The duo is back together again! Fritz Peitzner & Josh Glowicki were invited down to Concepcion, Chile for a contest. After the event, they traveled north up to Santiago and then to the beach life in Valparaiso before hitting the streets with the boys! join them on their tour around the city.
Featuring Fritz Peitzner, Josh Glowicki, Mikey Lillo, Matias Veras, Gustavo Munoz Cataldo, William Andres, Lobos Olivares.
Follow Josh Glowicki on another adventure in search of the coolest places to Rollerblade in the world. This time his blades have taken him from starting a tour in Texas (USA) to Amsterdam (Netherlands) to Calgary (Canada) and finishing up in Malaga (Spain). Come share the journey!
My biggest thanks go out to all the friends met on this journey, too those who have shown me their city, who took time to drive me around their city exploring and finding the best things to skate, too those who’ve cooked me an amazing home cooked meal exactly when i needed it, who’ve taken me into their homes and treated me as family! thank you so much.
I have experienced the best summer of my life and im so grateful for it all. This would not of been possible without you! thank you from the bottom of my heart! See you all soon cause this isn’t going to stop! – Josh Glowicki.
Filmed by Fredrick Andersson, Anthony Medina, Nils Jansons and Richie Eisler. Music: 20syl – Ongoing Thing featuring Oddisee.
Note: once a video on Youtube exceed 10k views, it starts to get eligible to monetization (the clip is already at 20k at the time of the post). 1 million views is roughly 1000 euros ($1375) which is quite common to reach once a video get viral (ps: those numbers might outdated, if you have more accurate info about Youtube monetization, feel free to post in the comments).
A one day edit from Ecuador from a small downhill comp in Quito. Some ramps and boxes placed different places. There was a really nice atmosphere, and a lot of the locals living around came and watch too. – Michael Pedersen.
Some crazy tricks went down. With bladers like Fredrik Andersson, Richie Eisler, Josh Glowicki, Fritz Peitzner and Carlos Lora from Peru and Daciel de Jesus (monster) from Brazil.