Tag: Dennis Ludwig

Dennis Ludwig is a busy man and this video can be seen as a diary of a certain time in his life behind the camera and therefore behind the scenes.

Watch Jelle Maatman, Jeremy Reinhard, Jost Arens, Domi Maul, Dani Lébron, Markus Blessing, Yannick Schall, Reece Knobloch, Alex Elfving, Patrick Rogalski, Vladik Scholz & Gustavo Dos Anjos in Titus Skateboards latest video called “GUESS WHAT!?”.

A lot has been said about Patrick Bös over the years & even decades – save thing to say is that not a lot of people have skated as much as Patrick has. He won’t give up or retire because he purely loves skateboarding. He also doesn’t stop progressing while still looking enormously fit, so we better get ready for at least another decade. That’s not a threat, but more of a very inspirational way of living and keeping yourself from aging. Can’t wait to see the next one!

A film by Dennis Ludwig.

During the second edition of SKTWK we had the honor of hosting a very special contest as part of the whole event. Now you might want to know what kind of games we chose to play and the answer is BINGO! a geriatric favorite must likely currently being played in a nursing home near you!

There where multiple prizes, things like a professional full body massage, trinkets but the most valuable prize was by far the honor to shoot a Place Magazine – Snapshot Recap! That prize and in turn duty fell on the shoulders of Simon Klinkertz.

Simon turned out to have a capable eye and some strong shoulders that allowed him to get the job done in style! So, here it is our very special SKTWK Recap.

Simon would like you to know:

A very big thank you to SKTWK, Place Magazine and all the people that attended the event in Düsseldorf.

You have got to respect Patrick Bös’s work ethic, being a teacher and a somewhat older skater with more responsibility and way less time than your average skater.

Patrick is showing by doing and his message is that you can keep skating at a high level as long as you want to if you manage to play your cards right.

Sometimes those who can teach!

Starting something completely on your own, at one point in your life, is a natural step for someone motivated and creative. Fatos Veseli is not a new guy to the German skateboarding scene and definitely one of the most shining characters from the city of Cologne. The city with the Dom is quite sexy, we have to admit; definitely not because of the architecture (the city got bombed to a high percentage during WW2) but more of its people. If you have ever been to Cologne you know what we are talking about, it is almost like you can touch the harmony that is in the air.

Fatos is using Sleep-Over as his very own creative outlet and all of his friends are down with that and support his vision, that’s something you can clearly see in this first ever brand video featuring guys like Kalle Wiehn, Kevin Vietzke, Norman Wirtz, Daniel Giesecke and quite a lot of more new faces. The girls you see on the video are all good friends of the guys above, big Thank you to Anke, Charly, Mareike, Maureen, Meagan and Sophie.

A film by Gabriel Dimmig.


The Sleep-Over X Robotron Skateboards collaboration is now available HERE.



One time ÉS Game of skate winner and legendary Cologne skater Patrick Bös just hit the internet with his newest part and truth be told it features some of his best footage to date (that last line was particularly great).

We also feel that respect must be given to the fact that Herr Bös still manages to put out good parts at a somewhat later skate age combined with a serious job as a teacher.
At the same time, we like the fact that he is an outspoken person that has been around the block and has seen trends come and go.

We suggest you give his part a watch and then read his blog

Robotron has had a great year! They turned ten, multiple team riders have put out parts this year and Carsten “Barney” Beneker has been ripping extra hard since he hit that three-oh, so the bot chose to tour around Bella Italia this year.

Unfortunately not everybody could come but that left some extra room for some people that we don’t see skate that often. And with some people, we mean Julian Ruhe that sly guy truly sprinkled some style onto the pizza di-robo. Don’t waste any more time and click play.

Also featuring: Niklas Speer von Cappeln, Fatos Veseli, Kalle Wiehn, Jan Hoffmann & Dennis Behrens.

Film/Edit: Dennis Ludwig
Intro: Philipp Jadke
Music: Viola Valentino – Comprami

Es ist nun wirklich keine leichte Aufgabe einen vollständigen Part fertig zu stellen, und wenn es dazu kommt dann ist das Resultat selten so geschmeidig wie bei Norman Wirtz, dessen Gedanken spürbar bei der Sache waren. Die Manual Skills erlernt man wohl am Kap 686 in Köln – Sehr schönes Ding, Norman!

Das internationale Team von Reell Jeans hat sich nach Katalonien und dessen Hauptstadt Barcelona aufgemacht. Neben bekannten Spots wurde ebenso neues Terrain erobert und mit diversen Tricks bearbeitet. Die Teamfahrer kommen bunt gemischt aus den verschiedensten Ländern und beim Betrachten des Clips versteht man mal wieder, warum Skateboarding eine eigene Sprache spricht. Wie bereits in den letzten zehn Jahren zuvor, stellte der Trip die Jahresabschlusstour dar und in diesem Sinne wurden die Spots auseinander genommen und in folgendem Video wieder zusammengefügt.

Video: Dennis Ludwig
Fotos: Robert Christ

Text: Tomasz Milcarek

Cristian Sanchez (ES)
Robin Fischer (CH)
Julian Lorenzo (ES)
Samuel Beyer (GER)
Keith Walsh (IRL)
Martin Schiffl (GER)
Henrique Goncalves (CH)
Jakob Dohse (GER)
Mirco Sieber (CH)
Tomek Milaszewski (GER)

Im Dezember ist es kalt, es weht ein rauher Wind, manchmal kommen kalte Regentropfen runter, manchmal Schnee und manchmal hat man auch das verdammte Glück und landet für ein paar Tage in der Sonne. Gesagt, getan und es gehört schon zur Reell Tradition am Ende eines jeden Jahres nochmal eine ordentliche Tour in die Region um Barcelona, nach Katalonien zu starten.

Christian Sanchez, FS 5-0

Samuel Beyer, fakie Nosegrind 270 out

Mit einem guten 13 Mann starken Team machen die Sessions verdammt viel Laune! Umso mehr, wenn alle motiviert sind und so wurden innerhalb von fünf Tagen vier Städte in der näheren Umgebeung von Barcelona besucht.

Henrique Concalves, 360 Flip

Keith Walsh, Nollie 270 Heelflip

Insgesamt ergab sich eine gut kombinierte Truppe von höchst motivierten Skateboardern aus vier Ländern unseres Kontinents. Da ist es klar gewesen, dass wir in Barcelona unser Lager aufschlugen – allein unseren spanischen Teamridern zuliebe. Allerdings hieß die diesjährige Mission: Katalonien.

Keith Walsh, FS Lipslide

Städte wie Sant Boi oder Montgat wurden angesteuert. Auch entschied sich das Team, nicht unbedingt die Spots zu fahren, welche schon in jeglichen Magazinen und Clips durchgekaut wurden. Keine Frage, diese Spots sind heiß begehrt und gänzlich darauf verzichten wollte dann auch niemand. Allerdings gibt es um Barcelona herum viel zu erkunden. Wenn die Metropole aufblüht, profitiert die Provinz davon und es entstehen Spots, auch in den kleinsten Vororten – man muss nur wissen wohin… In diesem Sinne: bis zum nächsten Jahr!

Robin Fischer, FS 5-0

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Patrick Bös bringt uns den Sommer zurück – im Full Part für seinen langjährigen Sponsor DC Shoes ist der Kölner wie gewohnt technisch unterwegs und nimmt bei bestem Wetter Spots vom Ruhrpott bis nach Barcelona auseinander. Schöner Clip aus der Feder von Dennis Ludwig. Wie Patrick sagen würde: Perfekt für den ersten Cafe con Leche des Tages!