In September of 2002, Dustin Guenther, Dave Osato, Jason Enns and I took a road trip up Vancouver Island, through the Inside Passage to Prince Rupert and then drove back towards Vancouver. The trip was for Chase BMX Magazine and probably the highlight of the trip for me was a trip on BC Ferries’ Queen of the North. It was a cold and rainy day when we boarded in Port Hardy, and it only got worse as we headed north through some massive waves where the ferry careened from side to side. After seeing porpoises swim alongside us and whales play in the distance, we finally entered the Inside Passage where the clouds broke and the sun came out.
Velo-City: Vancouver & the Bicycle Revolution opened up at the Vancouver Museum with a VIP party on June3. Celebrating bicycle culture in Vancouver from the very beginning to current day, Velo-City features anything and everything bicycle related. I had 3 photos in the exhibition: Greg Nicholson, Dave Meyers and Jason Enns shots, situated between some amazing mountain biking photos from Harookz.
Wow, needless to say, Velo-City is a wonderful exibition that everyone should check out.
Vancouver is Awesome has a pretty good post regarding Velo-City with a bunch of photos.
Dave Meyers, cart gap at the Guildford park in Surrey, BC.
Greg Nicholson on the infamous Georgia Street Viaduct. Yes, my eyes are always closed when I’m in front of a camera.
A Jason Enns shot, wallride somewhere in Delta, BC. This one appeared in Ride UK for his bike check way back when.
Jay Miron and his MacNeil in the exhibit.
Rad Skull Skates cruiser on the wall.
Chase BMX Magazine.