Its that time of the week, time for a Throwback Thursday. This one is of the rad dude Richard Gregory, I shot this photo sometime maybe 4 years ago in Vancouver Canada. Good times!
Been working on a bunch of new content recently along with a bit of a refresh to the current site.. so things have been a little slow while sort out that jazz. For now here’s a few more videos that have been kicking around for you to consume. Enjoy!
450 Salsbury #3 from Chilling Spree
Keen to Get Mean from Doyle
Matt Dalley Vic Quick Clips from Karl Periam
Airtime TV Road Trip from Karl Periam
One Session: Dean Gray at Redcliffe Skatepark by Flow Visuals BMX
Check this latest edit from the talent John Thompson of Blazeguard featuring our homie Jono Hopping killing the streets and parks around Vancouver City, Canada. Good vibes all round from Jono getting shit done.
This Mondays photo was sent is of J-Hopz who is currently spending his New Zealand winter in Vancouver Canada soaking up some sun and getting s$#t done.
Rider: Jono Hopping
Location: Vancouver, Canada
Photographer: Dude called Chris?
Jono Hopping sent through this video he put together from his recent trip to Vancouver, Canada. A quick little edit filmed over two days at Kirkstone and Hastings park. Featuring himself, Fraser Booth and Mike Hewson. There’s some really good clips in this edit and is a fun watch for sure.
On the subject of Vancouver..
Dave Struthers at Horseshoe Bay, Vancouver Canada, March 2009.
Here’s Part Two of the Muffin and Pedal road trip from Vancouver through Kelowna to Nelson.. Enjoy!
“Part 2 of the epic muffinandpedal road trip from Kelowna eastbound to Nelson. This edit features Slade Scheerer, Colin Peter Fried and Paul Moffat as they shred street and bowls from Slocan to Nelson.”
Here’s Part One of Muffin and Pedals latest edit.. nothing like a good old fashion BMX road trip!
“Crew of smelly BMXers from Vancouver take a roadtrip from Vancouver through Kelowna to Nelson. First Video embodies the Kelowna and Penticton days.” – The Captain.
Here’s a random photo I had sitting on my desktop of Paul Moffat riding the Woodyard in Vancouver. The Woodyard has to be one of the greatest backyard creations I have ever seen, and not to mention its twice the size now than pictured above.
Click through to check out a nice little edit Paul Moffat put together a while back of the Woodyard.