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...

United We Roll – Dale Travers’ Scene Report

Dale Travers has been doing a lot to promote rolling in Australia and the UK for several years now. By holding Skatemeets on a regular basis he's been able to connect older and younger generations of rollers in a way that's laying a great foundation for the future of our sport. Enjoy Dale's report on what he's been up to! -B

JEREMY BEIGHTOL INTERVIEW + SATAN IS REAL OPENING

I've known artist JEREMY BEIGHTOL for probably about a decade now and can remember his artwork transitioning from early sketches to where he is today having not only launched KASPA, but having created many of the graphics for companies like Ground Control, 4x4 and, most recently, Psyko Clothing. In addition to his skating, more recently Jeremy has been back in the studio focusing on his artwork. His recent Pittsburgh show (along with Jesse Best) titled "SATAN IS REAL" was Jeremy's first big show and it was received very well! Jeremy was kind enough to give us this exclusive interview and pics from the opening night. Enjoy! -B