Northwest Summertime Park Jams with Cameron Talbott, Justin Barr, Brandon Mateer and More

Did you know Montana and Idaho had skate scenes? Yeah, me neither, until I met some of these guys over the summer on The Colorado Road Trip. I could sit here and talk them up but I’ll let their skating speak it all. This edit has some bangers, some flow, a good vibe, and some serious personality. In person it all gets even better. Check out this little summer jam and remember what it’s all about.

Cameron Talbott’s ‘Home, sweet Home!’ Edit by Brian Sorg

After living a gypsy lifestyle, I finally have returned back home to Montana, my home! My first weekend home my good friend Brian Sorg and I put together this little edit that I hope you will enjoy. Brandon Mateer also added some kind words to this piece that he felt were necessary. After traveling to the other side of the world and back with many other stops back home in the states it's the greatest feeling to be back to Montana!

On falling: #1

Ian Ball shines a spotlight on a strictly taboo subject in blading. We've all experienced the pain of it, we see it happen to others and look away, or stare and laugh. It happens to our favourite pros, whether we like to think about it or not, and it makes rubber-boned groms into hardened shredders. Time to learn more about the beast we call falling down.

On falling: #1

Ian *** shines a spotlight on a strictly taboo subject in blading. We've all experienced the pain of it, we see it happen to others and look away, or stare and laugh. It happens to our favourite pro's, whether we like to admit it or not, and it makes rubber-boned groms into hardened shredders. Time to learn more about the beast we call falling down.

Photographer Profile: Dale Travers

Dale Travers has been photographing skating since 1996 and has been travelling all over the world to shoot his photos. He is currently living in Brisbane, Australia, but has spent time living in London, and has seen large portions of Europe and the United States. He is currently working on improving his skill by working for a big commercial photography company, and meanwhile still has time to work on his personal projects.