RL3500E to Beijing China
RL3500E x 2500 i Beijing Kina.

RL3500E to Beijing China

We have installed a new skate treadmill in Beijing, China. The band is the model RL3500E x 2500 and is equipped with a minus elevation which means that the rollerskier can go downhill.

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RL2700E x 1000 at Uppland Air Force F16

Rodby has had the pleasure of delivering a RL2700E x 1000 treadmill to Uppland Air Force Wing F16 (Upplands Flygflottilj F16). The primary purpose of the treadmill is for testing and training of R3 Rescue Soldiers (Rescue Clearing Repair). The training and testing of R3 Rescue soldiers involves walking and…

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RL2700E to Lichtenstein

A picture from a new installation of a RL2700E x 1000 in Triesen in the southern part of Liechtenstein.

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Skate treadmill to Voukatti

Rodby visited the Finnish tourist resort Voukatti and installed a custom built skate treadmill RL3500E x 2700 with elevation 20 degrees (14 degrees is standard).

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Rodby on Facebook

Now you can find us on Facebook. Follow us there, like, comment and ask questions. Welcome!

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RL3500E to Hellnerstadion in Gällivare

Rodby has installed a new skate treadmill, a RL3500E, at the Hellnerstadion in Gällivare. The treadmill is to be used by athletes and ordinary citizens alike. The speed capability of the band is 0-50 km/h and the elevation from 0-14 degrees.

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It’s raining in the weather and wind tunnel treadmill

Rodby's large wind tunnel treadmill in Östersund features on Swedish National Television (SVT) in a water resistance test of children's outerwear. The short clip flaunts the custom built Rodby treadmill's capabilities in a real downpouring (don't try this at home!). [Disclaimer: some countries might not be able to view the…

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RL3500E to Idrettshøgskolen in Alta Norway

Rodby Innovation has installed a new large treadmill at Idrettshøgskolen on UiT Norway's Arctic University in Alta. Idrettshøgskolen has research and education environment for sport, recreation, physical education, public health, nature tours and physical tests. The treadmill is a skate treadmill Rodby RL3500E.  The ski athlete Finn Hågen Krogh, one of Norway's most accomplished cross-county skier, had…

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Treadmill to Shanghai University of Sport

Ove from Rodby Innovation travelled to the end of the world and visited Shanghai to install a large treadmill at the Shanghai University of Sport and is going to be used for running and bicycle. The treadmill is the model RL3500 with a width of 1.8 meters. Elevation angle is minus five to…

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Bjørndalen’s rolling training center
Ole Einar Bjørndalens träningsbil med Rodby rullband

Bjørndalen’s rolling training center

Rodby's treadmill in Ole Einar's rolling 20-ton training center for Norwegian biathlon team soon ready Rodby Innovation does justice to its name. Now we can finally reveal our participation in Ole Einar Bjørndalen's spectacular training vehicle at 20 tonnes with its own gym and Rodby treadmill, six beds, kitchen, bathroom with…

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The weather and wind tunnel treadmill is up and running!

It unique weather and wind tunnel treadmill Rodby is now opened at the Sports Tech Research Centre at Campus Östersund The roller ski treadmill – a custom-built Rodby RL5500E – is the first of its kind that offers skiing both uphill and downhill. The research facility has an advanced climate control system that opens…

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Two treadmills to Salming Sports in Stockholm

Rodby has delivered two treadmills for Salming Sports New Salming RunLab on Kungsgatan in Stockholm. It is a RL1602 that will stand in the store and a RL2500 placed in a glass-enclosed lab room with 3D cameras. Both treadmill and the cameras are painted in Salming's own color. The client is Qualisys…

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Rodby in Swedish national public TV

Ove and Peter from Rodby installed a treadmill in the Swedish national public TV broadcaster SVT's Winter studio during the Nordic World Ski Championships in Falun 2015. Mathias Fredriksson, Yvette Hermundstad and Johanna Ojala demonstrated classic cross-country skiing technique on a Rodby RL2700 Friday evening 20 February. Elite ski techniques shown…

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Rodby treadmill in climate test lab

Rodby have installed a new special built treadmill model 2700E for use in a climate-controlled test lab at the National Winter Sports Center at Campus Östersund - where an altitude of up to 6000 meters above sea level and extreme temperatures from plus 30 to minus 20 can be simulated. The…

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Anna Haag and Emil Jönsson exercises on Rodby

The well-known national team members Anna Haag and Emil Jönsson have installed a Rodby treadmill for exercising at home. The treadmill is the among cross-country skiers very popular 2.5 meters long and 1 meter wide RL2500E x 1000 fitted with specially designed strips of rubber on the belt to be used with ordinary…

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Aquatrot in the new Veterinary Hospital at VHC in Uppsala

Rodby is installing a Rodby Aquatrot (Vattentrask) and pumping installations at the newly built University Animal Hospital (Universitetsdjursjukhuset) at Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, VHC in Uppsala. The Aquatrot will be used for physiotherapy of dogs that has impaired mobility. The Aquatrot is constructed entirely in stainless steel with safety glass. The Aquatrot is fed with purified hot…

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Rodby builds unique wind tunnel treadmill

Rodby has been commissioned by the University in Östersund to build the largest model of treadmills, a custom-designed and custom-built RL 5500E, with a unique tilting feature where the band can be controlled so that it is both uphill and downhill. The treadmill will be placed in a large wind…

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