Back in June Macneil riders Sam Lowe, Taylor Elvy and Greg Flag traveled to Vancouver Island for a week of shredding, spots searching, hanging out with locals and enjoying the life. There are tons of really good spots over there and all three pulled plenty of crazy good stunts. When you are done with watching make sure you check the photo gallery from their trip.
Kevin Kiraly is featured on Macneil’s latest print ad that can be found in the sixth issue of the Figure BMX magazine and is promoting the kit, the Versity frame, CKS forks, Tabarnak bars and Network wheels, Kiraly is using for pulling wild moves like this feeble grind to tailwhip out.
You are looking at Macneil’s newest print ad featuring Sam Lowe clearing this rail with an icepick to promote their Network hubs. This ad can be found in the July issue of the Ride BMX magazine. I hope something fresh from this guy drops in the near future.
Macneil’s Network hubs dropped in spring and now their Network complete wheels are also available, front and rear option. These are build using their popular Dubs rims that are laced to either front or rear Network hub. These come in a black rim laced up with black spokes to a black, polished, purple, or red front hub, or rear 9T cassette hub, RHD/LHD.
Macneil and Unleaded are proud to introduce you their newest rider, Antoine Nau. I didn’t knew what to expect in his welcome to the team edit, because this dude can go big, tech, smooth, you name it. It turned out that it includes pretty much everything. So much good stuff, but the highlight was definitely the nollie tailwhip. Filmed around Toulouse, France by Florent Ferrari.
The Calico V2 frame is part of Macneil’s new frames and this one is mainly meant for all the tall guys out there, who still want a quick and responsive bike. It has a 21.5″ top tube, 8.9″ standover height and a really short, only 13.2″, chain stay. If this brief description isn’t enough, but you think, this could be your next frame, head over to Macneil and find more info on this frame.
Young gun and Dillon Lloyd’s “younger brother” Justin Hughes spent the winter at the Le Taz indoor skatepark and stacked some serious footage for his sponsor Macneil. This kid has style and amazing skills. The double peg to cranks arm to bar was a wild one. Must see. Filmed and edited by Vlad Poloukhine.