My good friend Tim Taylor and I have been working on this edit for a while. It’s compiled of footage from past quick edits and unused footage that we’ve been saving up. It was pretty much done until my hard drive crashed.
Now, since all of my wonderful friends help me recover said crashed hard drive, I figured I should finish what we started and get this bad boy posted on the interweb. – David Dodge.
Tim Taylor still 360s off curbs. You know what I mean, you lace a trick, and as you’re rolling away, up comes the curb so you throw a little spin off just because you’re passing it and you can.
I’ve always loved that because it’s like rollerblading is already awesome so what can we do to make it more awesome…more rollerblading! I don’t know about you guys, but when I was growing up I couldn’t pass an obstacle without trying some kind of trick on it. I see a lot of these things in Tim Taylor’s skating, to this day after his 15+ years in the industry, Tim still 360s off curbs.
For those you who don’t know, Tim Taylor is the definition of rollerblading. He supports, skates, represents harder than any other person I know and you will never catch this dude in anything other than a blade shirt or a blank tee, Tim is rollerblading 24/7.
Don’t get me wrong, he’s been known to get some business blading done, but 4 out of the 5 times Tim skates, there are no cameras, and no competitions, just friends and all the potential you can dream of. Sessions with Tim involve a lot of shit talking, a lot of being amazed and even more laughs. I can’t think of a single session I’ve had with Tim where we haven’t laughed hysterically about some stupid inside joke that we’re stuck on for the entire day, and that’s how I know this dude is genuinely enjoying what he is doing.
Hopefully this interview will give you a little insight of the way my dude thinks because Tim is a solid, loyal friend and will still 360 the shit outta some curbs. […]