After years of admiring many classic SoCal spots from afar, Json Adriani took the opportunity during his most recent US trip to visit each of these gems. Filmed in San Diego, Orange, Los Angeles, and Riverside counties, Json take to new and old classics with his own smooth technique. Filmed and edited by Francesco Andreola.
Music: Blue Turning Grey - Clap Your Hands Say Yeah.
Video on Youtube.
Michael Braud’s part in The Drought. A rollerblading video out of Sacramento California. Also includes the Outro of the video. Bonus: Trailer - PLAY.
The Drought. Based out of Sacramento in 2014. Sean Keane, Jeff Jackson, Casey Bagozzi, Dustin Dixon, Yusuf James, David Hirt, Michael Braud & Friends. Runtime 25:20. Video on Sellfy ($5).
NorthWest Shred Tour 2018 is in the books. Here’s what you missed if you didnt make the treck to NorCal this year. Hope to see more people next year for NWST19! - Teague Knapton.
Carlos Bernal- California Trip 2018 - USD Skates.
Location: Los Angeles, CA. Shot/Cut by: Erick Rodriguez.
Oscar Sosa - USD 2018. Location: San Diego, CA. Filmed and Edited by Max Manning.
Previously: USD at Compton Skatepark (2018) with Jeremy Soderburg, Oscar Sosa, Joey Lunger & Chris Calkins.
Vince Martinez & Parker Richardsen. March 6th, 2018 - Los Angeles, CA.
Erick Rodriguez & Chris Calkins quick hits in Carson, California.
The Hanglosers “Bucket list tour” in California. Probably the best trip I have ever done with so many memories, tricks and laughs.
Filmed in: San Francisco, Scotts valley, Los Angeles, Woodward, Lake Dolores Waterpark, Las Vegas and San Diego.
Skaters: Peter Kallio, Gabriel Gök, Sheldon Lapointe, Samuel Cabezas, Igor Jovanovic, John Lönngren, Matthias St John, Jon Fromm, Logan Stell Fowell, G-L Joe, Noah Newber and Richie Velasquez. Filmed by: John Lönngren, Samuel Cabezas and Igor Jovanovic. Mostly with Sony a7sII and a7II.
Previously: Funcity: Abandoned Water Park - Nobody Knows 3 (2018) by John Lonngren.
In this episode of Planet Roller Skate (Youtube), we travel to Delano, California to meet 76 year old great-grandpa and aggressive park skater, Frank Hernandez, the Godfather. He didn’t start skating until after he retired at 60, and now his skills are stronger than ever before.
If you plan to give wheels a try, first be sure you can stand up from sitting on the ground, squat low, take small steps, and wear your gear to stay safe. We hope his story inspires you to get moving and challenges common thoughts about athleticism as we age. If you’re asking the question “am I too old,” well, here’s your answer :)
Previously: Frank Hernandez - 71 and Counting (2012-2013) - Edit by Ivan Narez.