Published on May 28, 2019 by
  • jenkemmag


For our fourth installment of “Evolution Of”, we headed to The Bronx to visit the Jerome Ave. Banks. The spot is made up of five giant stair sets in a row (but only four are actually skateable), with crusty ass banks on either side.

We hit up Aaron Herrington, who was one of the first people we saw skate the spot in his Static IV part, to tour the neighborhood and share stories about what’s gone down there.

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Filmed & Edited by: Richard Quintero

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