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San Francisco Visitor’s Guide by Brian Krans

San Francisco is a visiting skater’s paradise. Besides the spot list that can go on forever provided you have adequate imagination and the ability to bomb 45-degree hills, the night scene is enough to bring your internal bruising up to par with your skating wounds.... Read More...

Competition Report: Karramba in Palanga, Lithuania

One more time Karramba hosted an awesome weekend at the end of May for the inline, skate, mtb and bmx riders in the summer town Palanga, Lithuania. This year riders from Latvia, Russia, United Kingdom and Denmark visited us, which counted in total more than 200 registered participants. We were glad to host the rollerblading community from Latvia Therolling.lv, good old friends PARBMX and mtb bikes team from S-Pot. After 6 years of living, Karramba is slowly growing into an international extreme sport festival. Because of the strong network of friends, who were raised in a small seaside town on the western part of the country and who share a common passion to ride, Karramba is build around the value of friendship which keeps this event growing year after year.... Read More...

Competition Report: Victorian Titles 2012

It was awesome to see so much interest in this year's Victorian Titles among what is a swelling scene in Oz, with people from every single state both in attendance as well as registered competitors, and have everyone catch up with one another over the weekend and meet and roll with fresh and familiar faces from all over the country.... Read More...

Be-Mag 2011 Showreel Video by Matthis Lapaire

Contributors from Be-Mag come from all over the world. In fact, one of the aspects that make this media outlet so successful is the joint effort given from the rolling world covering every rideable inch of the globe. Aggressive skating, while seemingly non-existent to the pop-culture world, has grown in leaps and bounds over the past few years. The dynamic has changed in so many ways since the early 1990s that each aspect in growth of style, amplitude, technology, culture, etc. has gone through it’s own little piece of the overall revolution. ... Read More...

Ponycup 2012 DKC Finals in Nykøbing, Denmark

Next weekend from Friday 9th March until Sunday 11th March the annual Ponycup in Nykøbing, Denmark is going down. Be sure to participate or, if you dont't feel like it, watch some of the worlds best pro's lacing their tricks in the Kulturfabrikken Skatepark. ... Read More...

Franco Cammayo on Bitter Cold Showdown XII

BCSD 2012 finally going down this weekend. Skaters from all over the US – and even some from the rest of the world – embark upon the trip to Detroit for the event. We took the chance to talk to an almost legendary BCSD competitor, Franco Cammayo. Always top-ranked in the competition and always highly motivated! ... Read More...

Cavin Brinkman on his Film 'The Breakfast Club' + Official Trailer

'The Breakfast Club' is the newest video project out of the Netherlands, aka Holland, or for some people just Amsterdam! That is precisely where the maker of this project is from. We are speaking of Cavin Brinkmann, supported by his sidekick, the no less infamous dog Bobby! Cavin is the dude that you see dancing in those crazy Dutch edits. Do not get the wrong idea though, Cavin is a guy that puts all his energy into what he does. Living in Amsterdam has not made him a drug addict that would abandon skating for a high – skating and filming skating is his high! ... Read More...

Erik Burrow reflecting on his Skating Year

Hi, my name is Erik Burrow and I am a 23 year old Canadian roller from Toronto. The following photographs are a documentation of an amazing year in skating. I have been extremely busy juggling college life, my girlfriend, and a job at Shop-Task. Somewhere in the mix I've found a way to make it all work. ... Read More...

‘Supervillains’ by Peter Bender

'Supervillains' is a short blade flick which sums up a whole year of filming around my hometown area in the west of Germany and some days in Berlin, Mannheim and Heidelberg. I'm dropping this edit on my birthday today as a present to myself and my buddies. ... Read More...

Tien Nguyen – Vine St

Dominic West also posted up Tien Nguyen's section from the 'Vine St' DVD. Tien has already shown in the past that he has got what it makes to be a good skater. Even when he falls he will get up again to try the same trick again and lace it with style. ... Read More...

Company Profile: Roc City Skates

Blading needs more shops. When's the last time you tried on a pair of skates at an actual skate shop? Yes, not many have the opportunity to pick up their goods like that. But it isn't only a matter of over-the-counter experience that may (or may not) include professional advice on what to get; local shops literally "make" scenes. This is only one of the topics that are discussed in this Company Profile with Roc City Skates out of Rochester, NY. Others being dedication and love for the sport, entrepreneurship, permits and a certain unnamed jerk. Read on.... Read More...

California 2010 Memories by Sim Warren

So there was 8 of us. Myself, Jake Eley, Joe Atkinson, Julian Coulture, Sam Tuffnell, Keith Wisdom, Jamie Stenner and Jamie's wife Rikki. It was the AIL finals at Woodward West, combined with a further week of skating, whale watching, beaching and chillaxing. Now, this trip happened in November and I have no excuses as to why it's now the end of August 2011 and it's just coming out now. However, I finally got round to spending some time on this edit so that those who went and for those who didn't can see what happened at the AIL finals in woodward and a few extra bits. -Sim Warren... Read More...

The Colorado Road Trip 2011 – Be-Mag Live-Updates start this Weekend

This weekend marks the 12th annual end-of-the-summer festivity with Colorado’s biggest blading meet. The Colorado Road Trip was started with intent on leading a small crew across various parks throughout Colorado. At the beginning, where just seven individuals made it out, this event has quickly grown to what this year expects to bring nearly one hundred bladers to the Rocky Mountain State from all over. This is the time of year that the usual desolate skateparks of the Colorado highlands, typically littered with a small handful of skateboarders, a biker or two, a few children tooling around on a scooter, and in rarity a roller, get transformed into a celebration in a way that brings rollerblading just a little bit closer to the wild west. The days are spent shredding two or more skateparks while in between the road tripping frequents various stops along the Colorado River for bridge jumping and car surfing. The nights are filled with stories of their own as rollers become frontiersmen, gathering around camp fires in the desert sharing experiences, camaraderie, and of course some fine beverages. ... Read More...

Scribefile: Daniel Fabiano

Daniel Fabiano has become a household name in the rollerblading industry through years of dedication. From East to West, Daniel "Fabs" has gained his reputation not only as an Amatuer blader but also a young entrepreneur, owning his first clothing company at the age of fifteen. As the owner of Con.Artist Brand and the infamous Scribe Industries, Fabiano has earned a royal seat in rollerblading as one of the sports most dedicated brand owners! Enjoy the second installment of Scribefile as Fabs shreds through the East Coast since his move from Minnesota over a year ago.... Read More...