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Eugen Enin: The Reluctant Hero

Eugen Enin: The Reluctant Hero

I have been trying to secure an interview with Eugen Enin for years, literally. The last time I contacted him was over a year ago after his exceptional Shaolin Sessions section, but he never responded. Imagine my surprise when, a...
Nitro World Games Will Not Save Blading…

Nitro World Games Will Not Save Blading…

..but it’s a step in the right direction. Last year, Nitro Circus announced their latest venture, Nitro World Games, a three-hour extreme sports extravaganza that will take place at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah on July 16 and...
Wheel Scene Selects - Brian Weis

Wheel Scene Selects – Brian Weis

Wheel Scene is proud to introduce our first video series, Selects, in conjunction with one of our favourite blading videographers Ant Medina. For the first instalment, we flew Detroit’s Brian Weis out to Texas to film for ten days and...
Firsts: Montre Livingston

Firsts: Montre Livingston

Montre Livingston has squeezed a lot into the past ten years. We were first introduced to him via Doug Urquhart’s epic rollerblading film Black Market in 2005, which was coincidentally Livingston’s first ever blading tour. Since that time he has...
Introducing: Hunter Grimm

Introducing: Hunter Grimm

With the addition of Hunter Grimm, the number of Razors riders hailing from Texas is rapidly expanding to the point where they could form their own team! As you will see from his introduction edit by Anthony Medina, Hunter is...
Sven Boekhorst Discusses Cityhopper World

Sven Boekhorst Discusses Cityhopper World

Sven Boekhorst‘s blading accolades pretty much speak for themselves. He has won numerous major competitions throughout his career, including multiple X Games gold medals, and in 2000 he accomplished the illusive triple crown by taking gold at X Games, Gravity...
Julian Bah: Natural Born Survivor

Julian Bah: Natural Born Survivor

Through various ups and downs, Julian Bah has fought hard to remain at the forefront of rollerblading and it feels like we are only now getting to know his true self. Love him or hate him, Julian Bah has done...
Brian Freeman: Keep Busy or Die

Brian Freeman: Keep Busy or Die

Last year, Brian Freeman aka BFree’s Vibralux section proved to be one of the most engaging VOD releases to date. Under the creative vision of Kansas filmmaker Adam Johnson, Freeman astounded those who purchased his online profile with a more...
Adapt Brand: Passion Versus Industry

Adapt Brand: Passion Versus Industry

Pieter Wijnant talks about the roots of Adapt, turning down the big money to design skates for Rollerblade, team changes and his brand’s renewed focus. Since emerging on the aggressive rollerblading market approximately five years ago, Holland-based independent skate manufacturer Adapt...
Quintin Lamb: Anywhere But Here

Quintin Lamb: Anywhere But Here

Quintin Lamb discusses Valo, living with the Haitian guys, racial tension and why he has little interest in filming another section in Memphis. Sometimes it takes sheer determination and a relentless obsession in order to complete an interview and Quintin...
Dustin Werbeski: Pandora's Box Part 1

Dustin Werbeski: Pandora’s Box Part 1

Part 1: The Powerhouse And Turning Pro For Xsjado Never has the ascent from relatively unknown skater to internationally recognised professional been so rapid. Dustin Werbeski was plucked from obscurity, otherwise known as the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, by Powerslide to...
Alex Broskow: Nothing But Time

Alex Broskow: Nothing But Time

After over a decade at the forefront of blading, Alex Broskow is still pushing boundaries and his passion for his craft is unrelenting, with more sections and blader-owned products on the horizon. There have been some big changes in Alex Broskow’s...
Weathering The Storm At Xsjado

Weathering The Storm At Xsjado

Mike Obedoza, a member of the marketing team at Powerslide and Xsjado rider, admits the brand is going through tough times, but remains positive about its future. The past few years have been tough on Xsjado. Since the brand was...
Victor Galicia: More Questions Than Answers

Victor Galicia: More Questions Than Answers

Victor Galicia is the kind of individual who always defies expectations. Just when you think you understand the kind of skater he is, what he is capable of or the obstacles he prefers to ride, he comes out with a...
Ollie Jones: Marching To His Own Rhythm

Ollie Jones: Marching To His Own Rhythm

Ollie Jones is something of a mystery within the UK rollerblading community. He has been around for years and regularly appears at contests around the country, towering over his contemporaries with his large frame at the top of ramps and...
Introducing: Fred Bukowski

Introducing: Fred Bukowski

In addition to having an incredibly cool second name, which he shares with the highly influential German author Charles Bukowski, Fred Bukowski is currently leading the charge of France’s latest generation of blading renegades. The 17-year-old had been steadily stacking...
Sean Patrick Quinn Discusses Motor Town Classic 2015

Sean Patrick Quinn Discusses Motor Town Classic 2015

Offering up over $12,000 in prize money, Motor Town Classic established itself last year as an impressive newcomer to the USA’s limited selection of major blading events and, as co-founder Sean Patrick Quinn advises, they are ready to do it...
Miguel Ramos - State of the Nation

Miguel Ramos – State of the Nation

When it comes to blading been-there-done-that credits, there aren’t too many skaters that have racked up more than Miguel Ramos. He witnessed the blading boom in the ’90s, turned ASA pro during the peak of the sport’s mainstream popularity and...
Tyron Ballantine: On His Own Terms

Tyron Ballantine: On His Own Terms

Tyron Ballatine disappears for years at a time then drops a section that blows everyone away, and it looks like he’s about to do it again. Tyron Ballantine is a blader of exceptional ability that is a joy to watch,...
Connaire Skerritt: Believe The Hype

Connaire Skerritt: Believe The Hype

There has been a lot of chatter regarding Connaire Skerritt’s potential to carry the torch for the new generation of British blading and it looks like 2015 is going to be the year where we see if he can deliver...
Scott Quinn: Worth The Wait

Scott Quinn: Worth The Wait

Scott Quinn talks about the joy of receiving his first pro skate, which was several years in the making, his recent surge in street footage and how we can expect a lot more in the near future. Earlier this month,...
Erik Bailey: Thinking Outside The Box

Erik Bailey: Thinking Outside The Box

Boise, Idaho natives Erik Bailey and Erik Bill discuss their collaborative VOD project that will be gracing the internet in the next couple of months and explore new ways to approach their city’s limited selection of spots. It’s not every...
Yuto Goto: Lost in Translation

Yuto Goto: Lost in Translation

Considering Japan is the tenth largest country in the world, with a population of over 126 million residents, it hasn’t produced too much the way of rollerblading talent over the years. However, what Japan lacks in quantity it more than...
The Rumour Mill 2015

The Rumour Mill 2015

2015 is off and running, which will no doubt bring a rapid rise in the number of VOD productions to make you part ways with your hard-earned cash, a selection of closely fought competitions, new products and the usual drama that will...
Fredrik Andersson: Wherever the Wind Blows

Fredrik Andersson: Wherever the Wind Blows

Sweden’s premier blading ambassador discusses health scares, building friendships and a life spent on the road. Over the past few years, I have had the pleasure of getting to know a little more about Fredrik Andersson through various European rollerblading...
Kåre Lindberg: Lego and Porn

Kåre Lindberg: Lego and Porn

Copenhagen’s Kåre Lindberg is the best thing to come out of Denmark since bright plastic bricks and government-approved entertainment of the erotic variety. God bless Denmark. After all, the Nordic country situated in Northern Europe has given us so much...
David Sizemore: Talking F33t

David Sizemore: Talking F33t

When Wheel Scene approached Lonnie Gallegos to get involved with F33t, we were extremely excited to receive a message from David Sizemore advising us that he had gathered a few photos from various filming missions that we could use for...
Cody Lampman: Just Getting Started

Cody Lampman: Just Getting Started

Aside from the seemingly unstoppable force that was world champion Brian Aragon, until he actually decided to stop, there has never really been too much to say about the blading scene in Colorado. Sure, Jeremy Spira showed some promise when...
Catching up with Nick Lomax

Catching up with Nick Lomax

Wheel Scene: You have had some pretty serious injuries in the last 12 months. Can you tell us what exactly you damaged and how it happened? Nick Lomax: I have had a ongoing problem with my ankle, it’s torn ligaments...
Kruise Sapstein: Out of the Comfort Zone...Kinda

Kruise Sapstein: Out of the Comfort Zone…Kinda

Since Chicago native Kruise Sapstein moved to California he has become friends with blading royalty, designed a Valo pro skate and currently works with street skating legend Kevin Gillan. Feel free to start hating him at any point. Kruise Sapstein left behind...
Carson Starnes: The Time Is Now

Carson Starnes: The Time Is Now

Carson Starnes was raised in an open home that welcomed its guests with love, skate ramps and large meals prepared together and enjoyed over long conversations with family and friends. Once just the longhaired little kid flailing around the skate...
Jeff Dalnas: Having His Cake and Eating It

Jeff Dalnas: Having His Cake and Eating It

Jeff Dalnas is living proof that you can have it all. He holds down a full-time job that he thoroughly enjoys, drives around in a fresh BMW that would make a local drug dealer envious, and he still manages to...
Josh Glowicki: A Fresh Perspective

Josh Glowicki: A Fresh Perspective

Razors and Hedonskate rider Josh Glowicki recounts three years of almost non-stop travelling and the realisations he has come to about himself and his lifestyle choices as a result. Since 2011, Josh Glowicki’s life has been one wild globetrotting adventure...
Matty Schrock: The Aftermath of Smokeland

Matty Schrock: The Aftermath of Smokeland

Matty Schrock discusses what life is like in Oakland, California after the Shredweiser house came to an end, and reflects on a battered and bruised life on blades. When the notorious Shredweiser crew descended upon Oakland, California and set up...
Video: Scott Quinn - Wheel Scene Profile

Video: Scott Quinn – Wheel Scene Profile

Wheel Scene is proud to present Scott Quinn’s first full street section in…forever! Sure, he had a section in the last Razors team video, Children of the Future, but that part was only a minute and a half long and...
John Bolino: Taking Stock of Things

John Bolino: Taking Stock of Things

The New Jersey nomad discusses renouncing his professional status, winning two of the USA’s biggest competitions, his views on the industry and filming for his section in The 666 Series. Flashback to the end of 2012 and John Bolino seemed...
Aritz Ortega: Putting Malaga on the Map

Aritz Ortega: Putting Malaga on the Map

Barcelona is widely regarded as one of the premier street skating destinations in Europe and Madrid also has a strong reputation thanks to the notorious X Battle real street events that once took place in the bustling city, but to...
Patrick Ridder: Hide and Seek

Patrick Ridder: Hide and Seek

Elusive German street skater Patrick Ridder opens up about his appearance in Valo’ s V, parting ways with Chimera and becoming more prominent in the upcoming months. Patrick Ridder is so rarely witnessed, yet often spoken about, that you could...
Talking F33t – Chris Farmer

Talking F33t – Chris Farmer

Arguably one of the most progressive bladers of all time explains why he is so excited about his section in the forthcoming Lonnie Gallegos video F33t. Chris Farmer first gained global recognition via his breakthrough section in VG 19: East...
Joey Chase: The Lunatic Returns

Joey Chase: The Lunatic Returns

One of blading’s most rugged characters offers an insight into his section in The 666 Series, discusses his boss’s explosive part and hints at what else we can expect from him this year. Wheel Scene has teamed up with Shima...
Firsts: Alex Broskow

Firsts: Alex Broskow

Kansas City’s finest blading export Alex Broskow discusses Gatorbladers, wearing Franky Morales’ skates at the ASA World Finals and the incident that caused the legendary chip in his front teeth. Alex Broskow started rollerblading 20 years ago and it most...
Firsts: Franky Morales

Firsts: Franky Morales

Franky Morales has been such an influential part of rollerblading for so long that it is tough to remember a time when he wasn’t at the forefront of the sport. The older generation of aggressive rollerbladers remember him coming up...
Brian Shima: Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

Brian Shima: Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

Brian Shima discusses SSM’s The 666 Series and explains his reasoning behind what many are calling an overpriced online video. Love him or hate him, there is no denying that Brian Shima is one of the most iconic skaters of...
Mikey Blair: Don’t Say We Didn’t Warn You

Mikey Blair: Don’t Say We Didn’t Warn You

Michigan’s Mikey Blair just received his first ever pro wheel and you’ve probably never heard of him, but all of that is about to change. Back in 2008, SixWonSix released their second team video Blood, Pride and True, which featured...
Sean Darst: Where Did This Guy Come From?

Sean Darst: Where Did This Guy Come From?

Sean Darst skates for two of the most respected companies in the industry and he’s friends with many of America’s most well-known bladers, and he only has two online edits to his name. Sean Darst has been a pillar of...
Rik van Huik: Not Your Average Blader

Rik van Huik: Not Your Average Blader

Rik van Huik discusses abnormalities in the blading industry, the strength of the Dutch scene and his impending master’s degree. Back in 2011, the year Wheel Scene was first launched, I was scouring the internet for quality content to put...
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Video: Elliot Provan - Hotstepper

Video: Elliot Provan – Hotstepper

We took a break from filming Elliot Provan’s section for the Wheel Scene because, well, the weather is bloody awful in Scotland right now. This one-minute number was bashed out in 30 minutes at Zone 74 Skatepark in East Kilbride. Elliot Provan – Hotstepper from...
Video: Sic Urethane Andrew Broom Pro Wheel

Video: Sic Urethane Andrew Broom Pro Wheel

Sic Urethane just dropped the Andrew Broom pro wheel and now they have released a promo for said pro wheel. The action takes place in Denver, Colorado and even though it’s only a minute long…it’s hot fire! The truespin makio at the end was laced....
Video: Soichiro Kanashima - Thirtieth

Video: Soichiro Kanashima – Thirtieth

Just when we were beginning to think it wasn’t possible to squeeze any more great VOD releases into 2016, it turns out Soichiro Kanashima has one on the horizon. The Japanese blading master turns 30 this year and, to celebrate, he is releasing his first VOD...
Video: Alex Burston - Loco Skates 2016

Video: Alex Burston – Loco Skates 2016

Alex Burston has been struggling with injury this year, but he’s back and here are a few clips from this year for shop sponsor Loco Skates. You may recognise some of the footage from the Razors SL Red promo, but there are a few new...
Video: Austin Paz - The Last 20 Years Of My Life

Video: Austin Paz – The Last 20 Years Of My Life

Austin Paz, one of our absolute favourite bladers to watch, just released a video documenting 20 years on blades. The Staten Island native has pieced together tricks from some of his most iconic sections, some historical stuff from when he was a little grommet, competition-winning...
Video: Leon Humphries - Day and Night

Video: Leon Humphries – Day and Night

Leon Humphries has produced a lot of sections this year, including an epic part in Seis De Bastos, but here he is again with another profile that clocks in at over seven minutes’ long. The London native obviously put a lot of work into this...
Video: Levi van Rijn - Adapt Vegan V Promo

Video: Levi van Rijn – Adapt Vegan V Promo

Adapt keep the good content coming in 2016 with a new promo for the Adapt Vegan V skate featuring team rider Levi van Rijn. Some of the clips in this section were captured during Adapt team video filming missions in Paris and London, so clearly...
Video: Themgoods - Santa Ana Skatepark

Video: Themgoods – Santa Ana Skatepark

Themgoods have uploaded a video showing some blading icons having a chilled session at Santa Ana Skatepark in California. The crew, consisting of Valo boss Jon Julio, Jeff Stockwell, Billy O’Neill and Videogroove mastermind Dave Paine get loose on their, you guessed it, Valo Brand...
Video: Sober Trailer

Video: Sober Trailer

The notorious Jon Lee returns with a VOD featuring several members of the Dirt Box team ironically entitled Sober. Any familiar with his previous efforts will know there is a lot of banter, interactions with the general public and…drinking! However, things kick off with a...
Video: Noodle Brain Scotland Trip 2016

Video: Noodle Brain Scotland Trip 2016

The Noodle Brain Apparel squad were recently in Scotland to work their way through various skateparks and few street spots throughout the central belt. The crew, fronted by UK legend Anthony Mackie and featuring Lee Devereux, Aritz Ortega, David Wing, Keenan McGrath and more went...
Video: Secret Project - Tad Tregeagle

Video: Secret Project – Tad Tregeagle

I don’t know if you have heard, but Tad Tregeagle is an absolute boss on blades and his section in Secret Project is insane! The level of ability is so damn high in this part and the action is relentless for just shy of five...
All of the Blading Cup 2016 Videos

All of the Blading Cup 2016 Videos

Less than a week after Blading Cup 2016 took place in Santa Ana, California and there are already quite a few videos online showing the action. The event definitely looks smaller than in previous years, even the course looks smaller, but the level of skating...