Dillon Lloyd, Laserdick and I headed out to the public built Vanier trails in downtown Vancouver a few day’s before the hockey riots. We managed to have a good time riding the first section and I fired of a few quick shots while at the same time dropping my brand new flash and receiver in the dirt. Besides the filthy flash we had a great time. A big thanks to Vancouver for being so rad.
While we wait and check out all the awesome names everyone is sending in for our Facebook contest, check out a few iPhone snaps Chris Martindale sent over from our Boston / NY tour… Defgrip gallery and Props edit coming soon!
We’re running a contest on our Facebook page for everyone out there to see who can come up with the best/most original/funniest name for Greg Flag’s handlebar grind. You can see the trick in the photo above from our article in Ride or you can check out our Vegas/Phoenix trip video again to really get a good idea of what the trick looks like. The winner of the contest will receive a new set of XLT bars!
Become a fan of our Facebook page and submit your idea on our wall, feel free to post as many as you like. Contest closes Monday, June 27, all submissions must be posted on our Facebook page, not in the comments here on the blog or sent in via email.
Here is the edit from our team trip to Phoenix and Las Vegas. Featuring Dillon Lloyd, Greg Flag, Jaumell Capmbell, Andrew Lazaruk, Travis Collier and Harrison Boyce. Make sure to check out the article in the new Ride with 9 pages of awesomeness from the trip!
Video by Harrison Boyce
Filmed by Harrison Boyce and Andrew McMullen
Edited by Harrison Boyce
Foals – Blue Blood
Shigeto – Ann Arbor Part 2
Shigeto – Children at Midnight
Dillon Lloyd just built up a dope new Borato and he says it rides “pretty Jase” which means real good. Macneil blazer fork, 20.75 borato frame, 8.75″ How To Conquer Add. tp://macneilbmx.com/products/bars/”>XLT bars, top shelf stem, primary wheels with purple hubs, fat capital seat, consplined cranks, and 28t light splined sprocket.
Black and purple, black and purple
The Stache, 3 weeks deep, 3 years older