Night Sessions #1: Trouble Makers

The days are getting shorter, the nights are becoming longer. ONE Magazine came up with a series of night-edits only. Here is the first of the series, Trouble Makers, featuring Hayden Ball, Tim Franken, Rob Cunningham, Oliver Prado, Adam Bonato and Carlos Jaquez rolling the streets of San Diego.

30 Minutes at Long Beach with E-Rod, Rachard Johnson, Tim Franken and Geof Leyva

Waking up after a Thursday night in San Diego is tough to do but Mikey Roman, Tim Franken and I hopped onto “The Beast” early Friday morning and headed to Long Beach. We were on our way to the A Chosen-Few Finals in Los Angeles, which was scheduled for Saturday. So we decided to swag out early and head to Long Beach for the day to meet up with Erick Rodriguez and skate some local spots.

The Traveler: Adrien Anne

Whether it’s out for a bite to eat in Milan, catching some sun in San Diego, or living a partier’s dream in Barcelona, Adrien’s getting spotted in more places than Where’s Waldo. Recently, we had a chance to catch up with him and discuss what it has been like living out of a suitcase for such a long time and being dubbed 'The Traveler'.

First Sunday Sessions at Belvedere Skatepark

We had around 80 people at this First Sunday session. Some OG bladers came out for the session like Rachard Johnson and Gonzo as well as a lot of the current killers from SoCal like Russell Day, Anthony Gallegos, Chris Calkins, Tim Franken, Daniel Rosado, Jeremy Soderburg, Steve Cortez and more. We also had people roll up from Santa Barbara and San Diego. A lot of youngsters attended as well. It was an awesome session. First Sunday July 3rd takes place noon till whenever at Paramount Skate Park! -Quinn Feldman

Scribefile: Tim Franken

The New York City scene has recently lost an asset but at the same time the San Diego gained one. Born and raised in Belleville, NJ, Tim Franken has been blading for about eleven years. As a young athlete looking for new opportunities, Franken saw the chance to move out to California with his brother in order to pursue his real passion in life: Rollerblading.

Russell Day: One Minute One Spot

We just received this nice video piece coming straight from the Rolling mecca San Diego featuring Remz' upcoming amateur Russell Day at the Razors warehouse. If you know which side is switch, please post it in the comments. Thanks to Erick Rodriguez for arranging, filming and editing this video.

A chosen few pre comp edit

New spot steve (aka Steve Steinmetz) and Quinn Feldman are looking for the spots to hit during the achosen few street competition in San Diego. Watch out for a story about the comp coming up in a few days here on be-mag.

Steve Steinmetz: One Minute One Spot

Even though I had lived in Solana beach, the first year I moved to San Diego back in 2003 I never knew about this school. I found this school just a few weeks ago and just started messing around on the ledge to see what I could do. Then I started looking at other aspects of the spot like the huge roots coming out of the ground in the center of the planter and the side ledge. The rails at the entrance of the school did not have much runway but they were still skate able too. I had my tricks all planned out and wanted to start filming the next day.

Psyko’s way to the Last Man Standing (part 2)

I left San Diego for Seattle one week ago and It seems like a month. Now I'm here in New York city. I would first like to give a shout out to Seattle. The 10th SBS (Street Battle Seattle) was as wild as I hoped. Big ups to Jeremy Townsend for a great contest and My Remz flow brothers Sean Cowen, Nacho, Kawika, and Josia Blee for hitting it hard to help me make an edit that will be up this week, so look for that. But now I'm in the belly of the beast.

Brian Aragon on Channel 10

Brian Aragon recently moved from his hometown Colorado to the Razors crib in San Diego. San Diego's local TV Channel has also caught up with San Diego's new resident. Brian has a clear goal: Let's put Rollerblading back on the map!