Posts Tagged ‘ryan claus’

The Ryan Claus Show (2015): Full Video

Monday, February 15th, 2016

Ryan Claus, Pascal Tan & friends | The Netherlands.

The Ryan Claus Show (2015)

Ryan Claus is the only inline skater in the Netherlands who, after having skated for more than 32 years still sees possibilities to make money off of inline skating.

In this short film, which is nominated for 3 Golden Skate Awards, we take an in depth view into the life of a dreamer who sees his dreams fall apart, and who finally overcomes himself, and his surrogate mother Petronella. Beware young viewers, there is also a psychedelic banana trip in this incredible short film.

Mothers, keep your daughters inside, and handrails everywhere beware, Ryan Claus is going to slide on your daughters and fall on your handrails. #RWINA. – Remy Cadier.

Ryan Claus & Pascal Tan: Rwina (2015) by Thijs Tel

Saturday, February 6th, 2016

Ryan Claus and Pascal Tan teamed up with Thijs Tel to bring you RWINA! This video shows you what happens when you combine rollerblading with a 15.000 euro camera, too much spare time and two amazing minds with alcohol issues.

The Ryan Claus Show (2015)

It’s hard to describe these 8 minutes in words, so do yourself a huge favour and indulge yourself in the best music video that has ever respresented our lifestyle. An absolute must see, these guys are simply incredible. – Ryan Claus.

Music: SBMG – Mandela.

The Ryan Claus Show (The Netherlands, 2015): Trailer

Monday, January 4th, 2016

Filmed by Thijs Tel, Joery van de Pol, Pascal Tan, Remy Cadier.

The Ryan Claus Show (2015)

The Ryan Claus Show, an epic 20+ minute skating video featuring Ryan Claus, Pascal Tan and a few others. The release of the video will be on January 15th with a grand premiere in Cafe Cox in Amsterdam!

Ryan Claus: K2 profile (2010) by Pascal Tan

Friday, May 28th, 2010

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Ryan Claus, an upcoming rollerblader. He’s been skating for +- 2 years and is already sponsored by Skatezone and K2.

Filmed by Cavin Brinkman and Pascal Tan. Edited by Pascal Tan.

Music: Trustfundkilla – Bloody grills.