“I had such a blast filming this one, and I’m beyond hyped to be joining the Fifty 50 family. Juiced to share this one with y’all! Grab your headphones, turn up the volume and enjoy the vibes!”. - Robert Kellett.
Filmed over 7 afternoons in sunny Brisbane, Australia. Filmed by James McErlain. Additional Filming by Nat Ogden & Regan Thompson. Edited by ya boi Robert Kellett. Soundtrack: GUM - S.I.A, GUM - Gemini.
Back in February, the crew and I ventured over to Europe for Winterclash 2023, followed by a week of street skating in Barcelona. Battling the same Winterclash flu you probably caught, and some lingering jet lag, we arrived in Barca feeling hella dusty but excited to finally see what this infamous skate wonderland had to offer… and it did not disappoint! - Robert Kellett.
Featuring: James McErlain, Jamie Sims, Nat Ogden & Vashti Rufus Wilson.
“As for myself, my leg was bruised from knee to toes & twice the normal size after tearing the muscle of my shin (fun!) at Winterclash the week before, So I didn’t put my skates on once the entire time! Still, I’m grateful I was able to walk around, explore, share some epic memories with my best mates and film them getting jiggy with it in the streets! Here’s what we managed to capture during our time there - Went for a different vibe with the music on this one but hope y’all dig it! Headphones recommended!”.
Music: Cochemea - Mitote, Peaches - F the pain away.
Back at it again, hotter than a beanie on a hat rack. Falling short of 2 fast 2 furious, Mantra 2 is all about family. Skate family is important and taking a couple of weeks to work on a project together reminds us that even if we get stuck, our skate bro will always be there to help. During this time we push ourselves by taking on a better mantra towards skating. So sit down and have a frothy yeast thick shake and enjoy.
Nat Ogden &
Jamie Sims. Filmed in Brisbane, Australia.
A day in the dam with a big international crew. Poland, USA, Australia, Ireland and the dutch represented on this beautiful sunny pre clash day.
Declan Chalmers &
Morgan Lynch. Music: High Vis - Choose to Lose.
Nolan van Ophoven,
Robin Bosgra & more!
“I’d love to write a big spiel about these clips, because 2022 was a wild one ; but truth be told I don’t really know where to begin. A lot of big changes in my personal life; with a fair share of heart warming moments, balanced out by some stressful heart-wrenching ones”.
“This video is purely a collection of loose clips I’ve collected throughout 2022. Most of which were on the backside of an injury, or me just coming out of those post injury spooks”.
“My skating in 2022 felt very stop-starty… just when I would find a rhythm, I’d get injured; mostly because my mind was probably elsewhere. I put a lot of unnecessary pressure on myself to skate a certain way, or at a certain level, only to find that treating skating like that left me feeling nothing but down when I couldn’t perform to my own expectations; or frustrated I couldn’t perform for the fleeting moments an opportunity to actually get a clip would arise.
In a weird full circle, I ended the year with the same outlook on skating that I started with - there’s literally no pressure to be anything but myself. It’s fun. It’s creative. It’s pure freedom. I can do it any way I want to, and it’s exactly how I make it… a vision, that I sadly lost somewhere throughout 2022. Depressive mindset’s suck. Sometimes putting pressure on yourself is healthy, but sometimes, it really isn’t.
Here’s to having more fun skating, with less pressure in 2023”. - Rob Kellett.
Filmed in my beautiful hometown of Brisbane, Australia. Filmed by James McErlain & Nat Ogden. Song: Blue Mitchell - Asso Kam.
Well, where to begin… after 9 years of riding on the Remz Australia team, I feel it’s finally time to move on. I’d like to thank Remz Australia and Reds Distribution for their continued support over the years. Having your support from a young age in my skating career has given me motivation, self belief and drive to push harder and better myself in all aspects of my skating. I am forever grateful for all the skates you’ve sent me over the years, each of which house a lot of great memories skating with my friends in various places of the world.
To take a final look back, I’ve put together this video featuring some of my favourite clips over the years. Some because of the tricks themselves, others because of the the filming or the memories associated with that moment in time. I hope y’all enjoy this one! Here’s to the future! New horizons, wherever they may lead! Peace & Love y’all! - Rob Kellett.
Filmed by: James McErlain, Josh Nielsen, Nat Ogden, Zac Hutchings, Dave Russell. Music: HDSN - Life was different with you.
What’s up y’all. I’m back, well kinda… I actually filmed this review 2 years ago, however life just seemed to get busier and busier as time went on, and I never had the chance to properly edit it together until now. I still feel the same way about everything I discuss in the video, so I felt it was still very relevant to share - if not more so now, as I’ve had another 2 years of skating Symetrics frames, and have only come to love them more and more! - Robert Kellett.
Symetrics brand is a sister company founded by Adapt brand owners Olga Bouwhuis and Pieter Wijnant. The first Symetrics product we made was the symmetrical soulplate that comes along with Adapt skates. We have come a long way since our first product and now offer a wide range of frames, soulplates, wheels, bearings and goodies. Visit Symetricsbrand.com.
Up: Robert Kellett for Symetrics.
In order of appearance:
🇺🇸 Jordan Williams,
🇦🇹 Michael Witzemann,
🇺🇸 Khamin Crow,
🇨🇭 Mauro Mar,
🇺🇸 Young Almighty
🇺🇸 Shane Mcclay,
🇺🇸 Zach Tierce
🇺🇸 Justis Pope,
🇺🇸 Jui$e Money,
🇰🇷 Junkyu Park,
🇦🇺 Robert Kellett,
🇩🇪 Eugen Enin. An ode to the classic movie BRINK. A montage of iPhone filmed soul grinds sent in from SkateClubHQ’s finest from around the world. Produced By Duncan Burnett.
About Brink! (1998)
Andy “Brink” Brinker and his in-line skating crew: Peter, Jordy, and Gabriella, who call themselves “Soul-Skaters” (which means they skate for the fun of it, and not for the money), clash with a group of sponsored skaters, Team X-Bladz led by Val with whom they attend high school in southern California. When Brink discovers that his family is in financial trouble, he goes against his parents’ and friends’ wishes and joins Team X-Bladz. Will he be able to pull off this double life? (IMDB Page).
Brink! Scene: “Brink and Val race downhill for The Championship”
It’s been a hot minute since the last Remz skates were released (October 2019), but thankfully that all changed last week when they released the new Remedyz HR2.5 White skates! Yep, that’s right, all white Remz baby! An instant classic… But what’s new? Well in this video, I talk about a few of the small changes/ improvements that have been made, as well as the various customisation I do to my Remz setup to get them just the way I like.
So, if you’re interested in a closer look at the new Remz, want to see how I set up my skates, or you just want to hear me ramble about Remz skates for pretty much 20 minutes… then this one’s for you. Enjoy! - Robert Kellett.
Remedyz is back with the HR2.5 White building off the previous version in design to build the latest High Resilience skate. The High Resilience construction on the HR2.5 has been reworked to fix “soft spots” issues experienced on previous skin models and improve overall support and stability on landings.
- New “High Resilience” skin composition
- Clean white colour scheme
- Original Remz freedom-of-feet concept
- Unique hybrid hard/soft boot technology
- New ergonomic supportive Remz liner ft/ Neoprene toe box
- Customisable V-cut / Flat-cut off cuff
- Ankle strap
- High impact shock absorber
- One-piece Soul Frame
- Ground Control FLT 3 frame
- 57mm GC wheels
- Abec 7 bearings
- 42 mm anti-rocker wheels