Tom Thieuleux (France): Taryf V, Edit by Jim Torre

Tom Thieuleux (France): Taryf V, Edit by Jim Torre

Bordeaux, France. Filmed by David Mounigan, Mono, Hugo Pena, Nelson Recalt & Romain Dejean.

Song: C2C – The Beat.

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11 Responses to “Tom Thieuleux (France): Taryf V, Edit by Jim Torre”

  1. tisba Says:

    Je supporte plus la musique mais sinon trés bon edit ^^, Taryf toujours au top, ça fait plaiz de voir du street français !

  2. Clemounet Says:

    Oooooh yeah ! Ouest Coast in the place.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    In b4 French hate

  4. RB Says:

    Le délire du cadi, 100% français !

  5. Anonymous Says:

    I watched this just because the screen cap made it look like he grinded the kink rail into the roll in. was disappoint. :/

  6. jojo Says:

    no style and gay selfimpression… ah gay french ;)


    more proof the French suck a dick at rollerblading

  8. Anonymous Says:

    The French hate thing is really really stupid and embarrassing (I’m an American). This wasn’t very good but I hate the nationalist stuff. Keep it in your pants France vs. America.

  9. Will Says:

    I actually liked it. The 360 to bank was fucking nuts, and you can tell he hucked it. Dude has balls. The top soul kink at the end was cool too. Not every free edit that we get on roller news has to be pro quality hammer hitting stuff. It’s good to see someone just having fun every once in awhile.

  10. Lowik Says:

    For all of you anonymous pussies who hate every piece of edit that are posted on Rollernews, let me tell you one thing, my fellows Taryf friends and I, LOVE IT when you spit your poison here !! keep your shit up, and we’ll make some other great edit like this !! Tom Thieuleux owns it, he will pull off every single trick as easy as you could ever imagine in your wet dreams =)

    PS : He was posted on the home page, doesn’t that prove something ? Go back jerking off on your keyboard.

    Peace out


  11. Sinjab Says:

    If only there were rails like that in UK! That link at end would of had a spin on and about 4 switch ups down.