Moscow’s Kirill Galushko has turned heads and truly made a name for himself in recent years. He has been on the Razors team roster for a long time, received several signature wheels from Scribe, and made a remarked appearance in Ground Control‘s series of videos in Barcelona last year, before releasing yet another impeccable online edit for the frame company just a few months ago.
The future seems to be even more promising for the Russian up-and-comer, as he recently took several trips to film with master of the art Jonas Hansson, and collect footage for a full-length section in the latter’s upcoming SOTA movie. We caught up with Kirill as he was about to embark on a trip to Indonesia, and inspected his ride to see what keeps the young man rolling strong: take a look!
Describe your personal blade set up:
The latest Yuri model is too sick! I only replaced the cuff with a Genesys one, because I like its softer plastic.
What parts do you wear through the quickest:
Wheels. I love to shred fast and skate a lot so I usually have wheels in my bag.
What part do you break most often:
The only part I have ever broken were some GC F1 frames. It was a long time ago, I skated them until the groove had holes in it, and then it eventually broke when the hole went all the way through haha.
Which parts are you paranoid about breaking:
What spares/tools do you keep in your backpack:
Cuff bolts, second frames, bearings, wheels and allen key.
Where do your parts go once you are done with them?
Usually I share them with my friends and the young guns from my city.
Flat or Freestyle:
FLT III with antis and BIG flat setup.
Anything you plan to change on you current setup?
Currently it’s perfect! Have no idea what I could change.
Do you skate different setups for different terrain?
Yea, I love to cruise the city on the BIGs.
What was your very first skate setup?
Razors Genesys 3. I only ever skated Razors until now.
What was the best setup you’ve had to date?
Razors Alex Burston.
Could you describe your dream setup?
Any SL boot with Genesys cuff, GC frames and 64 mm wheels.