‘Lost Transmissions’: A Video by James Sharp

Over the past 18 months or so I've been filming a fair few things, which I had initially hoped to use in some sort of project of my own. But after donating a few to various people to use online, and losing around 40% of what I had when my hard drive blew up, I decided it was probably time to make a little something before the footage was too dated. -James Sharp

NYC Street Invite: Final Competitors List & Wildcard Nominations

The time has come and the final competitor list for the 2011 NYC Street Invitational is finished. We have taken our time choosing the absolute best street skaters from all over the world to bring to New York City and we think we have a pretty amazing competitor list put together. Now onto those Wild Card spots that we have promised: Due to the nature of the competition we will not have time for a qualifications or Amateur competition. Our main priority is to give those invited to the event every opportunity to shred what we will be putting in front of them. We will be accepting suggestions for the 5 remaining Wild Card spots for the NYC Street Invitational. The top 5 submitted bladers will be invited to the competition. One submission per person so choose wisely.

Piotrek Combrznski Interview + Exclusive “Sky Is The Limit” Preview

There are few bladers from Poland that are known internationally – Piotrek Combrzynski is one of them. Super humble and quiet as a person yet a beast as a rollerblader. As a teenager he polished his skills at many skateparks in Europe just to bring them to the street now and amaze us with his solid style, confidence and consistency. Piotrek is one of those people who makes session really fun and amusing, he will always come to you after you land anything and give you props! After a long brake in 2010 caused by the collar injury, Piotrek made a smooth come back with his Bristol edit (made by Canislatrans) and now, thanks to Be-mag, you will have a chance to get more insight into Piotrek's past, present and future!

LocoSkates LoveScotland Tour Announcement

Without wanting to do too much self-trumpet-blowing, it has occurred to me that our team at LocoSkates is an outstanding collection of UK rollerblading talent. It's also occurred to me that we have alot of fun when we travel. Nor did it slip my mind that Scotland is not only a great market for us at LocoSkates.com, but is full of killer street spots, incredible skateparks and inspired, pro-active, hospitable people. The LocoSkates LoveScotland tour had to happen.

LocoSkates LoveScotland Tour 2011

For the first time all together, the LocoSkates team will tour from 9th - 17th April. We will be paying our friends north of the border a visit and touring Scotland. East Kilbride, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dumbarton along with a warm-up stop at the Noiya Jam in Sheffield on the 9th.

2nd Stop – Mind The Gap 2010

The 2nd stop took place in Hertogenbosch at a free HipHop Festival. So they had the best live music and a big crowd all day long. Check out the edit...

1st stop Mind The Gap – Breakfest Festival (June 19th)

The first MTG stop was held at an urban lifestyle festival in the south of Holland, near the German border. The location is the Megaland which is in the city Landgraaf. The festival exposes different lifestyles such as: Beat-boxing, Graffiti, Skateboarding, BMXing and of course Rollerblading. Unique at this year's festival is the fact that the Mind the Gap will also host an BMX contest on its setup. Mind the Gap couldn’t have a better festival to start this year’s tour.

NASS Festival 2010

Our friends at Kingdom are running the inline event at the Relentless NASS festival once again and will be bringing you live updates from the fields of Somerset, UK throughout the weekend.

Show of Force: The Conclusion

The Conference just posted the final edit from the Show of Force tour that hit Spain the last weeks. Definitely check this one out, lots of hammers...

Noiya Jam 2010 Promo.

This is a sweet promo edit for the Noiya Jam 2010 which is going to take place on the 24th April at the House Skatepark in Sheffield. Nick Lomax,...

Official Be-Mag Winterclash 2013 Edit by Remy Cadier

On Saturday evening, a simple scarf helped Dominik Wagner throw down a hammer so big, Thor got jealous. Charging over and over at a safety barrier-handrail-quarter transfer was getting frustrating, until a CampHolland hooligan ran up. He threw the legendary Svenergy scarf around Dominik's neck and the result? A thousand shouting, partying rollerbladers and one of the gnarliest tricks of the day. The perfect moment for Sven Boekhorst's final Winterclash and a main highlight of the event.