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Eyecontact: Ian Fleming Interview & NYC Trip Section

Not all heroes wear capes, but Ian Fleming should. Ian is amongst an elite and very short list of Canadian BMX filmers/editors who are constantly out stacking, travelling, and just fucking living. Ian’s filming is always on point and his editing style is absolutely incredible. Every full-length he puts out represents the crew he’s out …

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No Drents in Londo

The dude Ian Fleming just sent through this great little nugget from a trip to London with Andrew Phillips, Alexis Leger, Matt Comeau, Paul Slaunwhite, Colin Kenny, Harrison Forward and Damien Maclean. Although it looks like they had a great time and rode a bunch of amazing spots, they probably didn’t enjoy it one bit …

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Business: Famvision 1

We’ve been working on a full length DVD for a while now. Every so often, some of the homies will decide to bless us by documenting certain days out filming. Here’s a bunch of behind the scenes clips from a handful of days/nights, some in Nova Scotia and some in Montreal. Filmed and edited on …

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Business Prize Pack winner – Jesse Lavallie

Filmed and edited by Braden Beck, this Saskatchewan boy impressed us all with some really quick bar skills and rad tight lines. A huge thanks to Business BMX for supporting this contest and the Canadian scene!! We can’t wait for Business 2 Full business clothing line available soon on

Business: A day in 16mm

[vimeo id=”122746516″]   Byron Kutchera just put together this little video filmed on 16mm film. His goal was to show what a typical day cruising around Halifax is like and he nailed it. Really stoked on how the film looks and how it turned out, all the film burns and slow-motion effects were done in-camera …

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San JoSelf Filmed – Ian Fleming

This is sick, Ian Fleming (of Business BMX) was in the San Jose area of Cali for a week for family business and brought along his bike to cruise around. He decided to film this chill 5 clips style, self-filmed video.