Australia Street Edit by KAL CREW

Awesome street edit from Australia, filmed in Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney. Featuring some of the best skaters from Down Under such as CJ Wellsmore, Chris Pullar, Danny Jensen, Gavin Drumm, Tom Coley Sowry, Kieran Deans, Matthias Ogger, Josh Nielsen and many more...

Right to Roll 2011: Thomas Dalbis Edit

Featuring Josh Nielsen, Tom Coley Sowry, Gavin Drumm, Rhys Bell, Chris Pullar, Jeremy Dalbis, Guillaume Louis, Nikos Western, Shane Onus and many more, filmed in Australia. Thanks again to Gerard for making it happen!

Competition Report: Australian Rollerblading Open 2012

Back in December, our Aussie correspondents Rob Ham and Simon Kelly hosted the national Australian Rollerblading Open in Canberra. While the northern hemisphere was freezing in the middle of winter, our southern counterparts were melting in the heat with record high temperatures paired with some super technical and intense skating. Check out what went down.

Competition Report: Victorian Titles 2012

It was awesome to see so much interest in this year's Victorian Titles among what is a swelling scene in Oz, with people from every single state both in attendance as well as registered competitors, and have everyone catch up with one another over the weekend and meet and roll with fresh and familiar faces from all over the country.

Right 2 Roll 9 2011 Edit by Bradley Harold Watson

The comp was very much for the big boys only. I didn't want to make a 20min edit which I could have with all the monster tricks that went down. I'm sure you will see in other edits the crazy 900 attempts that Paulie Haack tried and a bunch of other tricks that I didn't have time to squeeze in. -Bradley Harold Watson

Contest Report: 2011 Victorian Inline Skating Titles in Melbourne, Australia

There are two park contests in the Australian rolling scene that have been happening every year for a long time, "The Aussie's" and "The Vics", The Australian Titles being the higher-profile national event that tends to showcase the finest in the country, and the Victorian Titles that hosts the best skating the state of Victoria has to offer, plus whoever else from around the country turns up, and this year was quite an interstate turnout. This tends to be the case these days when it comes to events put on by RollVic, a group of skaters who basically want to see events like these as an opportunity for the sport to grow, for skaters to come together, and for amazing skating to take place. This year's Vic Titles fulfilled exactly those goals, with four of the top five in the Open finals coming other capitol cities.

Danny Jensen: One Minute One Spot

Danny's not a robot, he can take a fall, but he is a machine that shows no fear. His skating is the sort of skating that will get you the enders for two different montages in Be-Mag's 'Featuring The World' DVD a while back. It's the sort of skating where in a contest if he lands the big trick he's going for it'll win the prize for best trick of the day, and if he has a section in a video it'll be the most talked about section in that video. Not that long ago an edit was shared on the web featuring some old footage of Danny skating in his homeland of New Zealand, and the universally positive response throughout the skating world was a testament to his ability to defy what we've come to expect in a person's skating. He's a stuntman that takes risks, and if the spot doesn't call for a stunt he'll still throw down the hardest tricks he can think of. He won't stop until he's landed them, even with no camera around to capture it. Just be grateful Craig was there to capture this session, at the new Rampit Skatepark in Melbourne. But this is only a minute – he can go all night at this place, or any place for that matter. And then there's his Seven Rats part, which is a whole different ball park...

Australian Rolling Open Report with exclusive Be-Mag Edit

This years ARO was one for the locals. CJ Wellsmore, whose exceptional park skating skills are a product of growing up in the Canberra scene, took first place from his close friend Rhys Bell while Danny Jensen came a close third in the countries premiere Rolling Event. Check out this report and an exclusive Be-Mag edit from Dom West!

“Back from the Dead Tour” through Australia

»The "Back From The Dead Tour" consisted of 20 rollers in 3 vehicles going from the "Victorian Titles" in Melbourne on October 23rd, up to the 8th installment of the annual "Right 2 Roll" street contest in Brisbane 7 days later on the 30th, some 2000km/1300miles north.«

Vic Titles 2010 Wrap Up

From Rolling Victoria, the people that brought you the Australian Rolling Open '09 and '10, last year's Goulburn Fruit Jam, and the last few installments of the annual Victorian Titles, this year's event was even more of an interstate affair than it had already become in recent years. In fact an Englishman and a German made up the top 3 in the Open category. People travelled from 6 of the 7 capital cities around Australia to attend a 1 star WRS event that this year returned to Riverslide, a.k.a. "City Park".

Victorian Inline Title 2010

This years Victorian Inline Titles is back from the country skatepark of Ballarat and into the big smoke of Melbourne, Australia. Riverslide or 'City Park' which has hosted previous Australian titles events, which has seen the likes of Chris Haffey and Brian Aragon win crowns, is the chosen venue. To freshen up the park a bit event organizers have decided to build a few new obstacles including the massive 5.2m x 1.1m sub box which you can see on the flyer and in the promo edit.

Announcement: Victorian Inline Titles 2010 on October 23rd

This years Victorian Inline Titles is back from the country skatepark of Ballarat and into the big smoke of Melbourne, Australia. Riverslide or 'City Park' which has hosted previous Australian titles events, which has seen the likes of Chris Haffey and Brian Aragon win crowns, is the chosen venue. To freshen up the park a bit event organizers have decided to build a few new obstacles including the massive 5.2m x 1.1m sub box which you can see on the flyer and in the promo edit...