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Slamm Jamm Edit

The first edit of the Slamm Jam has been made already by Sven Boekhorst (2nd place after Nick Lomax).Check it out on his website:http://www.svenboekhorst.com/ne... Read More...

Rampworx’s Slamm Jamm 13 is near

Remember Slamm Jamm 13? It’s coming again! UK’s best skaters in UK’s biggest park Rampworx for three days. This is one of the biggest rollerblading events in the UK. Sounds like you are not going to miss this.... Read More...

SLAMMJAMM XII in 6 Minutes

It’s usually hard to capture everything that happens at any event and then get all that into one single edit. But when you have 5 photographers who between them took over 1000 images from the weekend, it’s a possibility you can see everything is still form. Here is a 6 min slideshow of SJXII from start to finish taking in the pre event, Newblood, Open, Female sessions, Tradeshow, UKRA & Winners ceremony and all important afterparty antics.... Read More...

Rampworx Spotlight: Matty Lavelle by Richard Johnson

Last week we caught up with one of the freshest young talents in the skatepark, 14 year old Matty Lavelle. But dont let his age fool you this kid has some serious skills. This is his first edit and im sure it will not be his last and he did not hold back. There where so many tricks that he wanted to do but we're gonna save them for next time. Matty recently placed 1st in the Slamm Jamm Amateurs contest and has already registered for the Laced contest at Rampworx on February 4th 2012. Enjoy! -Richard Johnson... Read More...

Checking in with Edwin Wieringh

If you are into European Rollerblading, you might have come across the Amsterdam local Edwin Wieringh. Dutch, cleanest style ever, textbook truespin topsouls, always in a good mode and full of power – those are just some characteristics for a guy who loves Rollerblading more than anything else in his life and that often shreds the Amsterdam streets just by himself. There are some Rollerbladers in our industry that are known worldwide for their extraordinary talent although they have never won an international contest title. Edwin Wieringh has been one of those people – at least until the weekend of June 11th 2011 when he took the Chaz Sands Invite 2011 Amateur comp. When we got the results from our local media team there was a big "Halleluja!" going on in the office. It was just a matter of time that Edwin would win an international recognized contest. We thought that's reason enough to catch up with the Dutch super dude. Curtains up for Edwin "from hell" Wieringh.... Read More...