The Blade Rats: Portland, Oregon rollerblading podcast narrated through the voices and sounds of the Pacific Northwest. Brad Oz, co-owner of Haunted Wheel Co hosts the podcast with friends: David Wittman, Eric Thompson, and Greg Tuthill. Available on Libsyn & Itunes.
Episode 2: David Wittman - Podcast on Libsyn.
Brad Oz joins David Wittman on a cruise through SE Portland. We discuss Alex Broscow, Portland, wheel setups, and Star Wars and its relation to blading.
Episode 1: Donate And Skate - Allen Clark & Zach Gideon - Podcast on Libsyn.
Brad Oz and the Portland, OR blade crew head out to the Donate And Skate Event at the majestic WJ Skatepark in Eugine, OR. Allen Clark and Zach Gideon, the event organizers, share a little knowledge on Donate and Skate Events.
Aaron Feinberg, signature sweatstance shot by Jeremy Townsend in Portland, Or 4.9.17.
(via the RN Flickr Photo Pool).
Featuring: Ian Walker, Randy Molina, Garret Mitschelen, Matt Oz, Brad Oz, Cody Lampman, Mike Blair, Birdy & Ray Chronenberg. Contributing footage by: Ian Walker, Matt Oz, Ryan Cza, Brian Weis, Ivan Gwynn, Taylor Popham & Ryan Grau. Tracklist: Some grass – Sleep, skeleteens – Feisty Cadavers, Jazz A gogo – France Gall, Jesus Loves me – Rose Shephard & Ellen M. Smith, Cameos By Beavis And Butthead.
Interview with Matt Osantoski, Haunted Co-owner
Originally hailing from Michigan but now a fully diversified outfit, Haunted Wheels has pushed up from the dark corners of blading to carve out their own niche.
Now with riders across the continent and the braintrust split between Mid- and Pac-West locales, the brand is ready to move into another phase as it looks ahead, surveys the past, and decides how to focus their efforts moving forward.
Co-owner Matt Osantoski took time to answer our questions — so here’s the skinny on Haunted Wheels.
Interview on Oneblademag.com.
Joey Mcgarry talks in a scatterbrained way about THE FULL LENGTH VIDEO.
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Carlos Pianowski is 36 years old, born and raised in Brazil but it was out of Brazil where Carlo’s skates by shined the most. - Ricardo Lino.
Cletus Kuhn is the creator of Oysi Inline skates Chassis. in 1988 when Cletus for his first pair of skates, some quad skates, he was far from thinking of having his own skate brand one day.
But that day came. Cletus works as a mechanical engineer, and his passions for designing resulted in a very unique products which is having really good feed back from the aggressive skaters out there, but why? Listen to this 78 minutes skate talk and get most of your answers about the OYSI chassis, answered by Cletus himself. PLAY.