Plastic Pushers - Volume I: The new dutch inline skate movie filmed during the dutch (easy) lockdown. Full parts by: Pascal Tan 1:15, Wisse Ankersmit 3:54, Adam Szymanski 9:11, Giorgio Oehlers 12:54, Jeroen Wullems 16:39, Kenny Owens 22:26, Sebastiaan van Wijk 29:39, Vivien Butot & Robin Bosgra 32:33, Sem Croft 38:18 & Randy Abels 42:44. Also featuring: Hans Hardonk, Bas Houweling, Bartozs Beller, Dick Heerkens, Marnix Haak, Chris Nomden and more. Thanks for the vibes!
Featuring Alexander Linde, Dick Heerkens, Randy Abels, Deveril Abels, Remco van de Pol, Sven Boekhorst, Remy Cadier, Donny Straube, Roel Verhoeven.
Music: James Brown - “Try Me”, Night Beats - “Hex”, Bones - “Protein”.
Although climate change hits all of us, we are still forced to skate indoors during wintertime over here in the Netherlands. Normally we would hit the skateparks like we did years in a row. Last winter we decided to hit a parking garage like back in the day.
After getting kicked out at the first parking garage we wanted to skate, we skated about 20 spots with our buddies. Getting kicked out from a garage didn’t happen that often, maybe 3 or 4 times in total. We mostly skated after 8 pm till midnight, after a nice day of work and a quick bite to eat off we went. Randomly visit parking garages in cities like: Amsterdam, Den Haag, Leiden, Amersfoort, ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Utrecht and our favourite P-city Haarlem. In total we’ve spend € 81,60 ($88) on parking tickets, to get about 14 minutes of footage.
Bladers: Randy Abels, Remco van der Pol, Dick Heerkens, Alexander Linde, Remy Cadier, Deveril Abels, Sven Boekhorst, Levi van Rijn, Davy Wouda, Sjoerd Peters, Wisse Ankersmit, Vivien Butot, Sem Croft, Cavin Brinkman, Robin Bosgra, Wouter Schokking & Eric van Boven.
42k for 42 kilometers (a bit more than 26 miles) ; the Marseille bowl is 30 years old, it’s time for some celebration. Quoting Rollerblade.com: On September 23rd Kevin Quintin paid tribute to the world-famous bowl in Marseille, France by completing a marathon in the bowl.
A 42K challenge in this form has never been done before. Besides challenging his own abilities, Kevin will use this unique event to raise awareness to help support children with cancer. His event will also host a raffle via the MC Swim Challenge which supports the same cause.
Official Teaser by Point13 Association
Bonus 1: Kevin Quintin - A Life on Wheels - Rollerblade Edit (2020) - Kevin Quintin has been on wheels since he was a little boy. For about 30 years he’s had wheels attached to his feet. Growing up in Marseille, France he learned to skate in the world famous bowl at the beach of his hometown. This shaped his style of skating: hard and fast and without any boundaries.
Bonus 2: Kevin Quintin - Seba Profile by Anthony Finocchiaro - Winter 2011/ 2012, shot in the south of France, in Marseille & Toulon. Featuring downhill, freeride, a ghetto skatepark session and of course bowl skating.
Bonus 3: From 1991 till today, Kevin Quintin, skating at the Marseille Bowl (2011) by Anthelme bizeul
The patspang homies went out for 3 sessions in the sun. Featuring Remco van der Pol, Alexander Linde & Randy Abels… (Where’s Dick Heerkens?!).