Turning 30 years old could not mean a lot to some, hell it may even be a problem for some but for me I was never exactly sure how far in my life I would go so its some of the greatest news I am able to type out.
I have learned rollerblading is very dangerous but so is life. I have filmed for sooo many different types of video sections and where all others I’m proud of this one is more of A mile stone type feeling. Its like I signed my name and that I “was here” on the wall of the universe. I’m here and no body can write it in the same shoes I’m standing in. - Hawke Trackler.
Craig Parsons still letting me know age is only A number when it comes to rollerblading. Craig is from Believeland OH is the man! Now watch him blade! - Hawke Trackler.
This is a compilation about Jaren Grob. Jaren Grob is one of the best skaters of all time and he shows us different facettes of rollerblading.
Jaren Grob is an amazing park blader. He is a great street blader. Jaren Grob is a fantastic dad, as well as a living rollerblading legend and so much more! - Skamidan.
Music: Donors - Letter Box, Silent Partner - DC Love Go-Go, Silent Partner - Propeller, Silent Partner - Fire Breather, Silent Partner - Getting Dirty, Audionautix - Rocker. Visit Skamidan.com.
Started blading in 1997 and 20 yrs later I’m still at it. I turned 34 a few ago or so and got influenced by Troy Maimone and his 30 for 30. I guess you can say this was my blade challenge. - John Sullivan.
Fernando Pitoko, filmed by the Go Roller family all around Brazil. Edited by Felipe Zambardino.
Previously: Fernando Pitoko (32, Brazil): Park Edit (2017) by Bruno Canali (Filmed in San Jose, Florianopolis).
Coffee Session with Diego Rachadel, for Go Roller Shop. Filmed in Florianopolis, southern Brazil.