The Toronto Blading Scene was recently graced with the opportunity to skate and shoot photos with an amazing commerical photographer named Miguel Arenillas.
"Why do you skate on big wheels?" I get this question a lot when I cruise around the city on my 100mm wheels.
For myself the act of skating, especially at night, is like pressing a reset button.
What makes you happy? Better yet, what makes you smile? If you are anything like me, the combination of friendly competition, inline skating and beautiful weather seem to always do the trick!
Rollerblading is fun. We all know that, if you didn't think so you wouldn't be reading this right now...
When the sun is shinning and the boys are up early you know a skate session is brewing.
What happens when a love of rollerblading is so strong it leads someone use it as a means to raise funding and awareness for a cause they deeply care about?
For those looking for some sort of early relief next winter I highly suggesting attending the Pandhandle Pow Wow for a weekend of around the clock skating, camping, live music and most importantly friends.
Check out One Magazine's Interview with Shaun Unwin to see what he has to say about rollerblading and the importance of a store front in Calgary Alberta.
Cobble stone is a terrible surface to skate on, in many cases it acts as a barrier that only the bravest inline skaters attempt to travel across.