The Gypsy Project: Gypsy Free

This adventure continues the 2012 summer travels of Fredrik Andersson, Josh Glowicki, Richie Eisler and Dominik Wagner as they search through Sweden, Norway and Germany for the best places to skate and hang. And as always, we got some new Gypsies to add to the crew. Some of the most talented people in rollerblading, such as Montre Livingston, Nils Janson, Alex Popovic, Jonas Bodtker, Olav Norheim and Toms Krasovskis! -Josh Glowicki

Roskilde 2013 – Chapter 0 – An Introduction

Berlin - It's 9AM and I crack open the first beer of the day. Excitement is really high and I haven't slept much, woke up way too early with crazy dreams about Denmark. The fastest bowl in Europe, one sick crew of bladers, a week-long party with beautiful girls everywhere, and some of the best music you'd want to hear... Countless fantasies, and more than enough to get anybody just as excited as I am, sipping on some Czech imported Budweiser to cool myself down as I wait for the rest of the crew.

Competition Report: Baltic Games 2012

Baltic Games – the fifth edition of the biggest extreme sports festival in Poland. It is a huge venture with a gigantic skatepark on an international level, plenty of invited guests, and bunch of different attractions for visitors. At the same time it is another great opportunity to show blading to outsiders in a good light. What can be said about the BG 2012?

Scandinavian Real Street Championships 2011 Contest Report

We had a good hour of session, and the sign-ins of skaters in the competition was finally over. The new spot at the SEB buildings was just as we expected it to be: great for rollerblading. The surface made of smooth concrete turning and tossing like a river down a lazy sloped hill, with the occasional curb to skate and a big two meter gap in the ending made it a rollerblading fantasy.

Jacob Juul took the RSC Stockholm 2011

This year's RSC Stockholm competition was taken by Jacob Juul. The Danish powerhouse loves to grind handycap rails with high speed and doesn't fear to rock the big shit on drop rails. Have fun watching the edit.

One Minute One Spot: Ralf Monnerup

Ralf Monnerup is an upcoming talent from Denmark. He recently won the Camp 42 competition again. He went out that one chilly autumn day just to skate some sweet steet spots when he came up with the idea of making a One Minute One Spot edit for Be-Mag. It just took 10 to 15 minutes to film this great edit. Lean back and enjoy the show.

SRSC Copenhagen 2010

The SRSC Copenhagen took place last weekend. Skaters from all over Scandinavia as well as some US-celebrities (Demetrious George and Billy O'Neill) attended this traditional Realstreet event and skated their ass off. Check out the edit and the pictures (taken by Kenneth Nguyen).