Welcome to 5050 Skatepark

5050 Skatepark remains closed to help slow and stall the spread of the Coronavirus.

New York City’s only indoor skatepark. Located in the Stapleton neighborhood of Staten Island, only one mile from the Staten Island Ferry and around the corner from the Stapleton train station. The custom built 8,000 square foot recreation center is open year-round to all alternative sports.At 5050 Skatepark you can expand your skills in a creative and safe environment. Daily riding sessions start at $14.00. All day rate is $20.00. Memberships, private parties, lessons, summer camp and awards contests are available throughout the year. In addition to extreme sports, 5050 Skatepark is available for private events including but not limited to: Live musical performances, photo shoots, music videos, fundraisers, and movie premieres.All participants MUST HAVE a helmet and waiver filled out and signed by parent. Children under 11 years old should be accompanied by parent.


What’s Your Story ? with Tariq Zaid

What’s Your Story ? with Tariq Zaid. 5050 Skatepark released another interview with the owner of Richmond Hood Co and Vodega. Tariq explains growing up in a group home and how the people who worked there inspired him to go out in the world and be successful. He hit a crossroad in his life and decided to take the path less traveled. Filmed/Edited by @mattchirico What’s Your Story is an Interview series by 5050 Skatepark to spotlight some locals here in New York City.

New York Post-NYC skaters, locals pushing to get fenced-off Brooklyn Banks back

Brooklyn Bridge Manhattan:New York - Construction workers at work site under the Brooklyn Bridge in Lower Manhattan. The area was once a world known skate park called Brooklyn Banks (aka Red Brick Park).
The Brooklyn Banks is a legendary skating mecca that first gained popularity in the 1980s.
Helayne Seidman

They can’t take it to the Banks.

Manhattan locals, skaters and a non-profit are fed up with the city’s glacial pace of repairs to the Brooklyn Bridge, which has fenced off nine acres of space for more than a decade — including a world-famous skate spot and a public basketball court.

“I don’t think the city has any awareness of just how vitally important the place is,” said Joe Ramone, 36, who runs the Save the Brooklyn Banks Instagram account. “It is more than just a ‘Skate Spot’. It was a home for so many.” 

The Brooklyn Banks is a legendary skating mecca that first gained popularity in the 1980s and was the stomping ground of renowned skaters like Harold Hunter and Eric Koston. The site was recreated in the 2003 video game “Tony Hawk’s Underground.”

Seaport and Two Bridges locals who’ve never heard of Tony Hawk want the Banks back too.

Read More Here.

What’s Your Story? Tyrone Williams

What’s Your Story ? with Tyrone Williams. 5050 Skatepark released another interview with the owner of Dah Shop. Tyrone explains growing up in Brooklyn and how he got his first bike from his Grandfather and how he fell in love with Bike Riding. Now he is trying to keep his Bike Shop open and healing his body with Yoga. This is a good watch. Filmed/Edited by @mattchirico

What’s Your Story ? Andrew York

Casey Starling On Kink Pro Team

BMX IN A GROCERY STORE – TATE ROSKELLEY – GT

AUGIE SIMONCINI – UNCLICKED INTERVIEW

We lost a Mullaly Bike Park Legend Today

We lost a Mullaly Bike Park legend today. Please support Alberto a fellow BMX rider and donate to his funeral.

https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-albertos-family?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1