I set out to NYC for a solo BMX adventure. I never really go and film by myself so I didn't know what I would come back with but the day was amazing to say the least. Perfect weather, spots, and no security guards.
I made the decision to take a last minute trip to a place I've never been. My flight was delayed and I expected it to be a long day of traveling. Upon arrival I met with Augie and Nick and we set out to ride an insane bowl on the edge of the ocean.
BMX riding continues to grow in popularity as the riders push the sport to new levels. Since its initial fame in the 1980's, BMX riding has been a staple in the action sports community. Breaking the rules has always been the norm for BMX riders. To hit the rails and other street spots, riders have had to look the other way at no trespassing signs and other warnings. This is why it was no trouble for 5 friends to break into a waterpark to make one of the most entertaining BMX that has been seen in a long time.
We talked about sneaking in and riding this waterpark for years. Thanksgiving day came and it was finally time to head out at 6 AM in hopes of riding the waterpark and not getting arrested. The day was absolutely insane and then we got spotted by Security.
Your local abandoned warehouse might just turn into my playground. In this video watch myself takeover the chemically polluted abandoned industrial building in Copiague, New York. This site has been abandoned for as long as I could remember. Never did I think I would ride my bike inside of it. The asbestos filled building consists of dusty floors, broken windows, trash, graffiti, and homeless people. It is a place that any regular person would be disgusted by. To me, nothing beats the sketchy feeling/adrenaline rush.