Mikey Holmes Apex Signature Wheel (2018) - Edit by Long Ton That

Fri, Jan 12, 2018
Mikey Holmes Apex Signature Wheel (2018) - Edit by Long Ton That

Mikey Holmes signature wheels are now available and with a 56mm size they are perfect for that flat rocker set up! Camera: Long Ton That. Additional Filming: Anthony Jones, Kaiden Holmes and Nick Fatato.

Mikey Holmes Apex Signature Wheel (2018) - Edit by Long Ton That

Music: Yung Simmie - Flexin’.

Mikey Holmes Apex Signature Wheel (2018) - Edit by Long Ton That
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Bobi Spassov and Young Talents of Zero One Six - GrimeyGIB (2018)

Fri, Jan 12, 2018
Bobi Spassov and Young Talents of Zero One Six - GrimeyGIB (2018)

GrimeyGIB. feat. Bobi Spassov and young talents of Zero One Six. Filmed at Zero One Six Skatepark, Eskilstuna Sweden. One day edit, cut by Zeb.CK. Filmed by Zeb.CK on Iphone w. deathlens and Canon EOS 550D (50mm). Second camera: Igor Jovanovic.

Bobi Spassov and Young Talents of Zero One Six - GrimeyGIB (2018)

Featuring (in order of appearance): Sam Larsson, Oliwer Enavall, Ludde Hedlin, Igor Jovanovic, Zeb. CK, Gabriel Lindbom, Axel Bihagen, Bobi Spassov, Linus Lindberg, Hansén Ismail Sheblyson, Johannes Karlsson.

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Neighborhood Tour 2017 - Trailer by Michael Muller

Fri, Jan 12, 2018
Neighborhood Tour 2017 - Trailer by Michael Muller

Neighborhood Tour in Holland, France & Spain. “Good Times! I traveled though Europe for one month and filmed some clips for our Skatevideo”. Stops: Berlin, Amsterdam , Rotterdam, Montpellier and Barcelona.

Neighborhood Tour 2017 - Trailer by Michael Muller

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Albert Hooi and Dano Gorman - Gorey Park (2018, Ireland)

Fri, Jan 12, 2018
Albert Hooi and Dano Gorman - Gorey Park (2018, Ireland)

Raw clips from Wreckless skatepark in Gorey, Wexford. Dano Gorman and Albert Hooi for USD Skates & BHC Wheels.

Albert Hooi and Dano Gorman - Gorey Park (2018, Ireland)

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Amandine Condroyer - ClickLED (2018)

Fri, Jan 12, 2018
Amandine Condroyer - ClickLED (2018)

Amandine Condroyer find a magic switch button, and clicked it. Visit Variable-visual.com.

Amandine Condroyer - ClickLED (2018)

ClickLED is a short film with a scenario based on another LED film I did before called Led It Out with a Dirt jump bike.

Amandine Condroyer - ClickLED (2018)

Amandine Condroyer had spare time before leaving to Canada for the Red Bull Crashed Ice for the second year now, and we wanted to make a cool thing, and she loved the Led It Out movie, so I looked to her rollerskate, and say, we could do it.

Amandine Condroyer - ClickLED (2018)

She gave me her roller-skate, and I worked on them for 2 days, finding the solution to let her ride as usual with slide and jump and finding the space to put the maximum of LED to give the visual effect we were looking for.

Amandine Condroyer - ClickLED (2018)

After this first technical point solved, we needed to match the perfect scenes between day and night, as the click button will switch off the day to the night. It was a tough part to do, as we had only 5 days/nights to get all the shots, the weather wasn’t on our side (wind and night moisture) don’t allow us to get all the time we needed. And of course, a bad crash crushed the cables and turn bright roller skate to black.

After fixing the roller skate, the main priority was the synchro scene between day and night, and that is the key point, as I’m moving and the camera is also panning on a lot fo shot, the shooting in the almost full dark isn’t easy to give you the same frame, and on the editing, you have to find the right moment when the two scenes are synchro to switch from one to the other. Once you have all your dual shots day and night, the scenario, and the LED works all the night, you can start editing and make it come true.

Amandine was amazing, after several crashes, cold temperature, long day of shooting, she was still ready to get the shot and make it possible. Thanks Amandine! - Gaetan from Variable Visual (Variable-visual.com).

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Denial Clothing presents: Apprehensions (2000) - Full Video

Fri, Jan 12, 2018
Denial Clothing presents: Apprehensions (2000) - Full Video

Apprehensions (2000), a video by Chris Majette.

Sections - PLAY: Intro | Montage 1 | Mike Elias | Montage 2 | Montage 3 | Adam Killgore & Michelle Swoveland | Michael Rios (Guest Edit) | Philadelphia Then and Now | Jimmy Shuda | Credits & Montages.

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Roll Minnesota - 3rd Lair Takeover (2018) with Chemi Simiyu, Kenji Yee, Mike Garlinghouse & more

Thu, Jan 11, 2018
Roll Minnesota - 3rd Lair Takeover (2018) with Chemi Simiyu, Kenji Yee, Mike Garlinghouse & more

Say hello to an all new, freshly remodeled 3rd lair! Located in Golden Valley (Minnesota), 3rd Lair is Minnesota’s longest operating skatepark and one of the only indoor parks left in the state.

Roll Minnesota - 3rd Lair Takeover (2018) with Chemi Simiyu, Kenji Yee, Mike Garlinghouse & more

For this blading session, we brought out all the stops! In this episode, we brave the cold and the crowds (scooters and skateboards flying everywhere) to kick off a weekly blade session on Monday nights. Feel free to join the Roll Minnesota crew for a session if you’re in the area. Joining us this episode are Chemi Simiyu, Kenji Yee, Mike Garlinghouse, Dave Walsh, Chase Linzmeyer, Brennan Palony, Nelson Juan, Butch Lehman, Jacob Ferge, and Jason Hall.

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Bank Vol. 1 (2018) by Leon Humphries - VOD Now Available

Thu, Jan 11, 2018
Bank Vol. 1 (2018) by Leon Humphries - VOD Now Available

BANK Vol 1 is the realisation of a personal dream: to make a skate video. I’ve always been drawn to filming skating and have rarely had an interest in filming anything else. I did, however, film my football club play a match recently. It was surprisingly fun to film and edit, made more enjoyable because I knew the people playing and what ‘moves’ constituted the highlights. […] - Leon Humphries.

Full Article + Photos | Get the Bank Vol. 1 VOD (£5).

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Nicolas Vanegas (Medellin, Colombia) - 2018 Edit by Camilo Giraldo 'Vuenza'

Thu, Jan 11, 2018
Nicolas Vanegas (Medellin, Colombia) - 2018 Edit by Camilo Giraldo 'Vuenza'

Edited by Camilo Giraldo “Vuenza”. Filmez by John Goez, Gaby Velazquez, Darwin Cano & David Ledesma. Medellin, Colombia 2018. Music: Merkules - Sucker For Pain Remix (Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Logic, Ty Dolla $ign, Imagine Dragons).

Nicolas Vanegas (Medellin, Colombia) - 2018 Edit by Camilo Giraldo 'Vuenza'

Nicolas Vanegas un personaje de la vieja escuela e icono del patinaje agresivo de Medellín - Colombia, sin duda alguien que a marcado el patinaje por su agresividad y ser un total hammer que siempre a impresionado por sus hazañas.

En este caso nos trae un breve edit de unos de sus viajes a Miami y algunas tomas en Medellín, algo relajado digno de ver y disfrutar.

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Quebradillas RVE (Puerto Rico) with Miguel Ramos

Thu, Jan 11, 2018
Quebradillas RVE (Puerto Rico) with Miguel Ramos

Quebradillas, Puerto Rico. RVE Park with Miguel Ramos. Filmed and edited by Paul Moulier Sepulveda.

Quebradillas RVE (Puerto Rico) with Miguel Ramos

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Why Rollerblading Was Removed From Nitro World Games, by Dave Lang

Thu, Jan 11, 2018
Why Rollerblading Was Removed From Nitro World Games, by Dave Lang

People have been wondering why rollerblading was removed from Nitro World Games and I recently learned why. It had nothing to do with the fact that Nitro Circus looked down on blading. In fact, Travis Pastrana was the loudest person in the judges booth while we were competing.

The reason WHY we were taken out of the event was due of the outpouring of negativity that came from INSIDE OUR COMMUNITY via social media comments, etc. Social media analytics play a huge part in marketing today and the Nitro Circus team saw exactly the way rollerblading responded to itself. The numbers showed that participants in our sport had the lowest numbers in attendance at the shows and the highest response of negativity in the comments section.

Not skateboarding, not BMX, not freestyle motor cross; the blading community. And by the analytics, the obvious choice would be to remove rollerblading from the equation to improve their product. From a business standpoint, that all makes sense. We have literally ruined every opportunity that has been presented to us; both past and present. When are we just going to get on with it? - Dave Lang (Thread on Facebook).

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