Name: Maxime Chalifour Age: 18 years old Hometown: Montreal, Quebec, Canada Hook-ups/Sponsors: La Cribs bike shop, Freegun, Mauvais garçon tattoo shop, Annelies Ricard personal training coach and Cirque du soleil.
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-Spot to ride: 040bmx park, Joyride 150 -BMX video: There’s way too many good videos! Kyle Baldock Total BMX, Mike Varga DK, Logan Martin late 2013 and so much more...! -Website: YouTube -Web video: Kyle Baldock Total BMX
-Twitter to follow: Don’t have one -Person on Instagram: @techordie -Travel destination: Australia -Riders to ride with: Joel Bondu, Jeffrey Whaley, Kevin Fabregue, Hugo Larochelle, Jaden Chipman, Niko Werlé and everyone else.
It seems crazy that riders go down an 8 meter hill at 60 km/h with 7 other riders on their side with no particular safety gear to protect the body. But Tory Nyhaug is one of those riders. The Canadian explains why in the interview right here.
Nitro Circus’ biggest moments, and some of its most notorious crashes, have come from the mind of Travis Pastrana. For the action sports icon, pushing the envelope is just another day at the office. But Pastrana also has the uncanny ability to encourage his fellow riders to go big or go home as well… In some cases despite their better judgment! Now with the 2018 You Got This tour, Travis debuts as executive producer to ramp up the shenanigans with the greatest, craziest, funniest show in Nitro Circus history. Kicking off September 28, 2018 at Montreal’s Centre Bell, Nitro Circus: You Got This will visit U.S. and Canada arenas this fall. Fans can get a jump on the action, though, with tickets on sale starting this Friday, March 9 at nitrocircus.com.
Adam Piatek Kink World Team Video! - Kink BMX Canada. Adam Piatek has been repping Kink in Canada for a little while now, but he finally came through with a banging piece officially welcoming him to the Kink World Team!
Name: Michael Gray Age: 24 Hometown: Newmarket, Ontario, Canada Sponsors:Haro bikes, Premium products, Vans, Demolition, The Space Brace, Sensus grips
You've lived in San Diego for a few years now, how is that treating you? Mike: It's a dream come true. California is a truly amazing place, and an absolute Mecca for bmx and pretty much everything. Next level food. Nice to stay warm all year too and be able to work with all the best media dudes daily. I really enjoy living there.
Still you manage to organise events back in Canada. What's the main reason you're doing that? Mike: I started an event called Canadian BMX Day a few years back, and the main purpose for our event is to give the local Toronto scene an amazing opportunity to win some prizes and have the most fun day