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The Broadway Bomb Returns (no mom, not a real bomb)

In case you haven’t noticed, there are hordes of youths on skateboarders on Broadway, screaming, with helicopters overhead and cops standing and yelling.  Bwog’s hangover is none too pleased with this, but we admire their spunk.  This is the annual Broadway Bomb, an illegal boarding race down Broadway.  Last year, the state filed an injunction […]

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Adrenaline Aficionados Gather for The Broadway Bomb

Update: And they’re off! Send your pictures to tips@bwog.com The Broadway Bomb, the annual illegal longboard race down the legendary avenue, kicks off today at noon. Skaters meet at 116th and Riverside, charge up the hill, careen around the corner, and barrel down Broadway. For more details, check out our coverage of last year’s race […]

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Skateboarders Ransack Morningside

Around noon today, about 300 skateboarders wildly dashed from Riverside and 116th Street down Broadway, screaming and merrymaking. ‘Twas the beginning of the Broadway Bomb 2010, the world’s most dangerous longboard skateboard race. Photo by MJM

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