Tom kilcoyne aka tabletop master sent us this new edit of him and his homies shredding their DIY spot in Newcastle, UK. Some dope street mtb lines in this one and the spot looks super fun too, good watch!
There's something I really like in Diego Alfaro's riding, it seems to be on the line between control and aggressivity which makes it awesome. He seems to be getting better and better in every video and it's always nice to see people progess! Video quality isn't the best so hopefully they can work on that for future videos!
Without any notice, the biggest BMX Distributor in Canada just closed it's doors. Ten Pack BMX was around for more than 15 years carrying some of the biggest brands in BMX and supporting the scene. There's not much info about the closing so far, hopefully we can get some more information soon. Here are some words from the owners:
“It’s true, after 15+ years of bring the best brands in BMX to Canada, Ten Pack Distribution is closing. We’d like to thank all of those riders and shops that have supported us over the years and hope that they will continue to support us with MacNeil Bikes going forward as that is going to be our sole focus.
It’s been a wild time and were super grateful to all of our staff past and present for helping with all of the side projects like Merto Jam, Elevation and Chase magazine. All of these seemingly crazy things that Jay thought up have made for an crazy memorable decade and a half.
Darcy and Jamie”
Considering our good homie Jordane Dubois rides for Verde and Demolition via Ten Packs, I believe this is a good time to give another watch to his Ten Pack BMX edit from a while back.
So, who do you think is going to pick up all those brands now?
4 years ago, we headed on a little roadtrip around Quebec and Ontario to shoot some photos for Decline Magazine with Nick Brandreth and Adam Hauck. Highlights of this trip were terrible weather, Nick making us go back to the stadium because he deleted everything on his camera by mistake, Plonka burning his thumb with a firework like an idiot, Matt doing a barspin while jumping through a tree and Kent Woods doing a ridiculous footjam at a classic Toronto Spot. Good times were had and thanks again to Nick for giving us the opportunity to get some coverage by Decline Magazine!