If you google Jeremy Soderburg you won’t find much but a good amount of online edits. And after watching a few of them you will quickly realize that this guy performs on a technical level like only a few can, while making it look easy and totally controlled. On the USD website it says that Jeremy is in the flow team and since about a year he got his spot on the Undercover AM team. Watching more of his edits one starts wondering when his name will appear in the higher ranks of a company… Time to check his ride.

Boot: USD Carbon 4
Wheels: Undercover CJ wheels
Bearings: Undercover
Frames: Kizer fluid 4
Liner: USD
Cuff: Grey
Buckle: Metal Buckle
Soul Plates: Grey
Backslide Plate: Grey

Describe your personal blade set up:
Carbon 4 blades, lightest and most comfortable skate in my opinion, or any carbon for that matter, I still ride Carbon 2’s and 3’s as well. Fluid frames, simple with a wide grove, Undercover wheels because I don’t break them constantly.

What parts do you wear through the quickest:
I guess soul plates probably, they still last a while but I tend to royal retarded obstacles that wear them out.

What part do you break most often:
I don’t believe I’ve broken anything on those skates.

Which parts are you paranoid about breaking:
Nothing really haha. Wheels exploding for some reason maybe.

What spares/tools do you keep in your backpack:
Allen wrenches

Where do your parts go once you are done with them:
I change parts pretty often so i usually just keep em and put them on something else later, or ill hook one of the homies up if they need em.

Flat or Freestyle:
Freestyle. I’m a cheater

Anything you plan to change on you current setup:
I get bored fast so I’ll probably change the color way some time soon.

About The Author

Johannes Jacobi
Editor in chief

Organiser of Winterclash / Summerclash, Co-Founder of Blading.info and Editor-in-Chief of Be-Mag (print&online).