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!

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!

Canberra Road Trip by Dom West

Canberra road trip edit by Dom West. Blading from Cj Wellsmore, Craig Brocklehurst, Rhys Bell, Danny Jensen, Hadrien Bastouil, Lil Tom and Kayd Anderson.

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.

In the Know: CJ Wellsmore

Although relatively new to the spotlight, CJ has had wheels under his feet since the beginning, and has been competing internationally for over a decade. Starting at such a young age and skating in the shadows of Australian legends like Cesar Mora and Matt Salerno has left CJ with an unmistakable natural style for skating, especially on transition. Since returning to his blades in 2005 – after a short break for beach lifestyle – in just a few years, CJ has refined his skills and established himself as one of the worlds top bladers. CJ's skills on the blades are undeniable, even to the outsider's eye, but what makes his skating even more enjoyable to watch is the fact you can tell how much he loves it. CJ still has the same passion for skating as he did when he first started, which I think is what's needed to inspire the next generation of skaters.

ARO 2011 Live updates #2

It's taken some time but it's worth it. Well, maybe not because of some technical hassles and wireless broadband not being great in the bush Capital. Some pics and clips from through the heats. Headcam thanks to Gav Drumm and Liquid Image.

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...