This is the unofficial history of the biggest outlaw longboard race in the world; The Broadway Bomb.
Taking place on the world's most famous boulevard and told by the champions and the organizers who make it happen every year; "Push Culture - The Broadway Bomb" is the story of a small group of 15 outlaw longboard skaters who weren't satisfied racing in the passive environment of the parks of New York City so they took it to the streets.
Once a year in the fall the craziest longboard skaters in the city would brave the traffic of a busy Manhattan Saturday to see who could get from the Upper West Side at 116th st to the bull statue in the Financial District.
10 years later over 500 outlaw riders show up to ride the concrete wave of Broadway for the ultimate prize: City wide bragging rights as the fastest skater in all of NYC.
Take a look inside the mind of New Yorkers on the edge and the culture of push.
TRT: 20 min
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