extruded Plastic

    Extruded plastic although not as strong as aluminium, significantly reduces the weight of the skates. This is especially important for jumps and tricks.

    Wheel Size: 55 - 62mm 

    Small and fat wheels provide the user with the most balance.

    Wheel Hardness: >88a

    Extremely hard wheels are better for skatepark ground and it also reinforced the frame strength.

    Hockey Skates

    Skate Boot: Leather

    Leather boots are hard and lightweight. It has to be compressed to the users foot by laces. However, the cushioning is thin, making it the least comfortable. 

    Skate Frame: Extruded Aluminium

    Extruded Aluminium is stronger which is necessary for the high speed maneuvers and stops. It is also helps players get a better acceleration.  

    Wheel Size: 72 - 80mm 

    Mid-size wheels get best of both speed and agility.

    Wheel Hardness: >72-78a

    Soft wheels gives maximum traction which is important in an inline hockey game.

    Choose the Correct Type of Skateboard

    There are many different types of skateboarding. If you have gone to the skatepark, you will probably see a lot of street boards for skateboard tricks. If you are cycling or walking down a park and see someone cruising along the road, they are probably using a cruiserboard or a longboard. The anatomy of a skateboard is pretty much the same, only the specification is different. In order to choose the correct board, you must know what type of deck to buy. 

    Understanding Skateboard Decks

    A deck without question is the most important part of a skateboard. It pretty much holds everything together including you weight. When choosing your board, the first thing we look for is the length of the board. The chart below is a generic guideline for choosing the correct deck length. For street boards we usually look at the width as the length and shape is pretty much the same.

     Length of Deck Type of Board Recommended Height for Beginners 
    22" - 24" Cruiserboard 120 - 155cm
    25" - 29" Cruiserboard 156 - 175cm
    30" - 34" Cruiserboard 176 - 182cm
    >35" Cruiserboard >183cm
    33" - 34" Longboard 130 - 155cm
    35" - 38" Longboard 156cm - 175cm
    >39" Longboard >176cm

     Width of Deck Type of Board Recommended Height for Beginners
    ~6.5" - 6.75" Street 120 - 140cm
    ~7" Street 141 - 150cm
    ~7.3" Street 151 - 178cm
    >7.5" Street >179cm


    You must be wondering why are the boards shaped differently. The chart below shows the most common shaped boards in the market.

    Shape of Board Purpose
    Freeriding: For those skating downhill that includes drifting, hand slides and aggressive maneuvers. The twin tip allows user to steer the board without the wheels touching the board.    
    Cruising: For those who go from point A to B. A cruising deck usually is round and symmetrical. It also has a head and a tail. This allow different foot positions for better comfort while riding. 
    Carving: They are narrower than boards for cruising. For those who require maximum maneuverability. They are wired to stop at high speed by performing a sharp directional change. The shape of the board allows the board to flex deeply without wheels touching the board.  
    Freestyle: For those who wants to carve and do aggressive moves in tight street corners and cruise at the same time. 
    Street/Stunt: Symmetrical all over. Standard board shape for those who do jumps and tricks. Most common in the skate parks and ramps.


    When you shop for boards, not all are flat and there are reasons why. Now lets look at the different Deck Concave.

     Concave Purpose
    Meant for those who want to do board walk or dance. 
    Usually for those who like more bounce on the deck. The positive camber acts like a suspension.

    For those who prefers the board to hold its original state. A negative camber has little or no flex at all 


    Now lets look at deck mount

     Deck Mounts Purpose
    Drop Through Mount: A hole cut out of the deck for the base plate of the truck to go through it. This design keeps users lower to the ground for more stability, easier pushing, and easier sliding. Usually comes with boards with twin tip to prevent wheel bite.
    Top Mount: The most common mount. It gives the user more height off the ground for better turns and movements even at high speed.


    Material of the Deck


    Most common. Usually comes with 7 - 9 ply. The lesser the plys the lighter the deck. The more plys, the more durable. Maple is the most common material because it is the most rigid compared to the rest.


    Bamboo is naturally a strong and flexible material. To "loosen" the rigidity of a deck, bamboo plys are added into a Maple board to add more flex into the board. Usually the first or the last ply of the deck.


    Fiberglass is common added into bamboo or maple decks to decrease weight, increase stability and reduce flex.Fiberglass is hard so it keeps the deck in its original state even at high pressure.

    Skateboard Wheels

    Big vs Small

    Big wheels are for cruising. It rolls over uneven terrain better and it is a lot faster. Small wheels keeps users lower to the ground for better stability and control.

    Hard vs Soft

    Hard wheels are a lot more durable and gives better lift for jumps. It is also good for longer slides as the grip is significantly reduce when the wheels are hard. Soft wheels gives better traction and a more comfortable ride.

    Shop Locations
    " "