The dudes at Northern Embassy tossed up this rad Throwback Thursday edit of the one-and-only Greg Flag from the Presence DVD in 2008. There's so much wild shit in here so sit back and enjoy!
Chris Silva has some dope clips in this edit from the Harvester Bikes street jam that went down a bit ago in the Toronto area along with a ton of locals. Check it out!
Check out a few quick, chill park clips from our dude Antoine Nau out in France. Shout out to Pef and everyone at Unleaded for everything they do for us over there.
Our 3rd annual Sick as Hell-0-ween jam is going down Nov.1st at Railside park in PoCo. It's always a great time so dress up, come eat a few burgers and shred with some sick-as-hell riders. Thanks to Wheelies BMX Shop for their support in making this happen.
Jack Leonard is one of those riders who can ride a curb, a bump or a crack in the sidewalk for hours and make it looks so damn good and this edit is proof positive of that. This one's short and sweet but, never fear, Jack's always cookin' up more in the lab. Press play and watch the dude get down and go follow him on Instagram at @rajaclonked.
One of our OG 265C cruisers popped up in the '25 of the Best Bikes Photographed on the Streets of Vancouver' photo gallery on Vancouver is Awesome. This one's been pimped out a bit and looks dope! Check out the full photo gallery here. We've been working on some rad updated versions of the cruisers that will be available soon enough, stay tuned for more on all of that!
A while back we posted a video and some news from Brandon Webster about his trip to Hong Kong to film a video for a new app called 'Somday.' They just dropped this behind the scenes video from the entire thing that gives you a little more insight into how it all went down and what the dudes experienced while they were over there. Press play!
Brandon Webster took a trip down to LA at the beginning of the month to compete in Vital's game of BIKE at the Hollenbeck Plaza and they just posted the video of his round against Caleb Quanbeck that he ended up winning. Here's what Brandon had to say about the whole thing and check out the video below... "The Vital game of BIKE was a blast! It was one of the most relaxed and positive contests I've ever been to; riding with your friends at a plaza made it super easy to have a good time. To say the least, I had an amazing time!"
If you've ever seen Greg Henry out riding, odds are good that his bike is some sort of wild custom colour that was the result of a serious art attack. Greg recently did a custom job on his Borato V3 and sent over some photos of it as inspiration for the Instagram contest that we're launching today. The GH Art Attack contest is pretty straight forward, here's what you have to do... 1) Get creative and give your bike the wildest custom paint job you can think of 2) Take a photo, upload it to Instagram and tag us (@macneilbikes) and include the hashtag #MCNLARTATTACK 3) Greg Henry will the be judge for the whole contest and will choose the winner *Contest open to residents of Canada and USA only The winner will receive a brand new Borato V3 frame, GH's ride of choice at the moment. Get creative, get wild, and you could win yourself a fresh new frame! Contest closes Friday, October 24. Check out some more photos of Greg's bike after the jump and get inspired!
We just posted up Amos Franke's team page complete with a stack of great photos and his interview. Go check it out here and watch out for more from Amos soon! Go follow him on Instagram while you're at it at @amosf.
Brandon Webster was in Hong Kong a while back and while he was there he was featured in a commercial for a new social network app called Somday with fellow Canuck Mike Gray. The whole thing looks like it was a pretty great experience, check out what Brandon had to say about the whole thing below... 'So pretty much out of the blue I got a text from Mike Gray asking if I wanted to go on a free trip to Hong Kong, next thing you know I'm in contact with the mastermind behind the whole app, Jeremy Chan. Two weeks later I hopped on a 17 hour plane ride and spent a week riding the most significant landmarks in Hong Kong. Jeremy and everyone else involved in hosting us made it one of the best trips of my life. I learned a ton about Asian culture and got to party like kings. It was cool to be on a filming trip more focused on location than riding. The video turned out great and I believe there's another one coming soon!'