NYC Push Race to Break the One Mile Skateboard Record

4 Sep

Blue Sky Longboards is teaming up with Push Culture News to hold the Blue Sky Mile Challenge on October 19th. This is a closed course and bracketed tournament with competition heating up as the finals get closer during the evening.

Blue Sky is happening on the Friday of the Broadway Bomb weekend. There will be several other events in NYC on Saturday and Sunday. SURE Skateboards is a sponsor for The Blue Sky race because it represents the next level of validation in organized  skate race competition in the NYC area. The first of many to races come, the event is sanctioned by the International Distance Skateboard Association (IDSA).

Last year more than 1,000 skaters participated in the Broadway Bomb, we are expecting competitors from all over the world to come out for the Friday race to try and officially break Marc Juvinall’s current record of 3:46.9. I predict a new record that night, the Push Race Skate Discipline has been fired up lately.

This will be a spectator friendly event free for the public to attend. A short ferry ride from lower Manhattan overlooking downtown and the Statue of Liberty. Email info@sureskateboards for further information.

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