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“It’s alright, just my fingers innit!” That statement came from Jake Ricketts, after falling far and fast to the concrete, breaking two fingers and going back to nail the trick and the AM first place. It pretty much sums up the badassery that rollerblading in general and the UK scene in particular is so proud of, and it was on full display at Laced weekend.
It's about 6am in the morning, I am with Nicolas Auroux and Mathieu Heinemann in this train bringing us to the meeting spot of the 3rd edition of the famous Nomades Tour. We are the first to arrive, quickly followed by Warren Digne and Robert Guerrero. Finally Mathias Silhan and Stefan Horngacher are here after a hard night partying...It's a rainy first day on our way to Calais, taking a ferry-boat to Britain's south coast.
Razors UK Rider Scott Quinn flowing with style for his warm up for the Chaz Sands Invite 2011. Quinny will be competing in this years Pro Comp after winning SlammJamm 2010.
Remz Pro skater Franky Morales has already been killing the new A box in preparation for tomorrows contest.
Razors Pro skater Brian Aragon got to the skatepark a day early to get some practice in on the new obstacles.
David McNamara talks to Matty Dearden, the Creative Director of Rampworx Skatepark in Liverpool and driving force behind some of Europe’s most important competitions including the Chaz Sands Invitational. Matty Dearden is living proof that it is...
The guys over at Revolution Skatepark, in the United Kingdom, are building a brand new indoor section as we speak. The former outdoor section, which was only open for six months a year, is being moved to a brand new extension to the main building. The new section has over 5000 square feet of ramps and a spectator area. It contains a 32 feet wide mini-ramp, spine, volcano, 15 feet vert wall, driveway and assorted beginner ramps. The new ramps cater for abilities of all levels, right from absolute beginners to professional riders. They have been designed and built by Revolution's own construction manager, Tim Hoy, who has over 10 years of ramp building experience under his belt. The Revolution Skatepark has planned the opening on March 31st. So if you are around, make sure to check it out!
This edit will instantly make your heart pump faster. The crazy mental tricks in this video are sure to hype you up and go out to lace your sickest trick on the closest obstacle available. Probably the bathtub curb or something. No seriously, Scott Quinn, Mark Burling, Conor Harkin, Bryan Harkin, Steve Swain, and Craig Harrison are using the Unit 23 Skatepark to the fullest and Chaz Sands managed to capture it all and mix it into this epic video.
Park Clips from five sweet sessions at Portland Skatepark in Portland, UK. Skating by Hemmel Hempstead, Glastonbury, and Mounte Hawke. Enjoy!
Hotmilk Films presents 'City and the Seed'. A film that captures a group of friends rollerblading in London, UK. Directed by Matt Watta and edited by Wim Cleiren. Skating by Leon Humphries, Julian Coulter, Blake Bird, Matt Watt, Neil Ingall, Peter Bexley, James Bower, Andrew Halls, and Matt Chilvers. Enjoy!
Matty Watky presents a collection of clips from Nick Lomax filmed in 2010 and 2011. These are Nick's sickest tricks edited in three and a half minute. Hit play and enjoy!
Join LocoSkates, the UK's most notorious skate team, plus friends, on the 2011 LoveScotland Tour. Don't miss out on Erik Bailey grinding shit, Nick Lomax jumping off shit, Joe Atkinson falling into shit and a bunch of sick guys not really giving a shit. Featuring the talents of Nick Lomax, Elliot Stevens, Leon Humphries, Dan Ives, Joe Atkinson, Sam Tuffnell, Dan Collins, and special guests Chaz Sands, and Erik Bailey.
This is the first in another instalment of edits from Ukskate.com. This time it is the Ukskate Trick List edit. First off with Ukskate Local Matt Bardsley.
The winter has set yet again in Scotland. Gary Cullen, Keir Lindsay, Andy Mills, and Alex Agnew ignored the cold and went out to have a great session anyway. Check how they did in the edit by Scottish Rolling below.
Stephen Swain has just released a new edit. Blading in the UK Skate Park, he drops some of the cleanest and smoothest tricks. It all looks so effortless. Right there is the definition of style.
For the past two years Rollcam has been travelling around the UK shooting their latest movie, Rollcam The Film. The hard work, falls, rough sleeping, and long trips are about to pay off. The film's completion is just around the corner. Get a bangin' sneak preview in this trailer, starring Joe Atkinson and Elliot Stevens.
After the massive success of last year's event, Noiya Clothing is once again organizing its annual rollerblade jam at The House Skatepark, Sheffield. Mike Welland will be back in town to defend his title from last year, he walked away with the fir...
Rampworx will once again be hosting a FREE Summer Clinic, in partnership with Merseyrail, Merseytravel and C.A.L.M. The clinic will take place during the school holidays for 3 days, July 27th/28th/29th. Each day will see a different sport take pl...
There will be the Rollkings competition at the EK skatepark in Glasgow on December the 5th.
Noiya Clothing is continuing to organise its annual rollerblade jam at The House Skatepark, Sheffield. The event was won by Alex Burston last year who walked away with the first prize of £300 cash, closely followed by Nick Lomax in second with his £150, and Steve Swain in third winning £75. Since winning last April Alex has gone on to have a stellar year, picking up major sponsorship from Razors. We hope to have him in attendance again this year to defend his title. Rumour has it that Mike Welland might also be about to attempt to regain his title from 2009.
The summer is around the corner which means it's nearly time for the second official West Coast Clash competition. After last years success we have fortunately been able to up the prize purse even more, totaling at a whopping £2800.00 making us one of the largest paid comps in the UK.
Pull out your Droids and iPhones, open up that calendar app, and set November 20th on high- reminder alert because Rollkings.com is hosting the second annual Believe in Blading Jam. The event will be held at the Transgression Skatepark in Edinburgh. The name alone should get the fire lit in your gut because if you can't believe in blading, then you shouldn't be here. Represent your sport and make it out for this one. There will be under-16, am, and girls sections for the comp with a lot of prizes for the taking. Last year's RollKing event was a day jam-packed with insane skating, so you certainly do not want to miss this one.
To celebrate over a decade of Ground Control frames, comes the film to define a generation. The UK Premiere of the much anticipated Ground Control DVD, a film by local Simon Mulvaney. The premiere is on December 9th at the Rampworx Skatepark in Liverpool, United Kingdom.