Attentiooooon! At front. Eric Miller reported for duty again. You do not want to miss what Mr Miller has been up to between serving for his country, and working around the winter weather. Eric’s finesse and vocabulary is clearly depicted in his second Scribe installment.
Filmed by Sam DeAngelis. Edited by Eric Miller. Music: Robert Plant – Mighty Rearranger.
A born Wisconsinite to a welcomed Minnesotan, Corey Glanville has easily made himself stick out from the crowd.
With the overwhelming talent spewing from the Minnesota scene, Mr. Glanville moved in with great ambition and determination to become one of the top names and talents not only the Minnesota area, but the entire midwest.
With only being rooted in MN for nearly 3 years, Corey has won countless competitions including back to back placement at the Jeph Howard Summit Competition and back to back first place victories at the Street Fighter series.
Corey will make a lasting impression on anyone that watches him skate, and his personality and charisma show his true colors and professionally.
Filmed by Daniel Fabiano, Shane McClay, Blake Cohen. Edited by Daniel Fabiano. Additional Cameras: Sam DeAngelis, Dan Knapmiller, Jeph Howard. Music: Pink Floyd – Welcome to the Machine (get the song on Amazon.com).
Tim Franken is a beast, plain and simple. Where ever Tim lurks, people follow, and where ever Tim blades, people progress. He has become a new staple out in California, and a sheer force to reckon with in any contest or competition.
Filming by Sam DeAngelis & Daniel Fabiano, editing by Pigeoto Films.
If you live in the midwest, scratch that. If you live in this Polar Vortex of the United States this year you are having issues street skating.
When you get stuck in this situation, you typically find yourself at any skatepark, indoor warehouse, parking garage, whatever you can find that has shelter, and gives you the ability to roll and blade.
Enjoy Stefan Brandow shredding some ramps during the tundras of the Winter solace. – Scribe Industries.
There comes a time when enough is enough. In this case, it was time to put Mr. Franken on a different level. This much deserved first edition signature pro wheel comes in a great time when rollerblading needs both a new wave of upcoming professionals and quality products to go along with their names.
Tim Franken‘s wheel is a 58mm / 90a black tempered urethane. It is poured over a solid urethane high density shock resistant core that can withstand the greatest impacts in the inline market.
The urethane has a high rebound, and is developed to not chunk or split the urethane with significant wear timeline. This is a double-sided printed wheel. Same logo both sides, white ink. – Scribeindustries.com.
What a long strange trip it’s been! Seriously. We cannot believe we lasted 6 years from our re-establishment in this secluded niche industry.
It is a tough world out there for rollerblading and fortunately we have been blessed to continue to bring you great quality products, and showcase a talented team of individuals from around the globe.
We are happy to announce that this winter we will be releasing our 25th, and 26th wheel. A very big milestone for the new Scribe Industries!
With the brand being restructured we have a final list of 8 riders on the team. No flow, no am, no bull, just a collective group of bladers that have proven themselves worthy to represent the Scribe image, name, and legacy.
We like to introduce the Scribe Industries professional team: Kirill Galushko, Kevin Lapierre, Stefan Brandow, Tim Franken, Eric Miller, Jon Fromm, Corey Glanville and Blading Cup 2013 AM Winner: Michael Froemling.
Also featured in this edit is original Scribe legend Jon Robinson along with owner Daniel Fabiano. Enjoy!
Post Production: Daniel Fabiano. Main Cameras: Sam DeAngelis, Daniel Fabiano. Contributing Filmers: Yan Lecompte, Shane McClay, Denis Levchenko, Ares Kachaev, Gregory Breger, Dan Knapmiller, Blake Cohen, Kenrick Chiocca and Brent Scherer.
I’ve been a huge hardcore fan since I was in middle school, even more so in the past year. I’ve always wanted someone to make an edit to some of the bands I listened to, but I got tired of waiting and decided to do it myself. – Stefan Brandow.