"Vagabond Squad" is a full-length video from Canada’s Weird & Revered crew. Filmed from 2016 to 2019, the project is community rooted with a strong focus on the Edmonton BMX scene. Although a majority of the clips are from the crew’s home city, the footage spans 9 countries, 8 American states, and 4 Canadian provinces and territories.
With much of the Weird & Revered crew residing in the Canadian province of Alberta, long and cold winters are the norm. Thankfully, the riders have a few options for indoor parks scattered across the province. "Indoor Refuge 2" is a small taste of winter BMX riding in the Great White North.
Canada's Weird & Revered crew spent three years filming for their full-length film, Vagabond Squad. Inevitably, they collected plenty of footage, some of which didn't make it into the final cut of the film.
For the past three years, Canada’s Weird & Revered crew has been hard at work on a full length BMX film entitled, "Vagabond Squad." The film is community rooted with a strong focus on the Edmonton BMX scene.
“Street Vultures Mixtape” is the crew’s fourth web video for this pre-DVD series. The video features street footage from a large portion of the crew in their home province of Alberta. There are also some clips and b-roll from California and Mexico.
Back in February 2018, Thomas Henderson, Jesse Baraniuk, and Justin Schwanke ventured to Panama for a filming trip. Aside from a few days in a beach town called San Carlos, the trio spent most of their time in Panama City. With a small riding scene, intense traffic, and extremely tight security, it soon became apparent that stacking footage would be tough.
For the past three years, Canada's Weird & Revered crew has been working on a DVD entitled, "Vagabond Squad." To promote their upcoming full-length project, the boys will be dropping weekly web videos every Wednesday leading up to their May 11 premiere in Edmonton, Alberta. "Wagons West" is the first of their web videos which documents a summer road trip through Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, British Columbia, and Alberta.