March 26, 2017
Boschi Pope – Truspin crossgrab makio. Photo: FILTHY SHOOTER
Boschi Pope recently made the trip to Cali, to link up with FILTHJUICE crew and film for an upcoming VOD section. See all the photos and read the story on the FILTHJUICE site. “New York City legend Boschi Pope blessed the Filthjuice crew with his recent trip to California. This Filth-File was a last minute thing but I had a feeling Boschi was coming out here to handle business, not only for his new startup company Boschi Pope Company (BPC), but to also handle his business on the blades like old times. I personally had never met Boschi until his recent visit, but my memories of him go far back to the early 2000’s when he was the youngest pro out of NYC. His skating and personality embodies the East Coast street skating scene and he’s back from his hiatus to keep the NYC scene strong!” – FILTHJUICE.
March 23, 2017
“I dug out some clips and decided to make an edit for my friends and I. Featuring Brandon Smith, Austin Paz, Franco Cammayo, and myself. Hope you enjoy. x3 WE ARE VALO” – James Perez.
March 21, 2017
One For The Road is an amateur rollerblading video filmed by Mike Torres, Nate Moore, and Augusto Castillo. Starring Justin Brasco, Augusto Castillo, Mike Torres and Grant Hazelton. Premiering in Brooklyn, NY on 4/1, FreeOD available shortly after on Sellfy. “One For The Road was shot in the streets of NYC, Rochester NY, and Barcelona, by Nate Moore, Augusto Castillo, Tim Adams, Austin Paz, and myself” – Mike Torres.
March 20, 2017
Kore team rider Steven Sin
Photos of the new Kore skate have been surfacing on social media. With no official word from the company, there’s not much information or details of the differences, if any, from this new skate to the last Kore model. Other than a new colorway there’s not much we can tell. What are your thoughts? You can see more photos of the new Kore model from team rider Arsenio Patterson below.
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March 17, 2017
“These past few days have been hectic, and i definitely needed to skate. Austin invited me out to sesh, so we linked up at 181street to chill and skate for a bit. I’m not an editor, or a videographer but i decided to edit the few clips we managed to get. Its the first time i ever tried to edit any footage. This is just a personal project i worked on to distract myself for a little while. Hope you guys enjoy. x3” – James Perez.
February 25, 2017
It’s been a while since we’ve been on YouTube, but I Roll NY returns with a brief edit to wipe the dust off our channel. Saturday, February 17th, we met up with Pablo Munoz, Jesus Medina, Jose Henriquez, Kyle Johnson and a handful of other bladers in Harlem World to enjoy the holiday weekend.
February 19, 2017
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The New York Skate Series has teamed up with Spot Slayer for an online video contest exclusive to NYC bladers for a chance to win $100 this President’s Day weekend. Spot Slayer is a location based video app. The app allows bladers to upload and see tricks done in any spot around the world & also rate the tricks. The blader that upload the best trick in a spot gets a money prize. Want to know how to enter your chance to win $100 this weekend? Follow the steps below and make sure to enter by February 21st!
– Download the Spot Slayer app through the App Store / Google Play ( Download it here )
– Create an account and upload a clip of yourself skating a local NYC spot.
– All entries must be submitted by February 21st to be eligible for the $100 prize.
– If you’ve already downloaded the Spot Slayer app and uploaded a clip of yourself doing a trick at an NYC spot, then you’re already entered!
January 31, 2017
Boschi Pope releases his first edit since his return. Filmed / Edited by Terrence Henry.
December 11, 2016
Ryan Many and Augusto Castillo teamed up to bring you this new edit. “Big thanks to Augusto Castillo (@bigriveraugusto) for bearing with my hectic schedule and pushing me to skate well again. Only fitting It took until the weather outside being weather to finally get comfortable…typical NYC. It’s cool tho man, enjoy it” – Ryan Many. Filmed / edited by Augusto Castillo.
November 29, 2016
One Magazine published a new article featuring coverage of the New York City blade scene with photos and words by former local photographer Drew Humphrey. “It has been about two years since I last visited back home, so I thought it was time I went back to New York City, which I did September 20-27. I was excited for all the skating and seeing all my friends. Though I moved to Portland about two and half years ago and can never imagine moving back to NYC, it is always nice to visit” – Drew Humphrey. See all the photos and read the full article here.
Source: One Blade Mag