Posts Tagged ‘amsterdam’
For the first time SB Events organized a Mind the Gap stop in Amsterdam. There was a big international field of riders from the States, Ireland, UK, France, Poland and of course some great Dutch riders.
Mind the Gap was held at the Westerpark next to the Ton Ton Club and at the end of the day Julien Cudot from France skated away with one of the best runs ever done on the Mind the Gap setup.
Second place was Danny Allbridge who already won the Dutch Championships spine and third place went to best Dutch rider Tom v. Hemert.
The junior contest is won by Rollerblade rider Jaro Frijn and the title Dutch Champion spine ramp skating for the seniors goes to Randy Abels from Amsterdam.
Randy got third behind Danny Aldridge from the UK (1st) and Julien Cudot from France (2nd), which earns Randy the national title.
Danny Aldridge dominated the ramp with amazing flips and lines and also took the overall win for all the inline contest during the Urban Sports Week Amsterdam.
April 28 – May 2, 2016.
This year’s Real Street was back in Amsterdam after a pause of 3 years, and it was such a great contest. The vibe was again amazing. This event was organized by Ivo Vegter (Thisissoul) and Davy Wouda, thank you so much for this event. – Jeff Hofstede.
Main camera by Jeff Hofstede. Additional camera work by Mike rood. Chopped & glued by Jeff Hofstede.
- Sam Crofts
- Dustin Werbeski
- Rik van huik
Video back online (Youtube Mirror).
This video is a promo for the Real Street Amsterdam rollerblading contest which takes place 1st of May.
Maybe the best and most fun promo you have ever seen. 29th of april | Museumplein.
Right After the Dutch Open Championship Spine Ramp we will depart from the Museumpsquare on an epic adventure through the city. Starting point will be the infamous Museumplein ramp, right in the city centre.
Your objective is simple: team up with your buddy and get from checkpoint A to B as fast as you can. Every checkpoint has it’s own little assignment for you both to complete.
Make sure you film your tricks and post them on Instagram, as proof for the judges. We will reveal the checkpoints at the start, it’s up to you which route you’ll take. We’ll be waiting at the finish line where cold beers and the party await.
Spectator level: it is only possible to watch people cross the finish. Best way to do this is with a beer.
Beginners participation level: as long as you can skate around the city and are not afraid to try a few jumps you are good Amateur participation level: Allot of fun for amateurs to team up with a buddy and cruise the city.
This is a session on the infamous UH44 box, which was donated by Amnon Klein to Marijn De Rooy of the Student Verhuis Service.
The session features some of Amsterdam’s finest bladers: Adil Farhouni, Pascal Tan, Ryan Claus, Remy Schmidt, Marijn De Rooij and Bas Berghuis ofcourse.
Every friday there might be a session going on here, what’s for sure is that there is a lot of fun to be had. Always a pleasure to see these gents blade, even if it’s just on a 8m80 long practice box! – Remy Cadier.
Trivia: Studen Verhuis Service is a company owned and started by Dutch OG blader Marijn de Rooy, it is one of Holland’s biggest moving companies, with it’s own warehouse with over 20 trucks, and some roomfor a skatebox!