VIDEO: SD Summer Saturday Edit

Joey Chase and Matty Shrock flew into San Diego to meet up with Brian Shima before heading to Woodward West for Nimh Week. ONE met up with Damien Wilson, Lyle Shivak and the rest of the aforementioned bunch for a mid-day session on Saturday in the hot San Diego sun. Matty’s plane had landed just about an hour before the session got underway at Chicano Park ledges. Dudes chilled, a couple tricks got done, and fun times were had. Plus, we got to mess around again with the HD capabilities on our Canon pocket rocket. — ONE

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x-rated - Sunday, July 19th, 2009

my boyssss see yall in a week!

matty s. - Monday, July 20th, 2009

chicano park ledges to get our chi on

Ill b there ready like a G, repping my Heavy Chad Grout retro orange joints

Im stacked with retro gear kinda like Guy from the wedge

I roll solo on the kawasaki, if your ready to rep chicano ledges, strap up,

x-rated bringing it rough with the strap-on

triple 8 retro gaskets, TRUE THUGS REP THE LATEST FASHION TRENDS.

Jaren Grob - Monday, July 20th, 2009

First of all, before you read my comment on the edit, pop in Fade Nation in your computer and find the ACEYALONE section. Let this section run on repeat for at least 3 or 4 times, then direct your attention back to your laptop or desktop and start reading the opinion from one of rollerbladings greatest of all time, the legend, Jaren Grob.

Ok fellas lets get started here. Names Jaren Grob. Im an ex-professional aggressive inline skater from the past. I still skate when my body can afford a bruising.

So, I been browsing the ol net and I find it amusing that we have a comments section with no real wit or what you could call “Monster” status.

Now, lemme get one thing str8 here. Style is not everything. How are you going to manage to look good or stylish when ur going for the super gap or disaster grind?

All Im saying is that all you new-school cats out there, Im not not going to name names cause I dont even know any of you because you dont even give me the time of day, need to start respecting old-school SOUL bladers and realize we created everything you now have. Respect us.

Jaren Grob - Monday, July 20th, 2009

Think about it though. How do you think the Royale grind came about. It took years for that grind to even get laced. Start respecting the legends and researching on youtube for year 1997 and down videos.

THE ONLY WAY TO MAE A FUTURE FOR OUR UNKNOWN SPORT IS TO DISCOVER THE GEMS OF THE PAST.

Do you know which rollerblader invented the tea-kettle or the rough grind?

Cause I do, and Im very sure that once mainstream America discovers blading I’ll be one step ahead of you my brother.(As far as skate knowledge goes)

So, in essence, its not always better to know more or studying can only get you so far, but youtube.com is different kids, and in order to truly get a grasp on industry what have yous, you need to watch and learn. Start by looking up Videogroove and even though the quality is not as good as Fade Nation, thats all we got kid.

Zach Busey - Monday, July 20th, 2009

Im just wondering what the hell happened to Matt Moya? I mean why is it in this small sport that we fly skaters like Shrock out to Cali and skaters like Moya dont even get a phonecall? One day Im gonna find out where X-Rated lives and roll over to his house with Matt Moya.

Then were gonna go skate, X-Rated. Ill stick you with a syringe if you try to run away.

Matt Moya needs to get clips in just like the next guy. Shima doesn’t appreciate Matt Moyas style? Why doesnt anyone appreciate real flawless freestyle rolling?

franky bonez - Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009

jaren if i reamber correctly your not old school nor do u have any place in skating other then at ramps and compititions you was a tool that the events used to build the hype but on the bigger picture of skating what have you accomplished other then some metals to compititions that dont even exist anymore,{invalid} not to mention you could never skate street so why are u opening your mouth about kids doing your reserch when in ur prime u had a big label on your head that said park skater an when it came to street u skated like arlo in his hayday which in the 2000 sence of things u sucked.. next time you point somone towards youtube why dont u relize u fell off and the sport has grown the only one needing to contribute there time and effort is you , in the internet age of things there you are talkin you a x pro skater blah blah blah in real life what are u doing for skating seems like you hit the big comps and fell off the face of skating you wasnt even any good as a charchter in that game thier i would choos a girl be4 u

Jaren Grob - Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009

FIRST OF ALL WHO IS U, FRANKY BONEZ? BEFORE YOU SIT THERE AND HYPOCRITICALLY RUN UR MOUTH ON NET, KNOW THAT BACK IN THE DAY I WAS SPONSORED BY SENATE, WHICH BY INDUSTRY STANDARDS, WAS AT THE TOP. ALSO YOU MUST B VERY SLOW OR JUST DUMB BC IF YOU MISSED MY STREET SKATING SECTIONS FROM THE PAST THEN THE ONLY PERSON LOSING IS U.

1 MORE THING SHMUCK IM STILL IN CONTACT W ARLO AND WE HAVE BIG PLANS FOR RE-INTRODUCING OLD SCHOOL HEADS INTO THE INDUSTRY. ALSO THERES UN-USED STREET SKATING CLIPS OF ME STILL BEING TALKED ABOUT SON.

franky bonez - Thursday, July 23rd, 2009

I was aware that senate used u as a tool to promote there brand back then and just like them and so are u nowhere nowadays so in all reality fall back to the nothing you are, i didt wanna have to call you out just point out some facts, your section back then was all hyped up about how u do have street skating abilitys but in all reality everyone saw that it was a waste of film and somone could have be better parted in that video then seeing u do souls and frontsides on rails that werent even lidgit,,u can speak to arlo all you want doesnt mean your going to get off your butt an skate again as for who i am im a world wide known dj that use to skate back then and still do from time to time i just didt want u to go on record here like you had a place to say anything about back then skating, why dont u create somthin for rollerblading instead of trying to take from it u washed up dude whos carreer ended the same way half of the skateboard pool skaters ended , when the world moves on to care less about vert and ramps thats where u fell off hahaha u couldt keep to what was popular like street skating so instead u became a old school complainer meanwhile all u needed to do was work on ur street skills and become a real skater that can skate everything and dont reply it will show how washed up u really are because surely if u had a life u wouldt need to come back and defend yourself/

franky bonez - Thursday, July 23rd, 2009

and to finish u off while ur still near ur computer crying, i wanted to include ur section on youtube where you prove u being a x games winner clearly means nothing to todays terms of skating, not to mention u cant land a gap unless u have a piece of wood acting as a transition,, hahahahahaha http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AxbeWk2BAS4 sorry to make it so

franky bonez - Thursday, July 23rd, 2009

sorry to make it so bloody for u guys ONE but in reality jaren is seeing ONE do a great job and making somthinf for themselves that now he wants to jump on the bandwagon hoping he can get down with some exposer that he hasnt earned in the last 10 yrs so hopefully u dont take me as the asshole just the asshole presenter =0)

Eddie Campos - Friday, July 24th, 2009

Just watched the youtube section of Jaren Grob and I have to say that the haters will hate, Jaren just remember to keep doing your thing.

Jaren Grob is not the most stylish skater but after watching that section as well as thinking back to some of his XGAMES takes I gotta say this dude be reppin and if you still skate then more power to you. Jaren Grob is basically like the heart and soul of rollerblading and if you got a problem with his blading then you got a problem with me, Eddie Campos.(my cousin is the Eddie Campos who passed away and was once a pro blader) My cousin would not be happy with all the hate, please start respecting the sport for him especially since hes 6 feet under n all.

Peter - Friday, July 24th, 2009

i think its time for a frank stoner interview or a chris fleenor interview. keep in mind these guys still skate and deserve respect just like u deserve urs but everything is so out of place and backwards rite now in the blade industry were all out of the loop and one magazine is doing nothing about it.

Liam Lawlor - Wednesday, July 29th, 2009

For the Grob haters check this out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGQ4-H7knpI

So maybe anonymous coward franky bonez will STFU.

The only issue I have with this SD Summer Saturday Edit is that this garbage gets published by an outlet that calls itself “Rollerblading media at its finest”

What a joke! This is B-Roll bullshit that doesn’t get anybody juiced to skate. What’s the end result? You have a former pro inspired to talk some shit, and then some other knucklehead talking more shit, and finally someone talking about his dead cousin rolling over in his grave. WTF ONE? Post media that is worthy of your byline.

First, BE Rolling Media At Its Finest before you call yourself that. (have you seen an issue of Be-mag?) And second, stop swinging from the nuts of a select few local pros and go out and find some new (or existing) talent that might actually be good examples for the kids who are just getting started. There’s almost as much footage in this edit of Shima smoking a cigarette as there is of him smoking the bowl.

I don’t know why I bother to post this. I don’t know why I buy every sorry, disappointingly repetitive issue of ONE. I don’t know why I still read the Ed.’s drivel about the pending “revolution”, sprinkled with misplaced political references. I skate DESPITE what this outlet releases.

I guess I’m just sick of seeing so much “pretending to be something its not” going on in this sport. Where’s the humility? Certainly not here.

wd - Thursday, July 30th, 2009

Forgive us for not fulfilling our obligation to entertain and motivate you! What were we thinking? I guess we shouldn’t charge so much for all this lackluster content. I guess we shouldn’t distribute the magazine for FREE online, because it’s obviously an attempt to distract you from skating.

Liam Lawlor - Thursday, July 30th, 2009

well, you missed my point. criticism is not to popular around here. this is rolling media at its finest—how dare anyone find fault! many many apologies.

anyone remember reading thoughtful responses to thoughtful criticism in DB? or is the mere mention of your predecessor taboo, as well?

you guys rock! keep the sick content coming! i’ve been illuminated!

Jaren grob - Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

That is not jaren grob talking!!

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