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Steve Kay started inline skating in 1984 as a training tool to improve his Ice Hockey Game. After practicing law for 3 years, in 1989 he was discovered freestyle skating in New York's Central Park, and was asked to join an "East Coast" skate team. He has taught and performed ever since. In addition to appearing in the pages of GQ, Playboy, Inline and the 1998 Rollerblade catalogue, Steve has made numerous Live and TV appearances, including several commercials and ABC's soap opera The City. He was a backup dance skater for Gloria Gaynor's "I will Survive" show and was the first inline skater to perform on Broadway in "The Fashion Follies." Steve is an IISA/ICP Examiner and has been instrumental in the development of the Freestyle Dance Accreditation. He is a member of the Salomon Inline Free Skate Team and the Central Park Dance Skaters Association and was the 1997 Central Park Skatefright Dance Champion.

Steve is always available for performances, photo shoots, or group and private lessons.

Steve Kay

If you want to get the inside scoop on skating in the Big Apple, check out some of Steve's favorite sites. Or better yet, contact him to set up a personal lesson, tour, name it!

Take a peek at the Central Park dance skating scene

The Empire Skate Club offers weekly city skates and really cool T-shirts.

The Central Park Dance Skaters Association Join the circle, every weekend!

The Central Park Skate Patrol offers free stopping clinics.

Blades is NYC's best skate shop. Rent or buy at any one of many locations.

Blur - The Skater's Online Magazine hosts a complete calendar of inline events.

NYC Inline Skating Guide is a thorough tour of inline skating in New York. is your introduction to the other wonders of New York.

International Inline Skating Association Inline Skating Resource Center

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