Roller Skating Resources
An essay by Brian Wainwright
on how to ride side stance.
Dealers and Manufacturers
Alltec Skate Parks
is the company of vertical roller skater Tim Altic. Have a look!
Vert roller skater Andy Peerless's skate park design and build company (UK).
ramp base plate with wide trucks
makes a lot of inline and roller skate wheels.
produces the famous Kryptonics wheels.
sells roller skates (indoor, outdoor, inline, ice) and useful
offers wide trucks.
Ramp and Park
is the company of Jim Rees. Great stuff!
produces great skating boots.
sells Rollerskates (indoor, outdoor, hockey) and Parts in Germany.
Skates on Haight
(Roller Skates, Skateboards, Inlines) in San Francisco builds good Roller Skates.
in Denmark sells
and roller skates.
South Eastern Skate Supply Inc
is a wholesaler for roller skating stuff. They don't sell directly, but check them out to see what is available and maybe to find a rink where to get it.
is a manufacturer of decent roller skates in Switzerland.
is a danish dealer with lots of roller skate stuff. They have even ramp skates!.
has a lot of different base plates.
makes trucks. They still produce freestyle trucks which can also be used for vertical roller skates.
makes professional ramps and obstacles. The company is operated by skaters which is probably the reason why their ramps are very skateable.
produces an innovative vertical roller skate.
offers skateboard freestyle trucks.
is the blog of the Spanish roller skater Gambin, who makes the Strickywear baseplate for vertical roller skates.
The National Museum of Rollerskating
shows on its site some information on the history of roller skating.
has an Interview with Brian Wainwright. Look under
The Site of Paul (Rollerball) Jessep
from Australia has some vertical roller skating pictures.
is the Vertical Rollerskating Site of Lisa Suggitt from Vancouver.
lists rollerskating events for adults throughout the year and primarily in North America.
is a rollerskating site with lots of information (mainly in french).
is a very nicely done Rollerskating site by Tobi Reif from Berlin. He features a page on vertical rollerskater Tim Altic.
Team 8 — Vertical Rollerskating Gallery
by Lee Ettinger.
is Kathy Fry's site which has information on everything connected to skating.
is the web site of the famous British park. It has some interesting
vert roller skating pics
Pictures from the Marina Skate Park – Roller-Skate Contest 1978
can be found at
is a self-proclaimed organisation for rollerskate culture. Seems to be a store front-page to me.
List of roller skaters by Leon West
hosted at Google docs.
Roller Skate Everything
is Ben Barret's site collecting information about every aspect of roller skating
Stuff by rollerskaters
sculptures by vertical rollerskater Holger Sander.
X Spot TV
by Lee Ettinger documents the local heros of the Surf — Ski — Skate — Beach and Board cultures.
Zorg and his ramp skates
is a danish inline and rollerskate community by vertical rollerskater Morten Engmark.
is Dave VanBelleghem's website devoted to "Quad Roller Skating".
Dying Breed Sk8s
is Duke Rennie's web shop for street gear.
René Hulgreen's web site
has put together
her experience with building her vert setup.
Irene's MySpace presence,
Make your own toe protectors
from carbon and epoxy (by Canon).
Biffsk8er skating on YouTube
Bomberator from Spain on YouTube
Jay's roller skate world on Gravity
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