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Quoting Wikipedia:

Brian Matthew Isoa Shima (born December 22, 1981) is a former professional inline skater. Considered one of the greatest in the sport, he also holds the record for the most pro skates held by any person (you can check some of those here).

He skated professionally for aggressive skating brands USD (Universal Skate Design, or Upside Down) & Razors Skates and was, along with Jon Elliott, a former pro skater, co-owner and team rider of Ground Control frames, Nimh Skates, 4x4 Wheels, Vicious Bearings, King Crow bearings and Shima Skate Manufacturing (SSM). Along with Jon Elliott and Jan Welch, Shima started a distribution company called Rat Tail in 2002.

Shima owned his own skate brand, named Shima Skate Manufacturing, also known as SSM, which was launched after he left his former company Nimh. He is also co-founder of the World Rolling Series (WRS).

Brian has appeared in several videos such as: Children of the Night (c) 1996 Medium, Film of the Year (C) 1997 Medium, Espionage (C) 1997 PRN, Smell the Glove (C) 1998 Medium, Amateur (C) 1998 Joe Navran, Elements 2 (C) 1999 PRN, United Front 1 (C) 2000 Jan Welch, Brain Fear Gone (C) 2000 Trendkiller, Coup De Tat (C) 2000 Joe Navran & USD, Uncloned (C) Razors team Video 2001, What Do You Believe In? (C) 2001 Trendkiller, Concentration (C) 2001 Escozoo Media, United Front 2: Trash (C) 2003 Jan Welch, Razors Closer (C) 2003 Beau Cottington & Razors, 8th Annual Hoedown (C) 2004 Jason Reyna Project, Leading the Blind (C) 2004 Jan Welch / Patrick Lennen & 4x4 Urethane, Ego (C) 2004 Adam Johnson & Razors, Killerboots (C) 2005 Artistry Productions, Barely Dead (C) 2006 Misled Media, Drip Drop (C) 2008 Old Apple Films, Nimh Team Video (C) 2011 Monk & Race.

Iconic Skate Spots: Dallas Kink

Sat, Jun 19, 2021

Iconic Skate Spot: The legendary Dallas Kink Rail in La Mesita Park, San Diego (California).

Iconic Skate Spots: Dallas Kink

Featuring: Chris Haffey, Louis Zamora, Frank Stoner, Eric Schrijn, Damien Wilson, Mike Murda Johnson, Rob Thompson, Jules le Penseur, Dustin Jones, Robert Guerrero, Jochen Smuda, Brian Shima, Brandon Mateer, Dustin Halleran, Jeff Dalnas, Brian Aragon, Montre Livingston & more.

Iconic Skate Spots: Dallas Kink

A compilation by Scoreback (Youtube Channel).

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Iconic Skate Spot: Staples Center (Los Angeles)

Tue, Jun 15, 2021
Iconic Skate Spot: Staples Center (Los Angeles)

Featuring Jeff Stockwell, Eric Perkett, Brian Shima, Josh Petty, Chris Haffey, Carlos Bernal, Jon Elliott, Ryan Northway, Jon Julio, Ron Copeland, Erick Garcia, Brandon Campbell, Dre Powell, Cosimo Tassone, Billy O’Neill & more.

Iconic Skate Spot: Staples Center (Los Angeles)

A compilation by Scoreback (Youtube Channel).

Iconic Skate Spot: Staples Center (Los Angeles)
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What Do You Believe In? (2001) - Full Video + Soundtrack

Mon, Jun 14, 2021
What Do You Believe In? (2001) - Full Video + Soundtrack

Written and directed by industry pioneer Arlo Eisenberg, edited by rollerblading’s most influential filmmaker Joe Navran (FOR II, Elements, Coup De Tat) and produced by Mindgame’s Shane Coburn, “What Do You Believe In?” set out to completely re-imagine what a rollerblading video could be.

What Do You Believe In? (2001) - Full Video + Soundtrack

“What Do You Believe In?” features five of the brightest stars in rollerblading: Brian Shima, Jon Elliott, Josh Petty, Rachard Johnson, and Jaren Grob. The video focuses on their skating, which is some of the best ever captured on film, but it is complemented by a surreal story line which weaves in and out of their sections.

What Do You Believe In? (2001) - Full Video + Soundtrack

“What Do You Believe In?” is not a narrative story in the conventional sense, nor is it a standard skate video neatly divided into rider’s sections. It is a low budget, experimental, artistic interpretation of skating that does not merely break all of the rules but seems to be completely unaware of them altogether.

The skating alone would rank “What Do You Believe In?” among the best videos ever made, but add to that its artistic vision and its fearless conviction to add something completely new to the rollerblading landscape and what you’ve got is an instant classic. “What Do You Believe In?” is a landmark video and a must have for any rollerbladers collection.

Soundtrack

  • Intro: Joy Division – Ceremony.
  • Brian Shima 1: My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult - A Daisy Chain for Satan.
  • Brian Shima 2: Ozzy Osborne – I Just Want You.
  • Rachard Johnson 1: Hi Tek – Scratch Rappin.
  • Rachard Johnson 2: Trick Daddy – I’m a Thug.
  • Josh Petty 1: Kurupt ft. Daz, Roscoe, Jayo, Bad Azz: Who Ride Wit’ Us (remix).
  • Josh Petty 2: N/A.
  • Josh Petty 3: Pink Floyd – The Nile Song.
  • Jon Elliot: Samhain – Let the Day Begin.
  • Jaren Grob: Metallica – Orion.
  • Credits: – Out of Sync.

Previously: Arlo Eisenberg Explains Everything About the Video ‘What Do You Believe In’ - Winterclash 2018 Panel.

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Iconic Skate Spots: Blair Witch Rail

Sun, Jun 13, 2021
Iconic Skate Spots: Blair Witch Rail

The infamous haunted Blair Witch Rail. Featuring: Josh Petty, Brandon Campbell, Chris Beaumont, Colin Mcleod, Franky Morales, Dustin Latimer, Brian Shima, Aaron Feinberg, Iain Mcleod, Mike Way & more.

Iconic Skate Spots: Blair Witch Rail

A compilation by Scoreback (Youtube Channel).

Iconic Skate Spots: Blair Witch Rail
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Iconic Skate Spot: Bercy (Paris, France)

Tue, Jun 8, 2021
Iconic Skate Spot: Bercy (Paris, France)

The legendary ledges in Bercy, France. Featuring: Randy Spizer, Sven Boekhorst, Sandro Brun, Adrien Anne, Ryan Northway, Mathieu Heinemann, Antony Pottier, Dre Powell, Brian Shima, Fabrice Guyont, Beat Schillmeier, Dustin Latimer, Chris Haffey, Brian Aragon, Jochen Smuda, Roman Abrate, Jona Messerli, Kare Lindberg, Julian Bah, Will Gordon & more.

Iconic Skate Spot: Bercy (Paris, France)

A compilation by Scoreback (Youtube Channel).

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Chris Haffey x Razors Shima 1 - Unboxing Rollerblading Memories & Park Clips (Intuition Clips, 2021 by Dom West)

Tue, May 25, 2021
Chris Haffey x Razors Shima 1 - Unboxing Rollerblading Memories & Park Clips (Intuition Clips, 2021 by Dom West)

Intuition rider Chris Haffey (aka Chris Half-Aussie) checks in from his second home in Australia, and unboxes a fresh pair of throwback future shoes from his childhood hero Brian Shima. These days, Chris and his wife Elle are raising their son Cruz down under - waiting out the pandemic, eager to return to California soon. Lucky for us, he got with Dom West to give us a glimpse of classic Haffey skating, in new again skates from a previous era.

Chris Haffey x Razors Shima 1 - Unboxing Rollerblading Memories & Park Clips (Intuition Clips, 2021 by Dom West)

Filmed by Chris Haffey & Dom West, edited by Dom West & Cody Norman.

Razors Cult Shima 1 Skates (Photo courtesy of Inlinespecial.cz)

Chris Haffey x Razors Shima 1 - Unboxing Rollerblading Memories & Park Clips (Intuition Clips, 2021 by Dom West)

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Chris Haffey x Razors Shima 1 - Unboxing Rollerblading Memories & Park Clips (Intuition Clips, 2021 by Dom West)
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Iconic Skate Spots: Leap of Faith - Compilation by Scoreback (2021)

Sun, May 23, 2021
Iconic Skate Spots: Leap of Faith - Compilation by Scoreback (2021)

All the craziness that went down at the legendary Leap Of Faith gap.

Iconic Skate Spots: Leap of Faith - Compilation by Scoreback (2021)

Featuring Justin Buchanan, Jeff Stockwell, Chris Haffey, Carlos Pianowski, Ian Brown, Nick Wood, Jason Marshall, Matt Mantz, Brian Shima, Erick Garcia, Ryan Northway, Myan Tamang, Kell Mckenzie, Anthony Puerta, Jay Mulligan, Albert Hooi, Eric Perkett & more.

Iconic Skate Spots: Leap of Faith - Compilation by Scoreback (2021)
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Respect (2004) by Beau Cottington - Full Video

Sat, Nov 3, 2018
Respect (2004) by Beau Cottington - Full Video

60+ minutes of strictly the realest. Footage stockpiled from late 1996 to 2004. Total over 230 hours of raw footage. Tricks & stunts from all 7 of my prior full release’s to date, as well as current, and old unseen footage. Put in sections seperated by skater to get a feel for their style and progression over the years. Plus a few sections from some very promising young guns. - Beau Cottington (2004).

Sections - PLAY: Intro | Louis Zamora | Brian Hamm | Mike Albritton & Troy White | Brent Hicks & Chris Haffey | Rob Thompson | TJ Webber | Blake Dennis & Santiago Azpurua | Abdiel Colberg | Brandon Campell & Tristan Feerey | Tory Treseder & Jimmy Shuda | Robert Guerrero & Beau Cottington | Mike MURDA Johnson & Dre Powell | Dominic Sagona | Cory Casey | Jon Elliott | Brian Shima | Eric Schrijn | Eric Perkett | Credits - Playlist on Youtube.

Respect (2004) by Beau Cottington - Full Video

Montages - PLAY:

  • Montage 1 with Bruno Loewe, Marc Dubied, Jona Messerli, Kato & Chris Haffey.
  • Montage 2 with Matt Mantz, Champion Baumstimler, Joe Tan, Jason Marshall, Shayne Skowers, Vinny Minton, Billy Prislin & Dustin Latimer.
  • Montage 3 with Erik Burke, Josh Clarke, Cory Donohoe, Dominic Wagner, Charles Dunkle, Christian Rodriguez, Matt Morrisson, Josh Petty, Walt Austin, Sam Davis, Chris Lapenta, Chris Haffey, Billy Prislin, Bruno Loewe, Jon Bergeron, Erik Bailey, Dustin Latimer, Hoang Phung, Marc Dubied, Oscar Colmanero, Micah Yeager, Mike Spring, Dustin Halleran, Carlos Ibanez, Tomas Banuelos, Beau Hale, Champion Baumstimler, Dominic Sagona, Jason Marshall, John Starr, Billy O’Neill, Omar Wysong, Jon Elliott & Ian Brown.
Respect (2004) by Beau Cottington - Full Video

Respect (2004) by Beau Cottington, a retrospective remix from almost a decades’ worth of raw footage tapes. Released in 2004, with an original skater-produced soundtrack.

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Razors Blitz Tour (2002) by Jan Welch - United Front 2, Bonus Section

Sat, Feb 10, 2018
Razors Blitz Tour (2002) by Jan Welch - United Front 2, Bonus Section

The 2002 Razors Blitz Tour was one of the craziest tours I’ve ever been on. It was a 32 day tour, where we visited 23 skateparks in 16 states and went to the Airborne contest in Detroit, a Woodward East Competition and IMYTA in Atlanta.

Razors Blitz Tour (2002) by Jan Welch - United Front 2, Bonus Section

We rotated in new skaters every 7-10 days. I was the only person who was on the entire tour to document it. We had a 30 foot RV that was completely destroyed by the end of the tour. Conditions were cramped and miserable inside and the heat was on another level.

We had some amazing times and some low moments. But it was a great bonding experience with many people I’m still friends with 16 years later.

The tour was: Iain Mcleod, Jeff Stockwell, Mac McMeans,Tory Treseder, Jason Howard, Mike Johnson, Dustin Jones, Dustin Halleran, Brian Shima, Micah Yeager, Omar Wysong, Robert Lievanos, Charles Dunkle, Jon Elliott, Wes Driver and Cory Casey. This edit originally appeared as a bonus section on the United Front 2: Trash DVD I made back in 2003. - Jan Welch.

*Music: “No Such Thing” by Agent Orange.

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VG19 ECVG2 (2001): Eisenbergs Hoedown

Sat, Dec 30, 2017

The Hoedown bonus section from VG19 East Coast VG2.

VG19 ECVG2 (2001): Eisenbergs Hoedown

Classic section, featuring Dustin Latimer, Brian Shima, Alex Soto, Mike Murda Johnson, Abdiel Coldberg, Josh Obert, Tyler Shields, Louie Zamora, Gonzo, Clark Kirkman, Jeff Stockwell, Randy Marino, Sam Fogerty, Frankie Morales, Lonnie Gallegos, Brian Hamm, Dustin Halleran, Aaron Feinberg, Chris Haffey & more!

VG19 ECVG2 (2001): Eisenbergs Hoedown
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Skaters: | Joe Atkinson | Brian Aragon | Chihiro Azuma | Carlos Bernal | Beat Schillmeier | Sam Crofts | John Bolino | Alex Broskow | Julien Cudot | Warren Digne | Richie Eisler | Eugen Enin | Chris Farmer | Demetrios George | Mathieu Heinemann | Nils Jansons | Montre Livingston | Nick Lomax | Franky Morales | Mery Muñoz | Mathias Silhan | Brian Shima | Soichiro Kanashima | Chynna Weierstall | Takeshi Yasutoko

Skate Brands: Adapt | Deshi | Faction | Gawds | Iqon | Nimh | Razors | Roces | Seba | SSM | Them | Trigger | USD |