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Three lines with Przemek Górczyk

Przemek Górczyk is an up and comer from Wroclaw. He is one of the Hedonskate Young Gun riders who finally gets some exposure. The scene in Wroc?aw has always been quiet, yet with the arrival of Wiktor Kwapisz and his camera, the local rollers have a good chance to present their skills. Przemek got our attention by winning the Never Winter Jam amateur contest back in 2009 and proved himself with good actions in 2010 like a sick profile in Sisiloco DVD and edits like this below. Przemek belongs to the new generation of bladers in Poland - skilled and strongly willing to take his passion one step further - watch out for this Hedonskate Young Gun in future!... Read More...

A different view on the San Diego Blade Scene

Recently a recent guest of our city ran an article entitled “San Diego Scene Report” that ruffled a few feathers around here. His article featured very few of the skaters, industry and importance that san diego has in rollerblading. I’ve lived here my whole life and have been a part of the SD blade scene for over 15 years. So when the boys over here asked me to do the real scene report, I thought that I could do a little better, and pay some tribute to perhaps the most important city in our sport.... Read More...

New Intuition Brandon The Bulldog Campbell shirt at BCSD X

Brandon Campbell infamously once said, "Comebacks are for athletes. I am not an athlete, I am a bulldog." Intuition Skate Shop is proud to present 'The Bulldog' shirt, exclusively premiering at BCSD X. Featuring original artwork by the legendary Jeremy 'Deathbed' Beightol, inspired by the iconic rollerblading and personality of Brandon Campbell, printed on American Apparel shirts, and limited to just 100 pieces, this shirt is a must have for any B CAM fan.... Read More...

Checking in with David Sizemore

David Sizemore has been "good" for some time now, but as you know being good doesn't always make you accepted amongst your peers. I don't think anyone can say just what "it" is that makes you accepted in our culture. Tightness of pants, choice of slang, style of hair, who you hang out with, what your elbow is doing when you land. Styles have changed so drastically since my days as a "youth", I don't really know what's acceptable these days. ... Read More...