To fly, float and soar… that’s the best feeling ever! She needs no introduction, but we're doing it anyway!
Meet Irene Ching, most likely the top female quad skater our generation will see. Irene has been hitting parks for over 30 years and still shreds to this day. Read on to find out what drives this incredible woman to keep skating to this day, and if you're based in New York you could be lucky enough to join her for a session!
Kenny Means was a skater known for big airs and plants. In the '70s and '80s, Kenny was often invited to demonstrate at events and skated alongside some of the top names in the quad and skateboarding industry. Even though he's hung up his skates, Kenny is still passionate about the sport and loves seeing it grow. We caught up with Kenny to find out a bit about his epic past.
Duke Rennie is one of the originators of vertical roller skating, what we like to call a 'Veteran of Vert,' also known as the 'Dying Breed.' He has inspired a whole generation of new riders from his past and present skating. We've asked him some questions about his adventures with aggressive roller skating.