Mickey is an OG and after a long hiatus came back and skated the shit out of the rails at Melville skatepark at the Richard Rowland Memorial OG Comp walking away with the win in the OG division. Found this rad song by the band Fuzz that suits Mickey’s style of skating. - Niam Kerr-Bell.
OG Blade thing 2017 in Auckland (New Zealand) which went down on Saturday the 25th of November 2017. Thanks to all of the sponsors on the day that all helped make the day what it was: Feet Blading, Kaltik Frames, K2 Skates, Square Wheels NZ, Bayside Blades, GT Refinishers and VC Clothing.
A bit big shout out to the Notorious BHS for the Daily Bread issue one donated as a prize and also to Slothy for judging.
- Ariel Gallo Silva
- Peter Dunkley
- Tim Van Weerd
- Ben Horgan
Best trick: Isaac Callen & Libor Medřický.
Scott Bently’s trick of choice: Tim Van Weerd.
Raw footy of ole Brandon Ford skatin’ on those skates while he’s skating. - Visaid.
Scott Crawford was in town for the Mega Ramp and Josh Clarke set up a skate meet at Chelsea Skatepark for everyone to have a session before Scott headed back home. A fun session of aggressive inline skating was had by all - PLAY.
Joe Stuart also made a pretty cool website called Shiftyroyale.com.
Welcome at 14×41 a well flavoured and tasty non-profit collaboration of Sven Boekhorst and Niels Groenendijk. These two chefs serve a 3 course video meal so the next generation of inline skaters can start cooking their stuff.
Sven started skating at the age of 14 years, and today at an age of 41 he still manages to spice things up when he drops the heat. This meal is free for everyone to enjoy and is well balanced, like his steady grinds on the streets. Whatever your preferred flavour is: He has got you covered in this one: Vert, Street and Park.
VERT EDIT: Amsterdam has a brand new halfpipe and Sven Boekhorst blessed it with his signature style tricks. Technical liptricks and amazing control in the air. The taste of it is well balanced and totally up to date. Hit play and get started.
STREET EDIT: In a search for great spots across the Netherlands Sven Boekhorst and Niels Groenendijk found some heavy hitter street spots. Niels managed to capture a full part of banging tricks and process these into main dish that exceeds all expectations.
PARK EDIT: As an all-round skater Sven makes it all taste good. This part is probably the dish where he truly shows his skills. As a master chef in control, technicality and hammers a park section of Sven Boekhorst is always finger licking good! Check him at skatepark Area 51 where all the proceeds of the donations will go to stimulate the future of street and park inline skaters.
Like the taste of it? Feel free to leave a tip and donate at the 14x41.com website. All proceeds will go to free skate lessons for the youth in Area 51 skatepark. For these lessons, we will work with a new skate instructor. Besides the donations made by you, the chefs of 14X41 will additionally donate 41 of Rollerblade® inline skates to area 51 skatepark for kids to use for free. Will you help us inspire and let the next generation get a taste of what we like? Dig in, donate and enjoy your meal!
Jon Julio’s Fleer Sport Card printed in 2000. Julio’s favorite inline trick is the soul grind and for Y2K, he’s working on one called the 40 ounce. JJ has taken first place in the 1996 NISS, 1996 ISS, Zurich ‘96 and Bercy 1999. Jon is also part owner of a clothing company - England Clothing - and a backpack company - Runners Project. A California boy, Jon is a big fan of the Los Angeles Lakers.