“You’re in the middle of winter, it’s dark before going to work, it’s dark when you finish. The weather is consistently shit, your fingers are close to falling off due to the cold and the motivation to even leave the house is a struggle at best. Emerson Morgan and Harry Mills-Wakley on the other hand have different plans for the winter. They took on the “Night Shift” and kept things alive during the bleakest time of the year. It’s quite a task to film enough during the summer let alone the winter. Donned with the night light there was no stopping these two! Filmed on the streets of Bristol, England between November and January we give you the Night Shift.” – DIG
The crew over at United have given Harry Mills Wakley his very own signature colorway for their Incarnate frame! Get a look at Harry putting his Lilac Incarnate frame to heavy use out in the streets in this very dialed promo video above, then scroll on down for full specs, details and photos of this BMX frame built for the riders looking for a more responsive street frame out there!
“United have given smooth as silk team rider Harry Mills-Wakley his very own lilac signature colourway for their increasingly popular Incarnate frame. Harry went for a signature Lilac as his colourway and then put the new whip to work on the not so dry streets of England. Teaming up with Oscar Daesche, this duo put together something special. Enjoy!
Filmed & edited: Oscar Daeche” – DIG
United Incarnate Frame
The United Incarnate frame is made from full 4130 Seamless Sanko Japanese chromoly tubing that is butted and tapered with a 75.5-degree head tube angle, 70.25-degree seat tube angle, 11.75″ bottom bracket height, 8.75″ standover height and a 13″ chainstay length. The frame has an Integrated head tube, gussets on the top and down tubes for strength, a mellower seat tube angle to bring the Mid bottom bracket forward to make the frame feel a little smaller without actually changing the top tube length, an ultra slim cast wishbone on the chainstay, a wide rear end for plenty of tire clearance with thickened chainstays for additional strength and 14mm dropouts. This is a completely BRAKELESS frame, so there are no mounts or guides.
The United Incarnate frame is available in 20.8″, 21″ and 21.2″ top tube lengths with a weight of 5 lbs. flat. If you aren’t feeling the Harry Mills Wakley Lilac colorway, the frame is also available in Corey Martinez Flat Mint Colorway, Raw, Flat Translucent Brown and Flat Translucent Smoke Black. The Incarnate frame goes for $386.78 and can be picked up through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry United Bike Co. worldwide now.
What do you think of the Incarnate frame from United? Did you have any questions? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
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The United team get down in Toulouse in this fresh video!
You can always count on the United team to come through with the goods when they have a new video to check out! This time around they made their way to Toulouse, France to spend some time exploring the endless spots around the city! This is jam packed with excellent riding and spots, and Alex Valentino crushed it with the filming and editing! You won’t want to pass this one up!
“Harry Mills-Wakley, Tom Deville, Fernando Laczko, Jordan O’Kane, and Fooman travel to the French city of Toulouse to sample over eight centuries of architecture. The guys come through with some serious heat in this and with teammate Alex Valentino in tow behind the camera, needless to say, it’s a pleasure on the eyes.
Filmed and edited by Alex Valentino” – DIG
The Eclat team loaded up in a motorhome for a week of road trip in Spain…
Here’s a dialed new one from a road trip in a Motorhome some of the Eclat team took during a recent visit to Spain! Needless to say, the crew had plenty of luck finding spots to ride and they ended up with a TON of great clips. This looks like it was an awesome trip and the motorhome made for a more luxurious ride than hanging out in a 15 passenger van like most trips for teams go these days. Hit play and check out all the heat. Dialed riding, great spots, plenty of sun and some damn good film work.
“A week in Southern Spain with Jordan Godwin, Jordan O’Kane, Stuart Chisholm and Harry Mills-Wakley. The crew rented a camper van for the week and decided to live the good life on the road.
Filmed & Edited by Cal Earnshaw
Special thanks to SNAP distribution” – DIG
The United team made their way to Morocco to explore place and ride its spots.
The second round of “No Foreign Lands” from United has arrived. This time around the squad made their way to Morocco to see just what the place had to offer for sights, sounds and spots to ride. We don’t see a lot of BMX videos coming out o Morocco, but it’s safe to say this place has plenty to offer when it comes to spots to ride. Here’s a look at what the crew stacked for clips during their stay. Amazing riding, real good spots and super dialed film work. Everything about this kicks ass and makes it a Must See!
“The ‘No Foreign Lands’ video series from United continues today and damn it’s a goodie. Justin Care, Tom Deville, Harry Mills-Wakley, Ben Gordon, Fernando Laczko, Sebastian Anton and filmer Peter Adam head to the north African country of Morocco and have the trip of a lifetime. As usual the young crew handles business like they have ten+ years on the road under their belt, and new additions Justin Care and Ben Gordon really go in on their first team trip with United.
We’ve got another 52-page DIG X United ‘No Foreign Lands’ zine via the lens of Fooman, so look out for that at your local United dealer!
Filmed and edited by Peter Adam” – DIG
Harry Mills Wakley brining the heat for his latest United BMX video!
Here’s one that’ll get your week off to a great start. United just released this new Harry Mills Wakley video that’s jam packed with excellent riding on some great spots over in the U.K! Harry has a pretty laid back and effortless style, and he’s not stranger to putting his pegs to heavy use on every rail he comes across. Hit play and check out a ton of awesome clips!
“Harry spent a little time with UK filmer Ryan Hallett filming for this latest edit. Time was spent around Harry’s home town and a few trips to Plymouth for some extra UK crust. Throw in some bits and pieces from Barcelona and this is the final product.
That ledge to road gap at Macba…
Filmed by Ryan Hallett
Song – reverberation – 13th floor elevators” – United BMX
United have uploaded the first team mix section from “Still United”!
Here’s another gem from the United DVD “Still United” that came out last year. This time around we get the first team mix section featuring Sebastian Anton, Fernando Laczko, Nico Terrez, Tom Deville and Harry Mills Wakley putting a hurting on street spots galore. Excellent riding, spots and film work, plus a real good vibe. You won’t want to pass this one up!
“STILL UNITED 2016
Filmed and edited by Peter Adam
“We’ve been super excited to hold online premieres of Christian Rigal and Jeff Kocsis‘ sections from the incredible new ‘Still United’ DVD and now we’ve got another one for you lucky people. Next up is this mix section featuring some of United’s younger guys out there. Sebastian Anton, Fernando Laczko, Nico Terrez, Tom Deville, and Harry Mills-Wakley handle business in a big way.”
The United team spent some time exploring spots in Lyon, France and ended up with this amazing new video!
Here’s one that’s almost a bit bitter sweet! The United team made their way to Lyon, France to spend a few days exploring the city and stacking clips. The reason it’s a little bitter sweet is because this was the last trip Nathan Williams took as a member of the United team after 11 years of traveling the world with them. Needless to say, the team ended up with an absolute BANGER of a video that you can enjoy now! Amazing spots, excellent riding, dialed film work. You can’t pass this BMX video up!
“We’re excited to present this new video series from United, ‘No Foreign Lands’ that will run throughout the next year. The first destination was the heavily explored city of Lyon in France. Despite it’s well-ridden spots the United crew, consisting of Nathan Williams, Sebastian Anton, Corey Martinez, Harry Mills Wakley, Alex Valentino and Tom Deville put their mark on the city in a big way.
So, the beginning of this new chapter marked the end of another as United’s founder Ian Morris explain below, with some pretty big news:
“This was Nathan’s last trip riding for United as you can see from the edit, he still put in 110% into it, even though we knew he was leaving the brand. This is testament to who he is as rider and a person. He’s been with the United for 11 years almost since the very first day. I can’t thank Nathan enough for what he’s done for us over the years. It’s been a pleasure and I wish him all the very best on his journey ahead.” – Ian Morris / United Bike Co
See the full photo feature in the new issue of DIG!
Filmed and edited by Peter Adam” – DIG