Monday, May 31, 2010
Here's a little more about them:
"Monkez Prod. is a family of 8 Riders. We have Skater, BMX rider, and scooter rider. We ride all the time together, because we are in the same town.
The name of the riders is :
Sinan AlFaour (Scooter)
Nicolas Kittirath (Scooter)
Lyes Hamroun (Scoter)
Valentin Vergès (BMX)
Sebastien Marteaux (BMX)
Alexander Bown (Skate)
Eliott Forin (Skate)
Vincent Thebault (Skate)
We make T-shirt and Stickers, but we thinks we don't make scooter parts, skate parts or BMX parts. JUNGLE Video will last 40min, with parts of riders and friends parts. We also film a Contest of BMX.
Sunday, May 30, 2010
Lucky Scooter Parts recently dropped a preview to their Dvd and it opened people's eyes to just how talented their entire Team really is. The question everyone's been wondering since seeing the preview is, "When and Where can I get it". Well here's your answer.
On June 1st, "The First Clover" Lucky Scooter Parts DVD will be available for Pre Sale on LuckyScooterParts.com. Want to be one of the first people to see the Dvd? THEN PRE ORDER YOURS first thing on June 1st.
Also one thing that some people might not know, but may have guessed from the title "The First Clover" Is that, Yes. This DVD is the first of a series of three. You'll notice the LSP Logo has a 3 Leaf Clover. So this will be the first installment, and in the future we will see "The Second Clover" and finally, "The Final Clover"...You can rest assure that as soon as more information is released about those two DVD's you will be able to read about it first, on Inside-Scooters.
Oh and for anyone who for SOME reason didn't get to see "The First Clover" DVD Preview...check it out below.
And now onto the Team, after receiving over 1,000 Sponsorship applications from riders spread out all over Australia. The following have been chosen to ride on the Blunt Scooters Team.
Mitch, Max, and Brendon Smith are all from Victoria. And Warick and Adam Rouse are from NSW. Together these guys form one of the most dominant Teams not just in Australia, but in the world. I think it's safe to say we are going to be seeing some insane stuff coming from the Blunt Team in the near future.
Keep checking Inside-Scooters for all your news and updates on Blunt Scooters, and all breaking news and updates in the sport of Scootering.
Saturday, May 29, 2010
The Australian style. You either love it, or you hate it.
If you ever need a reason to love it, just take a look at the big 3 from Victoria, Matty, Brendon Smith, Max Peters.
This video goes to show, more and more, that Australia is ahead in park progression, with at least 5 never before released tricks (Or not that i can remember) included.
Stan Smirnoff. As soon as you hear the name, whether you love him or hate him, you usually pay attention. He's controversial as hell, and is always pushing the boundaries whether it's with the thing's he does or says, or his ever progressing riding. I recently got a chance to catch up with Stan and got a quick interview in with him. Check it out below.
Steven: Stan you've been in this sport for a looong time now, I first met you at Thrill Zone 2005..Hows it feel to have been in the sport for so long?
Stan: Hahaha ive been around since 2000 i just havent found other riders or S.R. till 05!!! but it feels good to see how everything changed and everything progressed!!
Steven: You've def. came a long way especially with your riding style...at what point did you stop doing all the whip and combo tricks, and move onto focusing on your signature style we all know today?
Stan: After i discovered Herbsss and saw how shitty it looks when you do tricks below coping and run small ass handlebars :)
Steven: So Stan in the past there has been a lot of controversy over your sponsors...Can you clear the air right now, and tell us exactly what happened. And what do all of your CURRENT Sponsors mean to you?
Stan: Haha yea that shit was ridiculous!!! Last year after montreux i went to paris and kicked it with Johann, Maxime, J.D. Alex, and all the homies!! Saw how they lived and what they was all about and we started talking about a new company they might start after french I.D. and i said i was down because i was over micro at that point lol! Then in august i asked kc for a deck and he was like why dont u just be on the team? i was down because i didnt know when addicts coming out so it was all good till sd4 where i had to quit TSI right after the contest because addict had to be released and there was a lot of drama haha!! but now i got addict and rad and its all ill ever need lol Always going to be friends with T.S.I. tho!!
Steven: So how does it feel to be a part of Addict?
Stan: Really gnarly lol its like a familly!!! no joke
Steven: Does it push your riding even more knowing that you're on the same Team as Matt, Johann, Jandiv, Alex, and Maxime?
Stan: Ohhh yess haha every time we ride i have to keep up with those mofukkks lol get worked every session
Steven: So you're in Paris right now, what exactly are you out there for?
Stan: Im here till May 9th filming, rolling J's loving the paris life haha
Steven: So what can we expect from Stan Smirnoff and Addict in the future?
Stan: Faster, Higher, smoother riding and some boostage on vert :) and the mega ramp in june in france i hoppe :)
Words of the wise from Stan the Man. Also if you haven't check out Stans latest footage, and keep in mind this is just his throwaway stuff..And as always keep checking Inside-Scooters for all news and updates relating Addict, and all breaking news and updates in the sport of scootering.
The goal of the Jamo Jam competitions is to try and shed away the idea that Scootering isn't a real sport, and scooters are just a kids toy, and instead promote it as a true extreme sport. The competition will take place in Penrith Skatepark at the Jamison Park on June 13th, a Sunday. Competition is set to take place at 10am, and registrations begin at 9:30am. There will be food, drinks, and St. Johns Ambulance first aid service available all day for anyone who takes any harsh slams.
Monster Skatepark is also offering accomidation at there lodge for pro riders. This includes a place to eat, sleep, and ride/chill.. this runs through the whole long weekend, and you can stay for as long or as little as you wish.
For all the other riders, you can also camp out at monster, you guys get all that plus more. Including sport specific training sessions with pro riders, activities such as anti gravity sessions which includes foam pit sessions etc, trampoling with tramp boards, tramp scoots and bikes etc. The camp also co insides with jj2, monster is road tripping it from there lodge to the comp in there bus. So campers, you got it made guys!
If you are interested in staying at monster camp or just need the accomidation, contact email@example.com or ring 97637359. if your calling from US which i highly doubt just add the +61.
So that sums up this years JamoJam competition. All Aussie riders anywhere near the area should be making it out to this, no excuses. Get out there and at least support it, even if you don't ride in it. Click the flyer below to check it out.
Friday, May 28, 2010
If you're into the history of our sport at all (I know I am) then you'll definitely enjoy this. RVM1 was Razor's first Video Magazine, (but their 2nd actual video, after Evolution) and featured Jarrett Reid, Josh Toy, Ricky Wernicke, and Razor's other OG's. Josh was still killin the manual combos way back when haha. Fun video to watch for sure.
Thursday, May 27, 2010
Who said Australia has too many park riders?
Here's another one to add to your(any my) list of favorites. Taylor brings a new game to Australian park riding, rather than the recycled repertoire of inward briflips and backflips.
Ridiculous style, and a cleanliness to match.
Check out his older edit here;
Wednesday, May 26, 2010
Tuesday, May 25, 2010
Exciting news for the Australian scooting community! Scooter Hut is now online! You can find some of the best scooter brands at great prices at scooterhut.com.au
Scooter Hut is the Home of Scooting. Our goal is to make the sport of scooting accessible to more people by offering a wide range of products at affordable prices.
Our retail shop is based in Burleigh on the Gold Coast, just metres from the world famous Billabong HQ, and has been serving the local scooting community for nearly two years. The Scooter Hut retail shop is unique in that we have a large specialist workshop area where the local riders can come and work on customizing their scooters using our tools and parts.
Our new online shop has a wide range of scooter parts and accessories to suit any budget. Our stock is amongst the largest in Australia, and our aim is to increase our online product range as we grow.
Check out our products online!
Only $49 for bars!
Only $18.50 for Yak Metal core!
And a wide range of custom scooters from $120.
Who are we?
Scooter Hut is Australia’s premier scooter specialist. The Scooter Hut team - Scott, Sandra and Travis - are passionate about the sport of scooting, the products that we sell and our loyal customers that we serve. As well as providing friendly service, great value and fast delivery, we are also happy to offer independent advice on everything to do with scooters.
Where are we?
We are located at 16 Kortum Drive, Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast QLD
and are open Mon – Fri 7.30am – 5.00pm, Sat 8am – 2pm.
(or 24/7 on the web!)
Monday, May 24, 2010
Yesterday, was the first stop of The Razor Exposed Tour....and it went amazing. I was there to help out and so were a lot of other old school riders like Ricky Wernicke, and Chris Daigle. But the guys who stole the show as always, were the riders. The Razor Exposed Tour is a four stop tour, with three more to go. ALL points that riders earn from their runs are saved up...and at the last tour stop, we will crown an overall champion. Below are the results from yesterday, and below that is the overall Tour Points standings.
1st- Kevin Barker
2nd- Andrew Koeleman
3rd Alex Martin
1st- Corey Funk
2nd- Vincent Kudrna
3rd- Ryan Wells
1st- Tyler Bonner
2nd- Raymond Warner
3rd- Capron Funk
For the full results check here later as they will be posted later in the day
For the Points Standings here are the top 5 leaders in their divisions.
1.Kevin Barker- 29 points
2.Andrew Koeleman- 24 points
3.Alex Martin- 19 points
4.George Hong- 16 points
5.Billy Savell- 14 points
1.Corey Funk- 63 points
2.Vincent Kudrna- 53 points
3.Ryan Wells- 43 points
4.Dalton Bennet- 38 points
5.Jake Frederickson- 33 points
1.Tyler Bonner- 114 points
2.Raymond Warner- 94 points
3.Capron Funk- 74 points
4.Nick Donatelli- 64 points
4.Dakota Schuetz- 54 points
For full points standings check the link below later as they will be posted soon
Nick Donatelli Truck Driver huge gap first try......TOO clean..
This competition was insane...as I'm sure the videos will show. Raymond Warner in best trick landed a ridiculously clean Quad Whip to Late Barspin. But it wasn't enough to beat out street rider Nick Donatelli's huge truckdriver.
The beginner division really showcased what the future holds for our sport...these kids were awesome. 5 year old Jordan Robles was out there doing his best, and he was great. BUt the consistency of Kevin Barker was amazing which led to him taking first place.
Intermediate was stacked with competition..Tyler Wheeland was going huge, Cam Ward was riding with a broken wrist fully casted....and Corey Funk was as consistent as ever as he rode into first place.
The Pro Division...As you all know from checking the points standings. Yes, Dakota was there. In practice, he was landing double bri flip to whips from quarter bank. Flip to fakies, big flairs and tons of other tricks. With a flawless first run, it looked like he would be making it into top 3 for sure. But his second run he tried to start it with a big 1080, and just couldnt stick it. Which threw his run off. Raymond Warner was on fire, landing literally every single one of his tricks, including flip to fakies, and using a lot of the course. Doing everything clean and with tons of speed. But he was JUST BARELY beaten out by Tyler Bonner. T-Bone came out swinging, using all of the biggest ramps at the park, but he saved the big stuff for his second run. Where he landed a super clean 1080 and then whipped back into the landing, and followed it up with a flair whip. Sealing the deal, and getting him first place in the Pro Comp. Following up Tyler and Raymond was Capron Funk who like Raymond was using the entire course, and was really consistent through out. In best trick he was soooo close to landing a tailwhip front scooterflip to triple whip.
I think it's clear now that the pro competition is going to be one to watch closely. With Dakota, Tyler, Raymond, and Capron being the guys to chase in the Tour.
As always for all breaking news on The Razor Exposed Tour, and all updates and news in the sport. Keep checking Inside-Scooters.
Saturday, May 22, 2010
There has been an influx of super 60's lately.
But how could i say no to an all tech, 5 minutes of Australian quality?
Simply, i couldn't.
These 2 are rather enjoyable to watch, and ride with.
P.s. Guarantee you can't guess who's their favorite rider :p
Friday, May 21, 2010
Everyone interested in Blunt Scooters will also be glad to know that the website is launching NEXT WEEKEND. Which means also that the contest that Blunt Scooters is currently holding for ALL riders in Australia and Queensland is soon coming to an end. If you or ANYONE you know wants to hurry and get their entry in to possibly win a YEARS supply of Blunt products...all you have to do is enter below by clicking the link and filling out the information.
As always for all the latest news on Blunt Scooters, and all breaking news and updates in the sport. Keep checking Inside-Scooters.
Thursday, May 20, 2010
Johan doesn't give a shit what I or anyone thinks anyway, cause he loves to ride his scooter and he's really good at it too..."
- Director, Editor, Filmer René Johannsen
I'm not really sure what this clip is for, but it's one of the best insights to scooters i've ever seen.
If anyone could translate this page; Asphalt we might get a better idea of what this video is used for.
If anyone knows/talks to Johan and can ask him personally, that'd be much appreciated too, just post in comments.
I came into this like most of you, I was 12 years old at the early 2000’s scooter craze and somehow came across RVM and Scooter Resource. We have watched as tricks were invented and just about every “world first” that was worth a damn along the way. We have seen a few versions of SR and a total forum shift to the memorable TPC forums and back again. I mean, the memory of the first Thrill Zone Comp still feels like yesterday for us but look what has happened in such a short time! Just look at the poster for Razors Exposed Tour. See all those tiny logos at the bottom? They are scooter companies, every one of them (minus Inside Scooters, of course). It’s not only Razor and Micro to choose anymore and it’s crazy to think about that in retrospect.
I digress, like I said, you all are a part of this extraordinary growth and progress the sport has endured, so the events that take place in the next five to seven years could end up defining our hobby later into a mass-marketed sport with countless company’s, riders and opportunity.
Of course, that only happens if we get this right. Seems to me every single one of us who have dedicated ourselves to this sport have a responsibly to make sure the scene itself doesn’t crumble before we get there.
The companies: You guys keep on doing what you are doing. You are the backbone of the scene now and we should be more APPRECIATIVE for everything you and your staff do. It is by your existence and dedication that we even have a choice of what to ride. Don’t sweat people cherping you out because you product looks like another companies or might have paint or finish malfunctions in the start. You can only make bars so many ways and in the end there will be a ton of companies selling crows, slayers or wherever with their logo on it.
The new/younger riders: Look up to riders, that’s fine, but please don’t try to ride like them. What we do is a personal expression and you won’t be you if you’re expressing someone else. It is through your creativity that the riding quality itself will progress long past the point our knees can take it, so be an artist with your riding.
I’ve only been back actively in the scene for a few months now but I can see we have an incredible thing going here, folks. We should be proud. We are doing what we all once talked about. So get out there, ride and be happy ‘cause as soon as all my parts come in, I am going stand on that scooter and I’m finally going to feel at home. =)
All words taken directly from (THIS) thread.
I in no way take any credit for the words written here, they are all from the mind of Travis House.
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
If you check the right side of our page, you will see a new Advertising Company by the name of Scooter Hut. Scooter Hut is based out of the Gold Coast, which makes them our fourth (Thanks for the heads up CJ..haha) Australian advertising company along with MaddGearPro, SOA and Blunt Scooters. Pretty catchy logo if you ask me haha. Want to learn more about Scooter Hut? Then check Inside-Scooters this weekend for some more information about this awesome new company in the sport.
Check out their website by clicking the link below, or clicking the Ad you see on the right side of the page.
Scooter Hut Website
Steven: Name, Age, and Location?
David: David Veltum. 16 Years Old. Westerville, Ohio.
Steven: Tell us about your current set up?
David: Back in the day I used to always have the worst setup out of all the people I rode with. Things have changed a bit, now I have one of the best setups. I ride a TSI deck, Silver Proto SCS, Two White Proto Grippers, Cane Creek S-3 Headset, Stiker Fork, Black Unleashed Bars, and Black ODI Longneck Grips.
Steven: What made you want to try doing a Super 60 for IS?
David: I have always thought Super 60's were really cool and a really good way to show your consistency. Just one day when we were going to JFK Skatepark in Reynoldsburg, Ohio I thought it would be cool to film and hopefully make a Super 60 for Inside Scooters. I usually am not someone who likes to take time out of riding to film, which is why I dont have many videos. I am beginning to like filming more and I am working on a new video coming out soon.
Steven: When did you start scootering, and what keeps you riding today?
David: I started scootering back in 2006 and rode untill 2007. I stopped riding for a while because hockey took up a big portion of my time. I decided one day in 2009 I was going to go up to the skatepark again and just have some fun. Going to the skatepark again made me realize how much fun it was. So now with not much else in the way scootering is largely back in my life. I am riding about 4-5 times a week and I have no intention of stopping anytime soon at all.
Steven: Who are some of your favorite riders to ride with?
David: The people I mostly ride with are some members of the Unleashed Team which is Dylan Becker, Zach Fritz and Justin Kay.
Steven: What plans do you got for the future?
David: I am currently working on a sponsor video, and later on down the road I am planning on making a Summer Edit. Later on Scoot Ohio is taking place again, I am soo excited for that to happen and if your not planning on coming out you should deffinately try.
Steven: Any last words David?
David: I am glad that scootering has become what it is today and I am very excited to see where else its going. Scootering has deffinately gotten more popular over the past couple years and I am very glad to be apart of it.
Also David is currently looking for some sponsors. If you are interested in talking to David about a possible sponsorship deal...you can reach him at this email address below. And stay tuned for David's sponsor video, that we will be showing here at Inside-Scooters.
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
"alright, so basically, New York city just got its first REAAAALL skatepark. and guess what? we're not allowed in. what a surprise. if you guys want a really awesome skatepark to ride every year come XW/Banks Jam time, we need to get as many signatures as possible on this petition. please sign this, and spread it around! we really need the full support of the scooter community to get this done!
Hep Greg & The Scooyork family"
If you can completely captivate your target audience with a throwaway video from the DVD you're filming, you know you're doing something right.
Throw out all your preconceptions of who the best team in the game is at the moment. The Proto family has that under wraps.
If you're looking for tech world firsts, consistency like no other and a level of riding miles above any team or any one, look no further.
Monday, May 17, 2010
Sunday, May 16, 2010
1. Tommy Christiana
2. Kiara Meade
3. Qwadane Berkley
1. Matt Somers
2. Joe Kish
3. Collin DaSilva
1. Josh Kish
2. Joe Armstrong
3. Petey Junsberger
Saturday, May 15, 2010
If you didn't already know, Blunt Scooters is taking the sport by storm. They are set to come out soon with a full line of parts...and one thing people have been waiting to see are the Blunt Bars. Well you will all be happy to know that they are releasing 3 different style bars right from the start. So let's get some information on all three.
The first on the left (green)are the Striper Bars. With this bar design becoming more popular it only makes sense that these be one of the styles that Blunt allows you to choose. These bars are really strong but also light.
AUS Price- 89$
Next up you see the Candy Bars (red). These are the lightest 4130 bars of the three styles. Weighing in at only 950g.
AUS Price- 79$
Last but certainly not least, are the MrT Bars (purple). These are the strongest bars that Blunt Scooters has to offer right now. These are sure to stand up to even the hardest of riders.
AUS Price- 89$
All of these are available in 15 different colors. The sizes range from:
500mm wide by 450mm, 500mm and 550mm high
These bars are made from the highest grade thermal treated 4130-T4 Cromo and they are butted making them some of the strongest but also lightest bars on the market today. However, just to be certain you guys are buying the best possible bars for your money, these also come with a 6 month weld warranty. Any problems with your welds, take a picture and send it in to BluntScooters and they will take care of it for you.
So you want to be one of the first to get your hands on Blunt Bars? Well keep an eye out for them to hit stores on May 20th!
As always for all breaking news in the sport, and all your information and updates on Blunt Scooters...Keep checking Inside-Scooters.com
Thursday, May 13, 2010
Check out the new flyer for stop number one of the tour. EVERYONE should be trying to make it out to this if you are in the area. It is going to be a great competition, amazing sponsors, and great prizes.
As always for all news and updates regarding the Razor Exposed Tour, you can read about it first on Inside-Scooters.
This video definitely redefines the "super" in super 60.
Tight filming and editing by Josh Toy.
Flawless riding in every way, style, clean and just a little bit different to your run of the mill park rider.
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
While The Exposed Tour has a huge list of sponsoring companies, one company has agreed to be the Title Sponsor. That company, is Razor
Now before anyone gets worried that the rules or tour stops might be changed by Razor, think again. This tour is still going to be coordinated and organized by the original people behind it. What Razor is doing is using all of its popularity and connections to help promote this tour far beyond what could have been done without them. They are looking forward to working with all of the new companies that are involved with Freestyle Scootering, and view this as an opportunity to renew and expand their support of our sport.
For Razor to step up as the Title Sponsor of the Exposed Tour shows that they see a lot of promise in the sport of Freestyle Scootering. The Exposed Tour becoming The Razor Exposed Tour means good news not just for the Tour itself, but for everyone who is competing. This competition circuit could very well set a new standard in the sport of Freestyle Scootering.
For any and ALL updates on The Razor Exposed Tour be sure to check Inside-Scooters.
Here are the official dates and locations for the Razor Exposed Tour:
May 23, 2010 Krause Family Skate Park (YMCA) San Diego, Ca
August 28, 2010 Battle Ground Skate Park Battle Ground, Wa
September 18, 2010 X-Court Glendale, Az
October 17, 2010 Skate Barn West Renton, Wa
Steven: So when exactly did SOA start, and why was it started?
Justin: SOA was founded Back in early 2008, Starting on eBay with scooter products, we have traded online now for 7 years via eBay & website’s we started in video games like SONY, Nintendo & Mircosoft basicly cause gaming was a passion/Hobbie for me back then after sum years trading in video games & console modchips/installs I was at my local shopping mail then walked past the toy window to know the razor’s were on special so I walked in got one headed of to the skate park, after not riding for over 4 years & yeah just feel in love with the sport once again, this was back in early 2008 after sum research to find sum actual scooter parts I wouldn’t break like my razor I just got I searched the net finding not much so I set out a goal to offer clients what I always dreamed of & wanted as a young scooter rider from the year 2001 when I started, basicly started of there with the simple yak & razor stuff on eBay until we started the new company now called Scooters Only Australia Pty ltd we sort merged from eBay to our SOA website which lead us to where we are today, there is a lot more to the story we just didn’t want to bore you all.
Steven: I remember SOA as being one of the first companies to start making and selling pegs, what made you guys want to make pegs?
Justin: Well this again comes back to my days of riding from 2001, around 2003 just before I stopped I made sum home made pegs, like we always had the sockets & blade scooter brakes had a insert we used for pegs but it just didn’t cut it, in 2003 I made sum welded hand made aussie pegs I used until I sort not really grow out of scooters or didn’t love it, basicly growing up & work took over making it hard to ride all the time.
But when I came back to the sport in 2008 I had notice there wasn’t pegs still years later this hadn’t been done by any company I had heard of so that was the first product we designed to make for our clients, as you guys both know from riding them they are a great product depending on the model or scooter set up you had for the time back then over 1 year ago there wasn’t many pegs like these days, we had redesigned out product bout 6 times, not that it was no good, just basicly cause of the change of market like new forks out, new decks compared to when we started with mainly just pro or micro decks to work with, we actually bring out the BMX style pegs ages ago but the market didn’t seem to be interested then only interested in the solid axle peg models we had, as you can see now most of the pegs out to date are a bmx style/designed peg on a scooter scale size just shows you how the sport has grown also the interest from clients & companies these days I believe its great to its just making this sport lead to were it should be at.
Steven: After a while, SOA kind of disappeared? Can you tell us what happened in that time you were absent?
Justin: Well basicly work took over not SOA, but my other full time job as a chef we had big plans for SOA last year then I got sort busy working in the industry ive been in for over 10 years, my online gaming then SOA business wasn’t a full time thing it was a hobbie to do with stuff like loved & had passion for which was gaming & scooters but as you see scooters more it took over me, we did have website server troubles during this time when I was working 65+ hrs a week so we sort had to stop I had no time & yeah it really hurt me that I couldn’t keep up the plans we had set inplace priour to starting the company name & website. How ever things now have changed as you might notice & we are growing rapidly like the boiling water at my old work every day.
Steven: Being back now, what can we expect from SOA in the future?
Justin: Well we can give away too much we for the time until we release the SOA new range which is mostly 100% Australian Manufactured Products we will only be stocking brands we retail for, we have a number at the moment with most the fine quality international brand which as a rider myself I beleave in this basicly is our moto that if I wouldn’t ride it or let my cousin ride it I wouldn’t stock or sell it, as for our SOA range we can give u a teaser with out spilling the beans to much, we have baiscly a full range of quality after market parts basicly setting a new standard with No Welds yes I hope we confuse you all with saying this, but it is true we will release a range of products from Decks, forks, bars, clamps & brakes all aussie made which is a first all high end quality material & designs there will be a new website for this range aside from the SOA store so look out for this in the future
Steven: Being one of the very first companies we worked with Inside-Scooters over a year ago, It's good to have you back. What made you want to work with IS again?
Justin: Well basicly the above reply relates to this, basicly we have started as a full time company so we are back here with you guys
Steven: Thanks Justin, do you have any last words?
Justin: Well I think I raved on too much as always we would just like to thanks every one around the world for your support & special thanks you guys at inside for the support yopu have given us since our return in 2010, we look forward to working with the community to bring a brighter future to this sport.
So after reading that, I think it's clear that we have one more legit company in our sport. Also below is their latest rider to have been made a part of the SOA Team.
Frano Briski is from the Goldcoast in Australia, and recently finished his latest SOA Edit. Check it out below...and expect to see more good things from Frano and the rest of the riders at SOA in the future on Inside-Scooters.
Monday, May 10, 2010
Sunday, May 9, 2010
Also check out her first Day Video..which according to Mohamed was filmed in about 20 minutes....This girl is going to be extremely good in a year or so if she keeps at it. And I guess when you got locals riding TIC like Mohamed Alsulaibi and Josh Kish that has to help a little bit too..haha.
Saturday, May 8, 2010
And head on over to SOA by clicking the following Link.
Friday, May 7, 2010
When Blunt Scooters hit the scene in Australia, they are making it their duty to hit it hard. Coming out soon with a full line of products ranging from big to small. A while ago we saw their huge variety in griptapes which you can check out by clicking the following link. Blunt Griptape
And now they recently released their Abec 9 Blunt Scooters Bearings. These things look amazing, and come in their individual packaging, and come with two special Blunt spacers for easy installation. You can purchase them right now for 22$ aud. So check with all your local scooter parts dealers and see if they carry Blunt Scooters Bearings. Check out the pics below.
Also guys everyday that passes is one more day until the end of this contest! So for everyone in Australia and New Zealand! BluntScooters is still holding their contest..Where ALL you have to do is ENTER and you have a chance to win a FULL YEARS worth of Blunt Scooter Gear equivalent to 1,000 dollars of parts.
Updates on that competition will be coming soon. Make sure you and all of your friends enter this competition, because SOMEONE is going to get lucky and win a free years worth of some really high quality stuff. Click the link below to enter the contest!
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
Featuring the new super 60 intro, made for inside scooters by Sam Short.
Watch carefully, there's alot to miss in here. This has to be one of the best super 60's we've seen at inside scooters, consistency wise. How one person can film 5 minutes and 30 seconds of straight tricks, in 60 minutes is beyond me.
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Monday, May 3, 2010
It's pretty well cheating to be that good at both street and park.
Adam Rouse is a DSA Team Rider for Australia. He is a top promoter of DSA in Australia, and this video proves no different. With the recent release of DSA's Cambo Forks, Adam decided to make a video to promote them. Check it out below.
Sunday, May 2, 2010
During the months of March and April Eagle-Sport was accepting open applications from riders from all around Australia to see who would get a chance to ride on the Eagle-Sport Team. In April a rider was chosen..by the name of Chris Hart. However, receiving over 50 applications...Eagle felt that they could fit another rider onto the Australian Team. That rider is......
I caught up with Jackson to ask him some questions so those who don't know him can get to know the new Eagle-Sport Team rider a little better.
1. Name, Age, Location
Jackson James Manzie. 17. Sydney, Australia.
2. When and how did you start riding scooters?
I used to mess around on them, doing bunnyhops and manuals when I was about 7, then I saw a video of Alex Peasley about 7 years later by chance and started messing around a bit more seriously.
3. Who are some of your favorite people to ride with?
Aaron Bransdon, Geordie Mac, Jamie Fox, Max Margalit and Alec Burman for sure. From America, i'd say Tyler Wheeland, John and Nick Darger for sure. Other than that, I like riding with most of the people from western sydney too.
4. What made you want to try out for Eagle-Sport?
I guess the opportunity to be part of something bigger, something a little more serious. Plus as everyone knows its a company that makes amazing parts, so to be a part of that is really special.
5. Now that you're on Eagle-Sport do you plan on making any changes?
It's sort of unrelated but I think i'd like to start riding street a lot more. I've been riding it a fair bit lately and i've developed a taste for finding spots and riding them, so yup :)
6. What are your future plans for scootering?
Buy a new camera hopefully, make some fun video projects, hang out with my mates, ride a scooter and represent Eaglesport. Sounds like a plan dontchaknowit?
Below is a little video that Jackson filmed for this piece. Enjoy it, and stay tuned for some really big things from Eagle-Sport Australia in the future. Congratulations to Jackson Manzie for becoming a part of the Eagle-Sport Family.