Billy Prislin is a 36 year old American former pro skater who used to skate for brands brand such as Senate Wheels and Salomon skates, in the late 90s and early 2000s Billy's name was is a lot of of videos and magazines but other then skating, Billy also used to love electronic music and drinking, and i this interview Billy talks about how skating changed his life and what's he up too nowadays. - Ricardo Lino.
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Matthias Knoll is a 48 year old german who started racing on roller skates at the age of 6, in 1989 after the death of his father he started selling skate products on the back on his car to make money to survive an din 1994 started his own distribution company.
The name of this company was Powerslide and since then they never stop investing in the inline skating market. Powerslide is a skate brand but this group also owns brands like USD, Xsjado, Doop, Matter wheels, Undercover wheels, Wicked Bearings, MyFit Liners, Kizer frames, and a few others.
Hope you enjoy the 80 minute talk with one of the most influential skating individuals in 2017. PLAY.
These days Montre Livingston(/tags/montre-livingston) is one of the most celebrated bladers on Earth. Rightfully so! But back in 2009 he was still an emerging talent that had just landed the biggest score of his career when Brian Shima hand-picked him for the then-burgeoning Nimh.
To capture Montre ripping in his natural state, we sent long-time contributor John Haynes to Charlotte to shoot the pics for this interview. Turns out that wasn’t a pairing for the ages. But what we did get was a batch of hometown stunts by one of the most exciting bladers of our generation. So dig into this interview from ONE Issue #12 to get a taste for that sweet, sweet nostalgia.
Check the Interview on Oneblademag.com. Words by Justin Eisinger, photos by John Haynes.
Arlo Eisenberg was once dubbed the face and voice of his generation and his story sounds like the best 90’s movie that was never made. Arlo, the punk rock kid from Texas drops out of the University of Texas and moves to California to become a star in a sport that isn’t really a sport yet. He arrives on Venice Beach, gets “found” and blows up to be a global sensation who lives a life that is every 13 year old’s fantasy. Along the way he stirs up a national controversy, hosts the X-Games and rides off into a world of graphic design. - Michael Powell.
Check the podcast on Thepowellmovement.com.
I'm honored to have been interviewed for Michael Powell's "The Powell Movement" podcast. We went pretty deep into the history books for this one, like all the way back to how my parents met and what I was doing before I discovered rollerblades. But it really does give some insight into the very early days of rollerblading and my career. Enjoyed the chat very much. Hope you enjoy it as well. - Arlo Eisenberg.
Ricardo Lino gets up at 5AM to give his honest feelings on rollerblading vs inline skating, UFS, Winterclash, the Trimax frame, Aeons, his background, how we met, Wizard frames, his relationship with MyFit/ Powerslide and some touching words about his late friend Carlos Alexandre. Podcast on Soundcloud.
Over ten years ago ONE Issue #2 went to print and inside was a feature interview with Alex Broskow. At the time he'd just filmed for The Meantime (full video), was skating on Roces skates, and I could be wrong but VX may yet have not received their cease and desist letter from naming their jeans the "James Dean".
But we didn't handle this one alone. Sitting in on the interview were Wes Driver, Corey Casey, and Adam Johnson. So much time and blade history has come and gone in the intervening years that the information and opinions Alex (and AJ) share in this discussion have both been incorporated into blading's underlying psyche while also being lost in our collective memories. But that's what makes #ThrowbackThursday so fun, because it's a great chance to dig up old content like this and share with audiences that may have never seen it before. [...]
Carter LeBlanc talks Chance of Rain 2 & Dead Video. PLAY.
Mushroomblading.com started to re-upload some of their old classic podcasts on Youtube. Here is the #186 featuring Jon Julio. The podcast was recorded in 2014.
Alex Broskow's life is full of juxtapositions. From dropping out of high school and moving into the dorms of the University of Kansas to being an athlete who is looked at as one of the best to ever participate in his sport... But couldn't afford groceries.
This rare interview dives deep into the world of skating, travel and all that comes with being a pro athlete (minus money).
Check the podcast on Thepowellmovement.com.
Tom Hyser is a product designer, Marketing manager and team manager of Rollerblade Inline Skates Brand. In this Skate Talk you'll get to know a bit more about the man behind brands like K2 skates, Skatepile, Fiziks frames, Epoch frames AND Rollerblade. Hope you enjoy the 107 minute talk with one of the most influential skating individuals in 2017. - Ricardo Lino.