We are super hyped to have Eryk Pilch representing Blank out of Poland! His creative flow is infectious. Per Eryk: Last two weeks I spent in Israel. Since I was filming for other project, I had a little time for my own skating and in the end I got really sick and was out for five full days.
Still, I managed to get some clips here and there and it came together into a small video, that I named “Shalom”. “Shalom” means “good morning” and even though its not the only Hebrew word I know, it’s the phrase I use to greet a rollerblading community that doesn’t know me yet. So shalom and enjoy the show!
Previously: Eryk Pilch - I L U S I O N (Poland, 2022) (September 2022).
The Blank Team is a group of creative humans who enjoy rolling on boots. In this edit, Tom Hyser, the founder of Blank and marketing manager at Rollerblade, explains what the brand is all about. The world is a blank canvas for skating. Blank pro riders, Cameron Talbott, Sean Keane, and Tony Woodland skate the streets of San Francisco together with cameos by Nolan Jun, Vairo Czar, and Stephen Babcock. Also featured, photographer Erick Garcia. Each of these skaters bring their own unique flavor to the Blank by Rollerblade brand. Riders not featured: Sven Boekhorst, Javi Garrido, Ariel Surun, Maxime Genoud, and Andy Kruse. Shot and edited by Taylor Kobryn.
Sean Keane has changed the game in street skating with his technical and creative ability. The Blank SK pro skate is the finest example of skater input coming to life. This edit is full of magical skating only Sean can throw down.
Shot and edited by Taylor Kobryn. Cameos by: Stephen Babcock & Tony Woodland. The Blank SK is available in stores now in sizes 6-12.5 US. Blank skates have a singular shell for each size, which translates to the highest performance skate possible. Photo: Juicedsuckafoos.
Tony Woodland grew up in Nashville, Tennessee. The south has always had strong skate scenes and Tony is the Nashville’s finest. Enjoy the powerful style and killer Nashville spots. Shot and chopped by Zach Leavell.
Previously: Blank Arizona Team Trip - Desert, Ditches, Dreams (2022) by Taylor Kobryn.
We are proud to announce Javiera Garrido to the Blank amateur team! Javi comes from Spain where the street spots are prime. Javi brings raw talent and a cool vibe that is a welcome mix to the Blank team. Keep your eyes peeled for this up and coming shredder. Edit by Nacho Marmol Perez.
The Blank Pro team: Cameron Talbott, Tony Woodland, Sean Keane, plus OG Ariel Surun, travel to Arizona in search of desert, ditches, and dreams. A special introduction to our new amateur rider Nolan Jun. The riders explore the streets of Phoenix, climb down into the grimy ditches, and live it up for 3 days of good times and skating. Video shot and cut by Taylor Kobryn.
Maxime Genoud is a beast. In the winter the beast can’t be released, Maxime lives in Switzerland. During the winter the beast maintains his skills at the local skatepark. Enjoy this lil’ park edit and look out for more big boosting edits from Maxime soon!
In conversation about the New Rollerblade Blank Sean Keane Pro Skate ahead of its European release around Xmas 2022. We took a close look at the skate, tested it and talked about how it skated. - Locoskates. With Harry Abel, Gaston Demoratti and Jake Eley.
Add those numbers up and you get Sven Boekhorst’s age. Lately Sven has been working on some new hot clips with Niels Groenendijk. He’s always working hard to get the best for his video segments. Amazingly these clips that didn’t make the cut for his Plastic Pushers V2 profile and the patspang streetcat edit are still definitely worth viewing. This collection of clips features Sven testing the different samples of the newly released BLANK SK skate.
A Video cut by Cavin Brinkman. Music by Mecca83.
Ariel Surun rips the smooth lines during a visit to Connecticut. Shot and cut by Jeremy Raff.
Previously: Country Store (2021) by Jeremy Raff - Up north with the Bodega Boys, with skating from: Augusto Castillo, Andrew Nemiroski, Ariel Surun, Robby Silcox, Mike Torres, Ian Hutchinson, Jeremy Raff, Brendan Brown, and Alex Ryerson.