Junior Team

The prodigies of the future. The youngsters of Rollers.hu. The up and coming talents of the country. The kids, that grab the bar before a keyboard. No matter what we call them, these young guys can ride for real. Despite being still at the beginning of their scootering career, they never cease to amaze even more experienced riders. All we are saying is: you better watch out for them! Under 18 only!

Zoltán Veres

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Veres Zoltán (@veres.zoltan1) által megosztott bejegyzés,

Who are your sponsors & supporters?

I’m sponsored by Rollers.hu alone.

When did you start riding?

I’ve been riding for about 4-5 years.

Why did you start?

I saw riders at the park nearby and I really liked it. I made friends with them, then I bought a scooter too, and started getting into it. Nowadays I couldn’t imagine my life without it.

What’ your riding style? (park / street / …)

Usually I ride park, but I ride anywhere if there’s good company.

Favourite spot / park?

I’d say my favourite parks are Factory Arena and Ramphouse.

Favourite trick?

I don’t really have a favourite trick, I like tailwhip combos the most.

Favourite video?

Dylan Morrison – Web edit II

Favourite music?

m.A.A.d city

Do you listen to music while you’re riding? If so, what genre?

It depends, but I mostly don’t. But when I do, it’s always something hype, usually trap, and always foreign music.

Who was your first scootering idol you looked up to?

My first ‘idols’ were probably Ryan Williams and Bence Pipó.

Who are your favourite riders now?

I have a lot, foreign and Hungarian riders too, but the ones I’d highlight are Dylan Morrison, Angus Hughes, Jared Colwell, Bartek Oskroba, and Dane Forbes.

What’s your best scooter related memory?

My best scooter related memory is the first competition I took part in (the last Zugló Jam), but this sport gave me many unforgettable memories.

What’s the best / hardest trick you ever landed?

The hardest trick would be the finger donoflip, or a buttercup barspin, also the 720 barspin.

What do you like to do most: competing, filmin, or just simply riding?

I love everything about scootering. Every part has its own vibe: filming is about making something big, that people talk about; competing is about riders getting together and showing that you have a place there, and you can come up with cool sets. Riding around is about switching off and not dealing with anything else but the next trick; this feeling can not be described to a person that has never rode before.

What’s your goal in scootering?

I want to get into the top 40 of the ISA World Final.

Do you have any hobbies besides riding?

I don’t really have any hobbies besides riding.

What’s your message to beginner / upcoming riders?

My message is, that never ride for anyone, or for a sponsorship. Look for happiness and fun in riding, and pursue something that has never been seen before and never stop riding, because if you do, you’re going to regret it.

 

Zsolt Demeter

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Zsolt Demeter (@zsoltdemeter_) által megosztott bejegyzés,

Who are your sponsors & supporters?

Rollers.hu

When did you start riding?

About 3 or 4 years ago.

Why did you start?

I live next to a skatepark, and I saw people riding there, also I watched some videos on YouTube.

What’ your riding style? (park / street / …)

I mostly ride park.

Favourite spot / park?

I don’t have a favourite one.

Favourite trick?

Barspin to double tailwhip.

Favourite video?

Dylan Morrison’s web edit 2, or his Bose headphones promo video.

Favourite music?

I don’t have a favourite one.

Do you listen to music while you’re riding? If so, what genre?

I don’t really listen to music while riding.

Who was your first scootering idol you looked up to?

Dylan Morrison was my first idol and has been ever since. I really like tall jumps, he kind of does the same.

Who are your favourite riders now?

Dlyan Morrison.

What’s your best scooter related memory?

My best memory is Ride Day ’18.

What’s the best / hardest trick you ever landed?

The hardest one probably was the barspin to double tailwhip.

What do you like to do most: competing, filmin, or just simply riding?

I really like to just ride, but I also like competitions. It’s a good vibe.

What’s your goal in scootering?

My goal is to become a pro rider.

Do you have any hobbies besides riding?

Not really, just riding!

What’s your message to beginner / upcoming riders?

To be persistent, watch a lot of scooter videos, and always look for inspiration. Also post a lot of clips!