It is our pleasure to introduce the world’s first free rollerblading and music newspaper.
After several years of writing for some of the best rollerblading magazines our industry has to offer, we decided it was time for something different.
Wheel Scene will be the first independent newspaper that is one part rollerblading and one part music. Each month the cover feature will rotate between rollerblading and music in order to engage the interest of music lovers and expose our wonderful sport to a wider audience.
Our aim is to showcase the best our culture has to offer and document some of the world’s finest independent music. In order to do that, we have created a free publication that will be stocked in every skate shop and indoor skatepark in the UK, as well as various bars, live music venues and sports centres.
As we move forward, we will strive to introduce Wheel Scene to numerous other stockists, including local colleges and youth groups, to increase awareness and get more people to participate in our sport. The first run will consist of 10,000 copies and will be distributed throughout the UK.
We will also be launching a website with daily updated content, online exclusive features and the latest blading and music videos.
Our time is now.
If you want to get involved, get in touch.
Erik Bailey Interview
Skaters: Maik Lojewski, Jan Schmitz, Daniel Gourski, Matwej Slutchanski, Michael Hambrock, Dimitry Rudi, Timmy Van Rixtel.
Filmed & Edited by Kai Schmitz ; Music: Professor Kliq – Feeling Small.