Enjoy your ‘Dessert’!

After 'Breakfast', 'Lunch' and 'Dinner', Casey Geraghty, Nick Taylor, Mike Dempsey and John Lyke bring you – you've guessed it – 'Dessert'. Enjoy!

‘Dinner’ is served!

The Black Bandit Media family is relatively normal, except for one thing... they rollerskate. MVP Casey Geraghty, trying to balance college and the roller-hockey season. Nick Taylor, the zany chef that may or may not have his green card. Mark "the shark" Rosen's football scholarship will get him to Stanford, if he can only stop his pranks. A genius and klutz Drew Amato makes some really weird inventions while driving the family insane. Mike Dempsey's "Ricky Martin attitude" has the ladies swooning. Mark Golembeski, former Golf professional, lost his game after winning the Masters ten years ago and is now struggling to find his sanity. Mike Riccitelli, their crazy cousin living in Uzbekistan, has found a wife and kids to call his own. John Lyke doesn't know how or why this crazy group of twenty year olds are living in his house, but he does know one thing... Family comes first.

What’s for Dinner?

Everybody that watched 'Breakfast' and 'Lunch' sure appreciated the videos for what they were: documentations of incredible blading mixed with a little "Extra". The crew served highly entertaining videos that were spectacular evidence a blade video can – or should be – much more than just skating clips draped to a timeline. Ryan Loewy recently talked to Casey Geraghty, Mark Golembeski, John Lyke and Mike Dempsey to find out what the guys have been cooking up for their sequel video which goes by the name of – yes, you guessed correctly – 'Dinner'. Bon appétit!

LUNCH – Online Video by Mike Dempsey

This video was shot within the months January and November of 2010 and premiered New Years Eve 2010. Shot on location in Colorado, Los Angeles, Venice Beach, Oakland, Connecticut, Boston, and Vermont. Starring Mike Dempsey, John Lyke, John Bolino, Erik Stokley, and Chris Daffick.

One Minute, One Spot with Gabe Holm

Gabe Holm has made his mark with his New England Video Project, entitled "It's about time" in which he unites the talents of Andy Leitermann, Jeff Dalnas, Andrew Smolak, John Williams and Quinn Feldman. Here you can see Gabe himself ripping up a skatepark near his hometown.