Making of the Game Theory: Interview with Brazilionaire

It has now been well over a year and a half of filming for the new Razor video, Game Theory. Over this time period we have literally traveled around the world with some of the best skaters on the planet making what I know will be an epic skate video. Love them or hate them the Razors team is composed of some of the hardest workers and the most unique individuals I’ve ever met, which is why I believe the team is so complete. Everyone has their own style, outlook on life, and a certain way they like to skate but when we all come together everyone is able to connect. What this does is allows everyone to learn from each other and obviously skate better. With the video deadline approaching everyone is anxiously anticipating the release of the video and even though the amount of tricks everyone needs has been met, the whole team is still motivated to go out and skate everyday in hopes of making their section even stronger. Personally, I’ve never spent so long filming for a video and I think that will be shown through the video with such a wide array of tricks, scenery, and style. I’m so happy to be part of this project and I think the video will be something that we can all be proud of.

Sean Agoliati Remz flowfile

My name is Sean Agoliati. I'm originally for Poughkeepsie, New York, but I have been living in Manhattan for the past two years. I'm 24 years old and I have been skating for about 8 years. My biggest influences that have impacted my skating are my friends who don't skate, my parents, Tri-State Skate and Greg Keiffer, and of course Remz.

Dustin Werbeski interview

Half way through the 7th grade, a new kid arrived at my school in a town of about 1300 people. For what ever reason I can't recall, I took it upon...

Bad Duffys Shop Portrait

We want to show you the local skateshops that keep skating alive on a grassroots level. We want to show you their dedication and what they do for the local scene since they are the staples of the skating scene. Enjoy a look into this world with Bad Duffys one of the first shops in Germany, and see many more shop profiles.

More FISE 2010 edits by PMG

Parimultiglisse just posted up several FISE 2010 edits showing Romain Godenaire's triumphal procession as well as the highlights of the Rollerblade Pro Competition and of the Roll's Rail competition.

Checking in with Photographer Sam DeAngelis

Sam DeAngelis's photography has been popping up a lot lately. If you read online rolling media than you've seen his work shooting the NY and NJ scene. Want to know more about him? So did we, so we checked in, and Sam delivered this nice little interview along with some exclusive shots!

In-The-Know with Robert Guerrero

Robert Guerrero is a supporting pillar in our sport. Almost every Rollerblader out there might have come across his name. In our latest print issue Rob was spotlighted with a big interview. But this was obviously not enough. Our readers still had a lot of questions and interest for this Rollerblading icon that has enriched our sport in so many and different ways! Read on.

Cloud Unique presents Nicolas Schoepfer as their first team rider

Cloud Unique Tees is a new t-shirt brand based in Barcelona, Spain. Cloud Unique Tees is proud to support rollerblading. Cloud Unique Tees are made using unique dyes and special washes. The full process is made by hand. Due to this every t-shirt is unique. Wearing these tees makes you stand out from the crowd. The first collection is launched this month, and will announce their freestyle rollerblading team with one rider at a time. Their first team rider announced is Nicolas Schopfer, from Geneva. You can watch a little edit with his presentation.

Nimh Session at Sant Feliu

Check out this edit and pics of the Nimh Spanish Team's recent session at the Sant Feliu Skatepark! Featuring Tony Cheetah, Marc Moreno, and more...

NIMH South America Tour part 1: Jon Jon Bolino and Montre Livingston exploring Bogota

Our staff photographer, Jeremy Stephenson, is currently bashing his way through South America to accompany Nimh's posterboys Montre Livingston and Jon Jon Bolino. Somewhere between the pure Colombian nature and the South American lifestyle package Montre and Jon shredded everything that crossed their way. Check out what went down during their first days in this beautiful country. And consider that this is just the beginning of the adventure!

Clément Milot Interview + Exclusive Edit

France's Clément Milot has made an impact with both his skating and his video work. Drawing inspiration from diverse influences and skating obstacles that are different from what folks are used to, Clement has been changing how we see rollerblading. Enjoy this interview along with an exclusive edit...

VLC Open 2010

On May 29th 2010 there will be a huge Rollerblading contest in Valencia. The VLC Freestyle skating club, together with more than 20 sponsors,...

Todd McInerney Interview

If you really think about it, rollerblades are silly. But thankfully there are people who discover a piece of their spirit in these wheeled boots... and they get hooked. Rollerblading is lucky that Todd got hooked (and so am I). Although it's difficult to pinpoint what sparked Todd's lifelong interest in skating, I've often had a theory that rollerblading gave Todd something that he couldn't find anywhere else. There's nothing silly about that...

Montreal: Boutique Lylac and the Guillaume Roy Interview

We're always searching for articles to showcase the contributions that people are making for the rollerblading industry from the grassroots level. There are so many people offering so much to the industry who go unnoticed or do not get nearly as much attention as they deserve. These people are the ones responsible for spreading rollerblading to new generations and maintaining the involvement of those already participating while creating a strong network allowing the industry to be more than just a temporary flash in the “extreme sports” timeline. Here is the story of Botique Lylac, The Montreal Classic, Nimh VS Canadian Customs, The Taz Project, and Mathieu Ledoux...

The Blake Taylor Pow-Wow Interview

How could you possibly articulate the atmosphere of the Pow-Wow qualifiers? Drunken stunt blading, loosely structure chaos, southern bedlam... that is exactly how I would accurately portray my experience at the these qualifiers. An unending chorus of “hell yeahs” followed by a level of skating that could give any staple competition a run for the money (and keep in mind that this was just the qualifier event).

Checking In With Tom Hyser

Legend Tom Hyser has shaped rollerblading in many ways, from his pro days to his work with K2, to Skatepile, and most recently in his current role with Rollerblade. Troy Sanders just checked in with Tom to see how life is treating him these days...