Catch absolutely everything you experienced or missed at the 7th annual Bitter Cold Showdown through the eyes of the some of the world’s best rollerbladers that competed for the 2007 title.
Brian Aragon, Chris Haffey, Jeff Stockwell, Erik Bailey, Sean Kelso and many more give you an inside look at the official industry tradeshow of rollerblading and a competitors view of one of the most exciting competitions in the world. In addition, Chris Haffey takes you along with him for a typical day of rollerblading in California and David Sizemore shows you why he is one of the most talented up-and-comers by destroying a handrail in his hometown of Atlanta with an unbelievable arsenal of tricks.
If you haven’t had the opportunity to experience the Bitter Cold Showdown first hand or are one of the hundreds of attendees eager to see everything you missed, pick up the Bitter Cold Showdown 2007 DVD and enjoy every moment of one of the worlds biggest grassroots rollerblading events.
What’s up fellow rollas and rollettes. If you have logged onto various messageboards including Rollernews these past 2 weeks I am pretty sure that you have noticed the influx of posts/ arguments regarding |B| Unique and the term “Freestyle Rolling”. I have read every post and I read every response whether it was supportive or hateful.
One thing I noticed is that there seems to be a big confusion about what exactly the term means as well as who really owns |B| Unique. So, yesterday after a day of freestyle rolling at NYC’s Riverside skatepark I decided to visit the Brown Brothers in their home in order to sort things out. Enjoy the read and don’t forget to check out the commercial below. Peace and keep rolling alive. – Lord Brian.
The question that seems to be on everybody’s mind these days is what is going on with Checkmate: Mixtape 3?
Court: CHECKMATE will be one of the best DVD’s in your movie collection period. The team was extremely dedicated to bringing the best skating, mixed with alot of excellent filming by the Kelso’s, and packaged by Chris editing style. Best video period. It will finally will be out in June, no joke this time.
How does this film differ from the last Mixtape?
Chris: I wanted to make a film that was a little different in style than the rest. In a lot of skate videos now I saw a lot of people were heavily influenced by our style so I wanted to switch it up a bit to keep it fresh and a great representation of what freestyle rolling is to
those who are yet unfamiliar.