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Adrian Deck is way more awesome than Google Translate. The latter never won Winterclash, shredded the hell out of multiple handrails at once, or made the following badass blading edit. Adrian took the time to talk to us about skating, social media, anger, pain and his home country. Thanks a million to Adrian, for taking the time for this interview, for ripping hard and for letting us see him do it. No thanks at all to Google, because me and Adrian made this readable our damn selves.
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.
It's not really hard to forget the first time that I met Sam, it must have been over ten years ago now at Chi park. I remember watching this little guy, barely pushing 4' 9", tearing up the park almost fearlessly in what I can only assume were his dad's clothes, with more enthusiasm than I had ever seen at that forsaken place.
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.
WRS Uploaded 2012 is in full effect. Over the next three weeks top ranked skaters from the WRS and recognized bladers from all over will show off their skills in 60-second edits. A fan favorite will be crowned and six judges will pick the final winner. We let co-organizer Daniel Kinney shed some light on this fresh video-contest.
Seba Skates surprised everyone back in September when they announced that they were working on an aggressive skate with CJ Wellsmore. The company seemingly came out of nowhere and picked up one of the heavy hitters in rollerblading right away. Everyone's been anxiously awaiting the release of CJ's mysterious first pro model skate ever since. We checked in with Anthony Finocchiaro for an update.
The third installment of Yinzer Blading wraps up both the YB trilogy and my time in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For over seven years, I have been an honorary Yinzer, and this online project is my parting gift to those who explored the city with me. Exploring Pittsburgh is what this video is really about. Our crew has seen more of the City of Pittsburgh than most people who have lived there since birth.
Polish powerhouse Piotrek Combrzynski has been blading since he was 10. He went from skating nothing but vert to being a parkrat and then discovered the endless possibilities of skating street. At 24 he continues to push himself, despite some nasty injuries.
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.
From our Canadian friends Shop Task up North in Toronto, Erik Burrow (Remz Flow) put together a complete section filled with street, park and bowl skating.
Hedonskate rider Mats-Kaarel Ruus just dropped this edit featuring streetskating on the streets of Estonia, Latvia and Finland, edited by Przemek Madej.
Zane Cook gathered up a bunch of clips and Hawke Trackler poured them into this edit. Filmed by Sean Grevencamp, Kyle Wood, Bradley Wilson and Hawke Trackler.
Circolo introduced their team for 2013. Check out some fresh clips from Louie Zamora, Omar Wysong, Yuri Botelho and Russell Day.
Alex Ryerson celebrated Thanksgiving with this edit. Check out some New York blading. Shot by Christian Delfino, Ryan Many, Joey Scanella and Sean Agoliati.
Check out some Halloween nighttime cruising by Cody Lampman. Shot by Kris Troyer, Nate Hall & Tim Adams. Edit by Kris Troyer.
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.
Connaire Skerritt, Colm Sealy, Juan Carvajal, Luke Terry, Louis Packham, Scott Blackmore, Henri Johnson and Si Parsons spent an eventful 10 days in Barcelona consisting of lots of skating, jokes and beer. Check out the edit to see what went down.
Mathias Silhan filmed an edit in Portugal to promote his new skate from Razors. Take a look at the teaser and watch out for the full video here on Be-Mag.com next summer!
On November 25th, there will be a Street Jam in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The event will move through three street locations and eventually wind up at a skatepark for the final section. If you are from the UAE you may want to join the gathering.
Skater: Erik Burrow
Trick: Mute 180
Skater: Matt Alway
Trick: Fast Tap Topacid
Photographer: Sam Cooper
Location: Downham Market, UK
Skater: Kevin Baguley
Trick: makio 180
Photographer: Nic Hemington
Location: Keswick / Canada
Skater: Sean Hunter
Trick: zero royale
Photographer: Nic Kytlica
Location: Hillsboro / USA
Skater: shane chapman
Trick: true a/o top soyale
Photographer: adam everington
Trick: fs farv
Photographer: koen verschooren
Biggest skatepark in Singapore featuring a medium height bowl with spine, a big bowl, street courses and a huge number of curbs. The entrance is free and the park is open until 10PM.
If you are in Stone Mountain (USA) looking for some ultimate curb experience, the DeShong Skate Plaza is the place to be. The skatepark is without any transition, but is well equipped with most of the obstacles for any street skater.