Tag: Ruben Lücke

This is a big thing for the Vans German team and with a person like Max Pack at the helm, you know you are going to get some good shit. But what about the behind-the-scenes? Leon Moss did a lot of the heavy lifting in Berlin. So we turned to some of the riders and asked them to turn on their friends, unfortunately, most of them remained cordial 🙁

Leon Moss tells all about his friends

About Roland Hirsch

Hirschi has been on Hitachi-airlines since the first fusion festival in 1997. Frequent flyer miles because he keeps blasting airs!

About Julian Ruhe

Julian Ruhe’s allergy-collection is bigger than his bag of tricks.

About Kalle Wiehn

Kalle Salzburg is so German that he named his dog after a German potato dish.

Roland asking about Roland (Hirsch)

You had some surprising tricks in this video, did your move from Emerica to Vans open up your bag of tricks?

The Switch Frontside 360 I had done before years ago. I did one Marocco over a hubba, and it just fit. but yeah, I don’t do that trick that often, I keep forgetting about it (laughs).

The Pole-Jam Pressure Flip was another surprising one!

That one just just happened. I sort of flipped like that on some of the shove it tries. I did a shitty Pole-Jam Shove-It and ended up going back for a better one. I landed the shove one fast, and figured out that if I put my foot in the pressure flip position before I pole jam that I could flip it. Once I figured that out I rode away a few tries later.

You went on a trip with Vans to Hamburg, who surprised you the most on that trip?

Schianta (Daniel Lepori)! He is so quiet, so nice but all of a sudden he will just bust out something crazy!

What about Max Pack, how is he as a TM?

Max Pack, is the best TM and a good soul!

Kalle Wiehn Versus?

Max Pack vs Leon Moss?

Similarities are more easy to find that the differences, they both inject beer into the session and make it fun.

Who is your favorite team mate?

Julian Ruhe or Joscha “Bonez” Aicher but I don’t see him as often especially since he moved to Barca! To be honest Julian really needs a raise in pay, he has been ripping so hard lately (laughs)!

Julian Ruhe about Leon Moss

Leon is always motivated to get a clip and won’t ever give you the feeling that you’re taking too long to get the trick!
He also has a very strong opinion on which trick could look cool on which spot, and he isn’t shy, he will give you that extra creative input as well!
He seems to know exactly what trick each skater could or should do at the spot, he definitely has a vision.
Thank You, Coach!

Maxi Schaible about his brother Niklas Schaible.

I don’t know what to say except that when we are together people say: “Oh I didn’t know he was your brother” (laughs)!

Joscha Aicher about Max Pack.

Max Pack a.k.a. Max Zapf is one of my best homies. We traveled and skated many spots in many different countries. I would like to say that we pushed each other to become better. The difference being, he focussed on filming and I focussed on skating! It is great that we both ended up over at Vans. Even though we only really see each other on tour, we still talk just about every day and our friendship remains a deep one. I am really happy about all that he accomplished and support him to the fullest, I know he poured his heart into it! The only thing he has to learn is how to drink for real!

“Er hat noch nie richtig GEZAPFT!”

Joscha Aicher about Max’s drinking skills.

Leon Moss is leaving Dusseldorf, packing his shit and is moving to Vienna next year so consider this his D-Dorf goodbye. Let us hope he keeps his productivity all the way up!

Featuring:

Kevin Vietzke, Nils Vossen, Simon Weißer, Ruben Lücke, Jonas Bakar, Benni Levesque, Danny Stephen, Georg Anders, Marcel Zylka, Stefan Granitzer, Marc Kov, Julian Ruhe, Pasquale Grispo, Florian Nass & Lukas Rosen.

A new summer mix video by Leon Moss. NRW is coming in hot these days.

Our friend and sometimes contributor Leon Moss is putting out a lot of content lately! From Sascha’s recent part to Bender and now this it is all good hard work put together well. So press play and see what is going on in D-Dorf.

Featuring:

Julian Mack, Pasquale Grispo, Jon Holzhauer, Felix Förster, Simon Weißer, Patrick Paulenz, Florian Nass, Leon Moss, Burny Newmann, Matthias Pichl, Juri Löchte, Lea Lang, Ruben Lücke & Philipp Graf.

Wednesday we premiered part one of Leon Moss’ “BENDER” video, today we close the show by giving you part 2.
Press play, there is really not much more to say, the skating does the talking and part 2 starts with a loud shout!

Leon would like to thank all involved and we would like to thank him in return for the collaborative efforts.

About 2 months ago we got a DM it was from a guy we know called @kuyt3000. We had met him in Düsseldorf during skate week but had previous knowledge of him through our doings with the Europe Co. his message read as follows:

Hey, my friend Leon just told me in the train that he would really like it if you would host his video after the premiere.  And since he is asking I thought I would ask you guys because the connect is there YO!

Needless to say, I asked if he could put me in touch with Leon and we would take it from there. The rest was easy, the video was sent, watched by us and we uploaded the video files. We then asked Leon what he wanted people to know about the video and he sent us in response:

I moved to Düsseldorf in December of 2017, this footage was filmed in the 12 months after my move. I filmed in the gist of the video in Düsseldorf & Aachen but we also went to Cologne and the rest of the Ruhr valley :-).

we guess he is right the rest is just a formality. Press play and enjoy the video!

 

 

Roberto Cuellar und seine Gang sind unstoppable – schon wieder eine neue Skulptur samt schicken Video. Diesmal mit von der Partie sind: Kai Hillebrand, Aladin Cabart, Marcel Kühnemund und Ruben Lücke. Hinter Kamera stand Simon Liersam, der gleichzeitig auch für den Schnitt verantwortlich ist!

Roberto Cuellar sorgt mit seinen eindrucksvollen Skulpturen schon seit einiger Zeit für Aufsehen. Seine letzte Projektarbeit “Gnade” stand in Wuppertal – klar, dass die Homies Aladin Cabart und Ruben Lücke es sich nicht nehmen ließen für ein paar Tricks vorbeizuschauen…

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