CLIX sticks and chassis
Anyone using this product from "ROCKET HOCKEY". If so what do you think about it. Do the click mechanisms last??? Looking for feedback good or bad!! The zerodrag bearings appear to be fantastic.
see ya on the rink
Re: CLIX sticks and chassis
the high school team i coach is sponsored by rocket hockey. they sent us some of their stuff to try out. the sticks do work. they are coming out with abs blades soon. personally i think their chassis are the best things they have going for them. the axles work well and the chassis are well constructed. we've been sending roger(the owner) comments and they are probably going to modify. i saw some of the designs for their new sticks and they are very unique. they'll stick out
Re: CLIX sticks and chassis A DEMO SKATERS LOOK
Roger and Peter have a great product. I actually had 2 demo sets of frames from Rocket hockey and found the frames to be a great concept and design. Like all new products the bugs have to be worked out and these boys did it and are continuing to do so. My 1st set of frames were the 1st pre producton frames made over a year ago and were a 80/72 hi lo set up. The frames were light and strong and the quick release axles system was great for a person like myself who was playing and teaching on 2 totaly different roller surfaces. I had gotten a extra set of spacers for hard wheels and a set for soft wheels and it was perfect. I ran those frames hard and beat the hell out of them. I played 4-5 days a week on them and only had a minor problem that the boys at Rocket hockey helped me out with.
Then when the newer stronger 76/68 frame came out i tested those along with a new wheel called PRIME WHEELS which proved to be a great wheel. The bearings i ran Zero Drag but not from Rocket hockey, at the time i was testing they were still working with the bearing company. I ran the frames for well over 6 months and even used them at Narch Nationals. I have no problems with the fram except for the fact i did not personaly like the smaller wheel set up do to the fact that i really like the Kuzak foamie and the new Hyper Trinity wheels. Which are only offered in a 80/72 set up.
My helmets off to the boys at Rocket Hockey for making a great product and a great idea