2010 Concrete Wave Evolutions DVD - Bustin Boards: Push Culture Longboarding NYC.
Here is the full length Bustin Boards episode from the 2010 Evolutions DVD featuring the full line of boards from Bustin Brooklyn and our NYC family of longboarders. Push Culture Longboarding is about the euphoria of skating in an interactive environment such as a big city, small town or college campus and this mini-documentary sets out to capture that feeling from the riders who live it everyday in New York City. Longboarding in the Big Apple is unlike anything you'll ever experience and with the ever-expanding network of bike paths it is becoming safer and safer everyday. Follow the Bustin Crew as they skate the city and talk about how they got into longboarding, what its like to longboard in New York City and where they think longboarding is going.
After you watch the video, read the article that inspired it. Created by Mike Dallas and Rob Perry, this article was written for Concrete Wave magazine in the Spring of 2010 and openeded the minds of people around the world the Push Culture style of longboarding and the growth of longboarding in New York City. Read the full article here - http://blog.bustinboards.com/?p=931
Bustin Boards urges riders to wear helmets. Just like everything, wearing a helmet is a personal choice and while some of the longboarders in our crew choose not to, most of us do! Please skate responsibly and always wear a helmet.
About Bustin YouTube: Bustin Boards is a family made up of hundreds of longboarders in NYC and thousands more around the world. We wanted our YouTube page to be real, meaning our videos are made by the skaters for the skaters. Not all of our videos feature our official team riders nor are they always shot and edited by professional videographers. Instead, we invite our friends and customers to send us their videos to show the real side of the streets and the creative ideas of regular people. We even invite people to our NYC longboard store to use one of our HD cameras and in-shop editing computers. As a result our videos show a range of skating style and levels, but always represent the unique perspective of the longboarder. Our only requirement is that its fun to watch and we try super hard to abide by that. If you make a sick video and think it would be a good fit on our YouTube page and/or website, send it through and join the family. One Love Bustin Longboarding Family.
For more information about our boards, our crew, our store and everything else please visit http://www.bustinboards.com