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Real Street Amsterdam 2013 – Back in the game

After several months of preparation, the Real Street Amsterdam went down on the 31st of August. With riders from the Netherlands, Germany, France, Denmark, Belgium and the United Kingdom the turn up was great, and so was the level. After a warm-up session at one of the newest curbs in the city, the group of over 70 bladers moved on to the nearby flatrail to continue the session.... Read More...

Competition Report: X-Mas Jam 2012, German Championships Inline Street

After the madness of the Shred Cologne contest just two months earlier, the final German Masterships session of the year had a lot to live up to. The frozen streets and horrible weather weren’t putting anybody off, with bladers from almost all of Europe showing up to destroy the I-Punkt Skateland for the 2000 € prize money. German competitors were also battling for the title of German Champion for 2012 and the standard was – predictably – furious. ... Read More...

Competition Report: Real Street Berlin 2012

It's been a few weeks now since the real Street Berlin contest went down. Daniel Prell was one of the many people who attended the event and he's given us his view on the skating, the people and the atmosphere from the weekend. Be-mag videographer Karsten Boysen pieced together five minutes of the event for your viewing pleasure.... Read More...

Raiffeisen Lausanne Street&Bowl contest 2011 official edit

The Raiffeisen Lausanne Street&Bowl contest took place between the 1st and 4th of September. This year's event program not only included the rolling competition itself, but also a lot of side-events such as waterjump sessions, 80's Rollerdisco, night rolling sessions etc. If we have to pick an edit of the day, this one probably takes the cake!... Read More...

Scandinavian Real Street Championships 2011 Contest Report

We had a good hour of session, and the sign-ins of skaters in the competition was finally over. The new spot at the SEB buildings was just as we expected it to be: great for rollerblading. The surface made of smooth concrete turning and tossing like a river down a lazy sloped hill, with the occasional curb to skate and a big two meter gap in the ending made it a rollerblading fantasy. ... Read More...