With travel restrictions and mandatory quarantines making international travel as easy as building a wheel with your hands tied behind your back... Mike Gray has been tucked away in Canada, quietly shredding roofs, ledges, banks and rails with the Toronto homies, stacking clips for his latest project.
As winter approaches each year, Canadian riders will try and find any reason to head for warmer weather once the snow starts flying. This year was obviously different. With the global pandemic surging, traveling has been restricted and the typical winter migration impossible. Leaving ‘snowbirds’ like Mike Gray in a state of flux.
With the Canadian fall and winter transition in full effect, Mike Gray, accompanied by filmer Joel Fortin, took to Toronto's streets to get some shit done before it was too late - any dry day was made the most of! Needless to say, Mike filmed some incredible clips for this, including his passion for rooftops and technical rail moves. The ender in this is bananas! There's even some guesties from 3 other Vans Canada riders to boot.
When Mike Gray set out to design a crankset, he needed something that was strong enough for roof drops yet refined for the most tech grind and manual combos in the game.
BMX Mike Gray 2020 Haro bytiM Production
Mike Gray was in town for a few days, so we organized a little DTP session for you guys with the Haro squad. Mike, Chad Kerley, Blake Peters (who was fresh off a broken wrist) and newcomer to the Haro team, Austyn Mcintosh, all dropped the pin in a bit of an industrial area in the middle of SD.
Exploring downtown Toronto after hours with Mike Gray. Special thanks to Haro BMX for the support with this project.
Enjoy some highlights from the 6th annual Canadian BMX Day at Richmond Green Skatepark. Tons of prizing, free BBQ, and good times and vibes all day long. Enjoy.
After Dark the streets of Toronto shift from avenues of commerce to a nocturnal playground for the night owls and street artists. Areas that are off limits during daylight hours are open to those who venture in the shadows after dark. Headphones in and music on, Mike Gray flows through the shadowy streets to bring you his latest edit that aims to capture that feeling of freedom After Dark.
Whenever Vans Canada Team rider, and recently appointed team manager of the Canadian Vans BMX crew, Mike Gray's name appears online we always know we can expect some street riding on the larger end of the scale. Despite possessing a massive array of technical tricks, this Canadian's ability to go big is undeniable. Watch the latest clips that he's been working on for this new Vans piece! Filmed throughout the Great White North.