Hoodrats Edit (Argentina/Chile)

The south american scene is packed with talented skaters that have been putting their bodies on the line for years and are just now beginning to get the exposure they deserve! The Seufferheld brothers and their crew are an amazing example for the high quality blading América del Sur has to offer! Enjoy this awesome edit featuring Beto Cisternas, Hans Fuensalida, Fernando Ambrosio, Agus Santechia, Mariano Villar, Jon Fromm, Jonathan Seufferheld, Sebastian Seufferheld and Javier Seufferheld!

Chile Scene report: Understanding Chile’s cultural diversity makes you understand its skaters

The South American scene has been growing and developing at a very fast pace within the last 4 years, our country is not the exception. We wanted to unify all these aspects in this scene report, in order to showcase all of those who had been true to what we now call freestyle rolling in several cities from our long and narrow country located at the south end of this world.

Brian Aragon, Dre Powell in Chile: first stop of the Razors South America tour

In the rolling world there is a lot of hype on the South America scenes recently. And that's simply justified. The scene below the equator is ripe and thriving right now. Earlier this year we featured the NIMH South America tour through Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru here on be-mag. Now Razors adventures the trip to South America as well. With their first tour stops in Chile they turned a whole national rolling community inside out. Make sure you check out this tour stop and you can already look forward to some more coverage (soon on be-mag exclusively) from this country which ranges over 39 lines of latitude from the North to the South. Thanks to William Lobos and his friends for all the work they put into this update. This update not only features the beauty of our sport, it features the beautiful things that comes with rollerblading: intercultural friendships, memories and experience.


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Competition Report: Miniramp Masters 2012 in Leipzig, Germany

For three years the Skate Association Germany has organized the Grindhouse Miniramp Masters. The German rollerblading club is a nonprofit organization whose members spend their free time voluntary to organize the series across Germany. It takes a strong volunteer effort to set up a nationwide series. In its first year, the Grindhouse Miniramp Masters had five tour stops, mostly held in Northern and Western regions of Germany. The second year’s series spread the five tour stops across a wider area of the country. As a non-profit organization, SAG depends on strong partnerships with its partners to put together the best possible competitions. The Grindhouse Miniramp Masters kicked off with its first tour stop in Leipzig, Germany on April 14th.