Snakebite coming through with another classic for you to start your weekend off right! Here’s the full Fox Racing “Expendable 3” video that has an absolutely legendary lineup of riders! The video was released back in 2002 and features riding from Ruben Alcantara, Fuzzy Hall, The Shadow, Dave Mirra, TJ Lavin, Colin Winkelmann, Alan Cooke, Chris Doyle, Taj Mihelich, Brian Foster, Bruce Crisman, Luc-E, Mike Laird, Josh Harrington, Chad Kagy, Colin Mackay, Nate Wessel, Ronny Chalk, Punjab and more! This ha a little bit of everything from street to park, trails and flatland. Needless to say it’s a damn good watch, and I personally can’t even count the number of times I watched this one when it came out 19 years ago.
Now THIS is how you celebrate Christmas! The BP Trails down in Australia threw a Christmas Jam for all the locals to come out and have a full day of riding and good times on the dialed lines. Here’s a video giving us a look at all the riding and good times that were had from familiar faces like Colin Mackay, Josh Dove, Johnny Mackellar, Jason Watts and Chris James to a bunch of others. Hit play and take it all in!
“2019 BP Trails Christmas jam.
These trails north of Brisbane have been running for over 20 years and have been home to some of Australia’s best riders including Colin Mackay and Jason Watts. Was sick to finally get up there and get some footage. Cheers to the locals for putting in all the hard yards over the years and throwing the jam.
Supported by Lux Bmx, CMPN and Tempered Goods.” – Wayne Cant
The latest episode of The Head Angle Podcast has arrived and this time around Matt Holmes and Tom Boorman have Colin Mackay on the show to tell his story from how he got into riding, making the move to the U.S, riding in big contests, transitioning from a Pro rider to working for brands like Haro and now his current job, Vans, and much, much more! Colin has a long, amazing history in BMX and this is a super good listen! Hit play and take it all in!
“If there’s one rider that showcases just how far you can go on hard work and determination it’s gotta be Colin Mackay.
From humble beginnings not unlike any Australian rider, his drive and determination to take his riding to the world saw him forge a path that nearly every Australian rider since has followed.
His time spent on US soil now spans twenty years, yet his Australian pride runs deeper than ever. From the podiums, his sponsor changes, his place in a video game and current role as Team Manager for the biggest team in BMX under Vans, we delve into Colin’s rich BMX life. A life that still revolves around the simple thing that started it all.” – The Head Angle Podcast
After 12 years as a rider and team manager, Colin Mackay has decided to leave Haro Bikes…
The 2018 sponsor and brand change ups continue! The other week we found out that Tyler Fernengel and Jason Watts are Off Haro , now it looks like long time pro team rider turned team manager, Colin Mackay, has left his role at Haro Bikes to wrap up the year. No word on why, but it does sound like Colin might have something cooking already to start the new year on a better note.
“After 12 years with Haro, first as a pro team rider and then as team manager, the time has come for us to part ways. I am grateful to have met some of my best friends and to have had the opportunity to travel the world and create amazing memories. Looking forward to 2018!” – Colin Mackay
Mark Losey has just uploaded the entire “Pro Town: Greenville” BMX video he produced online for everyones viewing pleasure! This video came out back in 2011 right around the time Greenville was a huge BMX scene. Although things have calmed down there over the years, it’s still one of BMX’s most well known places in the world. This video features Dave Mirra, Ryan Nyquist and pretty much every other big name rider that has called the place home over the years, giving you some insight into what it was like living there, along with plenty of amazing riding and hilarious extras. Hit play and take this all in! Rest in Peace, Dave. It’s safe to say this video would likely not have happened without you.
“How did a small town hidden in North Carolina become the epicenter of competitive action sports? And what happens when best friends become each others’ main competition? With 34 pros and 21 Gold Medals, Greenville, North Carolina is unlike any town in any sport. The pros themselves explain how Greenville became so important, and what life is really like in Pro Town USA. Featuring elite action sports athletes including Dave Mirra, Ryan Nyquist, Ryan Guettler, Colin Mackay, Allan Cooke, Colin Winkelmann, Marcus Tooker, Austin Coleman, Josh Perry, Kelly Bolton, and many more. This 44-minute film examines what makes this incredible scene tick, with some of the best action of all time, and access that could only come from a true insider.”
All photos by Brett Curtis
If there’s one thing we know, it’s that building up a fresh new BMX bike is always a good time. The other day we caught wind that Colin Mackay was about to build up a new Haro SD V2 setup and we knew there was no way we couldn’t get a look at this new unit that he would be rolling around the world with this year! So, today, we’re stoked to give you a look at his brand new bike in this bike check! We also tossed in a few extra questions to find out what’s new with Colin! Let’s get into this!
Name: Colin Mackay
Head over to the Red Bull website to check out a round of Firsts and Lasts with Colin Mackay! Definitely some funny and interesting answers in this. LEGEND.
Colin Mackay + Trails + Super HD camera = So good. Hit that play button and enjoy this masterpiece!
“This winter has gone down in the record books as one of the coldest winters in history. Lucky enough, there was one day in late December that the weather warmed up enough for a day at the trails. Which sparked a very short impromptu film session with Colin Mackay on his home turf in Virginia Beach. The jumps were a bit weathered and worn from the winter rains, but the smaller outside lines were still rideable and made for a fun session.
Rider: Colin Mackay
Director/Editor: Terrell Gordy
Filmed on RED Epic in 5k“