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Intro


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Intro


Videos

rollerBANGER presents first of many

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Apparel

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About


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About


roller BANGER

rollerBANGER was an answer to a common question in a city that was ran by bloods and crips.  “We don’t gang bang, we roller BANG!”.  Mike Obedoza and Chuck Cauton, raised in Carson, California, present to you their inline skating lifestyle that kept them away from jail, meth, or getting shot.  rollerBANGER was made by artists for artists with roots founded in Blading.

All Artwork Was Created on a Bic Pen By

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The principal goal of education in the schools should be creating men and women who are capable of doing new things, not simply repeating what other generations have done
— Jean Piaget

 

100% of every T-shirt goes back to funding the next generation of inline skaters.  Join the rollerBANGERs and help fund the Thrive Inline Skate Classes held every Thursday afternoon 4PM - 7PM at Veterans Skatepark in Carson, California.