Photo Tag

Chase Davidson Photography
Cory Wiergowski CDP Chase Davidson had a busy 2013. Upon graduating, he drove/moved from Southern Ontario to just outside Vancouver BC, which apparently still wasn't a big enough year for Chase as he then made the decision to move to Japan and work at the British Hills ski resort. Up until 2013 I knew Chase could kill it on a bike, what I didn't know was how much he could kill it behind a lens. Chase has taken countless amazing pictures in the past couple years and he has graciously chosen some of his favorites to be featured on our site. Along with a short write up as to why each photo means so much to Chase, read on to see some amazing photos which will surely brighten your day. "This is the first photo I ever had published in a magazine (DIG BMX Magazine March/April '12 issue 87) and also the first time I've travelled by plane to stay with Detroit homies Cory Wiergowski and Nick Bullen at the scum house in Peoria, Arizona for three weeks. This photo is of Cory's bike chillen in one of the many ditches we rode throughout my stay." - Chase Davidson
Brody Huk Photo Feature
Brody Huk came through with some real good flicks.  Shot in the Hamilton/Burlington/Oakville area.  Check after the jump for some more.
Toronto BMX Jam
The Toronto International Bike Show has evolved over the years. Like many riders these days, I've been going since the La Revolution contest days, seen it transformed to the enormous Metro Jam series, in to the Ricoh Coliseum, and now in to it's present state as the Toronto BMX Jam. From mega-pros traveling from Europe, Japan, and South America to attend, to Canadian and American riders trekking across the country to get squeezed in to the pro and amateur slots, the event has had it all. I'm not trying to say any specific time period or incarnation of the contest was better than another. They all have had their ups and downs. What does keep me coming back to the show for the first weekend of March every year is the people. After a long winter, the bike show is often the first chance most people have to see each other in a long time, catch up with old friends, make new ones, put faces to names you've heard, and for some getting drunk in the stands. I'm not going to try and bore you with a run down of who did what trick, who qualified in what place, or who smashed bottles at the Dance Cave. Those things can likely be found on a number of other sites already (with the exception of the Dance Cave part - those actions go undisclosed). Instead, here's an offering of photos of some of the people that make attending the Toronto BMX Jam every year what it is.