Last weekend the rollerskating world lost one of the best roller skaters ever, Rest in Peace Buba Xqadron.
Buba, was a Spanish rollerskater from madrid, who simply won everything that he could on roller skates, he was always surrounded by his friends and skated with a smile on his face.
I wish i have never had this theme on this video, but Buba had an accident with a car in Madrid Last weekend and lost his life doing what he loved the most. I want to send my condolences to Buba’s Family and closest friends! Descanse en paz Buba! We’ll skate together again in heaven. – Ricardo Lino.
Today is a sad day for all the bladers in the world, our friend and Flow rider from Spain, Gilbert Gonzalez from our spanish team died on Monday, October 3rd 2016 after a hard fall on his head while riding street in Malaga, he spent some days fighting for his life but his injuries were too bad and he left us to keep blading forever.
With just 22 years old, Gilbert was full of life and wishes, always smiling and pushing his skating to the limit, like a true shredder.
We had big plans for you on the spanish team and now you’ve gone, Gil. We will always remember you, blade in heaven friend. Our hearts and prays are now with Gilbert’s friends and family. – Razors (Thread on Facebook).
No Limits – Gilbert Gonzales
A Rollerblading video by Michael Pedersen in Malaga, October 2015.
Richard Taylor had a catch phrase. If something went wrong in life – something that might send even the most resilient into a tail spin – he would break open his trademark smile and reassure those around him “It’s all good”. […]
It is with the heaviest of hearts that I have to tell you that our beloved Brett Urbas has passed away. If it was not for this amazing young man and his family, Modern Skate Park would not exist as it is today.
He began as a naturally gifted skater that eventually became World Champion. He was loved and respected by everyone that crossed his path.
He was hit by a car while skating on Thursday, June 30, 2015 doing what he loved to do and did better than most…
Please make any donation that you wish to this site in order for us to create a lasting memorial for one of the finest young men that has graced God’s green earth.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Urbas family and friends as we deal with incredible loss of a great human being.
We need for him to live on through us by living our lives with his positive spirit.
Bryan Bell. November 30, 1977- September 1, 2014 (RIP).
We have just received the very sorrowful news that Bryan Bell who had been missing for almost a week, has died in a sudden and tragic way. This was, of course, unexpected and has left his family and friends devastated.
Bryan’s parents, who are serving as missionaries in Belize, were able to come home to be with their family and join them in the search of their son because of the overwhelming and generous giving of family and friends. On the day of their arrival in San Diego they were informed that Bryan’s body had been located in San Diego Bay and that his identity had been confirmed by the San Diego Medical Examiner.
Now the family has the added concern of a proper burial for Bryan. Bryan was the friend of hundreds of people around the world as a result of his career as a professional inline skater. His early videos of the sport captured the spirit and culture of the skating community. Bryan also made many friends through his music and art. He seemed to excel at everything he attempted. But perhaps his best gift was the friendship and unselfish love that he gave to all.
With your help and support we can pay tribute to our good friend, Bryan Bell, and lay him to rest in a respectful and honoring way.
Lord Brian wrote about his friend Alex Nunez. A memorial session is planned Sunday, July 21st at Noon Maloof Skatepark in Flushing, Queens). Donations will be accepted and put towards funeral costs, bracelets in Alex’s memory will be sold for only $5 as well.
Alex Nunez’s wake will be held on Monday July 22, 2013 at the Rivera Funeral home located at 104-02 37th Ave. In Corona, New York from 4pm – 9pm.