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Jeremy Raff: Drawing Lines

It is always interesting to come across people whose skating directly mirrors their personality, Jeremy Raff is one of those people. When first meeting Raff he will want to know everything about you. He will know exactly who you are and your life story within a day and keep digging things out of you your entire friendship. How he approaches you is very up front but with the most elegance that you won't even notice that he now knows enough to write, direct and film a documentary on your existence. Jeremy's skating is very in your face and ornate all at the same time. Most people have yet to see Raff skate because it was not until recent years that video recording technology could capture such top speeds on rollerblades. At mach 10 you will see such precision in every trick but with the potential danger at speeds that high and his signature action face he gives you the perfect hint of crass. Jeremy has become a very close friend over the years and if you ever have chance of spending time with him you will find yourself wanting to know him as much as he wants to know you.... Read More...

Photographer Profile: Piotr Glodzik

At Be-Mag, we like a good photo. But who are the guys that put in the work to bring you the the hottest images from the skating world? With our 'Photographer Profiles' we want to shed light on those people. In this article, Piotr Glodzik talks about how he started taking pictures, where his hobby has taken him so far and so on. Of course, he also shares with us some of his best images. ... Read More...

Traitement nominated for Danish Adventure Film Festival

The Be-Mag production 'Traitement' by Jonas Hansson has been nominated for the Adventure Film Festival in Copenhagen, Denmark. The film will be competing with other adventure features like 'The Art of Flight', the most expensive Snowboard film ever produced, as well as the highly praised Mountain Biking piece 'LifeCycles', which also pushed production value for extreme sport flicks to new heights. ... Read More...

In the Know: Don Bambrick

Don Bambrick is a class act. Not only does he rip when he blades, but he can also beat some ass on a ping-pong table… a pool table… or a dartboard. Just not on a poker table... On any regular day, you might find him babysitting his nieces with his lady, working around the house, or cheering on the Red Wings. Don’s blading reflects an athlete’s precision along with an artist’s passion; he has an excellent eye. He is closing 2011 with the most refined USD Carbon yet, and entering 2012 with a no-holds-bar section for VX. Blading is on the up and up, and Don is right there with it. ... Read More...

Tom Sharmans &? (And?)

&? is a short film about rollerblading produced by Tom Sharman. Tom has decided to release the full video online for free for your viewing pleasure. Kick back with a cuppa and enjoy. ... Read More...

Jacob Juul is back on track

One of the most memorable blading moments I had this year was at the Pony Cup (Danish Championships) in March. I heard that my friend Jacob was rolling again after a one year break because of a knee surgery. He told me that he was only planning on cruising around a bit and having fun being back on his wheels. Obviously I was looking forward to seeing that.... Read More...

Wake Schepman: Drawing Lines

Wake Schepman isn't the future of skating he is the now. I've seen him mature over the last 3 years into one of the best up and coming bladers in our industry. Not only does his skills go beyond most skaters years older, he has the marketability and personality of a true professional. This will be obvious very soon to the masses if it isn't already. ... Read More...

Jeremy Soderburg: Drawing Lines

Wether it be his immaculate shoe collection, distinct style of blading or his persistent attitude to be on his game, Jeremy truly keeps it clean and professional. With an undeniable love for rollerblading and no sign of slowing down – yet the opposite with his move up to AM on undercover wheels – you can count on catching more and more of this dude shredding. So keep your eyes peeled. ... Read More...

World Rolling Series Television Pilot Public Release + Daniel Kinney Interview

There are no solutions in rollerblading because rollerblading does not need fixed. Rollerblading is pretty bad ass the way it is. However, there are some things that could be better. This television pilot, WRS, BCSD and numerous other projects are merely efforts to make things better, not solutions. Specifically, this television pilot was an effort to see competitive rollerblading on television again. In some ways it failed and in other ways it was completely successful. Please read below to learn the full story. ... Read More...

Northern Corn – A short story by Anders Carlson-Wee

Welcome to the midwest. Witness the endless spread of corn. The tilled earth reborn. You are now traveling through a story about rollerblading – a story about what it’s like to be a rollerblader in a small town, about the bonds between bladers, about the confusion of growing up, about really bad skate spots. You are entering another dimension. That’s the sign post up ahead... ... Read More...

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! ... Read More...

Rollinz 2011 Contest Report

There are only a few rollerblading competitions in Austria. The Rollinz is by far the biggest of them all and gives rollerbladers all over the country the opportunity to meet and of course to battle each other in the nicest skatepark Austria has to offer. Rollinz 2011 went down on the 5th of March this year and the event lived up to everyones expectations and beyond! ... Read More...