Platform Episode 76 - Cody Sanders of Jumbo
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by Platform - A Wheel Scene Podcast
1w ago
Cody Sanders, the man behind the lens for Jumbo, is the latest guest on Platform podcast. He talks about how it all started, the highs and lows of running one of the most popular video series in rollerblading, the dynamic within the group, his views on everything from Braingod to having children, and his plans for this year. In short, we covered A LOT of topics! If you would like to support this channel and watch more videos like this, join the Wheel Scene Patreon here - https://www.patreon.com/wheelscene Footwork T-shirts are available from the Wheel Scene shop - https://wheelscene.bigcartel ..read more
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Platform Episode 75 - Scott Quinn...again
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by Platform - A Wheel Scene Podcast
1w ago
It took almost a year, but I finally managed to get Scott Quinn back on to finish the episode of Platform podcast that was interrupted due to the internet elves wreaking havoc with our connection. It turns out time difference, family life and work commitments can make arranging a time when we're both free for a couple of hours very difficult. We picked up where we left off, talking about 8Set, last year's CPH Open and this year's event, how life has changed for him now that he lives in Denmark, his plans for the future and loads of other topics. f you would like to support this channel and wat ..read more
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Platform Episode 74 - Duran Bickmore from TNEC
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by Platform - A Wheel Scene Podcast
3w ago
TNEC owner, and co-owner of Beehive Skate Shop, Duran Bickmore discusses the new TNEC 58 skate, an entry level aggressive skate aimed at newcomers. The Salt Lake City resident discusses his plans for the skate, why he chose to go with a mould from the 1990s, why it is going one of if not THE lightest aggressive skate on the market, and some of the key features that he thinks will make a different to first-time buyers. In addition to talking about The New Everything Company, Duran talks his experience about running a skate shop alongside Nicholas Swan for the past few years, what he has learned ..read more
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Cody Lampman and Bobi Spassov Discuss Inferno
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by Platform - A Wheel Scene Podcast
1M ago
Cody Lampman and Bobi Spassov discuss their newly launched rollerblading brand Inferno ..read more
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Platform Episode 73 - Michael Kraft
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by Platform - A Wheel Scene Podcast
2M ago
Michael Kraft is one of my favourite skaters to watch over the past couple of years. His skating is full of surprises, combining of traditional street skating skills with a keen eye for an interesting spot, or a way of seeing something in a standard skate obstacle that most people would overlook. I was very excited about doing this episode, so much so that even when he cancelled on me the first time I kept annoying him until he finally came on the podcast! My persistence was rewarded with a couple of hours and change of chat with an interesting, funny and pleasantly weird individual. Enjoy! If ..read more
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Platform Episode 72 - Gabe Talamantes
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by Platform - A Wheel Scene Podcast
4M ago
I took a break from the podcast recently because I've been busy trying to finish off the latest Wheel Scene full-length video, but I'm back with a new episode and this time the guest is Gabe Talamantes. The Chicago native talks about his local scene, his recent section for Orange Wheel Company, reminisces on riding for Razors once upon a time, why he spent some time away from skating and his unrelenting passion for the sport. If you would like to support this channel, join the Wheel Scene Patreon here - www.patreon.com/wheelscene ..read more
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Platform Episode 68 - Mark Wojda
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by Platform - A Wheel Scene Podcast
11M ago
For the latest episode of Platform podcast, Kentucky's Mark Wojda reflects on his time as an up and coming skater during the early 2000s. He discusses his time riding for Salomon, Remz and USD, as well as Denial, Genre and Create Originals. Mark also talks about his popular sections in Genre is Dead and The One Video, as well as an incident that hospitalised him while filming for the latter. He also talks about life after pursuing the pro skater dream, moving to Connecticut, becoming a physio therapist and starting his own family. If you thought he skating has slowed down, you would be wrong ..read more
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Platform Episode 67 - Zack Savage
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by Platform - A Wheel Scene Podcast
1y ago
For the latest episode of Platform podcast we check in with Detroit's Zack Savage. He is fresh off the back of an unbelievably good performance at Bitter Cold Showdown 2023, he had his first pro wheel from Gawds not to long ago and he keeps popping up in a bunch of videos including Ghetto Community, One Trick A Day and the latest Carter Le Blanc piece Rain Check. Zack talks about why he moved from Detroit to Portland, how he got on Gawds, his experience of hanging out in New York City with the Ghetto Community crew, his highly praised performance at Bitter Cold Showdown 2023 and much more. Ne ..read more
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Platform Episode 66 - Kaya Turski
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by Platform - A Wheel Scene Podcast
1y ago
Most people know Kaya as the dominant Winter X Games freestyle champion, with eight gold medals and a bronze to her name, as winning the world championships for freestyle skiing. Before all that, she just so happened to be one of the best female street skaters of all time. If you require evidence, check out her section in the D Structure team video What is... and her exceptional section in the iconic Brandon Negrete video Road To Nowhere. Both sections are still strong by today's standards and prove how much she was pushing the envelope for female rollerblading. Kaya has proven herself to be o ..read more
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Platform Episode 65 - Scott Quinn (Part 1)
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by Platform - A Wheel Scene Podcast
1y ago
This episode of Platform podcast feels extra special because it features my favourite Scottish skater of all time, and someone I have spent a lot of time with over the years, Scott Quinn. He talks about being put on Razors through Chaz Sands, going to America for the first time, getting a pro skate and the pressure of filming a promo for it, living at Unit 23 Skatepark for various years and moving to Copenhagen and filming for both of David Sizemore's projects. He also discusses working in the industry, first as the team manager for Razors, then handling UK distribution for Sunshine Distributi ..read more
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