Cletus Kuhn is the creator of Oysi Inline skates Chassis. in 1988 when Cletus for his first pair of skates, some quad skates, he was far from thinking of having his own skate brand one day.
But that day came. Cletus works as a mechanical engineer, and his passions for designing resulted in a very unique products which is having really good feed back from the aggressive skaters out there, but why? Listen to this 78 minutes skate talk and get most of your answers about the OYSI chassis, answered by Cletus himself. PLAY.
Michael (7) and Elijah (6) are two young South African skaters. The amount of passion and excitement this two have for skating is motivational.
When they are skating in the park, you see skateboarders clap their hands like you haven’t seen all day. I’m excited to be lucky enough to have this two around me and I’m hoping to have a lot more kids joining them soon! - Ricardo Lino.
Michael and Elijah both skate USD Transformer Skates.
A wall ride can be a very simple trick but it can also be a very advanced trick, but the best is to start with the basics. in this video i explain you the basics to wall ride. - Ricardo Lino.
Chris Haffey is one of the very best to ever put on a pair of Inline Skates. He travels the world with Nitro circus and I had the chance to have this little chat with him. - Ricardo Lino.
Call it skating, inline skating , blading or rollerblading because no matter what you call it, but the biggest event happening every year with the plastic wheel shoes is the Winterclash.
Jojo Jacobi is the man behind this event that makes people traveling from all over the world to skate togheter during a weekend in a cold location. In this Skate Talk, Jojo tell us how did it all started , and why he keeps doing it, even after having major financial problems due to one of the events fail. Curious about Summerclash? well, you got some answers right here. - Ricardo Lino.
At 36 years old, Richie Eisler was and still is one of the best ever putting his feet inside a pair of inline skates.
Richie skates has been traveling the world non stop for the last 6 years with the support brands such as USD skates, Kizer Frames, Undercover wheels, Ennui protections, Go project bearings, Noodle brain apparel and LOCO skate shop.
But does he plans on doing it for a lot longer? thats just one of the themes we got to speak during this 135mins Skate talk with one of the most influential skates in 2017.
Way before he was born, his parents moved from Poland to USA and Dallas, Texas was the city they chose to raise their kid. That was also where he started skating when he was 12 years old and where he started showing his skate skills to the world.
A few years later he started traveling for skating an since then his live has never been the same. My guest on this podcast now lives in Spain and he has been known for his “gipsy living” life style, but does he want to keep living that way?
Well, thats what you will hear today and a lot more like, his relationship with his sponsors Razors Skates and Ground Control, and how plans to help the skating world with his Blading Camps. Ladies and Gentleman, I’m super excited about this podcast with the one and only Josh Glowicki. - Ricardo Lino.
I do have the best wife in the whole wide world and i have no doubts about it! Imagine you get home and after work and your wife, girlfriend, partner (whatever…) tells you: “let’s skate our rail?” so thats what happened! - Ricardo Lino.
Ricardo and his wife are using CHAYA skates with Octo wheels and Wicked Bearings and ENNUI protections.
Born and Raised in Latvia, the 25 year old inline skater Nils Jansons has been on top of the game over the last few years.
Nils is a pro skater for Remz, BHC, Ground Control and Hedonskate Shop and is the most loyal skater I know. Listen to this podcast to know he got into skating and what a pro inline skater does on the daily basis. - Ricardo Lino.
- 02:02 - Whats up with Remz?
- 03:25 - How did you got into skating?
- 04:15 - Inline skating or Blading?
- 05:30 - The World Rolling Games in China
- 10:20 - Pump Tracks
- 13:18 - What does a professional skater does on the daily basis?
- 16:12 - The high class blading life
- 16:44 - Gold Remz skates
- 17:30 - The new Remz H.R 2
- 20:45 - Jo Zenk
- 21:30 - why Perception?
- 26:00 - how do you feel about me making a video every day and you doing one or 2 videos per year with so much details?
- 29:45 - Why did you start making marathons?
- 30:50 - the Berlin marathon Fun Pack
- 31:00 - are you getting payed by Remz?
- 32:15 - How did you get into Remz?
- 33:20 - did you ever got offered to skate for other brands?
- 35:30 - Winterclash Finals with Julian Cudot on Xsjado skates
- 38:40 - Your own Brand?
- 42:40 - Powerslide Megacruiser 125mm triskates
- 44:00 - Knee Injuries
- 47:31 - Changing the way of skating
- 49:30 - 540 alley oops topsoul
- 51:30 - Winterclash Madness
- 53:40 - Opinion on new school small obstacle skating
- 55:03 - Stephane mosselman
- 56:40 - Skate setup at the moment
- 1:00:00 - Skate camps in Poland
Ricardo Lino, big wheels edit full of positive energy. Featuring the Lino Parents ©.
Originally from NYC, Billy O’Neill also know as Fish, made a name for himself in the aggressive inline skating industry in the early 2000s.
He was never a Pro Skater for Razors, but he had some of the better video parts as an amateur then some pro back at the EGO video from Razors. Billy ended up being a PRO for USD skates and later for Shima’s skate company SSM.
Listen to this podcast to know how most of this happened and what´s happening after the Pro skater life. PLAY