All posts tagged with Greg Henry

Greg Henry has been making a name for himself through smooth and heavy peg usage for the majority of the last decade. GH has adopted a new namesake, and The 200lb Greasy Italian Tank hasn’t slowed down a bit despite bustin’ his ass full time on the jobsite.

This collection of footage was filmed by Chris Cadot and released via DIG BMX about a month ago, featuring Greg Henry himself putting pegs down on a huge variety of spots throughout last summer. This one was worth a watch when it dropped, and it’s worth a watch now whether you missed it or not. Enjoy!

This video brings me back to a really fun era of Canadian BMX. Back in the day, Brad Hill was fortunate enough to tag along with various squads and teams across the country for some of Tenpack’s (RIP) tours and trips. Brad re-posted this edit recently, and I thought it’d be perfect to revive on the REPSET website as well. With this video featuring footage from Greg Henry, Chijioke Okafo, Phil Bartlett, and many many other Canadian shredders it goes without saying that this is worth a fresh watch. Tons of Winnipeg footage, too. Enjoy!

Dufferin Grove is the perfect hockey rink DIY spot that every riding scene needs; a place for a few beers and grinds. A couple of fun jibs, free to get tossed around the space in whatever the locals come up with that afternoon is the perfect recipe for a rad summer spot. Featuring clips from Chijioke OkafoTrent BarkerChris CadotGreg HenryLee DennisBrandon Webster, and Chris Silva via  The Northern Embassy.

In the middle of the city of Toronto, known for its street riding, lays Dufferin Grove Park, or Duff Grove as it is commonly known. Full with a community garden, bone fire pits, and a Thursday evening farmer’s market, it also contains a make shift wooden park that bike riders and skateboarders make the best of. Certain times of the season it may be in total disrepair, and other times it may seem like it is running smoothly. Made of mostly donated ramps (one of which is from us) and rails, the community pitches in where they can to keep this place going.


Where do you start when you want to describe Greg Henry? He’s definitely one of a kind. Endlessly quotable and impressively obscene. I’ve been a witness to a few unmentionable activities in affiliation with Greg, and while the stories stay in the vault his alpha status goes public. This is one of BMXFU’s finest. Fueled by Vitamin G and who-knows-what-else. Enjoy.

I’ve been curious about this for a minute and the details finally dropped. Some often-featured dudes made the list and I’m stoked. Congratulations to Greg Henry, Jaumell Campbell, Corey Dewey, Greg Flag and Taylor Elvy. Check out Almond for some more details, and if one of the amazing shops in our sidebar don’t have any Almond’s in stock get them to contact Tenpack right away.

Not your typical indoor video, mostly because it’s actually good. Them FU dudes show you how it’s done. Features Brad Hill, Lee Dennis, Jake Montgomery, Greg D’Amico, Miles Crumlish, Charlie Crumlish, Shawn Swain, Josh Litchi, Jordan Dwan, Greg Henry, and introducing, Jarod Creally. Watch out for FU4.

How deece is Greg Henry? A certified pimp. If you’ve met Greg you know the Q&A is hilarious to make sure you check out his interview / bike check over on Tenpack.

What’s up with brakes and steel pedals?

The brakes are for when I’m doubling a couple honeys on my four pegs and I wanna stay in control. Steel pedals are ballin’ ’cause they cost more.

What’s the dirtiest place you’ve partied? (Eric Marshall)

I love Winnipeg.