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Iain McLeod has been around for what seems like forever. The 29-year old ninja from California is still shredding hard and recently received a new pro-skate from Razors. He doesn't plan on stopping any time soon: 'I just still love rollerblading too much to quit'.
Back in December, our Aussie correspondents Rob Ham and Simon Kelly hosted the national Australian Rollerblading Open in Canberra. While the northern hemisphere was freezing in the middle of winter, our southern counterparts were melting in the heat with record high temperatures paired with some super technical and intense skating. Check out what went down.
Pittsburgh artist Jeremy Beightol has had a pretty heavy influence on the blading industry over the past decade or more. You've seen his work in collaboration with companies like 4x4, Intuition Skate Shop, Ground Control, Psyko Clothing, his own brainchild Kaspa and now Be-mag.
Daan Hegt can hold it down on blades. He proved that in a big way by reaching the finals of the IMYTA Amsterdam back in 2005. Lately he's been focusing on his other passion: music. We checked in with the born and raised Amsterdammer to find out about his new project called Flash Grimey.
Without Bojd Vredevoogd the Amsterdam Week wouldn't have been possible. Whether it was in the middle of the night or early in the morning Bojd didn't hesitate one second to shoot pictures and contribute all his freetime for the Be-Mag Amsterdam Week 2012. Bojd is the man you can count on when you need a badass shot. Although it's pretty difficult to get a shot of the Red Light District the 26-year old Amsterdam local isn't the one to disappoint or give up. He will find a solution to get things done. Always down to motivate others to give their best and catching the right angles with his analogue camera. Marnix Haak had the chance to talk to him and to ask him about his motives and perceptions on rolling, photographing, girls, party, clothes etc.? Let's go beyond the surface, and investigate what's going on inside his mind. Interview. Start. Now.
Sergio Hasselbaink is one of Amsterdam’s few true wonder boys. He is a unique character on many levels. His swag is absolutely impeccable. Currently, he is experiencing great success with his passion in acting. That face is infamous in the nightly scene of Amsterdam. In short, he is an unstoppable, never-resting soul that does everything with complete passion, interest, and certain sensitivity.
Gijs 'Piss' Peetsold has been an influential blader since the 90s. Sure he can shred, and inspire through blading, but his real strength lies in all the things that make blading badass off the skates. Media, events, brands, developing talented young bladers, he's had his fingers in all those pies. At his ripe age you'd expect him to take it easy, and let skating take the backseat. But no. He and his colleague (Amnon Klein) recently created an epic grindbox across the street from his work, and by doing so got half of the washed up generation of Amsterdam's bladers back on four/eight wheels. All in a day's work for this bald cat owning, single-malt sipping, cigar smoking, poker playing rollerblader. This dude is invaluable, not just for the world of Blading, but especially for those who's life he enriches with kindness, generosity and the ability to criticize everything to an early death. My man Piss.
This is the latest attempt in bringing it back to how it used to be, from the biggest and baddest O.G. in the Amsterdam rolling game. Twenty-plus minutes of no-bullshit hardcore street skating in and around Amsterdam from the Dutch blading hoodlums that you know best: Daan Hegt, Randy Abels, Tyron Ballantine, Terrence Buyne, Ryan Claus, Donny Duracel, Dick Heerkens, Sven Boogie and more of these lovely gents. Handcrafted, cooked up and spiced extra saucy for your pleasure by our shepherd of skating, Remy Cadier. Ajax de beste.
Kevin Lapierre has been on the scene for the past few years skating for Shop-Task and Rollerblade. We caught up with him to see what was new up in freezing cold Canada and he's still shredding the streets. He put together this "Build it, Blade it" section for us to view, check it out.
San Francisco is a visiting skater’s paradise. Besides the spot list that can go on forever provided you have adequate imagination and the ability to bomb 45-degree hills, the night scene is enough to bring your internal bruising up to par with your skating wounds.
Velvet Couch Clothing is proud to announce the launch of their new line for 2012/13. Showcasing 7 new designs and their team.
Alex Ryerson celebrated Thanksgiving with this edit. Check out some New York blading. Shot by Christian Delfino, Ryan Many, Joey Scanella and Sean Agoliati.
The BLadies project is in the making. Photos, videos, interviews, events, reviews and podcasts are what's in store for the BLadies project.
The Force is strong with Adrian Röter. 'Our young Padawan grows up... Be prepared for more', is what Eugen Enin had to say about this profile. Filmed by Dennis Baethke, Pat Schmidt, Patrick Smith and Vlad Litvak. Edit by Vlad Litvak.
The Toronto rolling scene has been through it's up and downs over the past decade. With the emergence and death of it's first skateshop (Dekalz Shop) We once had a scene that was strong, only to find it now in the regrowth stage again. I highly appreciate having the scene in Toronto still alive, and I give thanks to people that contribute to the scene like Shop-Task, and Roll Toronto.
On September 15th, 2012, Rollerbladers from all over New York City and New Jersey came together to show their support for Brian Scott Jr. A local rollerblader whose life was taken too soon on October 12, 2009. This is a small montage dedicated to Brian, with over forty rollerbladers honoring and skating in his memory. Edit by I Roll NY.
The first annual Flow Bowl contest took place in Geneva. Check out Dominik Wagner, Blake Bird, Nils Jansons, Stephan De Freitas and Joey Egan shredding the Swiss concrete. Edit by Shoyu Prod / Ben Shelbourne.
TopSoul Mexico added two new skaters to their team: Cristian Mowli and Jon Pino. Edit by Victor Manuel, filmed by Mauro Rayn Arkano Cerdio and Miguel Reyes.
Hawke Trackler shot and cut this short video of Aaron Pyle in Pittsburgh. Take a peek!
Nick Lomax gave us a tip on an up and comer from London named Keanan Mcgrath. Take a quick peek at this 2 minute edit filmed all around the UK on the Inline camp.
Do you love park contests? Do you love France?
Travis Nabe and the crew out in Surrey, BC will be partying and blading up a storm this weekend.
Time for an epic Street Battle in Salt Lake City, UT! We are meeting up September 9th at We Are One Skatepark to head out to the streets! This is a street battle rollerblade contest. Everyone vs Everyone.