CJ Wellsmore On Teaching Skateboarding, Euro Trips And Vine Street 2

Our Be-mag issue #38 cover boy and Australian powerhouse CJ Wellsmore has been skating hard down in Sydney during the cool winter months. He's put together some hard hitting clips for you to enjoy, and he took a few minutes to speak with Be-mag exclusively about his working life, skating and the possibility of a Vine Street Part 2.

Vine Gang Dregs by Dom West

Its been a while since Vine Street has been released. Still Dom West is hitting us with amazing footage of the Australian Vine Gang ripping it up everywhere, from Barcelona to Switzerland and of course Down Under. Enjoy...

Vine Gang by Dom West

Did you like Vine Street? If you haven seen it here is a mini Vine street for all those that still need to watch one of the best videos of this year! Props to Dom West for creating this super smooth blading video experience. Enjoy...

Vine St. & Sideshow Rodeo SWISS PREMIERE

So, I've personally been wanting to see Vine St. since the first trailer in 2009. Images was just so clean, and most of the riders were either very old friends or new connaissance. Nevertheless, when Be-Mag told me they could spot me some DVD's, I immediately thought we should do a real Premiere in Geneva Switzerland. The perfect spot for that was our local "Café Du Cinéma", our very own Stephan De Freitas Portuguese Bar.

Vine St. video release – Interview with producer Dom West

It's xmas time - and also time for some big video releases. Valo4Life, Game Theory, Sideshow Rodeo are on the way into your favourite stores or are already there and available to order. So here is the next big release entitled Vine St. The title refers to a street in Sydney which is also home to the main protagonists of this flick. Producer Dom West has been living, filming with the Vine St. residents since 2009. As you can see in the trailer he stacked some amazing footage. Peep it.

WOLFPACK: an interview with Valentin Tuil & Mourad Leuchi

It's rare when a group of rollerbladers put a lot of time, money and effort into crafting together a video project. We're lucky to report that our friends at Arcena did all of the above and created their latest French blade-flick called "Wolfpack". The trailers peaked our interest and we wanted to delve further into the creative process and find out from both the director, Valentin Tuil and the producer, Mourad Leuchi what it took to complete this project.