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2012 Shields Skate Park Winter Edit by Sam DeAngelis

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. ... Read More...

Tri-State Skate Team Edit by Sam DeAngelis

After a lot of effort, long shootings deep into the night, and impossible planning it is finally done. Sam DeAngelis and the TSS team have filmed the perfectly executed session at the Drop In Skatepark in New York. Check out the riders how they represent the skateshop and enjoy the way they throw out some sick tricks for you.... Read More...

Official Be-Mag Last Man Standing 2011 Edit by Sam DeAngelis

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. ... Read More...

NYC Street Invite 2011: Second Official Be-Mag Edit by Sam DeAngelis

"There is a rollerblading festival going on under the highway bridge here in Brooklyn" I heard someone saying when we entered the venue. "People jumping over cars, grinding on a truck – you have to see this, it's crazy". Yeah the New York City Street Invite 2011 was an unique experience for everyone involved. Billy O'Neill and Daniel Kinney (founder and organizer of BCSD) don't talk much – they are doers and do things the right and professional way. I guess people recognize this and that's why the NYC Street Invite gathered bladers from all over the world to battle it out on some real street one-of-a-kind obstacles especially created and set-up for this contest. So Billy and Daniel did not only take care of the obstacles for the contest, they also made sure that they've had all permissions and insurances needed for the contest. We at Be-Mag also felt that this contest was going to be a big deal, so we decided to send a team to New York to cover the event properly. But good things take time. ... Read More...

The NYC Street Invite 2011 trailer by Sam DeAngelis

One of the biggest and sickest skate contests located under a Brooklyn bridge is over and out. Alex Broskow is the man of the weekend taking home 5.000$ and the highly coveted title of the first NYC Street invite champion. One of our core filmers Sam DeAngelis is already going through 5GB of footage he gathered over the past weekend. To ease the waiting he comes up with a short trailer for the upcoming be-mag edit. Keep your eyes peeled for more gold clips coming out of his hands. ... Read More...

NYC Tour Edit No. 1 by Angelo Ferrer and Sam DeAngelis

As the weather gets nicer on the East Coast, bladers from all over are starting to flood New York City in hopes to catch the first clips of the season. Angelo Ferrer, owner of Art of Rolling Magazine, has taken it upon himself to organize tour events throughout NYC to kick off the Spring. Some of the most talented skaters in NYC and the Tri-State showed up for the first installment to shred for Art of Rollings camera. The tours intention is to conquer skate spots, new and old, and raise awareness of our sport throughout the city. ... Read More...

Sam DeAngelis Shoots Tim Franken in Cape Cod

Tim Franken, some friends, and I took a trip up to Cape Cod, Massachusetts for the Memorial Day Weekend. We brought our skates, my Nikon D60, camera equipment, and checked the iPhone on the way for parks or potential skate spots. On a cloudy morning we came across the Chatham Skate Park, next to a small airport, located a mile and a half from our rental house on the tip of Cape Cod. The park was full of unique obstacles and hits for some creative lines…... Read More...