Columbus has always been a great hub for rollerblading. A sometimes forgotten gem in the Midwest, it is inhabited by a group of bladers that have been friends since childhood that still push each other every chance they get. Glory To Columbus.
Featuring Kyle Wood, Paul Stewart, Hawke Trackler, Bradley Wilson, and Stefan Brandow.
Kyle Wood: 1:03 - Paul Stewart: 2:58 - Hawke Trackler: 7:13 - Montage: 9:36 - Bradley Wilson: 12:29 - Stefan Brandow: 16:00
Paul Stewart and I have been blading with each other for well over a decade by this point and I can say without a shred of doubt this is the greatest thing to date I’ve made of him and am proud to have watched it all unfold. Cheers to my blood brother, neighbor, school mate, my roommate, loyal partner in crime but above all a true die hard friend. Cheers to Paul Stewart on this section because it was well earned and deserved. - Hawke Trackler.
Filmed in Columbus, OH and Detroit, MI by Brian Weis, Hawke Trackler, Bradley Wilson & Kyle Wood.
Trivia: The terms A-side and B-side refer to the two sides of 78, 45, and 33 1/3 rpm phonograph records, whether singles, extended plays (EPs), or long-playing (LP) records. (Wikipedia).
Sean Grossman and Stefan Brandow in New York City.
An older montage I made awhile back for a edit series I wanted to make more often titled Members of the Foot Clan. I did lose drive to continue on with it but always liked how this one turned. Please enjoy! – Hawke Trackler.
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.