Blading by Basztin Takemura, edited by Miazga Studio. Camera: Patryk Pilch, Eryk Pilch, Tomasz Szymczyk, Tomek Przybylik, Łukasz Szczepański, Mateusz Bączkowicz. Tracks: Travelers All Stars - Don’t Give Up ; David Bowie - A New Career in a New Town.
2017 season part of Tomek Przybylik captured by Miazga Studio. Tomek is using USD AEON skates, both 72mm and 60mm models.
Music: “Opposable Thumbs (MPC2500 Live Performance)” by Matt Currie.
Lukasz Malewski (Bidet) is back in the streets of Poland!
Krystian Zarzeczny (Poland) shredding the Skate Arena Skatepark.
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