Filming: Mateusz Radziszewski, Adam Olejniczak & Eryk Pilch
Edit: Miazga Studio
Riding for @HedonSkate and @THEMskatespl he’s cleaned up in a number of contests over the last year (winner of the Polish Rolling League) and in the meantime has produced this wonderfully produced street skating section!
Film & Edit: Krystian Rangotis
Additional Shots: Mateusz Lewicki
Photo: Kuba Urbańczyk
Had a lot of fun shredding the streets in sweat city, Bangkok Thailand
My main goal was to skate real street spots with the flat setup frames to see how they handle…. I can now say they handle pretty damn well! 😉
Oysi – Chassis Logo T-Shirts – for sale at the Oysi online store
Turquoise Chassis Logo printed on Super Comfy Bella+Canvas 3001 – 52/48 Cotton/Poly Blend and 100% Cotton shirts.
100% No Sweatshops & Eco-Friendly
This updated unisex essential fits like a well-loved favorite, featuring a crew neck, short sleeves and designed with superior Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton that acts as the best blank canvas for printing. Offered in a variety of solid and heather cvc colors.
Oysi Radial Ball Bearings – for sale at the Oysi online store
Hazen received a pair of Oysi Chassis after securing third place during the 2017 Mile High Battle in Denver Colorado. For the last year he’s been enjoying the chassis and putting in some good work. This year he received a well earned first place at Mile High Battle 2018.
Displaying a well established combination of technical skill and seemingly delicate brute force he’s produced some excellent sections as part of Geoff Phillip’s Secret Project and SLCVDX, Alex Bass’s Banditos and Pass the Salt, Manual Rodriguez’s This is Livin’, and Erik Bill’s Snake River Special III.
( We also have a great memory of him from many many many years ago, circa 2005, launching a disaster shuffle to kind grind from a small kicker to a huge dock rail during the Mile High Battle. )
We’re extremely excited to share his recently finished section with everyone.
Filmed in Salt Lake City Area by Tad Treagle with support from Nic Swan and Geoff Phillip on Panasonic VX.
Collaboration t-shirt and Jacket for blader youth culture and special situations.
Support Caminos Project here at Bladergang.com
The Oysi Inline Skating Chassis Requires use of standard M6-1.0 ISO 7380-2 Class 10.9 metric fasteners – (photo 1).
ISO 7380-2 fasteners feature an integrated low profile flange which properly distributes forces through the Universal Frame System (UFS) mounting area of the chassis and its contours.
Additionally these fasteners provide necessary clearance for the middle wheels.
Eight of these fasteners are included in the hardware pack with every complete set to accommodate various boots.
The correct fastener will sit easily within the UFS mount. The flange will fit flush with the surrounding surface – (photo 2 & 3).
Sets of bare frames do not include these UFS fasteners and must be purchased separately to properly mount your #OysiChassis