The hardest, most skilled, and most experienced riders, who fly the highest, ride the park with no effort, and land the gnarliest tricks on the streets. They throw barspins and tailwhips left and right, with ease, leaving everyone with the question „how did they do that?”. This is Rollers.hu’s PRO team.
District, Dorko, Factory Arena, and last but not least Rollers.hu
That was the time scooters started getting popular, only as a from of transportation. With my brother we each got our own, and that’s where it all started. We got creative with them.
Street, park, and basically anything goes. I like riding anywhere, I couldn’t categorize myself.
I don’t have a favourite spot, but I’d say Tatabánya. That city is full of great spots. Out of parks, Linz is my favourite.
That’s a great question, even I couldn’t decide. Before my knee injury I was into briflips, now I’m more into dip 360 combos.
I have a ton of them, but I keep coming back to Dylan Morrison’s Listen for Yourself video.
Nothing but oldschool rap! Biggie Smalls, Mobb Deep, The Fugees, NAS.
Dnb, both oldschool and newschool rap, trap, doesn’t matter, basically anything good.
My first idols were the old French ID team, with JD, Le Baron, Martin Nogol, Matt McKeen, and Marko Szabo.
Coedie Donovan. The fact that Coedie was already on the top when I started, and has been riding ever since just amazes me. My other favourite was Roomet Saalik, but sadly he quit.
The first scooter meetup in Csillebérc, and the first scooter camp in Miskolc, got a shared first place. Those were the two best moments of my life.
I’d say a 540 flair.
I like to ride the most, then to film, then to compete.
My goal is to have my own signature District deck. If that happens, I will have reached all my goals in scootering. After that I can get into making my own brand, and producing my own gear.
MTB, tennis, but basically every sport except for football. Besides sports I enjoy films. (both shooting and editing)
Talent is not that important, the most important thing is being persistent. Always have smaller goals, that you’re fighting for. And ride only for yourself, for joy, never for sponsorship.
In the fall of 2016, I joined MaddGear’s European Flow, and Rollers.hu’s Team. I owe so much to my sponsors, who have been supporting me in everything, over the years. I could not wish for a better team.
I started riding in 2013, with an MGP VX2 Team scooter.
I saw a few of my friends riding scooters, doing tricks, and that was enough to get me interested. Then watching a lot of scooter videos made me really get into it.
The parks in Linz, Zugló, and Biatorbágy are my favourites.
I’m really into doing tailwhip and barspin combos, also different scooter flip tricks. My favourite tricks are triple barspin, and whip buttercup.
Dylan Morrison’s Apex Pro Scooters Web Edit.
I don’t particularly have a favourite song, but I’m into artists Travis Scott, Roddy Rich and Post Malone.
I don’t listen to music while riding.
My first scootering idol was Dlyan Morrison.
Dylan Morrison has been my idol for years, and he still is one of my favourites. Besides him I like Angus Hughess, Cody Flom and Jared Colwell. They are all park riders, and I also define myself as one. From street riders, I really like Jonathan Perroni.
My favourite scooter memory is the 2018 ISA Qualification in Linz, where I got to meet my teammates and competed with the world’s best riders.
My hardest tricks are: quad barspin, whip rewind rewind triple whip.
I’m more into just simply riding, but shooting videos is also a great vibe.
My goal is to know as many tricks as possible, and also to perfect the ones I already know. Apart from those I want to visit the best skateparks and just shred, like Corby or Adrenaline Alley.
Yeah, I spend a lot of time with my friends, I edit videos and go to the gym.
For beginners my message would be that you need to be persistent, you need to practice a lot, and that professional scooter videos can motivate you real good.
I started in 2008, my first extreme scooter arrived on the last day of school, it was a French ID Muffin, that’s when it started.
I really liked the freedom the sport gives you, and that everything depends on my decisions, I get to decide when, and how much I want to practice. The whole thing is just free!
Generally I love riding anywhere, but I ride my best when it comes to flat and tilted surfaces.
The park in Szentendre, also I loved Deák square back in the day.
Fakie combos, fingerwhip, briflip, full cab to barspin.
Ethic DTC EAST U.S Trip, Dan Barrett’s 2012 Web Edit
I basically can’t ride without music, I always need something to listen to. I usually prefer more energetic songs, regardless of genre, from cloud rap to heavy metal, anything goes, that I can connect with.
My first idols were the members of the DSB crew: Balázs Sidó, Martin Kapcsándi and Lajos Markovits. I started riding with them, they were the ones that infected me with this whole lifestyle, which 12 years later is still going on.
Tommy Christiana, Jonathan Perroni, JD, Coedie Donovan.
Definitely the Exbox competition, after which I got a sponsorship, I’ll never forget that!
The trick I’m most proud of is the flat double fingerwhip, also the many “mo-first” flat combos.
For me, there’s no favourite one; competitions make the sport exciting, making videos really makes you do your best, and of course shredding with the boys at the and of the day really makes the whole thing complete!
My goal is to have fun, maybe that’s why I still love stepping on the deck and even crash, if I have to, because when I ride, that’s an incredible feeling. Also, supporting the new generation is also important for me, I’m always happy to help younger riders.
My message for them is to travel, and dare to choose the roads untravelled. This will help them to find their own unique style. And don’t care about the haters, be brave enough to ask for help when needed, and most importantly enjoy what you’re doing, because at the end of the day, that’s what it’s all about!
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Mainly Rollers.hu and my family and friends.
I started in 2010.
I’m trying to mix the two together.
The Factory Arena.
Nose manual, and other, more technical tricks.
I always listen to music when I ride. Mostly 90s rap, trap and anything with a good beat: I can fully close out the world.
My first idols were Codie Donovan and Hayden O’Connor.
Nowadays it’s Jake Sorensen!
In 2017 I got the 6th place on the ISA AM. Maybe that.
All three has good things, but I just enjoy riding with others, and going to competitions for myself.
Just to travel a lot and just laugh.
No, not really, riding and my job take all my time already.
Start from the ground up, be persistent, and try to develop your own unique style!
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Madd Gear, Rollers.hu, Factory Arena
I started in 2010.
First I started skateboarding, have done that for 2 years, then all my friends kind of stopped riding, so I switched to BMX, which didn’t really do it for me (it was too big to ride). Then one day I went to the park on a scooter and I really liked it, it was easy to handle, so I fell in love with it immediately.
I ride both park and street, I try to do my best in both worlds.
The 040 BMX Park in Eindhoven.
Footjam combos, flair.
MGP Australia | The Road to Jamo Jam 4
There were many, some of them are Terry Price, Jackson Bartlett, Ryan Williams.
Dylan Morrison, Ryan Williams, Richard Zelinka.
Every scooter camp and foreign competition ever, everything had something good to it.
There’s nothing better than a great session with the boys.
To travel, to visit as many parks as possible, and I want the world to recognise extreme scootering, just as BMX biking.
My message would be never give up, and be dedicated, anything is possible.
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My friend had a foldable scooter and one time we started jumping on a trampoline with it. Then I was looking at scooters online and from there I got into extreme scootering.
My favourite spot is a bus stop in Baja, my favourite park is the one in Szeged.
Nose manual combos.
WHITETRASHWILLY Pol Roman 2mil19 Arnaud "Warneup" Marchenoir | 2015
I really like Tame Impala’s Currents, Lonerism and Innerspeaker albums.
I always do, I mostly listen to indie/lo.fi/psychedelic/alternative rock.
There are many of them, but my all time favourites are Shaun Williams and Kriss Kyle (bmx).
Those sessions when the bus stop in Baja is packed with people and bmx, scooter and skateboard riders all shred together.
My favourite is when I hooked in my bar to a street workout park element and did a "front flip"
I love making videos but only when I’m riding alone. When there’s no one else around, my goal is to put together a sick video. When I’m with friends, I focus more on riding, and just enjoying the moment, while my friends motivate me.
I am trying to do it for as long as I can. I’m planning on putting together 2 or 3 videos, with tricks I’m proud of, also I want to make a lot of clips for Insta.
I make videos.
Ride a lot, support each other, keep on doing your thing, watch and make videos. But don’t listen to me, listen to yourselves.
I represent rollers.hu’s team.
It was the summer of 2012, when I really started.
I met two guys at the local school, and the sport amazed me right away, despite not being that popular at the time. Then I got my first scooter.
Many put me in the park category, but I think of myself as more of a hybrid, because I combine “shredding” with grinds.
Sadly the old park at Deák was demolished, I’d definitely say that was my favourite one, but there’s a park in Szentendre, which really suits me, I’ve been riding there lately.
Spins, mainly the 360 whip.
Tommy Christiana – New York, Ralph McMoran - The Tilt Video
It really depends, but Pouya is my favourite.
This also really depends. There are times, when the soft melodies of Sade help me relax, but it’s mostly Underground rap / Hip-Hop.
Gyuszi Edvy, Bence Pipó are the ones I look u to, to this day.
It’s really hard to choose, but now it’s Tommy Christiana, Devin Heald and Monk.
Görzenál bound in 2015!
It’s always hard to answer that, it depends. However, I don’t really see anyone in Hungary, throwing backside board hard 360-s around, but me.
I like making videos with the usual crew the most.
To keep that smile on my face, that has been there from the beginning.
I make beats, I’m also into editing videos, and fashion plays a huge role in my life too. I’m an artistic soul, I like implementing my ideas.
Quality over quantity!