Chris Cadot Tag

17 Aug BMXFU DIY by Chris Cadot

When BMXFU’s DIY bridge spot was shut down, it didn’t take long for them to begin working on Knife Spot. There’s something awesome about a DIY spot that’s hard to put to words. Chris Cadot puts knife spot in pictures while Greg Henry and Kenny Oliver give their opinions on the matter. What makes a DIY spot better then a skatepark?

  • "Hard question because at the end of the day they are the same thing. A place made to ride skateboards and BMX. That being said, anyone who has spent time at both kinds of places knows there is something special about a good DIY spot. DIY's are true labor of passion. A good DIY spot is a symbol of blood, sweat and money donated by passionate people. More so then anything a good DIY is a symbol of a community. A community of like minded, passionate individuals with a common goal." - Greg Henry
  • "For myself a DIY spot isn't really more special to me than a skatepark. The special thing to me is the time I get to spend riding with my friends. I've always been in to all aspects of building; so I would have to say that is my favourite part about having a DIY spot. I get just as much out of building the spot as I do riding it." - Kenny Oliver
  • K-man slingin em
  • Kenny - Ice
  • Lee - downside ice
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04 Jun Chijioke Okafo Spring 2015 for REPSET

Anything with the words Chijioke Okafo, Repset and Chris Cadot should be an automatic stop everything your doing and watch.

“Chijioke has been down with the ‘SET since day one and has been killing it on a bike just as long. Chris Cadot put together this collection of footage filmed by himself and a mix of Chij’s homies in and around Toronto / Niagara region. Watch out for more from Chijioke this year.

Our spring line is available in our online store now as well with free shipping anywhere in North America. Free stickers with every order, too.” REPSET

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30 Mar BMXFU – Meow Mix by Chris Cadot

Cadot has been putting in work for this mixtape over the past year and it came out so sick. “”Last summer we came up with the idea to make a mixtape “Meow Mix” to hold people over till Fu666 drops. Thanks to everyone who was involved, chipped in behind the camera and sent in clips. Watch it with your buddy pally’s, get swirly, light up a diggity dope stick, get black out drunk and re-watch it. Hope ya’ll enjoy. Fu666 out soon.”

Riders: Brad Hill, Jordan Krupa, Lee Dennis, Jake Montgomery, Trent Barker, Greg Henry, Shawn Swain, Paul Hoerdt, Chris Cadot, Kenny Oliver, Charlie Crumlish, Jordan Dwan, Nick Dagg, Andrew White, Chris Orbell, Dave Wininger, Glen Hoerdt, Chijioke Okafo, Greg D’Amico, Spencer Longo, Jack Leonard, Chris Silva, Jeremy Deme, Gabe Truax, Spencer MacFarlane, Dave Raffa, Dakota Welbourn and Mark Hoerdt

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26 Mar TBT – Chris and Chi

Our homie Chris Cadot has been working his ass off on the BMXFU Meow Mix tape which is dropping tomorrow so what better timing to post a TBT of him and Chijioke Okafo shredding Joyride during a winter sesh last year. Check back tomorrow for Meow Mix, you’ll be glad you did!

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Huge thanks to the BMXFU homies for hooking this up!

“Quick edit of our trip to Montreal last weekend. Best humans ever. Speaking for everyone; Thanks Erv Hoerdt for the trailer, Red Bull Canada for the donation, Tbone, Sticker Kids, Le Taz Skatepark and last but not least Mike Samson at Twisted Sticker.” – Chris Cadot

Filmed by-
Chris Cadot
Lee Dennis
Jordan Krupa
Glen Hoerdt

Edited by-
Chris Cadot

Project Pat – Flexington

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22 Sep Chris Cadot for 3Ride Toronto

We’re excited to premiere this video of our regular contributor Chris Cadot in this edit for 3Ride Toronto. Chris has been slowly amassing a collection of clips filmed throughout Toronto with his own unique style, grace, and high bun. Don’t miss this one today.

Filmed by Jeremy Deme, T-Bone Barker, Chijioke Okafo, Lee Dennis, Jake Montgomery and Chris Silva. Edited by Jeremy Deme.

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11 Aug Toronto Island Afternoon – Dem Island Boyz

Unbeknownst to a lot of people that aren’t from Toronto, there is a small island south of the city appropriately titled Toronto Island. It is the exact opposite of the rest of the city, in that it is quiet, peaceful, full of green space, has (relatively) clean beaches, and not populated with cars. It also has a very small and modest skatepark.

We decided to take a trip over for the afternoon to see what fun we could have with it, soak up some sun, and have a BBQ. Before we got much riding in we found ourselves dodging the rain, hiding under gazebos, and sharing food with other visitors, before we ultimately got to the beach for some sunny skies during a break in the weather.

Check out this short video of our Toronto Island afternoon with riding from Chijioke Okafo, Chris Cadot, Trent Barker, and Scott Barker. Filmed and edited by Chris Cadot.

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