Eric Marshall Tag

Repset Teaser
Repset Teaser

New Repset teaser is dope as hell. Super well put together by Beal, including some funny Canadian quotes from that 70's show and some really dope clips from Winnipeg locals including Matt Perrin, Carl Wood and Wayne Hartman. Wayne's last few clips are ridiculous, god damn! ...

Meth Mangler Mix
Meth Mangler Mix

"Filmed mainly in Edmonton, and Calgary with a couple BC clips thrown in. There was no real direction while filming for this, just clipping on any regular session with the homies. There are some old clips, and some new that I just thought fit in place. Thanks to John Alden,...

EMBASSYS FU IN WINNIPEG
EMBASSYS FU IN WINNIPEG

Some FU homies came through Winnipeg for a weekend and these are all the scraps that we filmed at  the park. I threw together a little edit. The boys killin it in this edit are: Glen, Paul, Mark Hoerdt, Chris Cadot, Matt Jonsson, Cole Jonsson, Zane Mckinnon, Carl Prettyman, Matt Parrin, Dave...

Fun Fact: Eric Marshall

Here's a fun fact, skilled photographer, Winnipeg/White Rock/oil rig resident Eric Marshall can't sleep without his trusty sleep mask. Brad Hill flick....

Winnipeg Crew in Winkler
Winnipeg Crew in Winkler

Eric Marshall hooked up this dope edit of him and his buddies hitting a sweet indoor park in Winkler, MB. Spring is near....

REPSET / BMXFU / EMBASSY / VEGAS
After the great BMX exile that took place in Winnipeg this summer, the (cool) members of the REPSET Mansion unanimously decided that we would have to meet in Las Vegas for New Years Eve and get fucked up one last time before another inevitable hangout-hiatus. Myself, Eric Marshall, James McNabb, and Dave Mcnabb all flew out of our respective airports and met in Nevada's party capital to get loose for a week straight. Fortunately, our trip lined up with Brad Hill (a veteran BMXFU representative)'s excursion, and we got to spend a night or two with Marc Boudreau and Jeff Bedard. It was a recipe for disaster, so we grabbed some disposable cameras to take some pictures of some shit we'd probably regret later - for your viewing pleasure, of course. The disposable cameras were Eric Marshall's idea (he was also behind the lens for the majority of these photos), and they came out great. Enjoy.