Inline Alpine

What is Inline Alpine

Inline Alpine activities include the following disciplines:
Inline Alpine Slalom

Parameters, description, and course profile

The term "Inline Alpine Slalom" stands for a young, fast-paced and dynamic racing sport, which is a counterpart to the classical discipline of Skislaufs same - just on the asphalt track.
More specifically: runner on roller blades move between goal posts as soon as possibl "downhill" to leave the competition behind. All you need to have, in addition to the equipmenta steep slope and flex poles. The latter are fixed by means of heavy metal plates on the asphalt.
The high popularity of this form of roller skating is reflected in its booming expansion. The feed is immense. To enjoy the fascinating charm of the rod driving on the smooth asphalt road, while to feel the thrill of competition, not only attract current and former ski racer. In this respect, the young and old alike attractive discipline their original role as a compensatory or summer training opportunities for winter sports enthusiasts overcome long ago and developed its own profile.
The SK-SIA in DRIV want a supportive role and help the sport to the stand-alone image it deserves.

The launch pad

The starting structures are selected using the distance gap. In flatter terrain, the runner can go from a launch facility on the grid, which can vary in height between 60 cm and 2 meters.
With the opening of the start gate through the leg of the starter, the electronic timer is triggered. From then on it is a part, come quickly up to speed as quickly as possible and also to find the right rhythm, the price trend is defined by flex poles, their stability obtained by metal plates (15 kg). The suitability of the route is defined by various parameters. Apart from safety aspects, the quality characteristics of the rubber and the gap are essential.

The race track

The gap should be at least 6% and a maximum of 12%. Particularly suitable land formations prove with different levels as they do the course setters more room for variations.
The distance between the rods is usually between 3 and 6 meters. In the horizontal direction more or less offset, or in the vertically oriented goals require flexibility from the runners and technical ability.
A run has approximately 30 to 40 goals, which corresponds to a length between 150 m and 250 m.

The finish area

The finish area to assist with rising or flat spout the braking of the rotor, or at least give him enough room, especially brake or stop is not necessarily belong to the standard equipment. Closures and safety precautions by protectors in the form of blankets and straw bales are like on the track at critical points is essential.
Inline Alpine Giant Slalom


Inline Alpine Parallel-Slalom