Featuring Carlos Lora, Cesar Campos, Hector Cardenas, Jorge Garcia, Ivan Gomez. Edited by Hector Cardenas.
Previously: Alex Broskow in London (2014): Edit by Ryan Gillett.
Ivo from This Is Soul skateshop in Amsterdam bought some deadstock, mint condition Salomon ST90 2 from some seedy corner of the internet and since I used to own a couple of pairs of Salomons and remembered how comfortable they were, I needed to get my grubby paws in them quickly.
One thing I remembered as well was that the grinding was not my favourite part of skating them. The decision to use Adapt Symetrics Soulplates was easy, since Toe Bee had already done the research on several pairs of Salos himself, and was willing to share what little he knew.
So off to Beer Hendrik’s workshop I went. Feeling guilty that he was doing most of the work I decided to film his bladecraftmansship. All I had was my Iphone 5S but it had to do.
Have a good look at how easy it it to modify the Symetrics plate to fit any skate with a flat bottom. Now time to destroy them on some rough terrain! – Remy Cadier.
Music: Giorgio Oehlers – No Heart Feelings.
Bowling Green, Kentucky has a giant concrete park. Over the course of a couple of months, at weekly Tuesday Night Skate sessions, some aggressive rollerblading was done. Some of it was captured on camera(s) and with that footage comes this joyful edit.
It turned out to be one of those kinds of edits that make you smile while watching it. Featuring some unique skating by well known skaters and a handful of future doods. Please feel free to like and share. This one goes out to anyone out there who still has a good time skating with your homies. Never stop having fun. This is how we rise. – Southernscum.com.
Featuring Daylen Cole, Michael Cole, James Hawkins, Chad Anthony, Greg Preston, Roger Langley, Cameron Martin, Julian Mire, Chris Kelley, Willy Parker, Ethan Pugh, Kyle Golden & Kai Parkerson. “If I die, before I wake. At least in Heaven, I can skate”.
Here is a video about my ACL recovery, since my surgery until now. Don’t expect the biggest tricks ever, I’m just back on my skates after a long time, and i’m really happy to be here now! I would like to thank everybody who helped me during this adventure and everybody else for the great support! – Roman Abrate.
Ghetto Games Festival 2014 in Ventspils (Latvia). Filmed by Mats-Kaarel Ruus & Kaur Piirsalu, edited by Kaur Piirsalu.
Featuring Josh Nilsen, Roman Abrate, Stephen Swain, Aaron Turner, Jack Swinndles, Scott Quinn & Indrek Uibo.