Mike McFly’s (Youtube) search for the holy grail is over. After 8 years of Ebay scouting, he finally got his hands on this Rollerblade 1988 gem by Greg Stump. He digitized it, and shared it for the pleasure of your eyes. This is blading history, don’t miss it!
Ever since the aggressive in-line skate video KFC III: Straight Jackit hit the scene (winter 2003), I’ve been searching for this video. This is the original promotional video produced by Greg Stump productions for Rollerblade. this video was lampooned for a skate shop promo on that 2003 DVD. I now present the video in its original un-edited, full color glory!
this video features team Rollerblade skates like Bruce “AJ” Jackson, Jill Schulz, Pat Parnell and many others. the stunts they pull off are literally insane (10+ foot airs on the original Rollerblade Blade runner skate with a lace up cuff)…. also keep in mind that even the most experienced bladers had only been doing it for 2-4 years. - Mike McFly.
VG6 Toys Beneath our Feet (Full Video).
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.
A compilation by Scoreback (Youtube Channel).
That time Arlo Eisenberg came to Toronto (Canada), back in the summer of 1996. More Oldschool goodies on the Villionaires Youtube Channel.
Flashback: Miguel Ramos shared this video interview of Arlo Eisenberg (1995) for ESPN.
X-Games 1996, french broadcast (M6) with interviews of Chris Edwards, Arlo Eisenberg, Rene Hulgreeen & more.
The video stops shaking at 0:30. Video courtesy of Chris Creative (Vimeo).
8th Wonder was my first section in a real video. I still remember what it was like staying at Justin’s house on the weekends and cruising all around the bay area to simply skate and get tricks on tape. No sponsors, no obligations and no agenda other than having fun.
Being 15 years old, all I wanted to do was skate and all Justin wanted to do was film me (and others) skating. Back in those days it was all about the group session and that’s how a lot of the stuff was filmed. You could always count on some of your friends skating the spots with you, and getting you juiced to land tricks.
I was always pushing myself the most when skating with the older, and better dudes like Erick Garcia, Rob G, Vinny Minton, Jared Magers, Pat Lennen and more. Each time I watch this video, all I can think about is those non stop care free sessions with friends. It’s a nice reminder of the main reason I fell in love with blading and still do it after all these years. - Brandon Smith.
Themgoods Classics | Brandon Smith - More Sections, PLAY: Northern Exposure | The DYNA Team Video | DYNA Remix | The Paradigm Video.
Todd and Joey watch the 1996 rollerblading video “Fast Shoes” by T-Bone Films. Produced by Craig Caryl, camera man: Jose Cuervo, cinematography: Evan Stone.
Article by: Tom Smith. Words by: Jess Dyrenforth, Brooke Howard-Smith. Contributors: Ryan Betor, Kevin Gillan, Kenji Toyofuku.
Foreword: History lesson 101. If you are reading this article in the future, maybe anti-rockers are making a comeback in rollerblading, maybe not, but somewhere, somehow, someone is still rocking them. Right now, in the year 2017, flat rockered setups are all the rage. Although a lot of this is opinion, it’s fair to say that riding flat will give the skater more speed, control and quicker turns. But what about the humble anti-rocker grind wheel? If you have never heard about grind wheels then let us enlighten you with the words that follow.
We take a trip back in time to 1993 to look at the first production anti-rockers; The Senate C-Notes and Bribes and why there was ever a need for a dedicated wheel for grinding in the first place. Which pioneers came up with such a unique concept and how they created the ultimate ‘game-changer’.
Check the Article on Theblademuseum.com.
This channel is to show the work that I have done over the years. You will find videos from when I first started in the film industry to current videos in the advertising world. – Craig Caryl.
Check the Craig Caryl’s Youtube Channel.
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