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Australian Rolling Open Report with exclusive Be-Mag Edit

This years ARO was one for the locals. CJ Wellsmore, whose exceptional park skating skills are a product of growing up in the Canberra scene, took first place from his close friend Rhys Bell while Danny Jensen came a close third in the countries premiere Rolling Event. Check out this report and an exclusive Be-Mag edit from Dom West! ... Read More...

“Rollschuhlaufen” – A video by Daniel Gourski

The term "Rollschuhlaufen" is German and a minimization of Rollerblading, more oriented to the activity of recreational quad skating. If you're invited to go "Rollschuhlaufen", you know you're up to good times blading with the homies in a non-competitive manner. Not exactly dinky are the tricks Daniel Gourski, Eugen Enin, Jo Zenk and others attempted while filming for this video in Spain and Germany in 2010. The feel good vibe of "Rollschuhlaufen" is present throughout the whole thing though. Have a look!... Read More...

Goulburn Fruit Jam Contest Report

The Goulburn Fruit Jam, held in outback Australia for the second time running, never ceases to surprise me. We pick quite a good skatepark, in the middle of nowhere, and a whole bunch of rollerbladers turn up from all over Australia. This is the type of dedication we see in rollerbladers all over the world, we'll mission anywhere to just make it to a comp and catch up with our mates. This year was no different, with even more rollers coming from even further corners of Australia than last year.... Read More...

“Back from the Dead Tour” through Australia

»The "Back From The Dead Tour" consisted of 20 rollers in 3 vehicles going from the "Victorian Titles" in Melbourne on October 23rd, up to the 8th installment of the annual "Right 2 Roll" street contest in Brisbane 7 days later on the 30th, some 2000km/1300miles north.«... Read More...

Stephane Julien – Exclusive Interview and Edit

Stephane and I have been friends for 14 years. I know him as much as I know myself. We have been through so much together, kind of like two soldiers that fought side by side, you know? Steph is an extraordinary human being, he is always there for you if you need help or something. I have seen him going through many faces in his life. He is working hard on becoming a better person and seeing that is such an inspiration for me and all the peeps around him. Skating wise...? Well, I will let the edit speak for itself. All I can say is that skating with him is a true blessing in my life. Thanks Stephane for being a brother to me. I’ll see you tonight anyway at the TAZ session!... Read More...

Vic Titles 2010 Wrap Up

From Rolling Victoria, the people that brought you the Australian Rolling Open '09 and '10, last year's Goulburn Fruit Jam, and the last few installments of the annual Victorian Titles, this year's event was even more of an interstate affair than it had already become in recent years. In fact an Englishman and a German made up the top 3 in the Open category. People travelled from 6 of the 7 capital cities around Australia to attend a 1 star WRS event that this year returned to Riverslide, a.k.a. "City Park".... Read More...

What is King of the Street

To those of you that don't know, K.O.S is an annual real street contest in Calgary Alberta. The event was created by Calgary's legend skater, Tom Dixon. Every year skaters from all around the west coast of Canada make their way to Calgary to skate the narliest spots that Tom will come up with. ... Read More...

Logan Clark: One Minute One Spot

Some call him Iowa’s golden boy. Some call him Log Cabin. I know him simply as Logan, a rollerblader in every sense and a prospect we should all pay attention to. Logan Clark of Des Moines is a normal kid, until he puts some Remz on his feet. Then, he becomes something much more than that: A ripper, a blading ambassador, and a smiling maniac. Logan rarely is found without a smile on his face, and even more rarely spotted without his blades on his feet. I’ve grown to respect Logan for these reasons and more. Logan is a big part of the Iowa scene, always making people want to strap up and shred. I’ve said it before that his attitude is infectious and I’ll say it again. He never stops skating. I’m sure you’ll be seeing his motivation in person at a comp near you very soon. And if not, you can always catch him somewhere on the streets of Iowa doing what he does best. ... Read More...

Leon Basin: One Minute, One Spot

With this One Minute One Spot edit we want to take the chance to introduce you to the person in charge of Shop Task (Skateshop in Canada): Leon Basin. The Israel native is not only good at pushing Rollerblading in Canada through his Rollerblade-Shop. He is more than that. Leon has been rollerblading more than half of his life and has been an inspiration in terms of Rollerblading for a lot of people that skate with him. Even though Leon is a pretty busy man since he also recently opened a Shop-Task store front in Downtown Vancouver he still found some time to film some extraordinary stuff for be-mag. Peep it! ... Read More...

2010 Australian Rolling Open

Adelaide turned on the weather and Australia turned on the skating for the 2010 Australian Rolling Open. Little Razors ripper Tom Coley-Sowry lead the charge in the U18s, taking the prize with flawless tricks and ultimate steeze on nearly every obstacle in the park. The open final came down to a hectic fifteen minute jam session which effectively came to a head when Danny Jensen laced one of the biggest disaster Kind Grinds you will ever see!... Read More...

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... Read More...