Ryan Eles Tag

07 Nov Ryan Eles – Eclat

My dude Ryan Eles just dropped this heater that he’s been working on throughout the summer and it’s damn good. Sudbury has more to offer than just nickel and rough roads. The place is stacked with big rails, ledges, and crazy unique setups. Check it.

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17 Feb NE 2015 Photogallery by Zach St. Clair

Zach St Clair is a young Timmins/Markham/TO shredder who is known for his riding and as of late spot searching. Maybe a lesser known thing about Zach is that he’s also very talented behind the lens, wether it be filming or taking pictures. He was nice enough to put together this awesome 2015 photogallery for NE featuring some of his Ontario homies, check it.

 

  • Ryan eles with a crook 180 at a super sick spot in the city. Ryan slammed into the wall hard atleast 3 times halfcabbing out of this one.
  • Spencer with a toothhanger to 180 into traffic on a busy road in the east side.
  • Joel Fortin getting so much pop mid hard 180 bar. Jeremy Deme putting in work behind the lens as always.
  • Ryan Eles with a heavy nose bonk 180 on the bench and down the 2 block for the lens of Jeremy Deme on a cold day in Montreal.
  • DWOK member Jack leonard doing a stylish nollie 360 down this sick 2 block in Montreal.
  • Joel Fortin assuming the position to capture some biking for the Northern Embassy "Out Biking" mixtape filled with sick clips from a heavy selection of Joel's homies.
  • Garrett Kholer popping off this little wallride into a parking garage during a session this summer. Keep an eye on this kid, he learns new tricks everytime he rides and isn't slowing down.
  • Spencer Ryan learning new tricks at the spot with his first ever pegs to switch whip. Go watch his radio edit another time to see the footage.
  • Joel Fortin with another picture perfect example of how much pop he has.
  • Often behind the camera but not in this case. Jeremy Deme with a tight wallride. Presence Last Stand in the works as we speak.
  • Mandatory clip review after Ryan Eles pulled his line clean while probably listening to some thugger.
  • Ryan eles with a switch crook 180 crook indian at a key warmup spot in montreal on the OGCxMTL trip this october
  • Dylan Legget with a big 180 barspin to end a line, he has been quietly killing it in torontofor a minute. #skavageK (Photo by: Liam Regan)
  • Northern Embassy stickerslap on the docks.
  • Dylan Leggett with a scenic barspin in the fountains at dundas square.
  • Spencer with a pegs hard 180 bar on this dope out rail. Tyler Rizzi getting low for the angle.
  • Spencer with another banger. Ledge ride to nose bonk 360 into the road. Shout out to gold teeth.
  • Mad man Spencer Ryan getting gnarly with a gap to switch hanger going full speed, as always while filming for his Radio bikes edit.
  • Ryan with a switch pegs hard as seen in his Federal X OGCBMX edit. Ryan sessioned the rail with a few tricks then banged out the switch pegs hard second try.
  • Joel "working" on his tables and doing them super good at a fun tranny spot in toronto.
  • The Sus crew leader Mike Depetrillo sending a deece tailwhip after only straight jumping it once at a sick A-frame roof spot while we were out cruising this fall.
  • Brandon and I took a day trip to Barrie to film with the homie Joel Fortin. Webster on a switch hanger attempt moments before shoulder checking the pavement.
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15 Jan 2016 NE X JOYRIDE 150 Canadian Street Invitational – Recap Vid

Last Saturday January 9th, the first annual Joyride 150 X Northern Embassy Canadian Street Invitational was held.

The idea was simple, invite 10 amazing Canadian pros who live in the Ontario/Quebec area and watch them destroy the street room of Joyride 150. We although thought it could be awesome to host an Expert jam before the pros where each pro team would choose one expert.

The experts killed it and two were chosen: Cole Ramseyer and Austin Karker.

Team 1:
Mike Gray
Spencer Ryan
Justin Hughes
Dean Hartley
Gabe Truax

Team 2:
Dillon Lloyd (injured)
Brandon Webster
Greg Henry
Eli Taylor
Ryan Eles
Chijioke Okafo
Austin Karker

Both teams went off but team 1 would be named the champs. The overall vibe/atmosphere of the contest (if you even want to call it that) was amazing. Non competitive, just people stoked to be riding together and chilling together, which is the best. 2017’s will be bigger and better, start planning to come out to next years!

We can’t thank Joyride 150 enough for allowing this event to happen there. If not for Joyride’s expansion and creation of the street room years ago, many Ontario riders would suffer all winter having no real indoor spot to go to. Also thanks to Joyride for whipping up a new rail for the contest. Huge thanks to MC Prashant and Paul Hoerdt, filmers Chris Cadot, Joel Fortin and Mason Gray, all the riders who came out (especially Mike Gray/ Dilllon Lloyd for delaying their trips back to Cali for this event). Last but not least, a huge thanks to all of the sponsors: Haro, WTP, Vans, Eclat, Radio, The Boiler Room, Merritt, Fiend, Federal!

See you next year!!

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10 Jan NE x Joyride 150 Canadian Street Invitational – In the Books

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The first NE x Joyride 150 Canadian Street Invitational is in the books and it couldn’t have been better.

The experts killed it, Zack St Clair, Matt Stiehl, Stephane Sum, Mike Depetrillo, Spencer Longo, Jason Kearnan, Lee Giroux, to name a few. Cole Ramseyer got picked by Mike Gray’s team and won a sick Haro SD frame kit, Vans shoes and more. Austin Karker also killed it and got picked by Dillon Lloyd’s team winning the WTP Patron frame kit, Vans shoes and more WTP goods. Both also got the opportunity to ride with the pro teams.

Dillon Lloyd woke up Saturday morning with an unfortunate infection in his finger Saturday which didn’t allow him to ride but Greg Henry stepped into his spot and absolutely killed it, in greasy italian tank fashion. The pros groups were ridiculous, team 1 consisted of Mike Gray, Dean Hartley, Justin Hughes, Spencer Ryan, Gabe Truax and Cole Ramseyer and team 2 consisted of Brandon Webster, Ryan Eles, Eli Taylor, Chijioke Okafo, Greg Henry and Austin Karker, with Dillon coaching. Team 1 (Mike’s team) took the win but both teams absolutely killed it. A few insane NBDs were done, crazy lines, a ton of variety, a tone of rad stuff.

A huge thanks goes out to Joyride 150 for allowing this event to happen in their amazing street room (and even for welding together a sick new rail for the event). I think we speak for alot of Ontario street riders when we say that winters would be completely brutal without Joyride 150’s awesome street room. Not to mention there’s something special about never having to worry about skateboarders or scooters in the way. Thanks for every guys!!

A huge thanks goes to the riders for making it out to this, our judges (Chris Silva, Jeff Evans and Justin Skinner), filmers Chris Cadot, Joel Fortin and Mason Gray, announcers Prashant Gopal and Paul Hoerdt for holding it down on the mics, all the experts who rode, everyone who came out to check it out and of course our sponsors who truly allowed this event to happen: WethePeople, Haro, Vans, Eclat, Radio, Merritt, Federal, Fiend  and the Boiler Room.

Check back in the coming weeks for the offical edit of the madness!

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