This video filmed and edited by Carl France of Colin Thiessen at the Winnipeg Warehouse is really good. Plenty of creative moves and speed for such a small space. A couple homie clips from Wayne Hartman, Matt Perrin, and Carl in there too. Start your morning off with watching this.
Damn, there’s something in the water in Winnipeg. Da Peg Show is back with this banger 5 minute mixtape. Even fresh off the heels of the Colin ‘N Franz edited from a few weeks ago, these guys produced an amazing new edit. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, Shawn Franz is a name you should remember. The hop 5 at the 5:00 mark was a move of grace, and you either have grace or you don’t. Lots of great riding from him, Louelle Smith, Colin Thiesen (butt slide at 1:07), Wayne Hartman, and plenty more.
New Repset teaser is dope as hell. Super well put together by Beal, including some funny Canadian quotes from that 70’s show and some really dope clips from Winnipeg locals including Matt Perrin, Carl Wood and Wayne Hartman. Wayne’s last few clips are ridiculous, god damn!
Damnnn, Winnipeg bringing some heat in the dead of winter! Here’s some footy Matt had of Wayne Hartman shredding the Winnipeg warehouse from last winter, filmed and edited by Matt Perrin. Thanks for hooking this up homies!
Matt Perrin put together this dope edit of himself and friends (Wayne Hartman & Shawn Franz) shredding Winnipeg and surroundings. Matt has an awesome style (almost a mix of David Grant/ Tom White) and takes shit to some bigger street “fire” spots making this edit a real good watch.
“I’ve been filming on and off for roughly the last two years and here is a taste of what I have filmed. My friends and I have filmed in Winnipeg, Edmonton, Minneapolis, St. Catharines. More Videos soon! ENJOY!”
– Matt Perrin
Big thanks to Matt for hooking this up, looking forward to more edits!
This was taken on a rooftop that’s better than some skateparks. But it’s a pain in the ass to get on. First you have to climb on the first building, then walk across the top wall for eight feet. On the day I shot this the cops came and we all tried to run. As any photographer or filmer can attest, I was the last one out. By the time I ran across the wall to the second building, everyone tossed their bikes and jumped. Jumping off buildings with camera equipment sucks. Anyway, Wayne Hartman spins the bars over one of the big hips, warming up, right before the cops showed up.
– Dave Hawthorne
To be honest, when I first hit up Wayne about this interview I didn’t know much about him. I knew he killed it on a bike, and everyone who has ever met him had a lot of good things to say. After putting together this interview I completely agree with everything anyone has ever told me about him. From moving away from his small hometown (population 4366), his dirt roots, to reasons he loves being a Canadian and a number of other topics, this interview covers just about it all. Wayne is a true Canadian BMXer/shredder, so read on. Huge thanks goes out to David Hawthorne for shooting these awesome photos.