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.

Do You Skate? – Music Video

Has this ever happened to you? You’re driving down the road on a warm summer afternoon, street-spot scouting, and out of the blue, BAM! There is a perfect mellow down rail… with a perfect approach and perfect landing. Then as the session is just getting loose a security guard slowly walks over to the whole crew (with piercing eyes). Just as you are ready to pack up and escape the usual “sit on the curb” back ground check, the security guard mummers something…in disbelief, your mood brightens up and you take a deep breath because the guy just said “you can skate here, I just didn’t SEE you”.

One Minute, One Spot with Gabe Holm

Gabe Holm has made his mark with his New England Video Project, entitled "It's about time" in which he unites the talents of Andy Leitermann, Jeff Dalnas, Andrew Smolak, John Williams and Quinn Feldman. Here you can see Gabe himself ripping up a skatepark near his hometown.

Check in with Pat Leal

Anthony Medina caught up with Austin's finest Pat Leal to talk about the past and the future. Pat has some interesting statement and of course an ass kicking edit to come up with. Continue reading.

Here we are – trailer

Rollerblading in East Germany will get a new label to associate with. This might be "He we are" which is a new film project by Benjamin Büttner. This movie will feature East Germany's best shredders. The trailer is promising and the producer is giving us a hard time since we don't know when this movie is going to be released!

Matty Dearden: Making Moves

David McNamara talks to Matty Dearden, the Creative Director of Rampworx Skatepark in Liverpool and driving force behind some of Europe’s most...

One Minute, One Spot with Mateusz Kowalski

I went out to take some clips with my homies yet the spot was a bust, we were kicked out 10 minutes after we got there, we didn`t have any more plans. Then I though about the new local skateboarding spot, where usually rollerbladers are not easily let in... we were close to it so we thought we may give it shot. Surprisngly the spot was empty so we could skate it without any problems, the ledge is a little harsh however we had really fun session, check the clip to see what I`m talking about!

Up and coming: Kenth Ulvedal

We are now introducing you to yet another new format on, the up and coming format. We sent out our scouts all around the world to find the up and coming skaters that define skating scenes all around the world.

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...

Adam Zurawiecki Interview

What was your first contact to aggressive skating?Everything started in early 90's. I was fascinated with the fact that you can do skating in the...

Exlusive Story: Taig Khris’ Guiness World Record

Taig Khris has achieved world wide fame with his Halfpipe-Skating and all his medals he won at competitions all around the globe. He also succesfully transcended into the mainstream by joining the French survivor series. The last two years it was a bit quiet around Taig Khris. Somehow secretly, he prepared and trained for his next clou: The Mega Jump from the first floor of the Eiffel Tower!

Full DVD “PS” online

INSTANT-ANNEE just put up a full DVD on vimeo containing some profiles of skaters like Mathieu Heinemann, Mohamed Syllah, Patrick Francisco as well as different other parts.

Soccer time is a great time

The FIFA 2010 World Cup in South Africa is coming up pretty soon! In soccer - as well as in rollerblading - the support of fans and the crowd is very important. You know it. By watching comps like the WInterclash and BCSD you have seen the crowd going wild. For a soccer team the supporting crowd is often labelled as the 12th man on the court. That's why Mercedes Benz and the DFB (German Soccer Association) started a project, entitled "Der 4. Stern für Deutschland", which is adressed to all fans in Germany.

Traitement Shoot in Paris with Mathieu Heinemann

Jonas Hansson (the director of Flygt and some of last years most illustrious edits) is currently shooting for a new film entitled Traitement. The project is a collaboration with Be-Mag and will feature an ensemble of international rollerbladers. Jonas recently spend a week of filming with Mathieu Heinemann and Kaare Lindberg in Paris. Rest assured you will hear more about the development of Traitement in the following months. For now, enjoy this article and short clip of Heinemann at the Paris shoot.

The Making of Stimorol’s new commercial for Shift gum – featuring Oli Benet

Oli Benet has been selected to be the protagonist of a new TV ad for Stimrol Shift gum. The ad will be broadcasted in approximately 15 countries including Russia, Sweden, Denmark, Greece, Turkey, Italy etc. - beginning from May 9th. Here we've got a "Making-of" of the commercial for you. When the project is released, millions of people European-wide will be confronted with a good taste of real street skating presented to them daily. Props from the whole Be-Mag crew for representing the sport we all love so well! Good job, Mr. Benet!