Up : Festy Urban Contest (Valence, France). Featuring Wilson (Montellimard), Bolton (Nimes), Illia Koutchouov, Warren Digne, Nicolas Francon & more. Edit by Yoan Bobillon.
You can check the results here (french topic).
Check this photo gallery. All Photos with exception of one or two were photographed by Steve Hamilton.
Richie Eisler sweet 16 acid edition. every variation of 360 acid: fwd, back, true, ao, top, sw, etc… promoting the new usd sean kelso pro model.
Dear Bladers -
A lot of you have been wondering what I’ve been doing lately, and I apologize for being incommunicado. As most of you know, we decided to close down Trendkiller at the beginning of the year. It was a mutual decision, but as with any break-up, things haven’t been easy. In recent months, I’ve been busy moving from place to place and looking for a new way to pay for my life. Needless to say, it’s been a tad hectic.
Even though Mindgame and Trendkiller will cease to exist, I am still functioning as the creative director for Xsjado. So contrary to popular belief, I haven’t left rollerblading. In fact, I am really excited about the opportunity to concentrate on Xsjado, as I feel the product can contribute greatly to the industry’s growth. You may have heard that we added Damien Wilson to the pro team recently an addition we are really excited about. We are also working on a new line, featuring a new Basic Complete and Chris Farmer Boot. The new products should be in stores some time in August.
My new full-time gig is as marketing director for WebRidesTV http://www.webridestv.com/ . WebRides is an auto-enthusiast site that features original video pieces from profiles to car shows to shop tours. My big project has been to build and promote our new web community: The Garages. It is sort of a Myspace meets CarDomain meets PhotoBucket: http://webridestv.com/thegarage.aspx
Since my priority here is to generate traffic for the site and increase our userbase, I would appreciate it if all of my car enthusiast friends went on and built a Garage (check out the videos while you are there too). If you’re not an enthusiast, maybe you could pass the link on to someone who you think would enjoy the site. I’d really REALLY appreciate it.
Besides that, hit me up with anything except skates. You have to talk to Mark at Integrated about that (sorry, Mark). My new email address is email@example.com . The unlearning address will be shut off in the next month or so.
I hope you’re all well. Take care.
8500 Steller Dr. Building 7
Culver City, CA 90232
Check this guide done to explain how the game works (sample illustrations viewable below).
It seems that the game is still only availiable to korean resident people (an id card number is needed unfortunately).
Richard Taylor Memorial Skatepark – Clearing of site and construction beginning!
SÃ¤mi Raimann, 15.06.2007
Well the long awaited news is out! Next week we will be dismantling the old Knap Skatepark and any money gained from the scrap will be going to the Fund!
To date we have Â£51,000 in the fund with about Â£1,500 due to come from various donors – but I’m sure we will be able to raise the necessary Â£2,500 in time I’m attaching the plan for the skate park for you to display.
This plan costs Â£60K but as we have capped the fund raising now at Â£55K the long quarterpipe attached to the midi ramp is the same width as the midi, the spine ramp is smaller and there is a small piece taken off the jump box combination.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council are also putting in Â£30,000 for the excavation and surfacing works. The Richard Taylor Memorial Fund are only contributing to the equipment costs.
Week commencing 25th of June 2007 the engineers will be on site to begin digging up and then preparing to lay the new surface and then Andy Peerless of Fearless Ramps will be on site around 20th July. The official opening of the Richard Taylor Memorial Skatepark, The Knap, Barry, is scheduled for Sunday 26th August 2007