New Rollerblade 84mm UFS Frame Introduction

Rollerblade are now making their Fusion urban frames available to skaters worldwide. The frames can fit a maximum 84mm wheel size and are made out of aircraft aluminum for strength. Watch Lonnie Francisco capture David Sizemore slicing up the big apple.

Up and Comers: Sean Grossman

New York City and it's surrounding areas have always been a breeding grounds for incredible rollerblading talent. It's arguable that it could be one of the best scenes in the world. In recent years as big name talent has left the area for greener pastures and different opportunities, a new breed of Tri State talent has been getting more shine. The first person that always immediately comes to my mind when I think of New York and blading these past three years is Sean Grossman. Between countless edits of himself and others, his online video 'Peep Game', and his upcoming video 'Big Apple Blade', Sean has single handedly put himself at the forefront of New York City rollerblading media. I have loved watching Sean's progression the past few years, and couldn't be prouder to present to you supreme connoisseur, Long Island resident, style buff, and my very good friend, Sean Grossman.

Egor Loginov: One Minute One Spot

Only the word "controversial" came to mind, when I got asked to write the intro for Egor's One Minute One Spot. Humble and loud at the same time, Egor is truly a myth: silent killer at the spot and the most funny person at your local party, he always keeps it easy while still keeping all of his responsibilities in mind. His skating is on point and tells much more than words. Being one of the most active bladers from Motherland, dude is steadily stacking clips. This summer Egor visited China to work as a skater on some extreme show of sorts, performing in front of public three times a day. This little One Minute One Spot edit was filmed in the evening after one of the working days, and as you can see Egor clearly got his ledge game on lock!

Kevin Kai Yee: Behind the mind.

Kevin "Kenji" Yee can divide rollerbladers' opinions faster than he could divide yo mama's legs, and that's quick. He's recently been causing controversy with his "start loving rollerblading" and "stop hating rollerblading" videos, and slowly sneaking out the mysterious Stay Fakey concept onto the social networks. We caught up with Kenji to find out what we could about what's going on inside his head.