Brian Bina has a style all of his own that is amazing to watch. Bina is a really powerful skater, everything he does is on point.
I’ve rarely seen a skater like Bina, someone who has their style fine tuned at such a young age. He gets it.
Blading needs a future, we need to present ourselves, and present blading in the best possible way. Seeing a skater like Brian Bina come up, it gives me hope that our sport is going in the right direction.
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What’s your name, how old are you, and who do you skate for?
My names Chad Hornish, I’m 19, and I skate for Nimh, INRI, and support Revolution Skate Shop.
What’s your job and what does it do to your blading schedule?
Well, I worked for the United States Postal Service… but I just quit my job! But it did keep me from blading for over six months. I maybe skated five times in the whole six to seven months I was working. […]
Ground Control was founded by Jon Elliott in the year 2000. Jon was one of the top skaters at the time and his tall body size and heavier weight put a lot of strain on existing frame designs.
His vision was to develop the strongest and most durable frames in the industry. The first frames hit stores in summer 2001 and featured signature design elements that are still leading in the industry today. More.
Jeph Howard‘s been cutting up the streets with his Razor blades for a long time now, floating in that grey area, caught between flow and Am.
His dedication to his craft and his addictive personality are easily his best attributes. With a hefty backlog of quality media coverage, his newest section in Game Theory, and praise from our top Pros as well as the entire blading community, Jeph has earned a full time spot on the Razors squad.
He shows no signs of stopping, skating everyday, finding new and interesting spots in the name of keeping it fresh. Keep an eye out for Mr. Howard in 2011, it promises to be a big year.