Posts Tagged ‘new zealand’

Carl Tangen (New Zealand): Welcome to the VC Family

Sunday, February 22nd, 2015

We would like to introduce Carl Tangen to the VC team. check out this shredder from New Zealand.Velvet Couch.


Edited by DEX. Visit VCclothing.com.

Thomas Scofield: New Zealand 2013-2014 Edit

Wednesday, October 8th, 2014

Filmed by Isaac Rolls (ATUA Rolling).

Thomas Scofield: New Zealand 2013-2014 Edit

Thanks Tom Scofield (forums). Photo.

Isaac Callen (New Zealand): 2007-2008 Edit

Monday, April 29th, 2013

Isaac Callen (New Zealand): 2007-2008 Edit

Previously: Isaac Callen, Seven Rats (Reinfested) Edit by Craig Smith.

Black Sun Wheels (New Zealand)

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

Quoting a mail from Samuel Lye:

Well i started planning the idea of a wheel company in 2011. The idea came about when i needed new wheels. Here in New Zealand you can not buy wheels anywhere so are forced to buy them from over seas, because of this a lot of bladers quit the sport as its to expensive but also the time involved in waiting for the wheels to arrive is frustrating.

But i thought i could fix this by creating my own Brand!!! And so BlackSun came about, a lot of names were thought up with different concepts and possible images but something about BlackSun stuck in my head.

Black Sun Wheels (New Zealand)

So after 8 months of ideas, planning, emails and phone calls the first proto types were made. Testing came next to make sure the wheels were the best they could be, so a lot of skating went down on different terrain types, parks, ramps and street. After i was happy, my artist Anna Johnstone from Nelson NZ went to work in creating some amazing wheel designs and logos for the brand, making sure that i was completely happy with the final result. She was amazing and without her help i wouldn’t be where i am now with the brand.

It was then all ago and production began. So after a year, the wheels have gone from an idea to reality and i couldn’t be happier. The support from the New Zealand rollerblading community has been amazing and they are as keen to see it succeed as i am. The feed back on the wheels is also outstanding. I now look to the future and growing the brand, supporting rollerblading and keeping the price low.
– Samuel Lye.

New Zealand: AOTEAROLLERS Edit

Monday, June 20th, 2011

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Visit Nzrolling.blogspot.com.

Mountain Dew Skatepark Designed As A Giant Pinball Machine (New Zealand)

Thursday, June 9th, 2011

Montain Dew: Three new electric flavours. One extreme Idea.

A fully functioning pinball machine you can skate. This world first skatepark makes you the ball in a 600 square foot machine rigged with sensors, sounds and lights, to score your run just like pinball.

Park open 4-26 June. Gate 2, Hickory Ave, Henderson (New Zealand). (Vimeo).

The pinball park allows you to record your high score or to create a halo 360 of one of your trick (20 cameras recording a still picture on various angles). Check the official website.

Built in only 17 days for an upcoming competition, this park cost almost $500,000 to create and will remain open for only 3 weeks once the contest is over.

A true replica of a pinball machine down to the lights, sounds and launcher at the beginning, this park is a dream come true for anyone who has ever been a teenage skater. (Hypebeast).

The Making of Skate Pinball

Time lapse shot during the construction of the Mountain Dew Skate Pinball Park. More Infos: Vimeo.

Thanks Rando (forums).

New Zealand TV3 NEWS: Evian Ad, Matt King

Monday, July 27th, 2009

New Zealand evening news piece on Matt King and his part in the Evian Roller Babies advert aired on 26th of July 2009 at 6:30pm.

rollerskating evian ad

Rollerskating star forgets what he knows to make Evian advert

It’s not often a grown man gets asked to perform as an infant, but that’s exactly what happened to Matt King.

The stunt skater is one of the men behind the ‘rollerskating babies’ who feature in an ad for bottled water that has become an internet sensation.

He is currently in Auckland performing in Starlight Express.

King says he wasn’t quite sure how it was all going to work out when he accepted the rollerskating job.

“I was trying to rack my brain thinking, ‘Am I going to be in a baby suit? Am I going to be dressed up with weird makeup on? I just didn’t know.” […]

Check the full Article on 3news.co.nz.

Thanks AGGRESSIVEROLLERBABY.

Henry Kay (New Zealand) : June 2007 Edit

Tuesday, June 12th, 2007

Filmed by Toby King and edited by Henry Kay.

X-Air’s true street comp in new zealand : edit

Sunday, February 25th, 2007

Video Offline.

New zealand vodafone xtream air true street rollerblading comp held in wellington feb 10th 2007.

You can download the video in higher resolution here. Thanks Sk8king.

Kaya Turski wins the New Zealand Freeski Open

Friday, August 18th, 2006

Kaya Turski, skiing
up : Kaya Turski, 180 on skis

Canadian Kaya Turski, who is also a pro female rollerblader, picked up the winning title for the women’s slopestyle event (New Zealand Freeski Open).

Watch some photos of the event here | source

Kaya Turski
up : Kaya Turski on rollerblades

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