Posts Tagged ‘toronto’

Kevin Lapierre: Last Rollerblade Clips (2015)

Friday, December 18th, 2015

1 day in Toronto filmed by Immony Men & Yan Lecomte. After 6 years in Rollerblade, Kevin Lapierre is out of the team.

Kevin Lapierre: Last Rollerblade Clips (2015)

Previously: Kevin Lapierre: Useless clips by Dustin Spengler (2015).

Toronto Park Camp 2014 (Canada): Shop Task Edit

Tuesday, September 16th, 2014

Toronto Park Camp 2014 (Canada): Shop Task Edit

We spent the weekend skating and camping. This edit cover our second day at Cannington skatepark. Come join us next year! Special Thanks to David Ghent, AJ Delong and Erik Burrow from Shop-Task. We would also like to thank everyone else who came out for this event.

Nicky Adams: Weekend in Toronto (2013)

Friday, July 26th, 2013

I was heading towards Toronto for the Weekend when Nicky Adams called me up to go skating at Taz. Somehow, I convinced him to Jump on a later bus that night.

Nicky Adams: Weekend in Toronto (2013)

Immony Men and I picked him up at the terminal at around midnight and between eating and partying we managed to get some skating done. Here is some of the stuff he landed. Enjoy. – Dan M.

Blade God Photo by RJ Valencerina.

Brian Weis: Leaf Land, Toronto Clips

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

Two days in Toronto. Filmed by Al Dolega, edited by DGB.

Brian Weis: Leaf Land, Toronto Clips

Previously: Don Bambrick & Brian Weis, Not Cereal Park Edit.
Photos: Michelle Gerard + BW.

Park Comp 2013 (Toronto, Canada): Promo Edit

Saturday, May 4th, 2013

The predecessor to Brampton Comp: the next blading competition to hit the Toronto area on Saturday June 22, 2013. This year it will be at the brand new Burlington Norton Skatepark.

Featuring Taylor Ritchie, Blair Loughead, Erik Burrow, Sylvain Chaussee & Dave Ghent. Filmed & edited by Randy Yuen, additional footage by Aaron Wheat.

Visit Park-comp.com. Song: El-P – The Full Retard.

Rolling in Toronto: Summer 2012, Mobbmedia Edit

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

Rolling in Toronto

The Toronto rolling scene has been through its up and downs over the past decade.

With the emergence and death of its first Skate Shop (Dekalz Shop), we once had a scene that was strong, only to find it now in the regrowth stage again.

I highly appreciate having the scene in Toronto still alive and I give thanks to people that contribute to the scene like Shop-Task and Roll Toronto.

This video displays the bond of friendship amongst several skaters within Toronto. I feel honored to have known, grown and experienced rollerblading with these individuals over the past decade.

Sure we may be considered ‘old men’ in the game now but rest assured, we still got tricks and still have just as much pride Rolling in Toronto.

Enjoy this video as much as we enjoyed our summer.
– Jon Craig (Mobbmedia).

Jon Craig: Roll the Edit (30s) by MobbMedia

Sunday, July 8th, 2012

Jon Craig

Filmed in Toronto (Ontario, Canada).

Visit Rolltheedit.com | Mobbmedia.com.

Sixwonsix: Toronto Trip Edit

Monday, June 14th, 2010

Sixwonsix

Heres an edit of Mikey Blair (Sixwonsix), Brian Weis (Sixwonsix), Cody Boulay, and James Fisher (Razors) from our 5 day Toronto blading trip.

A few weeks ago we went on little trip to Toronto, Canada.

It Started off pretty good. I made it past the boarder despite not having my enhanced license.

But we soon ran into problems. First day of blading We got booted out of almost every spot. The next day we got rear ended and couple of days later I split my head open. But despite all of that we had great time.

We want to thank Kevin Chow for being a great host,his girlfriend Rebecca for putting up with us and the Toronto bladers for coming out and skating with us. Even though it was way too hot out.

Thanks Brian Weis.

Hey Dude 3: Toronto Section

Saturday, January 16th, 2010

canada

During the summer of 2007, a lot of us got a chance to film for a Canadian section in Hey Dude video magazine, an operation out of Europe.

AJ Delong did a fantastic job filming and editing the video. And when I say fantastic, I mean amazing. There were nights when we were out filming with lights until 3am, we got harassed by cops a couple times, and all in all it was a great experience.

I’d like to personally thank Olli Nermerich for introducing us to the Hey Dude guys, as well as all the great times we had during his stay in Toronto.

Above all, I’d like to thank AJ for being such a talented videographer. If you enjoy the section as much as I have be sure to leave a message with your email, and we’ll contact you to get a copy from us.

Enjoy the section.

Toronto Skate Battle : VM Report

Tuesday, November 20th, 2007

Toronto Skate Battle : VM Report. Link
Thanks Will