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The Barcelona Sessions III: Skitchin'Fernwisser

Barcelona – Ich liebe diese Stadt!!! Um so sehr bin ich erfreut über den Tipp, den ich von Olli vom Be-Mag Rollerblading Magazine bekommen habe: The Barcelona Sessions III: Skitchin´, das neuste Werk von Richie Eisler. Inspiriert vom Film Tron war er mit Worapoj Boonim, Dustin Werbeski und anderen einen ganzen Sommer lang in Barcelona mit der Kamera auf Blades unterwegs. Ich selber kann ja auf den Dingern nicht fahren und verstehe nicht viel davon, aber als alter Skateboarder kann ich die Faszination am Rollerblading nicht leugnen. Vielen Dank, Olli!!!


nach dem Klick gibt es die ersten beiden Teile der Barcelona Sessions.

[via Be-Mag, powerhouse the conference]

The Barcelona Sessions


December 2 – December 12, 2010 in Barcelona Spain.

The Barcelona Sessions includes a week with Albert Hooi, Dominic Sagona back on the blades, Roll’s magazine cover photo sessions with Richie Eisler, a first glimpse into „Powerblading“ with Dustin Werbeski and more…

Featuring: Dustin Werbeski, Richie Eisler, Albert Hooi, Dominic Sagona, Michael Garlinghouse and Mark Heuss.

Filmed by: Mark Heuss, Albert Hooi, Richie Eisler, Dominic Sagona, Oli Benet, Jordi Mestre and Michael Garlinghouse.

Edited by: Richie Eisler

Music: „He would have laughed“ by Deerhunter

Check powerhouse.theconference.org for upcoming videos, including a full Dominic Sagona profile.

The Barcelona Sessions II


Mt. Tibidabo to the Sea:

Does anyone NOT love bombing hills? The whole concept of it is amazing. Gravity does all the work while you just enjoy the rush.

Growing up in what is likely the flattest place on Earth, Dustin and I have been having a blast bombing around Barcelona. The pavement is near perfect everywhere and always seems like it’s running slightly down hill, just enough for a free ride.

This past Christmas we decided to see if we could hill bomb all day long. Barcelona’s streets slowly slope from the sea all the way up to Mt. Tibidabo. From there, a highway winds it’s way up to Temple de Sagrat Cor, a church atop the mountain, overlooking the entire city.

And so, obviously, we had to start there. „Check out the view“ and then let gravity power a journey to the beach through some of the coolest streets in the world… „Not a bad way to spend Christmas day.“

Here’s a look at our free ride from Mt. Tibidabo to the sea. Enjoy.

Music is: Erlend Oye – Every Party Has A Winner And A Loser
and Dan Deacon – Snookered

ps. Stay tuned for more Barcelona Sessions as well as upcoming profiles on Dominic Sagona, Dustin Werbeski, Fredrik Andersson, Jeff Dalnas, Richie Eisler and more.


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