There is nothing better than ending a British week with a British breakfast at noon.
Wear t-shirt with graphics without looking like a little kid but bigger size is not always easy.
Although is a shame that this video is without soundtrack this give us the opportunity to enjoy a live of Bob Dylan of the song that Carl Sturgess put under Jeff Stockwell’ s shred.
Youngster always ask me why there is no rap on BLADERMAGAZINE.
First of all:
We all were rap some times ago, but then you grow up and find that label yourself is not the right way to be around and keep growing as a person.
You know how start the crossover?
So here we are with BLADERADIO to help you to choose the next song for your “look at me” clip on rollernews.com and to learn that the song that you have in your ipod mini are not cool because of that videopart but because ARE COOL.
Travel is part of the American culture since day one.
Is freedom, is independence and is adventure, that’s why they can drive at 16.
American photography mostly start with landscapes and travel, from Ansel Adams and Walker Evans, going through THE AMERICANS of Robert Frank (CH) wich have an intro by Kerouac who writed “on the road” to the most contemporary Alec Soth.
Rollerblading is American and every blader dreams an epic tour, is part of our culture, since day one:
You can dress it if you are slim or fat, with your leather jacket or basketball shorts and even with a mullet like Brandon Campbell do. (All this things in the same video part).
At H&M it cost 5 €.
In the blading industry it seems that only UCON have them and are a bit expensive.
You should have three plain t-shirt in three different tone and support our industry at 49.99 €
Rebel without cause:
I’ts really hot in Italy in this days and I find myself to empty a bottle of water on my bed in the middle of the night to survive.
Too punk for my girlfriend.
You know Italian women are the best and I’m wondering to switch to an Italian punk woman to have the chance to keep my bed wet.
Now I wondering about how cool would be my black majestic 12 customized like that and how cool was when the Italian skates brand put together the very first punk team in rollerblading and Mike Lilly showed up with this section:
try to play it together:
Pietro Firrincieli wants to save rollerblading.
If you can dream it
You can do it.
Sharing links with Pietro Firrincieli is something weird.
Tonight we spoke about learning mac twists and doing hand plants on pool stairs…
we watched the first and the last clips of mindgame videos…
and even Casa de Leeper…
But we both agreed to post just a name:
I’m very fond of pools.
I’ve been skating them back in the days when the coolest thing was doing misty flips and crap. From the very first one in Siziano to the very deep one in Bologna, from the pool mecca of Madrid to the indoor woody nightmare of Lausanne, searching and skating pools was and still is one of the mainly task of my blading journey.
Even not living in California did not stop me for searching for backyards ones in my hometown. Such a quest allowed me to spend delightful moments with the best dudes ever in the weirdest scenario I ever thought of.
I remember one winter, it was snowing, everything stopped in Genova and my friends and I found this huge swimming pool where I used to take swimming lessons when I was five. It was breathtaking. We were skating an indoor pool when everybody was crazy about snow outside..
Such a passion also gave me the opportunity to design the very first public pool in my city and even skating it.
This is the reason why I deeply admire and respect the work some guys have done recently in Brescia.
Building dreams made of concrete or skating them made of wood is something hard to explain, and certainly is something very hard to conceive, but it’s part of the magic behind skateboarding and even rollerblading.
As a matter of fact I still don’t know if it’s allowed blading the Knodel bowl, but they have built their own dream and they deserve choosing who have to skate it.
Ten thumbs up for the Knodel dudes !!
OH OH OOH OH HOO OH OH OHH OHH
If you don’t know who Jake Phelps is… probabily you’re a rollerblader or a soccer player.
So if you’re a rollerblader maybe you don’t enjoy reading blogs like this.
But the truth is that Valo is always in the right place at the right time to put every week something fresh on their blog, including some tricks in front of one of the most discussed editors of our time, Jake Phelps.
Well, if don’t even care about who Phelps is or for who he works, don’t worry. He certainly does not give a fuck about rollerbladers.
By the way, he plays guitars in a band too,guess who’s the bassist and you’ll win a “boero”.
Eyes on the prize.
Quando si parla di bowl appena realizzate di solito la prima cosa di cui mi preoccupo è l’indirizzo.
Se poi scopro che sono i ragazzi di Elbo a realizzarla, prima salgo sul furgone e poi chiedo informazioni sul come raggiungerla.
Ma per Pisa è differente. Mi è sembrato rispettoso seguire l’invito di chi si è sbattuto per la sua realizzazione.
Poi mi ricordo di una foto: pool coping e protec con paraorecchie.
Se non avete buon gusto per gl occhiali da sole e amate i colori fluo:
Sembra che in Razors non conoscano il termine “zama”.
Un grosso passo avanti, comunque.