Posts Tagged ‘Grant Hazelton’

Clip Of The Week 2013 Montage

December 15, 2013

Today marks I Roll NY’s six year anniversary. To celebrate we put together a montage of all the footage from this year’s Clip Of The Week series that was featured on YouTube. A big thanks to everyone who has supported I Roll NY throughout the years and to all the bladers that helped make this montage happen.


Featuring in order of appearance: Joey Lunger, Chauncey Jenkins, Jose Henriquez, Austin Croteau, Franco Cammayo, Angelo Morales, Grant Hazelton, Jordan Baez, Pablo Munoz, Anddy Feliciano, Angelo Ferrer, Fabio Enes, Anthony Lee, Brandon Smith, Erick Rodriguez, Jash Ruiz, James Perez, Sebestian Michalski, Justin Brasco, Alex Ryerson, Jlyn Ortiz, Jon Gillen, and Austin Paz.

Filmed & Edited by: Rob Ford
Additional footage: Craig Benabu, Angelo Ferrer, Kurt Rose, Austin Paz, James Perez, and Drew Humphrey.

Clip Of The Week Volume 2 Episode 11

April 11, 2013

This week’s C.O.W. is brought to you by the ROC! Clip Of The Week 11 features Grant Hazelton of Rochester, NY skating RASP skatepark. Filmed by Kurt Rose. A big thanks to Grant and Kurt for submitting the first C.O.W. outside of NYC. Make sure to like the video and subscribe to our channel to see all of our videos first.


Rochester “Where’s Winter?” Session

January 18, 2012

Featuring Kyle Bartlett, Nate Hall, Bryan Weise, and Grant Hazelton.

Roc City Skates 30 Second Promo – Grant Hazelton

January 10, 2012

ROCcitySkates.com Edit

December 4, 2011

Featuring Grant Hazelton, Mike Torres, Nate Hall, Chris Py, Dave Poe, Nick Demarchi, Ricky Coster, Steve Bruning, Mike Lanthier, Malik Glenn, & Stefan Brandow. Filmed by Ricky Coster & Dan Barnes. Edited by Ricky Coster.

Rochester End of Summer Sesh

September 21, 2011

Featuring Grant Hazelton, Mike Torres, Steve Bruning, and more. Filmed and edited by Kyle Bartlett.

Grant and Mike at the Blade Park

September 8, 2011

Roc City Skates co-owner Grant Hazelton and local awesome Mike Torres spent a couple hours skating.

ONE Video Rochester, NY – Submissions

April 24, 2011

“Here is an edit I put together in January of 2009. All of this footage was filmed for the ONE Magazine blade video which was produced and directed by Conner O’Brien, and released in December, 2008. The edit was only made for the eyes of my friends in the WNY scene, so they could see the clips we filmed in an edit since not all of them made it into the ONE Video. The edit was then released as a last minute bonus feature on “The Best of Roccityskate.com” DVD which was released and distributed at the 2009 Bitter Cold Showdown in Royal Oak, MI” – Mike Torres. Featuring Steve Bruning, Dan Barnes, Tim Adams, Grant Hazelton, Chris Walker, and Mike Torres.

Rochester TNS Park Edit

February 8, 2011

Featuring Josh Marlinksi, Nate Hall, Brandon Cripps, Tim Adams, Stefan Brandow, Nate Born, Chris Parwulski, Grant Hazelton, and Mike Torres. “R.A.S.P (Rochester Action Sports Park) holds Thursday night rollerblading only sessions, and every week there’s 30-40 WNY bladers skating their asses off. We are constantly seeing new faces come to the park, and old faces back on blades again. The Rochester scene is thriving and every week everyone at the session kills it. This is just a small sample of whats been going down the past few months” – Stefan Brandow.

Kris Troyer ONE Photo Journal #4

October 8, 2010

“In Rochester, NY, there is a spot known as “G Spot.” Yes, folks, it does exist, and it actually happens to be pretty played out up there. But during my short visit to the area this summer we happened to be in the vicinity of the “G Spot” and noticed this barge docked next to the walkway. Apparently they do concerts and whatnot on these things during the summer, but Grant Hazelton does Gaps to Wallrides and 180s off. When shooting this, Grant had to position himself between the barge and ladder and push the barge out with his legs to create the gap, then proceed to skate around and do the Wallride before the buoyant platform rebounded back inward, thus making the trick as scary as possible. He actually almost fell in head first one time. Getting trapped upside down under that piece would be a scary trip. Shot with one Vivitar 383 at camera left about 10 ft away, at 1/2 power. Aperture f/6.3, shutter 1/100, at 160 ISO” – Kris Troyer.

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