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Ep. 25 with Jeff Frederick

Jeff Frederick is one of the originals out of Philly. He gives us some insight into his earlier days, how he got his first sponsor, the “rules” skating in Philly in the 90’s, and we get to watch a few of his sections.

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Ep. 24 with Scott Crawford

After taking a break from blading for over a decade, Scott is making his return back to the game and making a huge impact in a different way. After telling us his stories about being on the Vans Warped Tour, hanging out with Gwen Stefani, and touring with Tony Hawk, Scotty wants to give something back to the community with his new event, the "Manly Blade Meet", which had an unbelievable turn out with guests from all over the world.

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Ep. 22 with Nick Lomax

So many of you asked, so…it’s here…the Nick Lomax episode! Chances are, you’re already one of his FORTY ONE THOUSAND Instagram followers so Nick needs no introduction. We all love him… he’s British, likes earl grey tea, lives in Barcelona, can do Farfegnugens and Top Acids no problem at all. Nick also brings on a few of his own special guests on, so we hope you enjoy this one as much as all 6 people did who were in the audience watching!

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Ep. 21 with Dominik Wagner

Dominik Wagner is a Winterclash veteran who is one of the people who help make this event what it is today. We laugh a bunch about his attempt at skating for 48hrs non-stop in New York City, traveling the world to film shoot blade photos, and his experiences with the new SOLA Frames.

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Ep. 20 with Leon Humphries

Leon is one of the most stylish and innovative bladers to come out of the London scene. From the 90’s until now, he drops a ton of knowledge how people develop their style, how he still skates and films year round, and HOMIE OVERLOAD at Winterclash.

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Ep. 19 with Mery Munoz

Before she took 1st place at the 2019 Winterclash Women's Event, Mery was able to sit with us and talk about her involvement in the youth of skating by working in schools and Blading Camp in Spain. We also discuss her future in the industry and how to make a living through what she loves to do.

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Ep. 18 with Eugen Enin and Joe Atkinson

We're back with Season 2 Live From Winterclash 2019 in Eindhoven, Netherlands!

We sit down with Eugen Enin (Most Creative Trick Winterclash 2019) and Joe Atkinson (Winner and Best Trick Winterclash 2019). Eugen talks about how his style originated from hip hop influences and how important it is to learn your history in blading,. Joe goes into his life traveling the world with FISE, his first experience with skating full pipes, and much more!

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Ep. 17 Season Finale with Austin Paz & Billy O'Neill

Season 1 in the books! We look back on the last 17 weeks of some of our favorite highlights with our guests as well as go over some of our holiday gift ideas. See you all when we kick off Season 2 at the 2019 Winterclash in Eindhoven, Netherlands!

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Ep. 16 with Jordan Baez

Over the past few years, Jordan has had a huge impact on the new York city skate scene. Hes keeping the sport healthy by organizing events like the Hoboken mini ramp competition, 12th and D classic, L.E.S. box comp and more. We talk about what it takes to keep the culture alive and bringing events to a town near you.

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Ep. 15 with Gav Drumm

Gav is a powerhouse out of Melbourne, Australia following in the footsteps of legends like Blake Dennis, Scott Crawford, and Matt Salerno. We dig into his time skating in Burma, his experience winning the 2017 Blading Cup, the pro skate offer from Roces, and much more!

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Ep. 13 with Chris Dafick

Welcome to Episode 13 with Chris Dafick! Chris has been on the road for years all over the world with some of the gnarliest people around with blades on their feet. He talks about how Shredwiser got started from sharing a house with a few skateboarding buddies, to filming videos all over Europe and much more!

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Ep. 12 with Ryan Jacklone

Welcome to Episode 12 with Ryan Jacklone! Ryan was the epitome of New York City street skating in the 90s. We discuss the early days of FR and K2, along with what it was like at the first NISS contest in 1994 and the beef between east and west coast.

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Ep. 11 with Leon Basin

Leon Basin is one of the most innovative and talented people in the game. From being the creator of some of the top high-end products in our industry, to keeping the local scenes alive with this skate shops, Leon can possibly be one of the most important people we have today. So enjoy a couple of small wheel guys chatting it up with the wizard himself.

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EP. 10 with Billy O'Neill & Austin Paz

The big 1-0! We gave our guests a break this week so we can sit down and catch up with each other. Billy OFFICIALLY moved back to NYC now and we get into what the deal was with his pro USD Aeon skate, the biggest tricks we’ve seen done in person, and life in general.

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Ep. 9 with Dominic Bruce

We kick off our first international guest with Scotland’s own, Dominic Bruce. Dominic is a POWER shredder who is currently living in Copenhagen. Because he is a young buck, he has a fresh new perspective on skating. He goes in on growing up skating in Scotland, his time so far in New York, his philosophies on skating and life itself.

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Ep. 8 Live From Woodward

We join you from the Morton Building in Woodward, PA, home of the infamous Morton Bowl and Morton Mini. We're fortunate enough to have a Blading-only weekend organized by Long Tonthat of Oak City Skate Shop and Cameron Card. We discuss how everyone's expectations were far surpassed by the number of people who showed up for this amazing experience and their plans for next year…

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Ep. 7 with Abdiel Colberg

Abdiel is a powerhouse blader from Puerto Rico who is known for his move to California in the early 2000s and becoming a part of the EscoZoo Crew. Abdiel brings his box of old photos from back in the day, tells us about the last time he hung out with Dustin Latimer, and we watch his section in F.O.R. 2.

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Ep. 6 with Miguel Ramos

Miguel dives deep into his history with blading from Puerto Rico, to New York, and to California. He drops some serious knowledge on how he helped fund and build a world class skatepark in his hometown as well as his current project to make bladers dreams all over the world come true. Miguel is a truly great and knowledgeable person in our sport and we need more people like him to keep us all around.

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