2012: Nick Lomax

The year is almost over and we decided to ask some of your favorite Pros to give us a little wrap up of their 2012. Events they’ve visited, edits or videos they’ve filmed for, their favorite moments of the...

Blade Check: Jeremy Soderburg

If you google Jeremy Soderburg you won’t find much but a good amount of online edits. And after watching a few of them you will quickly realize that this guy performs on a technical level like only a few...

Blade Check: Brett Dasovic

Brett Dasovic from Minneapolis / Minnesota is one of USD’s finest Amateur riders. He is well known for his spot selection and his ability to make the most out of the smallest possible obstacle. Where others...

Insight: Przemek Madej

Przemek is not only spending all his free time on blades but is also working for Hedonskate which means that his every day live is dedicated to blading. Instead of taking that for granted he seems to be...

Blade Check: Jeff Dalnas

When Jeff Dalnas put his name on the map a few years ago people mostly associated him with insanely huge droprail stunts. It just seemed that he wasn’t scared of anything. Since then Jeff dropped numerous...

Interview: Elliot Stevens

Elliot Stevens (portrait by Adam Kola) Elliot Stevens’ name has become synonymous with everything that you want blading to be. His skating is balanced and proportioned, he goes big, but isn’t a clown,...

Top 5: Nick Lomax

Photo by Adam Kola Nick Lomax is one of the most decorated Pro skaters to come out of the UK. The USD pro rider has constantly been pushing the boundaries of blading. He recently made it to the finals of...

Blading’s News Flash

News Flash USA Don Bambrick is off USD. We don’t know much more about this yet but will keep you updated. As most of you already know, Franky Morales is now on USD after leaving his long time sponsor Remz....

Up and comers: Eugen Enin

Eugen Enin... who is this guy? Two years ago, Eugen popped out of nowhere into the German scene all of a sudden, placed high at some of the main street competitions, showed his super-tech blading here and there in small web files and German DVDs, was rather quickly placed on USD's Flow Team and managed to impress virtually everyone who witnessed his abilities in person. His body and mind may be in the perfect condition to become one of Europe's finest street skaters. At a young age he already appears to be quite focused, mature, motivated and strong enough to take a beating and get right back up to finish the job. But enough the sweet talk, have a look at one of Germany's finest up & comers, Eugen Enin!

Albert Hooi: 1 Minute 1 Spot

Albert Hooi has been on USD since time began. Something about his silent assassin style makes him one of the most exclusive characters in rollerblading, and someone we are proud to have on the team. Albert’s technical skating is nothing short of mind-blowing, and watching him skate, effortlessly gliding over all obstacles almost, puts you in a state of trance.