Here’s a brand new one Killemall Distribution dropped of Ryan Antle coming through with some heavy peg usage on the streets of Canada! Definitely one worth checking out!
The Killemall Distribution boys hopped in a plane and headed south to Austin, Texas to avoid the inevitable cold weather Canadia is facing this time of the year and have a hell of a good time. Check out this video to see the riding they got into during their visit!
“The Killemall team took a trip down to Austin for Texas Toast!
A week on the Lone Star State made for some interesting adventures and a lot of fun riding.
Riders include: DIrty Dave Myers (killemall distro), Owen Dawson (Division Brand), & Brandon Van Dulken (Colony, etnies).“
BSD‘s Canadian connects through Killemall Distribution, Jason Teet and Dave Laliberte, might have had a rough year with injuries, but that didn’t stop them from coming through with some wild riding for you guys to check out in their new split edit!
“even though BSD shredders Jason Teet and Dave Laliberte were broke off most of the summer (see Dave’s cast in most of the edit!) they managed top stack some clips for this joint edit. filmed in and around Vancouver BC Canada, you get to see some classic spots shredded, as well as Teet riding trees again (see his bike check from last year)
Jason Teet is pro for BSD and Dave Laliberte is on BSD flow through killemall distribution“
It’s been forever since I’ve seen some fresh footage of Dirty Dave Myers! This dude has been killing it for so long and it looks like he hasn’t slowed down one bit. Check out this dialed new video for Killemall Distribution up there in Canadia!
“the unofficial killemall team captain throws it down in the all street edit!
Dave has been a legendary western shredder for so long, and has been ripping it up hard the entire time.“
Over the past year or so, there’s been a couple riders from Canada that have been really catching my eye. One of those guys would be Colony‘s connect up there, Brandon Van Dulken. Brandon’s one of those riders that you can’t really classify into one thing since he’s proven that he can kill it at a park, send it down a handrail and roast a set of trails. With a steady stream of footage coming from him lately, we figured it would be a good time to get to know this guy a little better. Let’s see what he had to say!
Name: Brandon Van Dulken
Words and photos by Blaise Olson from Killemall Distribution
BMX trail season in a rain forest like the west coast of British Columbia is short lived, and in the harsh winters of Canada, pretty much non-existent. Sometimes it can rain up to 30 days in a row, so even riding the abundance of concrete parks we have at our disposal, unfortunately isn’t a reality. Street riding happens infrequently in the winter months, and it can be downright depressing if you’re one of those riders who needs to constantly search out new spots to shred, and then can’t ride them until the spring thaw.
Fortunately for the last year or so, a dedicated group of diggers and riders have been working on this spot to make the best of a season that has no mercy on bmx. The jumps are under a highway overpass, and are being shredded and worked on all throughout the winter months. Strangely enough, even though the trails are in view of houses, city workers, and passing traffic, they endure and thrive in plain site (knock on wood).
For 5 weeks in January and February, we shot photos to capture the jumps, and the riders shredding them, for posterity. As you’ll be able to see in the pics, the lighting conditions on most days were less than ideal: intense fog often came off the adjacent river, when it’s not dark grey and raining the sun only hit there for a few hours a day, and then it would get dark again early. Regardless of the difficult lighting, I’m pretty happy with the outcome and hope you enjoy the photos!