Leon and Stuart's first session on Canadian-made Wizard NR90 Frames, using Wizard Boot Basic's. Filmed in North Vancouver, BC, Canada in the fall of 2021.

November 04, 2021

Showcasing three sizes of Wizard Progressive Rocker (PR) frames. Featuring Todd (PR76), Joey (PR80), and Leon (PR100). Filmed in Kamloops, BC in the fall of 2020.

October 17, 2020

Featuring Leon Basin on the Wizard Boot Basic with PR frames. Filmed by Mike Torres in California during the fall of 2019.

December 07, 2019

Leon and Mike take a break from filming street to spend an afternoon in the skatepark exploring new ideas, and refining old ones. Filmed in Hamilton, ON, Canada in the fall of 2019.

February 28, 2019

Featuring Leon Basin and Mike Torres. Filmed in Rochester, Toronto, and NYC during the fall of 2018.

February 01, 2019

Mike and Leon team up one more time to find their version of peace within the chaos of New York City. Filmed during August of 2017.

March 26, 2018

Exploring the possibilities of a longer wheel base in search of new movements. Featuring Colin Brattey, Joey McGarry, and Leon Basin. Filmed around the west coast of Canada during the spring of 2017.

July 09, 2017

Louis Packham and Dean Bradley got together in Zürich, Switzerland to play around with different Wizard frames (NR100, NR110, and PR90). Filmed over the Easter break of 2018.

January 24, 2017

In October of 2015, Leon Basin and Mike Torres teamed up in New York City for a month of cruising the streets, and exploring new ideas on the Wizard Frame setup.

November 30, 2016

Five local Canadian rollerbladers travel through the Interior and Okanagan of British Columbia to discover primitive inline movements. Filmed in June 2015

November 24, 2016

The final episode of the Skate Moves series, following the development of the Wizard Skating style. Featuring Colin Brattey and Leon Basin. Filmed in Vancouver, Canada during the summer of 2016

July 23, 2016

When Tim Adams, Grant Hazelton, and Mike Torres got the word that they were invited to pledge week for Leon Basin's new Vancouver based rollerblading cult, they hopped on the first flights out to the west coast and submitted themselves to one gruelling week of Going Weird.

July 22, 2015