Posts Tagged ‘portugal’
For those who know me from the bike world you all need to know i am and i will always be a rollerblader. started it at 2,5 years old and i would love to blade everyday just like it used to be.
Anyway i could be sad for not being able to ride as much as i would want to but i am not, because i always did it with all my heart. – Ricardo Lino.
Graduated in sports science, Ricardo Lino is a fixed gear freestyle rider, former pro rollerblader, pro skatepark builder.
Filmed by Martim B. Teixeira and Ricardo Lino.
Previously: Rodrigo Teixera (14, Portugal) – Razors Flow Edit.
Filmed & edited by Martim Teixeira.
Los Mariachis ; featuring Martim Quinkardete, Frogs, Rafa Sousa, Hugo Nunez & Rodrigo Teixeira (14). Filmed And Edited by Martim Quinkardete.
Featuring: Xavier Raimbault, Warren Digne, Mathias Silhan, Aktarus (Patrick Sutnen), Nicolas Auroux, Adrien Clairaz & Clement Milot.
Filmed in Leiria, Portugal (sunniest country in Europe!).
USD Portugal skaters Rob Pinho and Samuel Dias. Video Removed.
Thanks Lookback (french topic).
^ Ricardo is now riding for Grindhouse
Being Portuguese, gives me the pleasure to share the same nationality as Ricardo Lino. Many of you may think that, I have the pleasure to see Lino as much as I can. Wrong! I think it’s even harder for Portuguese skaters to see each other! We all have to work, study, dating, dating and dating, skate when we can ( not as often as we want to) and still save some money to travel inside our expensive country! If we have many competitions, that’s good, because we know it early, so we sav A LOT!
Unfortunately that takes the time we need to know each other better and ride till the sun goes down. But hey, I got the opportunity to interview Lino, and asked him all the things I want to know and touch the magic life he is living. So I pull the sardine to my flame as we say it in Portugal and here is the result! From Portugal to the WORLD, ladies and gentlemen: RICARDO LINO!
Interview By Teigas Offline.
And Ricardo just told me that the Portugal IMYTA qualifications moved from 15th too 22th of july. Stay tuned on Rollernews for more infos !