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Richard Humphrey of San Francisco
Roller Dance Video Producer
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San Francisco roller dance performer and instructor Richard Humphrey has been involved
in roller skating for more than 20 years.
He first became interested in the sport
in 1978 when he was part of a pilot television
program by Saul Zants Products called "Dancing Wheels".
Later that year he formed a professional roller
dance group called "Golden Rollers".
He has performed with the San Francisco Ballet,
opened for Phyllis Diller's comedy show,
performed on television several times, and
choreographed a roller dance routine for
Olympic ice figure Kristi Yamaguchi.
In 1995 he opened his own rollerdance
studio in San Francisco and started developing
exercise products for skaters, including
a product called the
In 1996 he produced his first rollerdance video,
the first in a line of unique and very popular
video tapes for beginning and advanced roller dancers.
This was the start of an entirely new career.
In 2006 Richard Humphrey became the product spokesperson
for Quadline skates, an outdoor roller skate with
wide trucks and extra large wheels.
In addition to teaching and producing rollerdance
videos Richard presents "Learn to Rollerdance"
workshops in cities across the United States.
Videos by Richard Humphrey
Photos of Richard Humphrey
Richard Teaching Kathie Fry to Dance
Richard Endorsing Akagi Golf Wedges
All Skaters by Country
Roller Dancing and Skate Jam
Artistic Roller Skating
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