Posts Tagged ‘tim franken’

I Roll NY Presents: Winter Madness 2

December 9, 2014

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The Winter Madness 2 competition went down on Friday, December 5th at Oil City skatepark in Long Island, NY. Talented skaters from all over the East Coast came and threw down hammers throughout the night. Featuring: Chris Santiago, Dylan Hopp, Chris DeJesus, David Hartnett, James Perez, Pablo Munoz, Tim Franken, Stefan Brandow, Trevor Johnson, and Jared Green.

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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…)

Second Annunal NYC Street Invite Results

September 22, 2012

First Place: John Bolino
Second Place: Erik Bailey
Third Place: Nick Lomax
Fourth Place: Tim Franken
Fifth Place: CJ Wellsmore

Shields Skate Park Winter 2011

February 7, 2012

“This is my 2nd installment of my Winter filming at Shields Skatepark in Flemington, New Jersey. As you know, during the Winters it can be hard to find appropriate weather to street skate, so we find our home at Shields on many Tuesday and Thursday nights where its ‘rollerblade’ only. Even though I attended nearly 20-25 sessions this Winter, I only picked up the camera 5-6 times. These were classified to be the best tricks I captured during my Winter months. I filmed many people, but unfortunately not everyone made the cut due to song length. Have no fear, there will be plenty more edits in which you can get your chance. Until next time..” – Dan Fabiano.

Featured Skaters: Franco Cammayo, Steve Nichols, Mikey Roman, Jimmy Shuda, Joe Torres, Dan Fabiano, Will Harvey, Mike Hazard, Tim Franken, Shawn Gradilone, Chris Esposito, Ryan Many, Seiichi Daimo, and Wake Schepman.

Filmed & Edited by: Dan Fabiano
Music by: Ratatat – Drugs

Central Florida Rolling at Pier 25

August 3, 2011

“So we get to the skatepark and it’s already swarmed with skateboarders. This place was filled with ledges and one down rail. We managed to get some filming done weaving in and out of all the boarders and scooters. A lot of locals showed up. It was awesome to see how big the NY scene was” – Frankie Terranova.

Central Florida Rolling at Drop-In Skatepark

August 1, 2011

“…we made our way over the NJ border into NY to Drop In Skatepark. On the way we stopped off at Tim’s moms to grab Eric a pair of frames because Eric broke his frames for the first time ever in Philly the night before trying some ridiculous shit. At Drop In we met up Joey Zitelli, Sam DeAngelis, skated with Tri State Skate shop owner Greg Kieffer and some other locals. We put together this edit from the night. Looking forward to NYC the next three days!” – Frankie Terranova.

Tim Franken KuKu? X I Roll NY Contest Entry

July 20, 2011

Third official entry for the KuKu? X I Roll NY online edit contest. Featuring Tim Franken while he was still living in New Jersey. Filmed and edited by Sam DeAngelis.

I Roll NY Supporter Tim Franken: NJ 2 CA Welcome to San Diego

June 29, 2011

Check out Tim Franken rocking his I Roll NY tee out on the West Coast. “Tim Franken has recently moved to San Diego, Cali. Here is a quick sneak peak of what he’s been up to after his recent move. You can tell this guy had no problem adapting to his new skate environment” – Pigeoto productions.

Tim Franken Scribe Edit + Article

May 27, 2011

“The New York City scene has recently lost an asset but at the same time the San Diego gained one. Born and raised in Belleville, NJ, Tim Franken has been blading for about eleven years. As a young athlete looking for new opportunities, Franken saw the chance to move out to California with his brother in order to pursue his real passion in life: Rollerblading” – Be-Mag.

This is Tim Franken’s Scribe Industries Online Profile and last tricks filmed in New York City. So I called Tim Franken up for an exclusive interview with Be-Mag. “I also moved because of the weather… Skating seven months a year indoors with terrible skate parks wasn’t working out when trying to pursue this as a career.” Franken then went on to explain how he has a strong love for New York City and New Jersey that this will never change. He simply wanted to expand his horizons and search for new opportunities. “New York City is always going to be my home. A place to go back to… Where I feel welcomed.” Read the rest of the article on Be-Mag.

AOR NYC Tour Edit 2

May 21, 2011

Art of Rolling releases it’s second edit of their NYC tour this time focusing the Queens, NY area. Featuring skating from Pat Cardoso, Tim Franken, Sam DeAngelis, Danny Villanueva, Anddy Feliciano, James Mandato, Adonis Taylor, Franco Cammayo, Bobby Reichel, Ryan Many, Paul Imperio and more. Check out the first AOR NYC Tour Edit here.