Raz, Tahl
February 2002
Inc.;Feb2002, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p26
Evaluates the Crosskates, an all-terrain Hummer-like version of in-line skates mounted on ten-inch mountain-bike tires, created by entrepreneur James Page in the United States. Features of the patented steering system; Estimated number of skates shipped by the end of 2001; Target customers; Price. INSETS: The Quick Once-Over;In-Line or Off-Track?.


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