Jump Street Podcast
Summary: Jump Street is a skating podcast about rollerblading and rollerbladers talking about their history and what is going on now in the inline/ aggressive blading world.
Tim has been holding down coast to coast now for years and he sat down to talk to us about how the timing was right for his pro skate from Gawds, setting up the course for Blading Cup over the years, how competing in contests makes him feel, and more.
Josiah has been at the top of the skate game since he was in single digits and still rips to this day. We talk about how Skate Barn shaped inspired his skating, getting a pro skate from Remz, pushing through injuries, and more.
Michael is an Austrian skater who recently took first at the Spring Cup. We talk about the best ways to learn certain tricks, his awesome experience winning the Spring Cup, what it means to be a rookie at something, and more.
We go one on one with SK to talk about how skating is life, what "hammers" are to him these days, dominating skate videos and filming with his brother Colin, and much more.
Rob is a Youtube musician/ skater who has been sharing his passion for skating with his millions of followers. We talk about collaborating with high-profile skateboarders, the correlation between skating and music, teaching skating, and more.
Fallon has made a name for herself in the skate scene with her big street tricks and winning almost every female contest around. We talk about Tyler Shields convincing her dad to enter her in contests, skating the Staples Center ledge for Daily Bread, competing against guys in contests, and more.
Jose Disla is an NYC legend! We talk about keeping active in the skate scene as an OG, helping create innovations with Salomon Skates, filming for "Its All Good", and more.
Louie Zamora is an icon and skating legend. We talk about filming VG14 with Dave Paine, starting Deshi Skates, how the community has supported him coming back to the sport after a low point in his life, and much more.
Demetrios made the comeback of the year in 2021! We talk about his healthy lifestyle so he can still skate, his style of skating versus the newer style, his unforgettable "splinter foot" from FOR III, and more.
Dan shocked the skate world when his clips from Nigeria started circling around the internet a few years back. We talk about how he founded skating in Nigeria, the reality of blading in the streets of Lagos, what keeps him motivated while others have stopped skating, and more.
Phillip is holding it down in the Charlotte skate scene and we talk about starting a DIY boot company, how to encourage kids to learn to skate, positive things he leveraged his skate park to do for his community, and more.
Rawlinson was a pioneer of skating with a personality to back it up. We talk about being on the Hoax tours, how important your persona was back in the day, what impact skating has had on his current life, and more!
Dominic is known to be one of the most stylish skaters of all time. We talk about him trying to be like Josh Petty, what he thinks the most important aspect of skating is, injuries that prevent him from skating these days, and more.
JimmyTheGiant is a YouTuber/ Parkour Athlete who came onto the skate scene recently with a lot of his popular videos about rollerblading. We talk about similarities between skating and parkour, things he learned coming into the sport, what goes into making a successful youtube video, and more.
Kevon "Biz" Thompson is best known for his weekly news show TWIB and we talk about the growth of his youtube channel, incorporating his personality into his videos, how people relate to their favorite skaters, and more.