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New York City and it's surrounding areas have always been a breeding grounds for incredible rollerblading talent. It's arguable that it could be one of the best scenes in the world. In recent years as big name talent has left the area for greener pastures and different opportunities, a new breed of Tri State talent has been getting more shine. The first person that always immediately comes to my mind when I think of New York and blading these past three years is Sean Grossman. Between countless edits of himself and others, his online video 'Peep Game', and his upcoming video 'Big Apple Blade', Sean has single handedly put himself at the forefront of New York City rollerblading media. I have loved watching Sean's progression the past few years, and couldn't be prouder to present to you supreme connoisseur, Long Island resident, style buff, and my very good friend, Sean Grossman.
You can now watch another part of the Be-Mag production 'Traitement' online, featuring none other than Danish powerhouse Jacob Juul. Jacob annihilates every spot put in front of him, always eager to push himself to take his blading to new heights. Filmed and directed by Jonas Hansson, Jacob's part in the video gives you an understanding of the mindset of someone that can do anything he wants on a pair of skates.
Voodoo Show is the ONE video you want to put on your Christmas list. It’s out soon and no one would blame you for not waiting that long to pick up your copy.
I’ve been wanting to skate New York City for 16 years. Since the Brooklyn Banks were closed for construction, there was only one thing I was after: skitching anything that moved during rush hour.
On September 22nd bladers from around the globe will meet up in New York for the NYC Street Invitational. We checked in with organizer Billy O'Neill to find out what he's got in store for the second edition of the real street contest.
It is known, without question, that New York is one of the most celebrated and active scenes in rollerblading. It has produced a plethora of companies, talented skaters, and competitions that have left a major impact on the rollerblading community. Competitions, in particular, are the one catalyst that I believe really brings people out and draws the blade community closer together people come out to show what they've got and, at times, unconsciously, to support each other, which in turn, unifies the scene as a whole. Young guns and old timers, all age ranges, colors and creeds come out, all for the love of rollerblading. So when I heard that Trevor Johnson was putting together a new street competition in Queens, I was inclined to ask him a few questions and help spread the word. I sat down with Trevor to talk about the need for another street competition, how he got the idea, who he's working with, and more, all resulting in a testament to the fact that New York truly is one of the greatest scenes in the world.
Throughout the long Winter on the East Coast, the Tri-State area spends Thurday nights at Shields Skate Park in Flemington, NJ. Skaters from New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut drive out for the blade only session every week. Ever since Vinny Minton release the 2011 Pre Bittercold Showdown edit, I had been inspired to create a tribute to his creativity.
The Escape from New York Tour is an idea I came up with after spending a month and a half in California earlier this year. As I toured up and down the coastline I met some of the most amazing and memorable people I have ever encountered. I found myself submersed in deep conversation with industry legends such as Louis Zamora, Justin Eisinger, and Lonnie Gallegos. I can’t thank these guys enough for the insight they bestowed on me because without them I would have never manifested such a project.
'The Breakfast Club' is the newest video project out of the Netherlands, aka Holland, or for some people just Amsterdam! That is precisely where the maker of this project is from. We are speaking of Cavin Brinkmann, supported by his sidekick, the no less infamous dog Bobby! Cavin is the dude that you see dancing in those crazy Dutch edits. Do not get the wrong idea though, Cavin is a guy that puts all his energy into what he does. Living in Amsterdam has not made him a drug addict that would abandon skating for a high – skating and filming skating is his high!
Welcome to the 6th Annual Last Man Standing Street Competition brought to you by Victor Callender and Wheels In Motion. Victor started the contest series to bring more awareness to New York City's Rollerblading scene. This year the contest was held Uptown in a place locals have deemed "The Pit." With its variety of obstacles and acceptance from the parks department, "The Pit" created a perfect setting for the competition for a second year in a row.
Our friends Taylor Ritchie, Sylvain Chausee and Dave Ghent from Toronto, Canada took a short road trip across the border to shred Xtreme Wheels skate park in Buffalo, NY.
In January of 2013, Austin Paz, Justin Brasco, Adam Caroselli, Derek Carr, Joey Scannella, and Jorell Davis took a trip from New York City out west to skate and enjoy perfect weather.
When Jeff Dalnas, Demetrios George and Nick Lomax were in New York for NYC Street Invite 2012 they paid Pier 62 a visit. Craig Benabu of I ROLL NY was there to capture the action with his camera.
Alex Ryerson celebrated Thanksgiving with this edit. Check out some New York blading. Shot by Christian Delfino, Ryan Many, Joey Scanella and Sean Agoliati.
Adapt Brand sent us this quick edit of Mike Lily cruising the streets of New York on his fresh new Harmanus One blades now available in white.
On September 15th, 2012, Rollerbladers from all over New York City and New Jersey came together to show their support for Brian Scott Jr. A local rollerblader whose life was taken too soon on October 12, 2009. This is a small montage dedicated to Brian, with over forty rollerbladers honoring and skating in his memory. Edit by I Roll NY.
Rollerblade are now making their Fusion urban frames available to skaters worldwide. The frames can fit a maximum 84mm wheel size and are made out of aircraft aluminum for strength. Watch Lonnie Francisco capture David Sizemore slicing up the big apple.
Check out Demetrios George in this banger edit by Greg Kieffer. Guided by a phat hiphop track, Demetrios is killing it on the streets of New York City. Hit play and find out for yourself!
One Day NY just released a banger edit with Dominik Wagner shredding down the streets of New York. These clips are from all over the city either at a late night session after work or just random occurrences while out and about with the crew. Filmed by Michael Valenzuela, Kyle Sola, Nigel Hosang, Sean Engler, and David Toro, who also made the edit.
If you haven't watched my last edit of a session at the new Tri State Skate location than you haven't read my last write up and you don't know I just spent a weekend in NYC. So to catch you up, Erod mentioned a trip he was taking out east and I decided to buy myself a flight "you know how I love traveling". With only a few days to skate going up against the weather conditions we managed to pull some street clips together for your enjoyment. This trip was just pure love for the blades. No stress continual action and content. Expect more to come. Hope you enjoy! -Demetrios George
Save the Date! This Friday April 30th is the Long awaiting Last Man Standing Competition Film Screening. All details are on the flyer.
The World Rolling Series is coming to Buffalo, New York on September 11, 2010. Xtreme Wheels Indoor Skate Park is hosting Rolling Rumble 6, their first contest with the WRS. The Am/Pro contest format is a jam and individual run combo, with best tr...
The NYC Street Invitational is a Pro/Am invite-only event founded by Pro blader and long time resident of New York City, Billy O’Neill. The event will be a completely legitimate, real “street” contest taking place underneath a highway in the heart of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Permits and insurance are already secured for the location and all obstacles will be available within the space provided. Unlike other street contests there will be no issue with the police breaking up the event and there will be no traveling from spot-to-spot. This is going to be one of the first, fully legitimate, real “street” contests since IMYTA. Many of the world’s top Pro’s have already confirmed that they will be here to battle for the $10,000 that will be distributed among the top 3. Make your plans now, because this will be a rollerblading event to remember!
The King of Queens 2012 competition will take place in New York on June 2nd this year. Check out the flyer!
The River Ave Classic 2013 will take place at the River Ave skate plaza at 157th st and River ave in Bronx, NY on June 1st! There will be a beginner and an advanced comp for all ages. It's $5 to entry, all entry will go to 2nd and third and also the beginners comp!
Skater: Thumper Nagasako
Trick: Disaster Alley-Oop Soul 360 Out
Photographer: Sam DeAngelis
Location: New Rochelle, NY
Skater: Robert Guerrero
Photographer: Glenn Jersey
Location: Brooklyn Banks, NYC
Skater: Ryan Loewy
Photographer: Janine Neyssen
Location: Tilles Center at C.W. Post/LIU, Greenvale/Long Island, NY
Skater: Franco Cammayo
Photographer: Austin Paz
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Skater: Cory Lennon
Trick: rocket fishbrain
Photographer: Nate Born
Location: Rochester / USA
Skater: Austin Paz
Trick: Tea Kettle
Photographer: Duke Carr