is a proud media partner of the inaugural Australian Blading Choice Awards

Australian Blading Choice Awards

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][mk_image src=”” image_width=”800″ image_height=”450″ crop=”true” lightbox=”false” frame_style=”simple” target=”_self” caption_location=”inside-image” align=”left” margin_bottom=”25″][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”0″] is proud to be the official media partner of the inaugural Australian Blading Choice Awards.

The Australian Blading Choice Awards are a people’s choice online rollerblading media competition.

To enter the competition you just need to post a photo or raw clip of yourself doing a rollerblading trick onto the Australian Blading Choice Awards Facebook page.

Once it has been posted online the public may vote for the winner. The competition starts at midnight on the 1/12/15 and finishes at midnight on the 29/12/15 with the winners to be announced on New Years Eve.

There will be prizes for the Top.3 submissions with the most points scored. There will also be a bonus prize awarded to the person who posts the comment with the most Likes on any submission on the page.

– 1 point for a “Like”
– 3 points for a “Share”
– 1 bonus point will be awarded for shouts to the sponsors of the event
– 1 bonus point will be awarded if you are clearly using one of the sponsors products in the submission
– Points will still be awarded if you “Like” or “Share” your own submission
– National and international votes do count
– All points will be calculated off the page only
– The submission with the highest amount of points wins
– In the event of a tie at the deadline, 1 extra day will be announced to gain any extra points – if it’s still a tie, then a winner will be chosen by the sponsors of the event

– All submissions must be posted by the skater in the photo or clip
– No limit on submissions but only the highest scoring submission counts
– All competitors must have a current Australian mailing address to receive prizes
– Competitors can be of all ages
– Raw clips have a 30 second time limit
– All submissions must include the skaters name, photographer/filmers name, suburb/city location in Australia, the year the clip/photo was taken
– Submissions will be invalid if no rollerblading tricks are done
– Submissions can be either posted directly onto the page or sent via private message to be posted by the page itself
– Only unreleased/unpublished photos or clips may be used

– Razors Australia
– Seba Australia
– Bayside Blades
– 4Sqair
– The Firm
– Vine St
– Brisbane Rollerbladers
– Sydney Rollerbladers
– Melbourne Rollerblading
– Smugglie’s Loot Den
– Canthrax

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Australian Rollerblading Open 2015: All the results from Tuggeranong Skate Park in Canberra

Australian Rolling Open 2015

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][mk_image src=”” image_width=”800″ image_height=”450″ crop=”false” lightbox=”false” frame_style=”simple” target=”_self” caption_location=”inside-image” align=”left” margin_bottom=”25″][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”0″]After a huge day of rolling in the nation’s capital, the Australian Rolling Open 2015 has wrapped at Tuggeranong Skate Park in Canberra. was there to catch all the action as it happened and it was definitely one for the books!

It was great to see so many rollers from across the country together for the biggest park competition that Australia has to offer.

All the day’s results are below, plus all the photos and videos that have been posted so far.



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1st Oliver Czaja
2nd Rhys Bell
3rd Rob Kellett

OG (30+)
1st Hayden Golder
2nd Brad Watson
3rd David Simpson

1st Keely Macey
2nd Shine Anyeung
3rd Cat Allen

1st Chase Nickless

1st Johnny Jacob
2nd Daniel Werry
3rd Jackson Werry

1st Shane Yost
2nd Brad Watson
3rd Iain Smith

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Photos by Hadyen Golder at ARO 2015.

Posted by Rolling Victoria on Saturday, 5 December 2015

Vert veteran Shane Yost just warming up…

Posted by Rollerblading on Friday, 27 November 2015


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Razors Australia Korey ‘Sneaky’ Waikiki SL Promo featuring Martin Gade and Tom Scofield

Martin Gade Razors SL

Just ahead of the Australian Rolling Open this weekend, Thomas Dalbis has dropped a killer new promo for Razors Australia to promote the new Korey Waikiki SL Pro model skates.

Featuring Razors Australia riders Martin Gade and Tom Scofield shredding the streets of Melbourne, the edit is a killer showcase of the new skates, which many are saying are the most stylish Razors to drop in a long time. The Korey Waikiki SL Pro by Razors are available in Australia now. They feature new harder and stronger boot materials, new faster soul materials, a redesigned liner exclusive to the pro skates, a 1 inch shock absorber, new canvas skin design, razors cuff, GC Featherlite 3 frames, GC 57mm 90a wheels, ABEC 9 bearings and GC 42mm nylon Anti-Rockers.

Check out the official Korey Waikiki SL Pro Model launch edit below. Check out more from Razors here.

Australian Rolling Open 2015 ready to rock Tuggeranong Skate Park in Canberra

ARO 2015

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][mk_image src=”” image_width=”800″ image_height=”450″ crop=”false” lightbox=”false” frame_style=”simple” target=”_self” caption_location=”inside-image” align=”left” margin_bottom=”25″][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”0″]UPDATE: CLICK HERE FOR THE AUSTRALIAN ROLLERBLADING OPEN 2015 RESULTS, PHOTOS AND VIDEOS

This weekend’s Australian Rolling Open is shaping up to the biggest competition in a long time, with people jetting into Canberra from all corners of the country for Saturday’s event.

Going down at the legendary Tuggeranong Skate Park, the competition will feature a series of categories including Open Street, Vert, OGs (30+), Girls, Under-18s and Under-14s.

By all reports, the additions to Tuggers park are looking awesome, setting the stage for what will no doubt be an epic weekend of blading in the nation’s capital.

The full schedule for the day is below. Online registrations are now closed, so if you intend on competing and haven’t registered yet, please do so on the day.

11am – 12pm – Warm-ups begin!
12pm – 1pm – Under-14s Street, Under 18s Street, Girls Street
1:15pm – Under 14s, Girls & Under-18s trophies
1:30pm – Vert 20 minute jam, order as per run sheet
2:15pm – Open heats
3:30pm – Old Skool (30+)
5:00pm – Open finals

For full updates on the day as it happens, keep checking the Facebook page or the RollingVic Facebook page.[/vc_column_text][mk_image src=”” image_width=”800″ image_height=”450″ crop=”false” lightbox=”false” frame_style=”simple” target=”_self” caption_location=”inside-image” align=”left” margin_bottom=”25″][/vc_column][/vc_row]

CJ Wellsmore travels through France in the SEBA Street Summer Tour Episode #2

SEBA Summer Tour

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_video link=”″][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”0″]SEBA Street has released the second episode of their Summer Tour through Europe, this time documenting their travels from Montpellier to Marseille in France.

Featuring Australian superstar CJ Wellsmore alongside Kevin Quintin, Anthony Finocchiaro, Antony Pottier, Pascal Morasse-Raymond and Pierre Lelièvre, the edit features everything from Marseille’ famous bowl to hanging out at the Clic’N’Roll shop in Nîmes.

There, the skaters cruised along this beautiful city on big wheels during the day, and were shredding the bowl at night.

The last step was in Crolles for a cold and quick session until the sun went down.

Directed and cut by Anthony Finocchiaro, with additional footage by Pascal Morasse-Raymond. For more from SEBA Street, check out their official website.

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Sign the GoPetition to resurface Vermont Vert Ramp and construct a children’s play area

melbourne og vert crew

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][mk_image src=”” image_width=”800″ image_height=”450″ crop=”true” lightbox=”false” frame_style=”simple” target=”_self” caption_location=”inside-image” align=”left” margin_bottom=”25″][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”0″]If you’ve been following the Aussie rolling scene on Facebook lately, you may have noticed a spike in interest in vert skating.

A number of veteran rollerbladers have returned to the game and are regularly posting videos and photos, with one of the most active being Mick Smith.

Mick has now launched a campaign on GoPetition to resurface Vermont Vert Ramp and construct a play area for children.

Here is what Mick had to say about the petition:

“Vermont Vert Ramp has been around for a very long time and has seen some weather damage over the years.

“This ramp has seen the likes of many professional inline and skateboarders in the past.

“This ramp is still being used to this day by myself and many others. A re-surface of this ramp would be very beneficial and will attract more people.

“We also ask for a play equipment area to be built near the ramp and rubbish bins to be placed around the area.

“We the undersigned are asking the City of Whitehorse Council to re-surface the Vermont Skate Ramp and to build a play equipment area as well as rubbish bins to be placed in the venue.”

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Sydney’s Phil Moss finally drops his full street edit after joining the Remz Australia team

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[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_video link=””][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”0″]Phil Moss has finally dropped his first full street edit since being welcomed to the Remz Australia team in June.

A long time in the making, the edit showcases over four minutes of the Sydney shredder’s ballsy yet technical style, including rails, ledges and gaps.

Phil has been riding Remz for years, so it’s great to see he’s found his spot on the team alongside names like Hayden Golder and Rob Kellett.

More like this please!

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Learn slalom in Sydney with Australia’s highest ranked skater Natalie Ujuk and James O’Connor

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[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_video link=””][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”0″]If you’re interested in learning the art of slalom from Australia’s best, don’t miss this weekend’s clinic with Natalie Ujuk and James O’Connor.

Natalie is Australia’s highest-ranked slalom skater and represents her country in competitions around the world.

Originally from Sydney but now based out of London, Natalie is back home and keen to teach her skills to her fellow Aussies.

She is joined by’s founder James O’Connor for this exclusive holiday workshop in Sydney on Saturday, December 19.

Both Natalie and James are certified instructors with years of teaching experience, ensuring people of all skill levels will be catered for.

Cost is $90, with a special discount on both Seba Skates and slalom cones on December 18-19 at SkaterHQ.

For further details, text James on 0411 872 022 and mention “Slalom Clinic”. For more details on James’ lessons in Sydney, check out[/vc_column_text][mk_image image_width=”800″ image_height=”1150″ crop=”false” lightbox=”false” frame_style=”simple” target=”_self” caption_location=”inside-image” align=”left” margin_bottom=”25″ src=””][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Thomas Dalbis interview: The inside word on one of our most talented bladers and filmmakers

Thomas Dalbis

[vc_row][vc_column][mk_image image_width=”800″ image_height=”450″ crop=”true” lightbox=”false” frame_style=”simple” target=”_self” caption_location=”inside-image” align=”left” margin_bottom=”25″ src=””][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”0″]If you’ve watched any Australian rollerblading videos in the last couple of years, chances are you’ve watched something from Thomas Dalbis. The Melbourne-based blader and filmmaker is responsible for pushing out consistent, high-quality edits highlighting the best of the Aussie scene (and he’s a pretty damn good blader himself!). Jesse Kuch caught up with Thomas recently to find out more about his life, travels, filmmaking and what The Simpsons has to do with the Kal Crew… 

Hey Thomas, how goes? What are you up to today?

Hey man, just chilling with Chris Pullar Sawyer and my girl, and we just pulled up to some basketball courts waiting for crew to get here so we can setup a P-rail and just have a sunny sesh in the middle of a Melbourne sunny park. Classic sunday chill sesh, pretty much…

Ahh, sounds awesome. Tell the boys I said wassup. You just back from another sunny place… Sydney. Checking out the edit, the trip looked like a lot of fun… what did you get up to?

Yeah man, it was loads of fun for sure. Pretty much, the idea was to go up for a week, as my mate Tomek was travelling up with his girl … Sawyer and I thought it was a good idea to go up at the same time and just catch up with all the homies, enjoy Sydney and get as much footage as possible. It turned out great. There was perfect weather every day, cool parks and loads of sick street spots. I also managed to stay at a family friends crib in Bronte right by the beach, so it was just perfect.[/vc_column_text][vc_video link=”″][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”0″]They definitely look like they have fun in Sydney… not only blading but all the rest of life, too.

Yeah man, that’s for sure. There’s potential for anything outside blading … just getting around, logistics and all, was a nightmare (laughs). Sydney is so damn BIG!

Yeah it’s not a grid like Melbourne either … it can get a bit hectic. I guess we shoot back to the start. Tell me a bit about your life and rolling… Where did this crazy adventure begin for you?

Blading has been part of my life for about 14 years now. It all started back in my home town of Mantes la Jolie in France where my brother introduced me to skating by showing off his Feinbergs, doing grinds on the curb out the front of our house … I thought that it was the coolest thing ever. The next day, I got some Salomon ST1s and I was hooked! Then it was pretty much us two skating our local park and learning new tricks on easy flat ledges, until we met two other guys one day who were also blading and that’s when the KAL crew started.[/vc_column_text][mk_image image_width=”800″ image_height=”450″ crop=”true” lightbox=”false” frame_style=”simple” target=”_self” caption_location=”inside-image” align=”left” margin_bottom=”25″ src=”” title=”Backside backslide up, across the flat and down at the Vic Titles”][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”0″]Oh wow… I didn’t know Kal Crew had such a long history.

Yeah. We bumped into the other two guys a few times without knowing who they were. After a few sessions, we were like ‘hey what’s up, we should blade together’. The core crew since the start is my brother, Jeremy, and the two French mates from my home town, 20sil and Dje, who Initially started it because they looked like Karl and Lennie from The Simpsons. Nowadays, this Kal thing is much, much more than that, and it pretty much is made of all the close homies I skate with … Martin Gade, Sawyer, Tomek, Kev, Matt, Josh and all the other crew I forgot to mention. It’s pretty much if you’re down with me and my bro, you’re down with the Kal.

Rolling seems so strong in France… like it never experienced the slowdown that a lot of other places did.

Yeah, it’s always been a huge scene. Back in the day we use to train it to Paris to go skate Bercy with all the locals every weekend and every time we’d rock up there would be 20-30 bladers shredding the park or the Bercy ledges. There was also loads of demos over the summer with pros such as Dom Sagona, Billy O’Neil, Rachard Johnston, Chris Farmer, Evgeniy Leonov, etc … they all made it down, and it was so cool been a grom and skating with pros, getting to talk to them … I was bilingual, unlike most Frenchies, so that made it easier for us.

Nowadays I don’t think the Paris scene is as strong, but the love is still there for sure. The level of skating (back then) was just insane. Growing up skating with the best skaters in the world at the time, in my view, was the coolest thing. We would meet up weekly with skaters like Cyril Daniel, Julien Cudot, Adrien Clairaz, Clement Milot and just shred the streets of Paris. We were all groms at the time, but was definitely a sick scene growing up. For example, when we were on tour in ’08 with all the Parisians we shot that disaster 450 backside royal at the forum ledges with Cyril Daniel. Llittle did we know that we had just filmed one of THE sickest trick in blading, ever. That’s how good the Parisians were and that scene definitely helped shape the skater I am today.[/vc_column_text][mk_image image_width=”800″ image_height=”450″ crop=”true” lightbox=”false” frame_style=”simple” target=”_self” caption_location=”inside-image” align=”left” margin_bottom=”25″ src=”” title=”AO soul 360 out at the Vic Titles at Prahran”][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”0″]Sounds like a life most people in Australia could only dream of… but we’ve got you now. When and why did you guys decide to move to Australia?

I decided to move to Australia around the end of 2007. (It was) mainly because I wanted a change of scene. I had lived in Paris for two years to study, so i was a bit sick of the Parisian lifestyle and I wanted to do a university course here in Australia to diversify a bit and get the best of both worlds. I also knew Melbourne had a cool little scene at the time, so that helped. It was around that time that my Mum and sister also moved back to Australia, so it made sense to meet up with them.

What did you study?

I studied Bachelor of Business with a major in Entrepreneurship. I completed in 2 years as I was able to use credit from my French diplomas.[/vc_column_text][mk_image image_width=”800″ image_height=”450″ crop=”true” lightbox=”false” frame_style=”simple” target=”_self” caption_location=”inside-image” align=”left” margin_bottom=”25″ src=”” title=”Truespin topside pornstar”][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”0″]Oh nice… I was expecting maybe something with video.

Nah, I pretty much taught myself video. It just came with blading, but now that I think of it, I wish!

Yeah it’s like that eh… oh well, it’s always easy to look in hindsight.

There’s always YouTube tutorials to catch on lost time (laughs).

Who need degrees when you’ve got YouTube?! These days, alongside your skating, you’re also recognised around the globe as one of Australia’s most prolific and talented rollerblading filmmakers … have you got anything in the works in the works?

Yeah man, we always have something in the works. At the moment I’ve got multiple projects I’m filming for few street sections of the homies Tomek, Martin, Scowie, Sawyer and myself. I’m also currently working on a new Razors Podcast to promote the new Waikiki skate. Hopefully we wrap that up soon to be in sync with the hype of the skate worldwide. I’m also working on a new edit for my Australian Street Edit series where I usually try and feature most of Australia, not just Melbourne … and finally, I’m also working on a ‘best of’ section with all of Martin Gade’s street clips of The Joint Tour and filming a bit for Circolo on the side. So yeah, always busy and I wouldn’t have it any other way.[/vc_column_text][vc_video link=”″][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”0″]Far out… looks like we won’t be short on content for then (laughs). These days a lot of people put out edits… the technology is there for most people to be able to do it pretty easily… what do you think sets apart a good edit from the rest?

First of all, it’s a great thing that it’s getting easier and easier for people to put out content. As for quality in an edit, in my opinion, what really does it for me is use of tripod, multiple lenses and angles, and diversity in spots and tricks. Then there’s the high end edits that I see from people like Jonas Hanson, for example, that that are just on a totally other level … original filming, top camera, colour correction work and the choice of tricks are all super important when trying to differentiate yourself from the rest. But more importantly, he’s able to tell a story through his edits, not just trick trick, trick and see ya later. For me that’s the hardest part when it comes to setting yourself apart and it also helps make blading look good towards the general public.

Apart from Jonas, who else do you reckon nails it?

I like the E.Rod and the Dirtbox stuff, but the guys who really nail it in my opinion are guys like Austin Paz, Dom West and even guys like my mate Matt Carratelli. Those guys know how to film and make blading look good, which is what it’s all about.[/vc_column_text][mk_image image_width=”800″ image_height=”450″ crop=”true” lightbox=”false” frame_style=”simple” target=”_self” caption_location=”inside-image” align=”left” margin_bottom=”25″ src=”” title=”BS torque to true topside acid at the Vic Titles”][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”0″]You seem like you get to travel a fair bit… any adventures planned for summer or 2016?

Hell yeah man, always keen on the travel. We have spoken about doing Europe again, this time trying to hit up the competitions that we haven’t done before such as Fise, Roskilde and Blade Days … and I also want to bring my mates to comps I have loved for years such as Summerclash and Ghetto Games in Latvia. But yeah, most definitely a Euro trip, which seems to always be the best option to get out of the Melbourne winter. Also, the Soccer Euro comp is on in France next year, so there will be loads of people travelling over to Paris, which is dope. I’m always happy to welcome Aussie mates of mine and show ‘em the French way of living. Tom Sawyer and I are also planning on going back to Cali sometime next year.

Does that mean we can expect another full-length film like The Joint Tour then?

I doubt it mate, we’ll be missing our captain of the ship, FX, who will be in South America next year, so not really looking at getting a campervan and doing another 8000km tour, but who knows what we’ll come up with? As for another full length film like The Joint Tour … I’m not really looking at doing another project like that. It was a lot of work, much more than I expected. but some great memories and i cant wait to view it in 10-20 years and look back at the sick times we had![/vc_column_text][vc_video link=”″][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”0″]That was kinda my question… it was such a long film, I imagine it was hours and hours behind a computer screen.

Yeah man, too long…

Do you reckon it’s sad we don’t see the full-length videos as much these days?

I dunno if it’s sad. It’s more that times are changing with social media and the internet … people get more content online than ever before.

Yeah, I guess people’s attentions spans aren’t the same these days. That said, sitting down and watching a full length video with a bit of a theme is still really next level for me… that’s why I loved The Joint Tour so much! You sound so busy with everything, whether it’s filming or actually blading itself … do you have time for anything else?

Blading and filming are pretty much my only hobbies. Nah, I’m a very active person and always keen to get out and do things, whether it’s shooting hoops with my homies, playing tennis, watching the latest shows or just hanging out on Chapel St for some arvo drinks, I’m just a regular blader that loves to travel and make the most out of life, petty much.[/vc_column_text][vc_video link=”″][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”0″]I guess that should do us nicely man… thanks heaps for taking the time. Is there anyone you’d like to thank, or shout out, before we wrap it up?

First of all, I would like to thank my parents for the constant support and allowing me to travel to comps since the age of 14. IMYTA Amsterdam in 2004 was my first and would have never been possible without them and I will never forget that. I would like to thank my girl Lea for been able to handle my lifestyle and understanding my love for blading … big thanks to my brother Jezza for getting me into this and pushing me all these years … cheers to all the homies in the MR crew (you know who u are) for making Melbourne the sickest scene to film, hang, skate and promote … big up to Rolling Victoria for organising mad comps all year round … shout outs to all my Euro homies see you all next year … thanks to for giving me this opportunity and keeping us updated with fresh Aussie media, and big, big shout outs to the KAL, for life! See you all at the ARO!

Thanks man, it was a pleasure. Keep the killer videos and skating coming, the scene needs you! Peace.

Interview by Jesse Kuch. Photos by Hayden Golder. For more of Thomas’ videos, check out[/vc_column_text][mk_image image_width=”800″ image_height=”450″ crop=”false” lightbox=”false” frame_style=”simple” target=”_self” caption_location=”inside-image” align=”left” margin_bottom=”25″ src=”” title=”Tom Scofield, Martin Gade and Thomas Dalbis at the Vic Titles”][/vc_column][/vc_row]

The Bonecrusher: Chris Haffey on Nitro Circus Australian tour on the Gold Coast

Chris Haffey Nitro Circus

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It appears Superman has earned himself a new nickname… sort of.

Chris Haffey made the mistake of telling his Nitro Circus Live tour teammates about an old nickname, The Bonecrusher.

As you can probably anticipate, it didn’t end well for the hapless Mr Haffey (although you can’t deny what being on tour with Nitro is doing for rollerblading’s image).

For the full list of dates for Nitro Circus Live’s 2016 Aussie tour, click here.[/vc_column_text][mk_image src=”” image_width=”800″ image_height=”450″ crop=”true” lightbox=”false” frame_style=”simple” target=”_self” caption_location=”inside-image” align=”left” margin_bottom=”25″][/vc_column][/vc_row]