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Stefan Brandow laced some hammer clips for this one. Awhile I met Stefan at my first day of college orientation randomly and we became roommates a couple days later.
He is a great friend of mine and is very creative in skating and also graphic design. He always tries hard and pushes himself to achieve new things.
I have filmed a ton of different edits, sections and clips of this guy and we always manage to have a good time when its all said and done.
I am happy to be making another section of this guy and am thankful to call him my homie. This is the kinda shit you put “dont try this at home” on some of these clips haha but he pulled off some crazy stuff for this video. so check it out and enjoy. – Hawke Trackler.
Matt Lyon is 20 from Columbus Ohio. This young s.o.b used to skateboard around my neighborhood where I used to live and grew up and then one day he saw us skating the practice rail in the street and stopped by to check it out.
We asked him if he wanted to try to grind the rail and he said “yes” and then after a few attempts he ended up lacing the frontside haha. It was tight to see because he had never really rollerbladed before but you could tell he was instantly hooked (I believe he was like 14 years old at that time).
Since that day I have filmed matt lace some crazy clips, learn life lessons, be strange to people make us laugh, take bad falls, make alot friends, make a few mistakes in life but also have had ALOT of fun along the way haha.
Matt is hilarious, very friendly, street smart and is a great friend of mine, always has been…so now with that being said check out Mac Fryin gettin on da reg haha. – Hawke Trackler.
I have been filming and street skating for over a decade now. I have been fortune enough to be able to experience alot of great things from blading and its lead me to some really fun and interesting times with all sorts of different people.
I always admired the crazier individuals that rollerbladed when growing up. Mostly because I have always liked a stunt or big trick to get done and as time went by I actually was able to meet most of these awesome people along the way who I once and still look up to at certain times.
I traveled the US as much as I was able too wether it be for road trips, tours, filming contests, or just trying to get out of the house to experience something new and over time have been able to become homies with some of the top ams & pros from around the world.
I have usually focused on the filming aspect of skating so I have personally never been too amazing but have always tried pushing myself to see what I can do. It’s actually a really fun sport even tho there are some gnarly consequences when you don’t land haha but overall has a pretty chill open minded community and always welcoming new bladers and even old bladers because its all about what makes ya happy.
4th edition of the Delta City Open (Detroit).
Detroit is a different type of place to visit, like honestly if your not prepared to see some shit you might get culture shock.
Now to hold a street contest is a whole other kind of beast. It’s still to this day one of the scariest looking cities I’ve been to but has such a awesome and strong skating scene. Great times were had this year at the 4th DCO as usual. – Hawke Trackler.
- Adam Bazydlo
- Travis Rhodes
- Luke Naylor
Cruisin 4 A Bruisin is a new online rollerblade video I have been filming for with the homies. – Hawke Trackler.
Featuring Sections on Kyle Wood, Ben Poling, Stefan Brandow, Jimmy Spetz, Matt Lyon, Jesse Soda, Hawke Trackler, Greg Preston, Cody Reffner & Bradley Wilson.
Welcome To The D is a 7 minute recap edit of some of my favorite clips and shots I have filmed over the last couple years in Detroit Michigan.
When walking around and looking I feel its almost like a war zone for amazing things that have happened throughout time so this is dedicated to Detroit and some of the interesting things I have had the pleasure of being able to document. – Hawke Trackler.
Featuring Jake Cawley, Mikey Blair, Brandon Long, Joe Hawkey, Brett Urbas, Garret Mitschelen, Montre Livingston, Travis Rhodes, Sylvain Chaussee, Jon Fromm, Chynna Weierstall, Aaron Pyle, Keegan Jacko, Reed Huston, Alex Hancook, Theo Partin and Wake Schepman.
Music: D12 – Devils Night, Chad Kush – Detroit Rap City. LONG LIFE TO THE QUEEN.
If you live in the midwest, scratch that. If you live in this Polar Vortex of the United States this year you are having issues street skating.
When you get stuck in this situation, you typically find yourself at any skatepark, indoor warehouse, parking garage, whatever you can find that has shelter, and gives you the ability to roll and blade.
Enjoy Stefan Brandow shredding some ramps during the tundras of the Winter solace. – Scribe Industries.
Song: Painted Ship – Frustration. Visit Rollscribe.com.
Shane Conn from Pittsburgh PA.
Kyle Wood is 24 years old from Columbus Ohio. Kyle and myself have been filming together for a very long time and have put out a lot of sections, edits, videos and so on. Its always fun and challenging to making a full blading section but I like how this one turned out.
Thanks to everyone who have watched and supported Kyle and his skating over the years. He is very talented, well rounded and loves blading so its awesome to present you with another new section of him. Enjoy. – Hawke Trackler.
Song: Jet Life – Blow Up.