Kelvington‘s best [and only] bicycle stunt performer is here to deliver new video content for your entertainment needs. This time around, Brodie Gwilliam carves, airs, skids, and grinds his way through his indoor ramp set-up. Maximum traction. Maximum control.
Saskatchewan’s favorite freecoaster wizard, Braden Beck is back at it with another new video for MacNeil Bikes. We’ve come to expect insanely technical fakie and grind combos from Braden and this video has no shortage of that. With some fresh UK footage and a handful of brake clips for extra spice, this is a great watch beginning to end.
FILMING: Kelly Bragg and James Perry
LOCATIONS: Saskatoon, London, and Brighton.
Shaun Harrison just sent through this rad mixtape that him and his crew have been working on for a minute now.
“Spent 2 years Filming this, Did what we could with shitty weather and limited Spots.More to come Next year and do some more trips elsewhere, hope everyone enjoys the video. also Keep an eye out on shauns next Jam. April, 20th.”
Filmed by Shaun Harrison, Jasper Mclean Additional Filming by Duke & Teddy. Riders, Tyler Horness,Shaun Harrison, Roberto Ouwens, Jasper Mclean, Duke Thomson Kurz, Clayton Gibson, Johnny Godak, Zach Coutu, Brad Chambers, Boston Golden, Chevy Charbs, Jesse, Ronnie, Zendried Tomato, Teddy Bambrick, Luke Aubee.
Chad Ferch tears up the west coast streets in this new video for MacNeil BMX. This might take the cake for the most diverse music in a 4-minute BMX video. Onomatopoeia fans will rejoice at song #1. Onomatopoeia haters will be relieved once song #2 kicks in. Beep beep beep beep.
FILMING: Taylor Stos, Yannick Tysl, Ian Knopf, Kyle White, Regan Miller, Mitch Goodridge, Kent Fuller, Josh August, Madison Devito, Trevor Angelucci, Brandan Goodine
EDITING: Tristan Sweet
The Gorilla Jam hit a big milestone by celebrating its 10th year of existence. Austin Odegnal chopped up this edit with highlights from this year’s event. Shout outs to Josh August for putting in the work to make Gorilla Jam happen.
Manitoba’s Team Doink come through with a quick dose of skatepark footy in their latest edit. The Team Doink cycling organization would like to reiterate that Selkirk and Gimli are most certainly “in the hood.” This short film serves as a reminder that we should all take extra precautions when partaking in recreational activities in small town Canada. Was your vehicle left unlocked the last time you went to the skatepark? Did you leave your keys, wallet, and phone on the flat ledge? Poor decisions can have profound consequences. Think ahead, fam.
Cirque du Soleil performer and skatepark shredder, Joel Bondu put together this video from his travels across Canada and the USA. Van life.
FILMING: Chris Chitaroni, Steven Moxley, Carlos Deleon, Joel Bondu
EDITING: Joel Bondu