The “Rollerman” – Jean-Yves Blondeau – Inventor Of the 32-wheel Roller Suit!

rollerman in actionThe “Rollerman”

Jean-Yves Blondeau – known as “Rollerman” is inventor of the 32-wheel roller suit. “Rollerman” is a French designer and a stuntman that is adrenaline addict. He create the suit as part of his graduation project at the industrial design school Olivier de Serres in Paris. The 32-wheel roller suit has rollers on most of the major joints, the torso, and the back, which allows him to travel in many different positions.

Blondeau can ride in a different positions like, upright, prone, supine, on all fours, etc., at speeds of up to 70 mph (112 km/h) in downhill. He can steer around corners and control the speed.

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This wheel suit (buggy rollin) can be used on any surface suitable for roller skates.

Rollerman has been shown up in several film productions, in the Stan Lee’s Superhumans show, several commercials, and the Jim Carrey film Yes Man, and he trained Jackie Chan to use a roller suit in the film – Chinese Zodiac.

Check out the Rollerman in action!

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