Tags: amsterdam, animal farm, apt, beer hendriks, europe, france, girona, madrid, malaga, marseille, netherlands, paris, randy abels, remy cadier, rollerblading, rolling, sedella, skate, skating, spain, tour
Three Dutchies recently embarked upon a 6.000 kilometer car road trip from Amsterdam through France up to Malaga in Spain and back to Amsterdam. Gas is pretty expensive these days, and they could have traveled by plane - especially in Europe where there's a high amount of low-cost airlines. But check out what you would miss when you decide to travel by plane instead of traveling in a van. For some of us this is the best thing about rollerblading: Traveling with some of your best friends and your skates! Isn't it?
Introduction by Be-Mag
Text by Remy Cadier
Camera & Edit by Remy Cadier
Photography by Randy Abels & Beer Hendriks
Once upon a time there was a Chicken, a Bear and a Meerkat, who all really enjoyed a nice bit of rollerblading. They gathered their flock, and set out on a journey which would bring them to a few skatespots. Unfortunately, due to old age, ill preparation or general laziness, many of the spots were left either undocumented or not even skated at all. The spots which were skated though, were marvellous. The Animal Farm tour 2012 took us from Amsterdam to Madrid, Malaga, Sedella, Madrid again, Girona, Marseille, Apt, and via Paris back to Amsterdam. Over 6000 kilometres and about 4 rolls of duct tape and some blading by Remy Cadier, Beer Hendriks and Randy Abels aka Kip, Beer, Stokstaart.
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