Antoine Nau does it for us over in France with the help of Unleaded and dude goes hard. Peep his 2014 year end edit and be sure to check out his clips in ‘Any Means Necessary’ which is showing up worldwide as we speak for FREE! And if you’re in France, get out to Unleaded to get everything you need MacNeil related, those dudes hold it down!
Northern Embassy put together a good Q&A with Zach Rampen, the man largely responsible for what you’re going to see when you check out our new team video, ‘Any Means Necessary.’ Zach logged a ton of time behind the lens and behind the computer putting this thing together and this interview gives you a good bit of insight into the process. Go check it out here and if you’re in the Toronto area tomorrow, come out to 3Ride at 3PM to check out the video with some of the team!
The dudes at Northern Embassy did a quick ‘Setups’ interview with Chris Silva that you should go check out. As you can tell from the photo, Silva’s filming setup is pretty elaborate so it’s in your best interest to go read the interview here to really get some insight into it. Also, if you haven’t checked it out yet, peep Chris’ part in the most recent ICC video, ‘Five to Ten,’ and get pumped for his section in ‘Any Means Necessary.’ Shit is real.
Our new team video, Any Means Necessary, is starting to show up in shops worldwide and we’re gonna be hosting some viewings of it starting in the new year. Come out to 3Ride Toronto on Saturday, January 3 @ 3PM to check out the video with a bunch of the team. There’ll be some free swag and a copy of the video for everyone! We’ll also have a 19+ showing that night downtown at a venue TBA for some adult beverages. Everyone busted their asses on this one so come and check it out!
Now that winter’s here, we made sure our warehouse was a decent home-away-from-home for the dudes out here in Vancouver. Adam Piatek, Amos Franke and Greg Flag all throw down and christen the modular set up proper. Watch out for more indoor goodness down the line, cuz winter sucks.
Filmed and edited by Zach Rampen
Music: Flying Lotus, ’1983′
We just got Gabe Truax’s team page up for everyone to check out. Go peep it here and, if you haven’t seen it yet, press play on his ‘Welcome to the Team’ edit again below.
Our dude John Manaras and his crew put together this quick edit from a session at their hometown DIY park in Bogiati. Check it out for some chill vibes! Filmed by Dimitris Maniatis and edited by Ronny Skevis.
We’re stoked to welcome Southern Ontario shredder Gabe Truax to the team. Gabe’s been killing it for a while now in the Dundas/Hamilton scene and even though this edit is on the short side, it gives you a good idea of what to expect from this dude. Go follow him on Instagram at @gabetruax and stay tuned for his full team page and more, coming soon! Welcome to the team, Gabe!
Filmed and edited by Dan Cauchi.
Brand new Vancouver-based shop Atlantis recently hi-jacked the Eye Sore series and dropped a Van-city special featuring Greg Flag along with a ton of other dudes from the west coast. Check it!
Chijioke Okafo has a great interview over on the Northern Embassy site where he talks about a ton of stuff including music, his cats, his inability to leave his bike setup the same for too long, and tons more. Head over to their site and check it all out here including some rad shots by Mason Gray and Trent Barker (above).
Our dude Chijioke Okafo has been on a pretty serious mission lately and has been killing it all season. He recently landed a spot on Merritt with fellow teammate and biological twin Greg Henry, who has a guest clip in this edit. Press play on this one and enjoy it, you’ll probably want to watch it twice. Congrats, Chi!
Huge thanks to all of the riders who came out to have some fun and get weird at our second annual Sick As Hell-O-Ween Jam at Railside park in Port Coquitlam. Everyone had a great time thanks to the weather and Wheelies BMX Shop for kicking in some additional obstacles and prizes. Our dudes Adam Piatek and Amos Franke have some dope clips in here along with everyone else. Shawn Duffield shot a bunch of photos throughout the day that you can check out after the jump as well. See you next year!
Filmed and edited by Zach Rampen.