Archive for July, 2011

Mastic Skate Plaza Event Sunday August 7th

July 31, 2011

“Sunday August 7th Tri-State Skate will be holding an event at the newly built, 11,600 sq. ft. skate plaza at Mastic Beach in Brookhaven, NY from 2pm-?. Check out the Facebook event page for more details . Call or email TSS @ 201-739-5442 / tristateskate.com with any questions. HELMETS MANDATORY” – TSS.

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Psyko Clothing Summer 2011 Line

July 31, 2011

The Brooklyn, NY based clothing line Psyko recently released a sneak peak into their new Summer 2011 line. The new line features five brand new t-shirts along with 3 brand new tank tops to rock in this heat wave. The new line was said to be released yesterday. Check out the available gear at the Psyko Clothing online shop.

KuKu? X I Roll NY Online Edit Contest Winners

July 30, 2011

The top three winners of the KuKu? X I Roll NY online edit contest have been picked! It was a very difficult decision with all of the talented entries we have received. Thank you to everyone who submitted an entry and thanks to everyone who participated in the Facebook vote. Unfortunately most of the entries went against one or more of the rules of the contest. This was a pure street, 30 second, 1 entry per skater online edit contest. With that said, the top three entries that have been chosen for the exclusive KuKu? prize packages are Steve Nichols, Dan Barletta, and Mike Ferro. Congratulations to Steve Nichols the first place prize winner who wins a hat, tee, stickers and exclusive tank top from KuKu? Dan Barletta wins second place and will receive a hat and tee provided by KuKu? Mike Ferro, our youngest entry, will receive his choice of a hat or tee from KuKu?

Results
First place: Steve Nichols
Second place: Dan Barletta
Third place: Mike Ferro

New Era Skate Team Art of Rolling Edit

July 29, 2011

Featuring Eddie Esteves, Harison Hadzovic, Brian Rivera, Justin Barbot, Chris Hall, Elias Hadzovic, John Nebula, and Daymian Ruiz. Filmed and edited by Angelo Ferrer.

Mike Obedoza NYC Interview via ONE

July 29, 2011

So, NYC; do you usually vacation in the city? What made you head over there this year?
I have stopped by NYC before on a road trip with a couple of friends from Chicago, and another time I went with a friend from Jersey that was road tripping to take her car home from California. I didn’t get to blade those two times, I just got drunk and did a bunch of tourist things on those trips. When I was there I was always aching to blade. I even walked through the Brooklyn banks wishing I had my blades and then they shut it down (talk about blue balls). For my job in California I have to commute and sit in traffic, so for a vacation I wanted to go somewhere there was public transportation. I wanted to take a breather from Cali. NYC has an amazing culinary scene, and all the great spots I’ve seen in VGs and recent edits, not to mention I have some really good friends that I wanted to share space with. So, yeah, NYC was calling my name.

How would you describe the differences between the blade scenes in LBC vs NYC? Same idea, how are they similar?
The LBC, or LA in general, unites through the Monday night sessions at Northside bladepark, The Chosen-few First Sundays, or the Thursday night blade in Orange County at Mariners bladepark. In NYC there is a website, irollny.com, that unites the community over there. They have themed events and competitions. Anytime I needed to know what was going on, I knew where to go. I went to a battle comp in Astoria park up in Queens where it was themed after playing a game of B.L.A.D.E. where you have to call out your closest friend or someone from a different borough. Then there was a rookie competition at McCarren bladepark in Brooklyn where kids who were only a few months into the blade game were able to win prizes. That was awesome to be there and watch the future being nurtured by the local OGs. There are a lot of new kids out there. So fresh that they didn’t have a clue who Dustin Latimer was. They’ll learn soon, I’m sure of it, but, wow. LBC and NYC are similar in that their community has groups within the blader group. Some people blade with each other and some don’t, but I guess as long as we’re all doing the same thing, it’s all love. Read the full interview at the ONE Magazine website.

Source: http://believeinone.com

One Day at the Piers with Chris Kolodziej

July 28, 2011

Featuring Chris Kolodziej skating the Pier 25 and Pier 62 skateparks in Manhattan, NY.

Art of Rolling Issue 3 Volume 2 Sneak Peak

July 28, 2011

The Art of Rolling has released the cover for their newest issue featuring Ramelle Knight. This is Ramelle’s second cover for AOR magazine. Issue 3 volume 2 will be a photo issue featuring a ton of photos of skaters from all over New York City. As well, AOR I3V2 will be released for free at the NYC Street Invitational on August 20th!

Art of Rolling will also be releasing their previous 3D issue to the online world if they get 200 likes on their Art of Rolling Dice Facebook page. Get on that!

Signature NYC Section

July 27, 2011

“Filmed in 2009 and features many of the talented rollerbladers that shred the streets of the New York City. Dedicated to Brian Scott “Cozmik” a young talented rollerblader who was killed during the time this section was in production” – Rolling Film Media.

Steven Sin & Chris Hall Edit

July 26, 2011

Featuring Steven Sin and Chris Hall representing Flatline Skate shop. Filmed and edited by Carlos Montenegro.

Ariel Surun & Robert Guerrero KuKu? X I Roll NY Contest Entry

July 25, 2011

The KuKu? X I Roll NY online edit contest’s last entry is brought you by Ariel Surun and Rob G. Filmed and edited by Lonnie Gallegos. Thank you to everyone who entered. Stay tuned for the Facebook exclusive vote to help determine which entry wins!