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Against all odds, photographer Mathieu Hennebert and myself arrived in Nykobing on Friday, March 8th, around 5PM and 4 hours late. It only took a cruise on a ferry, too many hours sitting on a bus and an unexpected train ride to make it there. Sweet. City wasn't cold yet, but that wouldn't last too long. Thankfully, the great folks over at RAD were kind enough to put together an amazing weekend to warm up the atmosphere!
Razors recently release their latest full length DVD titled "Children Of The Future". We spoke with our Frenchy Fries colleague Freddy White and asked him to shed some light on the digital flick produced by Erick Rodriguez.
After the long awaited release of Brian Moore's City Never Sleeps last year, here is yet more proof of how healthy the scene is in Texas. Thus, Anthony Medina brings the world Dag Days, and Be-Mag brings you the review. Be-Mag brings you the review, as well as this exlusive Dag Days promo edit produced by the man himself, Anthony Medina".
It's been a little while now, since the seventh edition of the NL Contest took place in the lovely city of Strasbourg. But trying to reminisce everything that went down on this great week-end isn't the hardest part about doing this write-up for Be-Mag. See, I sure remember a few tricks that went down, some mind-blowing stuff even, but you've already seen them all in the various edits that showed up online afterward. That's what the Internet is great for, watching a contest that just took place on the other side of the planet, in a matter of just a few hours. Reading about it, on the other hand...
A couple of weeks ago we were sent a DVD with the sounding name 'TIME'. Return address was somewhere in France. Unprejudiced as we truly are we popped the video in and... were really impressed. 'TIME' is not only put together really well, it also showcases French blading in a way that got us juiced for more. We recommend this DVD to anyone, but especially to the folks out there that rely on the mistaken interpretation that the French are all about spin to win.
The World Rolling Series has introduced a new addition to their already successful competitive format. 'Uploaded', a online video format, allows competitors from around the world to upload their own edits in order to win prizes and points within WRS. It combines the concepts of mass generated edits over the recent years with people who want to compete in a different scope. There are those who express their riding best in front of crowds under the pressure of direct competition, which in the past have been the ones able to succeed in a competitive nature. Now, those who work best in front of the camera at their own pace have the opportunity to find competitive success where it did not exist before. WRS representatives Daniel Kinney and Kato Mateu got together with Be-Mag with the intention of answering some questions and cracking open all that is 'Uploaded.'
The idea for the Breakfast Club Tour was to rock Belgium and France in a van fully loaded with nine skaters. We ended up leaving Amsterdam with only the four of us in a VW Con-fucking-vertible off to Belgium. Arne Elgersma, Bojd Vredevoogd, Marnix Haak and Robbert Snijder. Our tour planner Bojd spent the last few weeks looking for the finest, most ghetto abandoned places to get some unique footage for the DVD. The first weekend we ended up skating an old pool, a theme-park and spent the night in a creepy half demolished hotel called 'Kosmos'. Exploring these places at midnight was a great adventure by itself.
There is one great satisfaction I had when I finally got to watch the Rolling Rock DVD: I did so on an actual TV screen, and not on my shitty laptop as usual. I had only one regret: the fact that my TV screen isn't even bigger!
Since the WRS finals were such a great event and we don't want you to forget about this, we are running an additional photo article update. Freddy White ("Frenchy Fries") who just got back from his 6-weeks trip through the States hooked us up with his personal view on the WRS finals.
Be-Mag sent Pat Leal and Freddy White (aka Frenchy Fries) to the Hoedown 2010 to cover the event for us. Pat Leal just released the official edit. Peep it.
The FrenchyFries editors always have a keen sense for the good stories. You remember the guy that ran nude through the Winterclash 2010 venue? Well, this guy went on a trip to the states. And of course he streaked again.
Another fresh talent discovered by our good friends at FrenchyFries. Happy to see new faces in the game. We promise, you will see Fabio's face more often.
Shock and Frenchy Fries are joining forces to invite you to a friendly shred session throughout the streets of downtown San Francisco. No contest or prize giving, just an occasion to get together in the heart of the city and prove that the « rollerblading fad » is far from being dead. Come meet them at 9PM at the infamous Embarcadero spot this next Friday, and enjoy a great time along fellow rollerbladers!
Once again, the FISE proved to be an incredible reunion of talents, not only on the course, but also behind the lens of our photographers and friends. Thanks to their amazing work, today we are proud to present our report on the 14th edition of th...
The guys from Frenchy Fries have prepared a nice story about the infamous Gladiator Contest at the le Hangar skatepark in Nantes. Expect some top notch pictures (taken by Greg Mirzoyan) as well as a good write up (by Frenchy Fries' finest Freddy W...
Want some frenchy fries with that? Oui.
Freddy White from France visited the Roc City Skaters and they went to the BCSD together. Check out this little edit...
A bunch of crazy fuckers skating park (Lille, Sint Niklaas, etc). Featuring Stéphane "Mos" Mosselmans, Clément "Timon" Boucau, Guillaume Debuf, Idir Ounchiouene, Quentin Mandron, Ilia Koutchoukov,Cl&eac...
Freddy White posted another profile of a French Skater. Check out Quentin Mandron's profile.