Posts Tagged ‘david sizemore’

Champagne Premiere Saturday May 27th

May 21, 2017

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The world premiere of the Dead Wheels film, Champagne, is taking place this upcoming weekend in NYC! Word is there will be special guests in attendance so make sure to check out all the details below and get your tickets! Pre-sale for tickets are here. Keep up to date with the premiere details on Facebook here. “Alex Broskow, Chris Farmer, David Sizemore, Shawn Engler & Adam Johnson traveled to New York City, Detroit, Atlanta, Seattle, Portland,Los Angeles, Albuquerque, Phoenix, Dallas and Kansas City to bring you Champagne” – Dead Wheels.

Date: Saturday, May 27, 2017
Time: 11:30 PM
Ticket Price: $5
Location: Cinepolis Chelsea (260 West 23rd Street New York, NY 10011)
Train Directions: C or E train to West 23rd / 1 train to 23rd Street.

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The Second Annual NYC Street Invitational

September 24, 2012

Providing full coverage from the very beginning of the first heat of the first round, to the very end of the finals. I Roll NY presents, the second annual NYC Street Invitational.

Youtube / Mobile version after the jump. (more…)

Roller Warehouse in NYC

September 7, 2012

Some of the Roller Warehouse team came to NYC and as always out of state skaters do better tricks and skate our spots / skate parks better than any of us can. Featuring Kevin Branch, Dave Hirt, Sean Keane, Jeff Jackson, Alex Ryerson, Matt Murphy, Brenden Tidds, Vince Camarillo, Ariel Surun, Toby Holden, David Sizemore, Kenny Herman, and Jlyn Ortiz.


NYC Street Invitational Results: Alex Broskow Takes 1st Place!

August 20, 2011


Photos/Design: Hillel Dov

The NYC Street Invitational went down today and a ton of hammers and tech tricks have been added to NYC’s history. A big thank you goes out to Billy O’Neill, Daniel Kinney, the Barnel Heights Collective, Create Originals and all of the other sponsors for making today happen. From all of the top rated pros that were in attendance today only one could come out on top and take the majority of the $10,000 prize money. Alex Broskow stepped up to the challenge and took first as CJ Wellsmore and David Sizemore came in a close second and third place. Thanks to photographer Hillel Dov for capturing each competitors big tricks including Broskow’s 540 wallride, CJ Wellsmore’s royale transfer savannah, and Sizemore’s 360 acid.

NYC Street Invitational Results:
First Place: Alex Broskow
Second Place: CJ Wellsmore
Third Place: David Sizemore
Fourth Place: Chris Haffey
Fifth Place: Brian Aragon
Sixth Place: Franco Cammayo
Seventh Place: Erik Bailey
Eight Place: Adrien Anne
Ninth Place: Dave Lang
Tenth Place: Mark Wojda

Summer Edit 2010 By Jordan Baez

September 16, 2010

Check out the latest edit from Jordan Baez wrapping up his Summer. Footage includes spots all over NYC and the Neglected Truth box session. Featuring David Sizemore, Brian Aragon, Ramelle Knight, Jordan Baez, Jash Ruiz, Austin Croteau, Jose Henriquez, Nigel HoSang, Moises Rivera, Malik Ashby, John Tkaczuk, Glenn Jersey, Sean Grossman, Chris DeJesus and more.

Last Man Standing 2010 Pro Competition

August 29, 2010

“August 28th 2010 has now come and gone….But nonetheless it was a remarkable weekend for me. This day is known for the Last Man Standing Pro Competition held in Upper West Manhattan at a spot that many do not skate for fun called The Pit. The Pit is a good area because the residents nor police bother rollerbladers at all. One thing is for sure though, The Pit is not a session spot but a very dangerous spot that has tested many. On this day a fellow New York Roller and friend was injured when he crossed the path of the last spot on this day. Recover well and soon Jesus Medina. (more…)

You Are The Future

May 25, 2010

Daniel Kinney posted a new edit featuring David Sizemore rocking the I Roll NY tee. Thanks to David for constantly representing. “Every sport has its legends. Its heroes. Its champions. Those that take the sport to new heights. They allow others to believe that they are capable of so much more. These heroes, no matter how great. Always stand atop the shoulders of those that they inspire. Without a future. The champions of today are nothing. Without this future this sport is nothing. You are the legacy of these heroes. You are the future. Go. Go and do nothing short of what those have done before you” – Daniel Kinney.

Killin’ It Trailer

February 8, 2010

“After a year of filming, falling, taking photos, breaking shit, swagging, and killing in Philadelphia, New York, New Jersey, Boston, Woodward, Atlanta, California, and Arizona, I present you a bladeflick featuring full profiles on: David Sizemore, Cody Porche, Jon Jon Bolino, Andrew Nemiroski, and Steve Iacono. Co-Starring: Sam Moore, Tim Kelly, Tommy Leong, Rickayyy, Dean Coward, Mike Koliner, and Quintin Lamb. Available starting at Bittercold Showdown, first 100 copies come with a limited edition 56 page book” – Andrew Nemiroski.

World Rolling Series Promo

February 4, 2010

Check the trailer/edit/recap of the WRS ’09. This edit premiered a few months ago but then was taking down and now has been uploaded with additional footage including our Last Man Standing competition in NYC. “The World Rolling Series (WRS) has been created to unite the freestyle inline skate community by teaming with established Professional and Amateur events/organizations worldwide, creating a ranking system that will set a defining line between the individual levels of talent within the sport, developing a structured series of professional events, maintaining the integrity of the culture, and focusing on promotion and increased participation. The WRS ensures a higher standard and emphasis on the talent and promotion of the sport while increasing the sports size, strength, and recognition everywhere” – WRS.

I Roll NY Supporter David Sizemore: Progressive Edit

December 26, 2009

A big thanks to David Sizemore for always representing I Roll NY and the New York rollerblading scene in his edits. Featuring skating from Chris Smith, Mike Harper, Landon Jordan, Cody Porche and of course David Sizemore at the Progressive Skatepark. Filmed and edited by David Amkhinich.