Hadrien Bastouil section from Solelh Video (Montpellier, France, 2020).
Music: Billy Thorpe - Children of the Sun ;
La Femme - Always in the Sun ;
DARKSIDE - Freak, Go Home ;
mixed with DARKSIDE - Freak, Go Home (Maida Vale Session).
Solelh is a rollerblading film about the sun and Montpellier. It documents more than two years of skating the streets of our beautiful and sunny region in the South of France. More than a sport or a lifestyle rollerblading the streets is a true passion bonding several humans together in a rather healthy and fulfilling way. Really hope you will enjoy this transcription as much as we had doing it. And remember, as long as there are people living the passion, rollerblading aint dead!
Solelh, Full Video - PLAY:
Thomas Riffaud |
Homies in the Sun |
Dimitri Dalais / Hugo Ruckly |
Bob Lemarrant / Pierre Doriez |
For the Homies Montage |
Homies See the Streetlights |
Charly Gringos |
Williams Cerlo / Lyss Cerlo |
Hadrien Bastouil |
Sunset Section |
Hidden Section |
Full Video -
Roces Ilya Savosin signature skates. X35 Jurassic Red 3x110. In shops september 2021.
Previously: Ilya Savosin (17) - Up and Comer (2018) - Razors Edit.
The Inline - Roller Vertical World Open is an online inline and roller skate vertical skating edit competition where vert / transition skaters can submit a 100 second edit showing their skill, style and creativity skating vertical obstacles (Youtube Playlist with all the entries).
The 2021 event was livestreamed on Youtube on June 20 (PLAY) and hosted by champion skaters Cesar Mora, Fallon Heffernan and Matt Salerno.
1st place: Nicolas Mougin (Strasbourg, France)
Flashback: Widely considered the most stylish rollerblader in the world, this re-edit of Dominic Sagona‘s Legacy section highlights the steez that sets this guy apart from the rest.
Music: Of Montreal – Oslo in the summertime.
You can preorder the USD Bladies x USD Aeon on Thebladies.com. Ships July 5th. LAST CHANCE. The last run of the Bladies X USD AEON is almost here! Thank you so much USD for the collab. All royalties goes towards Bladies and Bladies in events. More info coming soon! Megan Petersen (IG)
Up: Mery Munoz.
Do you like skating with music? Do you think it affects your skating? Does music influence our skate performance? Let’s find out in this weeks video. I went digging in scientific literature and found the answer! - The Blading Physio.
Sources: Terry, P. C., Karageorghis, C. I., Curran, M. L., Martin, O. V., & Parsons-Smith, R. L. (2020). Effects of music in exercise and sport: A meta-analytic review. Psychological Bulletin, 146(2), 91 # Elvers, P., & Steffens, J. (2017). The sound of success: Investigating cognitive and behavioral effects of motivational music in sports. Frontiers in psychology, 8, 2026.
Cotonete Cast is a podcast about music from rollerblading videos, with a selected playlist of classics, from the 90’s era up till nowadays, and some interviews with skaters from Brazil. All the shows are produced, presented and commented by Ciro Piva, and produced and edited by André Luiz Celeste, hope you all enjoy!
Cotonete Cast on Soundcloud |
Mixcloud.. Note: the show is in Portuguese, but I’m sure you don’t want to miss those classics tunes.
The legendary ASU ledges at the Arizona State University Art Museum in Tempe. Featuring: Dustin Latimer, Joey Chase, Chad Hornish, Sean Keane, Zachary Gutweiler, Billy Lannom, Byron Snatchywaters, Adam Brierley, Dean Coward, Mike French, Mike Koliner, Brian Aragon, Ryan Verseman, Steve Bear, Andrew Scherf, Matty Schrock, Andy Mikos, Ben Weis, Eric Schrijn, Chris Haffey, Brad Magnuson, Kenny Scherf, Matthias Ogger, Winston Wardwell, Mike Hartman, Eric Perkett, Casey Bagozzi & more.
A compilation by Scoreback (Youtube Channel).
Julian Bah skating on the new Symetrics UFS Big Wheel frames.
The Big Wheel frames are available in 4 configurations: 4x80mm, 4x84mm, 4x90mm, 4x100mm. Julian Bah’s Setup, Boot: Adapt Brutale Julian Bah Signature Series, Frames: Symetrics UFS 90mm frames, Wheels: Symetrics 90mm wheels, Bearings: Symetrics A9 bearings.
Shot by Juan Espinosa & Luis Corales. Cut by Julian Bah. Music by Myles Harris.