When trying to improvise an event in Brussels, one thing you can be sure of is that although 20 people will show up for the afterparty, no more than a couple of them will be on time for the actual session.
While not inherently bad in itself, this well documented fact tends to inflict more damage on our livers than the wheeled boots that brought us all together in the first place. And in case some had forgotten about it, the Home Contest 7th edition was simply a perfect reminder of it all. […]
Article (english + french) and Photos on Frenchyfries.fr.
Rollerblade was proud sponsor of the Annual Lausanne Urban Festival in Switzerland. The city of Lausanne hosted the biggest skate event in the 90s, and is becoming bigger and bigger in the last years after re-launching the event a couple of years ago.
Rollerblade riders Jeremy Suarez from Belgium, Danny Aldridge from the UK and Maxime Genoud from Switzerland attended the event and skated the bowl and the street course. Check out the highlights from the riders and be sure to visit the event next year. Video by: Florian Rumo.
Lausanne Urban Festival 2017 - Official Edit.
For the 3rd time in a row in the Ghetto Games Festival’s history, Roman Abrate from France is the champion of the “Nils Jansons Invitational”!
Inline slow motion - GGFEST 2017 (Ventspils skatepark)
Promo videos: Montre Livinston & Josh Glowicki were interviewed by Tvnet.lv (video, check the 2:00 mark), you can also check Nils Jansons & some blading clips that were featured on Latvian television (Youtube, PLAY).
- Roman Abrate (900 euros)
- Jeremy Suarez (600 euros)
- Mathieu Heinemann (400 euros)
- Niklavs Katlaps (100 euros)
- Montre Livingston (50 euros)
Best Trick: Jo Zenk (150 euros)
Jeremy Suarez visited the Italian scene a few weeks ago. The vibrant and lively scene skated and had a good time with the enthusiastic skater from Belgium.
The tour started in Rome with a 10K Challenge with the Pinco Association and Italy’s most important aggressive shop Freemove. Unfortunately the 10K didn’t go as planned due to rain. The next day, Jeremy sessioned the “Bunker Skatepark with the locals. The same day they also visited the biggest park in Italy “Blade is better skatepark” with the Italian Rollerblade team. Sonia Pugliese, Allessandro Galavotti and Jeremy Suarez laced some technical and huge tricks.
On Monday the posse’ went to Milan and skated the Milan 10K Challenge. A group of 70 skaters cruised through Milan Hinterland and stopped at the 2 biggest skateshops Rigoldi Brother and Df Sport specialist. In Milan a friend of Jeremy and Rollerblade street-athlete Sven Boekhorst joined in on the session and the after party!
The last day was the celebration of the 6th birthday of the Milanoskating. A community of more than 220 people gathered to celebrate and skate the Milanoskating.