Dave Hawthorne Tag

Dave Hawthorne Photo: Chris Silva 2008

"It been far too long since I sent a photo in. Here is one of Chris Silva. Feebs on the Queen campus in Kingston." - Dave Hawthorne...

Dave Hawthorne Photo: Wayne Hartman

This was taken on a rooftop that's better than some skateparks. But it's a pain in the ass to get on. First you have to climb on the first building, then walk across the top wall for eight feet. On the day I shot this the cops came and...

Dave Hawthorne Photo: Jordan Hango

Here's one from the Hawthorne vault. Jordan Hango with a blasted tuck no hander at the Hastings park in Vancouver, from the cover of RED Magazine issue 5 from the Fall of 2006....

The Wayne Hartman Interview
To be honest, when I first hit up Wayne about this interview I didn't know much about him. I knew he killed it on a bike, and everyone who has ever met him had a lot of good things to say. After putting together this interview I completely agree with everything anyone has ever told me about him. From moving away from his small hometown (population 4366), his dirt roots, to reasons he loves being a Canadian and a number of other topics, this interview covers just about it all. Wayne is a true Canadian BMXer/shredder, so read on. Huge thanks goes out to David Hawthorne for shooting these awesome photos.
David Hawthorne Photo – Dave Osato

Mr. David Osato tailwhip tailtap on a boat launch. Dave took looking for spots to a whole new level. The bank is made of rocks, he rolled downhill to hit it, and if it went bad he'd be in the lake. Awesome. About five hours after this photo was...

Dave Hawthorne Photo: Sam Lowe

Sam Lowe over grind in Vancouver. This was the first time anyone did an over-grind on this set up. This was on the cover of one of the Red issues. - Dave Hawthorne...

Dave Hawthorne Photo: Jason Enns

Dave Hawthorne sent over this dope photo: "Jason Enns over feeble to hard 1, I shot this a few years ago when Jason was living in Winnipeg, right before he moved to California. The mind strays to friends in warmer climes when the winter starts to buckle down." Thanks Dave! ...