Nicolas Mougin (France): Park Edit by Adrien Anne

Nicolas Mougin, vert champion, skating his hometown park in Strasbourg, France. Filmed in 2 hours in august 2013.

Song: The Latin Blues – Happy Man.

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14 Responses to “Nicolas Mougin (France): Park Edit by Adrien Anne”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Wow, this is way out, great skills, talk about going big. Styles not laking either.

    Well done.

  2. punk Says:

    that was fucking awesome

  3. Lamech Says:

    Ah ouais cool l’edit de vert ! Bête de style, bon son, good vibes :)

  4. theone Says:

    Ca défonce!! gros style comme d’hab!! big up!

  5. Marc Says:

    vert genuinely terrifies me, i don’t know how anyone can do it. props.

  6. SA Blade Says:

    Super fucking tight. Sick song too.

  7. Anonymous Says:

    Fu king si kkkk broo :D

  8. Anonymous Says:

    Geil, toll video! Ich mag gern dein style! Es war sehr stylisch.

  9. Brad Turkeyford Says:

    Adrien anne makes the best editing i can ever see for rollerblading.

    Adrien answer me please- what computer do you use and can I meet with you so you can teach me on your video camera and your computer editor? I don’t mind paying you if I stay at your house.

  10. Anonymous Says:

    great skating. America needs to get their shit together to catch up to the rest of the world.

  11. Anonymous Says:

    obviously vert is amazing but whats more amazing is that this guy, in 2013, would still lose to Fabiola in 1999.

    Bring back Cesar Mora, Matt Salerno and Eitan Kramer.

    What happened to Matt Lindenmuth trying triple backflips?

  12. funny shit Says:

    This dude is sick. He’s the French thumper.

  13. funny shit Says:

    Eitan doesn’t skate anymore. I think lindenmuth is in showbiz now. I’ve seen his name in s few movies. Maybe as a stunt guy.
    Salerno is on Facebook killing skate parks.
    Mora is to old for this anymore. Not age but his body can’t take it. Is why he quit.

  14. FABIOLA Says:

    keep practicing and someday you still won’t be as good as me.