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On April 9th, Hyper Mike held a competition at the Pier 25 skate park in Manhattan. The turnout for this battle style/jam session competition was great. Skaters from all over the Tri-State and NYC came out to watch the one on one battles and session the park. Among these bladers were Franco Cammayo, Hector "Tato" Gonzalez and special guest Dominik Wagner who came out to experience the NYC skate scene in full effect. Enjoy this edit by Sam DeAngelis and stay tuned for more competitions from hypermikenyc.com all Spring/Summer long!
Over the past couple of years, the Tri-State Area (New York, New Jersey and Connecticut) has lost too many indoor skate parks to count. From Hackettstown in New Jersey to the infamous Academy Skate Park in Connecticut; we have lost too many indoor parks due to lack of funding and support. We have endorsed endless hours of blading and hard earned cash to spend late Sunday nights lacing tricks in local parks. Kids grow up in these facilities and inevitably they have to watch the place they were raised in get torn down to the ground. One of our last surviving indoor Skate Parks in the Tri-State Area is Shield's Skate Park in Flemington, NJ. Run by Mr. Shields himself, the park has gained a large community of rollerbladers from all over the Tri-State Area. Bladers assemble every Thursday night for a balls-to-the-wall session of stunts and filming/photography sessions. The park certainly favors rollerblading with a huge half pipe, tons of round coping, and creative transitions. Amazing skaters such as Franco Cammayo, Erick Rodriguez and Dave Lang (and so many more) have thrown down some of the most unbelievable lines I have ever seen.
New York City is sectioned into 5 boroughs; each borough is a group of closely knit neighborhoods which have their own group of skaters. This makes the tons of skaters in NYC split up into different sections, which also makes it difficult to tell who's on the up-and-up of things.
The news of another New York City competition brought to me emotions of pride and joy since the competition scene in NYC has been far too few and far between. But when I found out that this year's 1st installment of the "Last Man Standing" series was going to take place in Staten Island ...
Nice edit featuring some of NYC's finest like Rafael Herrera and Ramelle Knight skating Pier 62.
It's great to see what the guys from IRollNY are doing for their local scene! Check out the footage of the "Lets Roll NY session four" that went down on April 24th. This edit includes Billy O’Neill, Justin Brasco, Arismendy Canela, Sal Zaso, Hector Rodriguez and many more. Filmed and edited by Joshua Martinez. Props from the whole Be-Mag team.