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In this new Be-Mag series we'll be zooming in on the sessions that some of your favorite bladers are having right in their hometowns. Brian Bruno was more than happy to provide us with the first Hometown Session, straight out of Bloomingdale, Illinois.
Be-Mag brings you another prize raffle! This time we have teamed up with one of the longest running companies in the business, Scribe Industries. We will be giving away three sets of Scribe Jon Robinson pro wheels! What to do to get them? Proceed.
It's Thursday and we found John Fromm ripping through the park warming up for the upcoming weekend. Here are some quick clips and short interview with John as he plans to take home the hammer at Bitter Cold Showdown 2012.
We are proud to announce the completion of Be-Mag Issue 38. The magazine has now arrived in shops and news stands worldwide. Here's a flip-through of Issue 38 for your enjoyment!
We are proud to announce the completion of Be-Mag Issue 38. The magazine will start shipping this week. We will be posting some more teasers throughout the week. Here's a few double page spreads for your enjoyment!
We are proud to announce the completion of Be-Mag Issue 38. The magazine will start shipping this week. We will be posting some more teasers throughout the week.
Daniel Fabiano has become a household name in the rollerblading industry through years of dedication. From East to West, Daniel "Fabs" has gained his reputation not only as an Amatuer blader but also a young entrepreneur, owning his first clothing company at the age of fifteen. As the owner of Con.Artist Brand and the infamous Scribe Industries, Fabiano has earned a royal seat in rollerblading as one of the sports most dedicated brand owners! Enjoy the second installment of Scribefile as Fabs shreds through the East Coast since his move from Minnesota over a year ago.
The New York City scene has recently lost an asset but at the same time the San Diego gained one. Born and raised in Belleville, NJ, Tim Franken has been blading for about eleven years. As a young athlete looking for new opportunities, Franken saw the chance to move out to California with his brother in order to pursue his real passion in life: Rollerblading.
Over the past couple of years, the Tri-State Area (New York, New Jersey and Connecticut) has lost too many indoor skate parks to count. From Hackettstown in New Jersey to the infamous Academy Skate Park in Connecticut; we have lost too many indoor parks due to lack of funding and support. We have endorsed endless hours of blading and hard earned cash to spend late Sunday nights lacing tricks in local parks. Kids grow up in these facilities and inevitably they have to watch the place they were raised in get torn down to the ground. One of our last surviving indoor Skate Parks in the Tri-State Area is Shield's Skate Park in Flemington, NJ. Run by Mr. Shields himself, the park has gained a large community of rollerbladers from all over the Tri-State Area. Bladers assemble every Thursday night for a balls-to-the-wall session of stunts and filming/photography sessions. The park certainly favors rollerblading with a huge half pipe, tons of round coping, and creative transitions. Amazing skaters such as Franco Cammayo, Erick Rodriguez and Dave Lang (and so many more) have thrown down some of the most unbelievable lines I have ever seen.
Founded in 1992, Scribe was a big player in the glory days of blading with a larger number of product available for the skaters needs. Scribe Industries is now growing into its 3rd year from the rebirth of the business since 1998. It took 2.5 years to solidify a full Pro team, and select Ams that work hard, have great determination, and are valuable assets to both the team and our industry. In this article we try to shed light on what’s going on at the company right now, what product they currently offer, which riders they support and what they’re up to for 2011.
Mr. Fromm definitely exceeded limitations in this piece! Perfection and control should be his real first and middle name. Check out this edit, it surely is one for the books. Support Jon and Scribe Industries by purchasing the new Signature AM v1 wheel now available around the globe! -Daniel Fabiano, Scribe Industries
Scribe Urethane is coming out with two new wheels for 2013. One sports the names of their Amateur Team and the other is the first Signature Wheel for their new Pro Team Rider Brett Dasovic.
Kirill has been a shining example of how hard work, dedication and professionalism pays off. Since being added to the Scribe family in 2011 he has boosted international sales in his region, represents the brand world-wide at every event he attends, and proves to keeping pushing his own limitations and boundaries for the growth of our sport. Keep your eyes on Kirill Galushko, for he is a stepping stone for international visibility and growth. -Daniel Fabiano, Scribe Industries owner
Scribe Industries presents their new Colin Kelso, Kirill Galushko and Casey Bagozzi pro wheels in time for the holidays! Contact your local skate shop for sale inquiries!
Scribe Industries relaunched their website and it turned out well! Check out all their product and maybe have a look at the team section, too...
Anyone reckless enough to tell Josh Ulrichsen to bend his knees more? No? Good...
With summer coming to a close I decided to throw everything Bruno delivered over the spring and summer months. Enjoy style and flawlessness in your face holes! -Daniel Fabiano, Scribe Owner
Tim's dedication to the sport and skate culture is bar none and his recent competition track record over the last 18 months is direct proof. -Daniel Fabiano, Scribe
Check out Jon Fromm's 'Hope Dies Last' section, directed by Alex Beaupre! Jon rides for Razors, Jug, Scribe, Create Originals, and Asphalt Beach Skateshop.
Eric is an east coast renegade! Mr. Miller is always pushing his boundaries, building the most incredible spots, and overall just enjoying rollerblading in every regard. A definite pioneer of the east coast. Mr. Miller always seems to turn heads. Start spinning yours and gander over this edit. -Daniel Fabiano
Over the past couple of years, the Tri-State Area (New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut) has lost too many indoor skate parks to count. From Hackettstown in New Jersey to the infamous Academy Skate Park in Connecticut; we have lost too many indoor parks due to lack of funding and support. We have endorsed endless hours of blading and hard earned cash to spend late sunday nights lacing tricks. Kids grow up in these parks and inevitably they have to watch the place they were raised in get torn down to the ground.