Despite winning the Broadway Bomb more than a handful of times, our dude Kiefer Dixon still loves pushing around the urban jungle that he calls his home. The streets of NYC are ever changing and always unpredictable which is why Kiefer stays ready for whatever is thrown at him atop his Maestro Pro skateboard. This “commute killer” awards its operator the maximum benefits toward forward momentum while retaining a sense of agility for pedestrian dodging or holding a tight line through burly taxi barrels. Follow along for some of these shred-ventures in the latest quick clip compiled from a recent trip up to The Big Apple where we did our best to keep up with Kiefer in his natural habitat.
Kiefer Dixon has made a name for himself by pushing the limits of his board and body at any and every push race he attends. I have personally seen him push long distances and quite frankly, I just can’t keep up. It’s almost like his lungs and legs are mechanical and all he needs is a bottle of water for fuel and he’s good for the next 30 miles. Kiefer traveled to California this past weekend to compete in the Adrenalina Skateboard Marathon and took first place! He pushed 26.2 miles in 1 hour and 37 minutes! It was a close race but Kiefer took the lead in the final quarter mile! He always tends to lay back the first 3 quarters of the final mile, and then goes full throttle the final stretch! Congratulations on your win Kiefer! We’re proud of you!
Central Park, Saturday, June 15th
A few hundred people gathered at the Naumburg Bandshell last Saturday morning for the Annual Central Park Race. Because the Broadway Bomb has become so notorious, the CP Race, it’s little sister was organized and run much more low key this year.
Bustin team rider, Kiefer Dixon took first place for the third year in a row. Kiefer blazed around the hilly 6.1 mile loop in 19 minutes and 59 seconds. Do the math on that. Cami Best took home the women’s title once again making her sponsors proud.
Contrary to the 2012 Broadway Bomb, there was not one cop or park ranger spotted the entire race. The starting line on east 72nd street was the only brief obstruction of traffic for the day. Skaters migrated there seamlessly from the Bandshell.
Bustin team pro racer, Jonas Richter came up from Brazil and got a strong start and a top 15 finish. Jonas is racing the I Love Downhill next weekend then heading out to Maryhill and the west coast for the summer.
Kiefer blazing past the finish line in record time.
Cami Best, living up to her name.
After the race, the podium was held at the bandshell, top finishers took the stage.
Bustin Brooklyn’s Nick Coolhands, his brother Dillon and Prince Lang were there with a whole crew.
Adam Crigler held the Central Park Slide Carnival after the race. Jonas takes a buttery smooth run.
The slide jam came to a halt when everyone stopped to watch Prince take the YoFace 32″ down a 12 stair handrail. Prince here, solidly nailing it on his third try.
Bustin team racer, Dave Aparicio showing his diverse skill with an Illusion Flip.
Bustin Team Rider Kiefer Dixon filmed/edited this video GEM. Join NYC’s fastest skater-boi on his usual skate routine in New York City, which is quite incredible. Kiefer does not skate to be cool, Sk8r-Boi Dixon skates for LYFE. Awesome video, captures the STEEZE of NYC!!
Kiefer Dixon won some skateboard races in 2011 so he decided to purchase a camera This is Kiefer “Skater-Boi” Dixon’s camera shots and edits. New York City’s finest, Bustin Boards NYC. Represent.