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On October 20th the biggest German blade event 2012 will take place in Cologne. Well-known bladers from all over Europe will rock the city. We met the main organizer Marco Sichau to find out where the idea for this event came from and what will make this event new or special.
After suffering the assaults of unfavorable weather on the first 2 stops of the tour, we were hoping to find some good weather down south. It's June 20 and we spent the day on the road again. Torrential rain and weariness does not facilitate the task of our driver, Yannick. He must guide our small group safely to Annecy...
Once again under gray skies we left the English capital towards Dover in order to board the ferry which would take us back to the mainland. The ride was rather good; we played games and we talked about everything and nothing, laughing all the way. After crossing 5 countries and spending approximately 10 hours on the water and the road, we arrived in Germany. Cologne was the second stop of this tour, a destination that also included only one day of skating so we had to be productive.
On December 17th 2011 the German Miniramp Mastership Finals will take place at the Abenteuerhalle in Cologne and Germany's finest transition rollers will come together and battled it out for the crown. Watching this teaser - made by Alexander Stock - will make it easy for you to decide if you join the event or not.
Slightly curved ledges, really nice ground
A kicker that looks like a huge penny
The rail is thicker than normal, run-up is a little bit short
Interesting spot that isn´t easy to skate, 2 kinkrails and a brick-quarter in front of the "Amtsgericht", skateable only on weekends