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Our very own Dr. Wade Nelson sat down with Harvester BMX for a podcast. Give it a watch/listen.
The picture above, from 1985, is my very favourite BMX photo. I will of course acknowledge that my next favourite three – Brian Foster with the scrub table, Dave Vanderspek’s table-top bunnyhop, and Vic Murphy’s table off a curb, are … CHECK OUT MORE
I recently came across this picture of one of my bikes from 1997. I had been riding a trans-green over chrome Hoffman Bikes Condor (that I got direct from Steve Swope) for three years, and then had briefly switched to … CHECK OUT MORE
This picture was taken in 1986 on the street in front of my rural childhood home in Langley, British Columbia, Canada. Our driveway was not paved, so this was the closest flatlanding spot to where I lived. I am not … CHECK OUT MORE
Above and below are pictures of an seventy-year-old man named Henry riding one of my bikes around The Forks skateboard park a few years back. The park is located at the centre of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada where the Red and … CHECK OUT MORE
One of the most interesting BMX experiences that I’ve had in the past 35 years of BMXing happened at the end of the summer of 2015. Indeed, I never would have thought that I would get any further BMX media … CHECK OUT MORE
Our very own contributor Wade Nelson put together this quick edit for the Northern Embassy site. Big thanks to Shawn Franz for filming our favorite coaster brake rider!
At the end of the 1980s, the BMX market had crashed, and was perhaps looking for the next gimmicky thing to sell more stuff. Suddenly it was of paramount importance that we have bashguards on our bikes. Street was the … CHECK OUT MORE