73mm Speed vents in 80a for city speeding, Boosters 101a on a shortboard
Nick Name: Col Age: 22
Top 3 pizza toppings: Broccoli, spinach, olives Margarita or Rum n’ Coke: Margarita Favorite Superhero: N/A Brunette, Blonde, or Redhead: Brunette Sponsors: Seismic, Blue Sky Longboards, REY, GhostSkate, Polaroid, Shralpers Union
Favorite Skate Film: Evolve NYC, Bustin Real Favorite Skate Film: David Gonzales, Possessed to Skate or welcome to hell! Superpower: invincible Vehicle of choice: Skateboardddd
Best thing about NYC? You can skate every style and there are a bunch of people good at each one who are super enthusiastic to teach you. Traffic surfing skate parks (all diff type of parks!), regular park, hills everything! And you can get a soda on every corner.
How fast: out of shape bike messenger
Top 5 tracks on your playlist:
Massage Situtation – Flying Lotus
Machine Gun – Portishead
Mishaps Happen – Quantic
Sweet Lullabye – Deep Forest
Promise – Cocorosie
We sent Matt a set of Silverfish Exclusive Hot Spot wheels and he made this sick video!
Check it out!!
The SHS are a Special Edition of the 69mm 84A Hot Spot wheels. They are 69mm tall x 52mm wide. They have an offset bearing seat and a dual lip design. They are Poured in 84A Seismic Elixir™ freeride urethane.
The Hot Spot features a slightly squared lip that bevels inward at a small angle.
Check out Seismic rider – Matt Rosborg and the rest of our riders in our Youtube Channel. More videos to come!!
Check this out! Great gear review written in Australia on our 75mm Landslide Wheels:
“The responsiveness and consistent slide blew me away, I don’t know if I’ve been out of the freeride loop or just been riding race wheels for too long, but I was so impressed with the freeride ability of these wheels straight off the shelf.
The Landslide is a very similar sized wheel to the purple Durian, that I’ve always been a fan of but these have just a little wider contact patch. Hands down the wheels did seem to drift a little too much but I’m sure its just my technique. After a solid session behind the Hopshop, I started hitting the toe sides hard, feeling free to get it sideways knowing that it was always going to come back with no trouble. The result was my first pendy style standup toeside! Stoked on a new slide in the bag, I got Maga to start taking photos and the ripping continued. After I threw on some Durians for a straight up comparison, the result was shocking, the Durians needed more time to work in and definitely harder to… (Read more… Seismic Landslide Freeride Wheel Review)”