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.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen some vaporwave inspired bike riding out of Vancouver… Rest assured, James Dean has put his love for synths to use in this new World Deece mixtape, “Most Podernism.” The full cast includes Shelby Hare, Drew Morton, Matt Perrin, Trent Krog, Ky Brisebois, Lynden Chartrand, Keenen Raymond, Andrew Gobbo, Tristan Sweet, Jake Mallichan, and James Dean.
Cache purge of footage from the PNW including Vancouver, Victoria and Portland.
Amos Franke, Zach Rampen, Thomas Arden, Colin Fried, Adam Piatek, Brandon Van Dulken, Orlando, Slade Scherer, Matt Desson, Barrett Skylerchuk, James Dean, Jordan Fair, Taylor Elvy, Duke Thompson-Kurz, Swerve, Jeff Jeglum, Andy Roode, Nik Lindstrom, Braden Barnard, Owen Dawson, Nigel Sapriken, Andrew Gobbo, Greg Flag, Kris Conn and Sean Cooke
By Oh So Visual
Audio by Eh Roy and MOSFETT
The ballots are now out on the submissions for our Five Clip Fever contest. While you wait in anticipation, watch this Five Clip featuring Gabe Truax for MacNeil Bikes. Gabe linked up with Andrew Gobbo at the Woodyard and put a fiver together. Stay tuned for details on the winners! Thank you again to everyone who has made this competition possible!
It appears the 11th iteration of the critically acclaimed Eye Sore series has been hijacked. The newly formed, Vancouver based shop Atlantis, has risen above the tides and hit up the streets. These hard Haida pirates will hijack any tanker, tugboat, or dingy in the Georgia Straight. Look out!
Andrew Gobbo just put together his latest volume of his project The DVX Files. Although we haven’t seen a new DVX File since last year, Andrew hasn’t skipped a beat. There’s something inherently Canadian about these edits and it doesn’t have anything to do with the riding or the spots. Maybe it’s just the Canucks fan in the intro. In actuality, it’s gotta be the vibe.
We all know people are using more and more advanced cameras everyday. Whether it’s a Red, a Phantom, or a FS-“Whatever”, the thought of a 3D edit or DVD is on the horizon. To bad Canadians just have to do everything first. Riley McMaster put this test out Four years ago on the Gnarwhale site. Walkie-Talkies, Space Arms and 3D BMX edits how much more Canadian can you get? Featuring Andrew Gobbo, Carl Arnett and Riley himself
Chilling Spree – In Your Face 3D 2014?