Sick video of riding bmx in NYC
We donated ramps to the Brooklyn Banks.
Staten Island Ferry 200th year Anniversary & Art show.
Proceeds go towards Richmond University Medical Center’s New ER.
Open to all Ages. Live Art, Music, & Food by @thehopshoppe
Saturday September 23 @ 7pm
@5050skatepark 354 Front st Staten island
Free event, Suggested donation at door.
Featuring Framed Ferry photos you can purchase from Vin Barone, Mark Blasko, Jozette Carter-Williams, Michael Defuri, Eric Isaksen, Kristopher Johnson, Nick Jones, Ryan Lavis, Scott Marceau, Maggie Rose Melito, Carol Mittelsdorff, Don Rangio, Chad Rachman, Valentiono Scaramella, Michael Sena, Mike Shane, Virginia Sherry, Adam Smith, Sean Sweeney, Tabitha Lee Turchio, Scott Van Campen and More. Confirmed Artists are Chris Malfi – Makerspace –Prez – Assembyl 3D- Projectivity – Richmond Tattoo.
Music provided by @makerparkradio
Killa Cam and Stephen Larosa ride some crazy bikes
Nick Lindsay-Abaire rides some NYC street with his friends
This month, Red Bulletin magazine dropped an inspiring mini documentary on Las Brujas, the NYC crew using skateboarding to change their world. The article and five-minute video dive into what life looks like in the shoes of this “urban, free-form, creative and autonomous organization.”
Check it out here: win.gs/Brujas
5050 Skatepark’s Summer Sessions camp starts July 3rd. Camp drop off is 8:30am, pick up 4pm, with the option for extended day ($3 per additional hour). Campers get to enhance their skills, create art, exercise, and make new friends, with the guidance of trained BMX, Scooter, and Skateboard instructors. Did we mention lunch is included! Come to 354 Front Street 10304 today to sign up. 347-857-6007. firstname.lastname@example.org
Park is closed off from the public during camp hours. Open session 3:00pm
Desmond Rhodes kills the streets of NYC.
https://youtu.be/bD12qDeBBFg Big boy and the usual Scotty Cranmer crew travel to a Pittsburg skatepark to do some gnarly tricks and flips. Check out the website for more content!!!!!
Sitting in his favorite seat in the corner of the parlor room at trendy Ludlow House in Manhattan’s even trendier Lower East Side, Nigel Sylvester sips green tea and contemplates his next move.
The ‘it guy’ of BMXing has spent the entire morning at the post office mailing out the first batch of orders from his merchandise line.
The athlete is one of the few black professional BMX riders and is an even rarer feature of the sport: he’s just made the Forbes Top 30 under 30 list. All this despite the fact that he doesn’t even take part in competitions.
Nigel has seemingly built his entire brand through social media and explained, after kindly asking a waitress for a few extra biscuits to go with his tea, that he’s done everything on his own without a PR manager.
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