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 second instalment of Them’s video trilogy “ONE OF THEM”. This time featuring Nick Halisheff ripping some transition, and Riley Abramyk with some smooth street lines. Tossing a few Isaac Barnes clips in for good measure too. All put together by Matt Perrin.
Part 3 with Ky Brisebois coming soon.
“ONE OF THEM Pt.2 featuring Nick Halisheff & Riley Abramyk, with guest clips from Isaac Barnes. Nick kills everything, but this part will give you a good look at his bowl roasting capabilities. Riley closes the section with all the steeze, lots of tech, smooth lines in this one. Riley makes everything look good, and a lot easier than it is!” – THEM
Jon sent through this awesome video of a bunch of clips of him and his homies that he had on his phone. That indoor ramp setup looks mad fun.
Featuring Brandon Van Dulken, Chay Nelson, Nathan Dowdle, Travis Kozie, Nick Halisheff, Greg D’amico, Trevor Angelucci, Darcy Peters, Roy Rojas, Carson Donovan, Jay Park, Sam Jepson, Brenden Giese, Richard Gallant, Quintin Baptiste, Matthew Walser, Jason Lange and Myself.
Back in June we hit up Nick Halisheff to do an interview on NE and he’s been filming for an edit to go along side it ever since. Although the interview was done a while back and Nick now resides in Vancouver, have a read to get to know this Albertan born street shredder.
Name, age, where you’re living and where you’re from/born?
Ok dude! My names nick halisheff I’m currently living in Edmonton was born and raised their 18 years old
When and why did you first start riding bmx?
When I was about ten I’m pretty sure hahaha
Howd you get into it?
My mom bought me some Walmart bike when I was ten and I started doing wheelies and screwin around with it on the daily and since than that all I’ve wanted to do nothin beats the feeling of being on a bike everyday!
What’s your local park/ where did you grow up riding the most?
Local park would have to be kaskitayo in Edmonton and I grew up riding millennium skatepark.View Post
Holy shit!! Nick Halisheff is a name you won’t soon forget, Nick brings some bangers from Edmonton, AB. So much gnarly stuff in here mixed with some tech stuff as well, Nick flew in a little under the radar but he absolutely kills it!
“Nick Halisheff is the newest addition to the Transition BMX team.
Filmed in the streets of Edmonton, St. Albert and Sherwood Park, Alberta.
Welcome to the crew.
Song: Death’s Door – Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats
Edit: Nick Stein”