In a world of 15-second Instagram clips and constant social media churn, here’s a silver platter of Canadian BMX videos from recent months. This is the Northern Embassy’s Video Round Up.
13 minutes of west coast goodness from a wide range of characters. Spoiler alert: There’s a footjam to candybar in here. That should be a good enough reason to watch.
“Aside from many epic road trips through North America over the past near 2 years, this is how I spent the rest of my time in Vancouver, Canada. Sadly, we left earlier than hoped due to [the] Corona[virus,] but still stoked to be able to piece this video together and to be able to get back to Australia safe. I am so grateful to of called this place home and to have made many new amazing friends for life. We will be back Vancouver.” – Adam Cox
Riders: Josh Zylstra, Nick Halisheff, Mitch Campbell, Spencer MacFarlane, Colton Ponto, Adam Cox, Jason Lea, Jason Petersen, Corey Walsh, Santiago Martinez, Blake Prins, and Beau Matthews.
The Gorilla Jam hit a big milestone by celebrating its 10th year of existence. Austin Odegnal chopped up this edit with highlights from this year’s event. Shout outs to Josh August for putting in the work to make Gorilla Jam happen.
Riley Abramyk has been working hard on a full-length project he’s aiming to have out by 2020. He decided to chop up some footy and make up this sick little promo vid for it.
Bunch of heavy hitters in here so you already know this video is gonna be fire.
Canada’s Crazy Canuck, Corey Walsh is further proof that Canada’s youth movement is taking over. About 30 seconds into this one you’ll have the urge to blast something at full speed, Corey is sick. Reread his interview we did with him a while back here
We’ve been looking forward to this one for some time now, heavy hitters Brandon Webster, Nathan Hines and Adam Piatek made the trek to Vancouver Island for this new MacNeil edit. Riding some of the Island’s parks and avoiding the rain, Corey Walsh filmed/edited this wonderfully.
This shit is bananas, via DIG, Corey Walsh teamed up with Zach Rampen in search of holy pools in Vancouver, BC. Over the years you’ve very seldomly seen any pool footage out of the Vancouver area but Corey changed that. Alot of work goes into making a pool rideable, good on Corey for scouting and putting in work to make it happen. Zach shot this beautifully and gives you the feel that you are on the deck watching Corey dive in.
“Corey Walsh has one thing on his mind for the last month in the Fall of 2015… pools. Strung out like some kind of addict, you’ll find Corey in some strangers backyard, staring longingly into google maps, or up to his gumboots in pool scum. Needless to say, Corey’s life was a mess, but for an underlying purpose. After scouting, draining and cleaning – the pools were ready. Watch Corey roast these Vancouver gems and get weird with it!
Filmed and edited by Zach Rampen ZACHRAMPEN.COM” Digbmx.com