Save the Skatepark! The only silver lining in the wake of the I-85 bridge fire collapse is the unveiling of a clandestine skatepark.
The secret is out and Georgia state officials have indefinitely shutdown the park. As early as next week, the agency is willing to sit down with the community to discuss the permitting process.
Scott Higley (a spokesperson for GDOT) has stated that nothing is off the table at this point. If we could get enough supporters then the state officials may agree to save the park. Go sign the petition!
Carson Starnes got the hook up with some local ATL skateboarders and we where invited to shred there mini. I suck at filming mini so it suck and so does trump (he made the bridge collaps in Atlanta when we arrived). – Cavin Brinkman.
Skaters: Carson Starnes, Levi van Rijn, Chris Smith, Julian Bah.
This was goin’ to be a bonus edit for the F.O.R. 4 project but it didn’t fit in the folder. – Erick Rodriguez.
Music: Dave East Ft. ASAP Ferg – Paper Chasin.
9TO5DigiMedia and FP Films is proud to present the 4th installment of the Future of Rollerblading series. We were able to film with some of the most legendary bladers in the game along with some of the new generation of shredders in NYC, California, Atlanta, North Carolina, Las Vegas, and Spain.
F.O.R. 4 is out! you can support the project on Sellfy.
LocoSkates rider Alex Burston blading Amsterdam Street, Vert and Carpark! Edit by Cavin Brinkman, music by DJ Hyperlink.
With a constant influx of new individuals and a strong appreciation for its rich history, there are few scenes that have stood the test of time like London. I was fortunate enough to be back in The City with the boys recently and spent some time making this little piece for London. - Dom West.
Featuring Sam Crofts, Blake Bird, James Bower, Oli Short, Alex Burston, Mike Simpson, Mike Welland & Neil Ingall.
When Jeff Dalnas wrapped filming and shooting for his 2016 ONE Blade Life here in San Diego, he offered up the not-all-too-uncommon “See you again soon.” Less than one year later we realize he meant it.
In March, Jeff flew himself to San Diego once again to do a “blade cation” while Sean Macgowan and Steve Steinmetz worked their shutters. The result is another freemium Blade Life photo + edit + interview capsule
, made possible by the hard work and determination of one of our generation’s longest-shredding bladers.
Respect to Jeff! Now strap in for another discussion about what makes this singular New England personality tick.