Travel the NYC Subway—on a Skateboard

Many New York Transit rules must have been broken in the course of filming this skate video in stations and subway cars, but it's an amazing way to tour the city's iconic subway

Many New York Transit rules must have been broken in the course of filming this skate video in stations and subway cars, but it's an amazing way to tour the city's iconic subway.

SLAP Magazine, the team behind the video, notes that it is against the rules to:

Stand on a skateboard 
Jump the turnstile or enter the system improperly
Move between end doors of a subway car whether or not train is in motion 
Damage subway or bus property -- that includes graffiti or scratches

Don't try this one at home, kids. 

For more videos from SLAP Magazine, visit http://www.slapmagazine.com/.

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