Jake Eley (LocoSkates) Interview
Tell us a little bit about Loco Skates, and the background of how it all came about ?
I opened Loco in December 2004 after the realization that I couldn’t work in a job where I had to take orders from someone else. I was heavily involved in skating so it made sense.
The Woodbridge brothers had opened the late Hold No Hostage shop near Portsmouth which was a massive inspiration. As it happens Rob Woodbridge now plays a massive part in the functioning of LocoSkates. We have a high street store in Eastbourne near Brighton Sussex and of of course the website is world wide! […]
Scott Quinn Interview
Tell us a bit about yourself ?
My name is Scott Quinn I am 22, originally from a small town called Chapelton but currently living in Dumbarton, Scotland; getting to session unit 23 everyday.
How did you start Rollerblading ?
well, I used to play hockey and I watched a couple of guys from my team grinding a bench after practice, I knew straight away I wanted to do it, and not long after that hockey wasn’t a priority any more so I left the team to have more time skating. […]