Roman Abrate: Kaltik Interview

The ever smiling USD team rider Roman Abrate recently took a long trip to South America, visiting Chile and Peru, and sharing good times on the blades with the impressive local scene! The guys & girls over...

Scott Quinn: Red Bull Interview

Razors and Ground Control team rider Scott Quinn is not only shredding on urethane wheels, but seems to be also quite comfortable on ice, as seen in this interview which just dropped on the Red Bull website!...

Chris Farmer Interview

Photos by Pietro Firrincieli Interview by Jojo Jacobi Chris Farmer just received his 5th pro boot and since our staff photographer Pietro Firrincieli had the opportunity to snap a few behind the scenes...

Up and Comers: Jon Fromm

Most of you probably already know Jon Fromm, or at least think you do. He shows up at competitions all over, comes out to the local blade events and always seems to have a new edit on Vimeo, forcing you to rewind and ask yourself what just happened. But if I had to share something about Jon that most people wouldn't know it would be his work ethic. Skating is the perfect microcosm of his life. To the untrained eye when watching Jon warm up with hurricane topsouls first try and switchups that leave you amazed the first thing people think is "I wish it was that easy for me" or at least thats what I was guilty of. 

Up and comers: Dave Mutschall

Dave is one of these metropolitan suburb kids that have the rare talent of using their skates in a very natural way; it seems that this kid has concrete in his veins. He doesn't slam, he falls like a cat, always landing on his feet. He has the ability to grind longer and faster than most of us. Growing up in one of the toughest neighbourhoods in Berlins East End, 'Marzahn', Dave found a way to use Rollerblading as an art of moving and stepping out of the grey everyday life Marzahns monotonous architectured slabs entail. Combining raw rail skating, parkour and fluid ramp skating as his basics, he got a wide range of tricks and possibilities to push his own limits. And this is just the beginning...