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Ride out VI

What started as a full length video project in 2008 is now an event. The first weekend of May, the fourth annual Ride out contest will be held in the...

Competition Report: Asian X-Games 2012 in China

When your with a group of guys as diverse as the ones I had the pleasure of spending the week with, it’s not just the stories you create that stick with you, but the one’s you hear as well. The 2012 Asian X Games showcase everything that is right in the world of Rollerblading, entwined with fake Scotch and a podium payout that park skating hasn’t seen in a while.

MFTBRAND Goodbye Session at ASPO Skatepark

These days a lot of great skateparks have to face financial difficulties. Unfortunately the ASPO skatepark (Japan) - home to the infamous MFTBRAND Crew - is one of them. Even though the local skaters tried everything they could to avoid the final shutdown - in the end - it just wasn´t meant to be. Despite this being a sad occasion Soichiro Kanashima, Yuto Guto and the rest of the guys and girls made an effort putting together this sweet edit of their last session for us to enjoy.

Interview with Miguel Ramos

Miguel is one of the most incredible people I know. His heart is as big as the universe. As good as it gets! His skating has been incredibly good since I can remember. Miguel have been skating for 17 years without stopping! One of the few. He has done so much for the blading community in Puerto Rico, that I dont even know how to be grateful but to tell you that he is one of the best bladers out there that can make a difference in the world. Good people like him is hard to find. If there aren't people like him I dont think there would be a skating scene in Puerto Rico. For years he has been the organizer of multiple events and competitions that keep the blading community in PR united and motivated to keep on rolling. If someone in Puerto Rico needs to be recognize in the blading community, definitely, has to be Miguel Ramos.