Posts Tagged ‘randy spizer’

Fast Shoes (T-Bones Films, 1996): Bryan Bell, Jose Cuervo & Roadhouse Section

Wednesday, September 10th, 2014

Bryan Bell . November 30, 1977 – September 1, 2014 (RIP).

Fast Shoes (T-Bones Films, 199x)

A film by Craig Caryl and Evan Stone. T-Bones Films: Full Videos.

Catching Up with Randy Spizer, Hayden Ball, Brandon Smith and Jon Julio (Episode 8)

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014

Catching Up with Randy Spizer, Hayden Ball, Brandon Smith and Jon Julio (Episode 8)

Deshtruction Tour – Life+5

Wednesday, November 21st, 2012

This is the Deshi (RIP) video section of the Life+ 5 video magazine. Featuring Louie Zamora, Randy Spizer, Chris Farmer and Ian Mcleod.

Deshstruction Tour - Life+5

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Randy ‘Roadhouse’ Spizer (13): VG 3, Not A Word (1996)

Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

March 2012 Repost.

Randy Roadhouse Spizer

The Easter Weekend Feat. Louis Zamora, Randy Spizer, Robert Guerrero & Matt Moya: Edit

Saturday, May 19th, 2012

The Easter Weekend Feat. Louis Zamora, Randy Spizer, Robert Guerrero & Matt Moya: Edit

Quoting Lonnie Francisco Gallegos | Blader Stuff:

I spent Easter weekend filming with Louie Zamora, Randy Roadhouse Spizer, Robert Guerrero and Matt Moya.

It’s been a long time since all of us have hung out with one another, and even longer since we’ve all bladed together.

This is a small documentation of that weekend.

The Easter Weekend Feat. Louis Zamora, Randy Spizer, Robert Guerrero & Matt Moya: Teaser

Wednesday, May 16th, 2012

The Easter Weekend Feat. Louis Zamora, Randy Spizer, Robert Guerrero & Matt Moya: Teaser

Quoting Lonnie Francisco Gallegos | Blader Stuff:

I spent Easter weekend blading and filming with Louie Zamora, Randy Roadhouse Spizer, Robert Guerrero and Matt Moya. This is a small teaser for the full edit that will be coming Friday.

Song: Mount Kimbie – Adriatic.

Randy Spizer -Roadhouse- (31): 2012 Quick Shred Shesh

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

Known to skaters of the nineties as “Roadhouse”. Randy Spitzer has come to symbolize true street skating and longevity in a sport that tears through its star athletes.

He turned pro in 1996, at the age of sixteen and won the ASA World Champinships in 1997. For the next couple of years randy went underground.

He started a skate company, Deshi, a clothing company, Esoteric and a wheel company, Second regime, before reemerging in 2002 as a competitive force. (Asa Events).

Randy Spizer (Roadhouse)
Photos: ASA.

Bonus: Randy Spizer (13) – Videogroove III (Not A Word) Profile
Groove Productions 1996. Thanks Claudio Antonelli.
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Randy Spizer: Roadhouse! Gone Fishing

Thursday, April 8th, 2010

Randy Spizer Roadhouse

quoting Arlo Eisenberg:

Way back at the height of rollerblading’s popularity in the mid to late 90s when Senate was in its heyday and we were all dating strippers, driving fast cars and styling our designer haircuts with the best mousse money could buy Randy “Roadhouse” Spizer was the face of the sport.

Randy and I spent a lot of time together as skaters traveling for contests and demos. These days I spend much more time moussing my hair than skating (still using the best mousse money can buy!), but Randy and I have remained pretty close. We both live in Orange County and we worked together for a while at Paul Frank along with Sayer Danforth and Dan Jensen (of Scribe Industries!).

Many professional skaters have a hard time transitioning to life after skating, but Randy was always a bright and motivated kid and he has built a nice career post-skating as a Flash animator. [...]

Check the full Article on Gost.

One: 15 MINUTES with Randy Spizer (Interview)

Thursday, June 11th, 2009

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There’s this guy I know who wears what most would call women’s pants. He also doesn’t shave much, sports a mullet and enjoys the color pink.

He gets away with all of this by calling himself an artist! Well, he’s always said, Randy Spizer was the first true rollerblader. Meaning that the other pros at the time, who were much older than Randy, came from other action-sport backgrounds.

Randy was a true roller, and the guy who wears girls pants was right! Randy skated and traveled all over the world, and he has inspired a planet just by being himself!

Mike Opalek

To me, Roadhouse is rollerblading. There is no doubt in my mind I wouldn’t be where I am now if it wasn’t for him. I bought a red Yankees hat when I was 12 because I saw him wear one at a NISS contest. He was my hero.

A few years later he took me under his wing and I pretty much lived with him for a while. Skating with your hero on a regular basis can be a rather motivating situation to be in. He will always be one of my favorite people on the planet, and rollerblading is well off having had him lead the generation following him.

He still holds it down every time I see him blade, and I hope it’s not very long before I see it again!

Chris Haffey / professional blader / Pasadena, Ca. [...]

Randy Spizer (Interview):

How old are you, and how did it all start?

I’m at the age of 28. I got my first pair of rollerblades two months before my 12th birthday. I had to beg my dad to buy me an early birthday present, some Zetra Blade 303s.

They came with a brake; I used a hacksaw to cut that off. Then they became street skates! [...]

Check the Randy Spizer Article on One.

Matty Mantz and Randy “Roadhouse” Spizer Interview

Monday, May 18th, 2009

Matty Mantz and Randy Spizer

Video Offline.

One Million Dollar Question: Guess the year this interview was done!

Randy Spizer – Oldschool Edit

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2005

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Back to 1995, here is Randy Roadhouse Spizer !
Take a ride in the time machine, and discover the oldschool blading scene

Watch the video | source

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