4 AM… Saturday morning… I woke up and drove to Rochester, NY. I took the trip to meet up with videographer Jason Staine and the Tri-State Skate Team. After a five and a a half hour drive we made it to Roc City, got our skate pants on and headed to the streets.
Story and images by Sam DeAngelis
Edit by Jason Staine
Rochester local Grant Hazelton showed us some familiar spots around town and we shredded the day away. After a couple of hours we head back to Rochester Action Sports Park to skate a demo for the Grand Opening. R.A.S.P. showed Tri-State Skate tons of love and support as the attendance in the park grew throughout the night. Throughout the night I had the opportunity to snap a couple of great shots of the team riders and Tri-State Skate supporters ripping the new park.
After the demo, the team headed back to Steve Brunning’s famous abode and the infamous “Stoop” to re-cap the day’s events. A great team, some amazing skating, and the Roc City support made it up for a great weekend in Upstate New York. Tri-State Skate Shop owner, Greg Kieffer, has done it again as he managed piece together a perfect tour weekend.
The whole Tri-State Skate team laced the entire weekend for another great edit produced by Rolling Film Media owner Jason Staine.
nnsadam Tri-State Skate Team includes Greg Kieffer (Owner), Ryan Many, Bobby Reichel, Sean Agoliati, Jesus Medina, Jim Koenig, Tim Franken, Pat Bernet, Jason Staine (Videographer/Editor) and Sam DeAngelis (Photographer/Additional Footage)
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