Iconic Skate Spot: The legendary handicap-rail and drop-rail at LR Green Elementary School in Escondido, California. Featuring: Ryan Northway, Iain Mcleod, Chris Haffey, Dre Powell, Brian Hamm, Lyle Shivak, Blake Dennis, Richie Eisler, Brent Hicks, Damien Wilson, Montre Livingston, Steven Tat, Mike Murda Johnson, Rachard Johnson, Alex Broskow, Edwin Wieringh, Korey Waikiki, Dan Barnes, Abdiel Colberg, Jimmy Ormsby, Eric Schrijn, Mike French, Beat Schillmeier, Gonzo Jaquez, Brian Aragon, Frazer Watson, Omar Wysong, Mike Radebaugh, Scott Bagnall, Joey Chase, Tom Martin, Robert Guerrero, Derek Henderson, Troy White, Eric Perkett, Jon Elliott, Oli Short, Bruno Loewe & more.
A compilation by Scoreback (Youtube Channel).
Music: Hemlock Ernst & Kenny Segal - Down.
“Dear Rollernews. I found an old harddisk with some legendary lost and unseen clips of Edwin Wieringh, Daan Hegt, Tyron Ballantine and many more. Me and Thijs Tel made this edit and in our eyes it’s the ultimate throwback section of the Amsterdam scene (most footage is filmed in 2010-2011)”. - Pascal Tan.
Featuring Edwin Wieringh (1983-2015), Pascal Tan, Randy Abels, Tyron Ballantine & Remy Schmidt.
Music by Shroom. Music mix by DJ P-Trickz (Bandcamp). Dedicated to Edwin Wieringh (1983-2015). Visit Nuffsaidamsterdam.com.
These are clips of my dear friend Edwin Wieringh that I filmed with him back in 2002/ 2003 for my video United Front 2. He was staying at my house for extend periods during these first years that I met him. I am going to miss this dude. R.I.P. Edwin Wieringh (1983-2015). - Jan Welch.
This is a documentary about Edwin Wieringh, a very talented professional Rollerblader who died too soon.
Edwin died after falling from his balcony on the 5th floor, on his birthday. At the time he was collecting clips of his skating in order to create a Profile.
He was also featuring in the Dutch TV show The Freestyle Games, who were kind enough to provide footage of him skating and most importantly of the interview that is the backbone of this documentary.
Edwin died on his 32nd birthday, leaving behind his family and friends. Rest in peace good buddy, you will be sorely missed. - Remy Cadier.