Here’s part 2 of Chris Silva’s web video series Half Empty/Half Full. This time spending less time in backyard pools, and more time in the streets of Toronto doing what he does best!
Filmed by: Ruthless Aussie, Nariman, & Brian Christopher
Spot lord Silva has done it again. At this point he has a sixth sense about spot location, and is probably riding your parents pool right now. Indoor pools, the finest cellar doors, and pegless X-up grinds can be expected here. Who’s house did he have to break into for that first spot? Look out for Part 2 coming soon titled “Half Full”.
Filmed By: Matt Colenbrander, Nariman, Chris Cadot, Ruthless Aussie, Ben Rinne, & Peter Dai
This year for our annual Business trip we decided to head to Toronto, with the plan of stacking some clips for Business 2. We ended up having an incredibly productive trip so decided to put together this video of the time we had and release it on the web. I’m stoked on our crew for killing it riding and partying, one of my favourite trips to date. Don’t forget to check the gallery of disposables we shot during the trip.
We headed to Toronto this year for our Business trip, and figured rolling around with some disposable cameras in our pockets would be a great way to capture the essence of what BMX trips are to us. So each of us stocked up on disposables so we could snap pictures throughout the day (and night) as quick as possible when something worth shooting came up. The results were awesome and pretty funny. This is just a small amount of the shots we snapped but are some of the best.
Even though these pictures are from different days over the course of the trip, I wanted them to be laid out in such a way that it shows a pretty average day on our bikes while on a trip. Here’s what we came up with, Enjoy!
This coming Saturday, June 14th at Dufferin Grove Park in Toronto, Chris Silva will be premiering the 5th in the series of Inner City Circle videos. Come out when the lights in the park go off around 11:00 and Chris will have his pirate premiere set up and airing his video in the open for everyone. Copies will be available, along with limited ICC merchandise. This is a public park, so please no bozo behaviour if you want events and places like this to continue to happen.
With a new video coming out, and an ICC archive website launched, I thought I’d ask Chris a little bit about this project, ICC history, and more. Read what he had to say below, and we’ll see you at the park on Saturday.