Feb 2014 25

If you live in the midwest, scratch that – if you live in this Polar Vortex of the United States this year you are having issues street skating. When you get stuck in this situation, you typically find yourself at any skatepark, indoor warehouse, parking garage, whatever you can find that has shelter, and gives you the ability to roll and blade. Enjoy Stefan shredding some ramps during the tundras of the Winter solace.

Dec 2014 22

They say some people struggle to make a come-back, where others explode into the stratosphere. Adam however is the missile in this scenario. After a good hiatus from the lime-light, Mr. Bazydlo re-emerged two years ago with a hungry appetite to bring back hammers, and wait, more hammers. Big kinks, balance rails, roofs, wall rides and drop rails – we can tell that Adam’s way of blading is a bit old school for today generation of curb slides, and toe rolls, but this won’t stop him from showing the community how to overall have fun on rollerblades, while still putting your life on the line.

Jan 2015 07

Attentiooooon! At front. Eric Miller reported for duty again. You do not want to miss what Mr. Miller has been up to between serving for his country, and working around the winter weather. Eric’s finesse and vocabulary is clearly depicted in his second Scribe installment.

Jan 2015 14

“After leaving Pittsburgh and Columbus in the spring to travel, and sustaining a concussion in the fall that left me with no sense of smell or taste, I didn’t get to skate a lot this year. Blading has brought me a lot of joy and great friends over the years, as well as given me the opportunity to see places I never would have been otherwise. While a serious injury makes you rethink a lot of things, I’ll always be appreciative of what rollerblading has given me.” – Stefan Brandow