FMX movie with backflips, 360s and the complete range of crazy and insane stunts on motocross bikes! I filmed this at Sweetspot Allstars FMX in Nynashamn / Sweden in the summer of 2006. Free music as in movie is also available at www.imphenzia.com.
Nate Adams, 22, of Glendale, Ariz. secured the MX Freestyle win with a score of 93.50 on his first run that was highlighted by a Backflip Cordova. Mike Mason, 25, of Minden, Nev. took second with a score of 91.83 and Jeremy Lusk, 21, of San Diego, Calif. placed third, earning a score of 88.67. With todayâs win, Adams moves into first place in the season standings with 350 total points, ahead of Travis Pastrana who did not compete in the Toyota Challenge.
ton's of crashes and helmet cam footage set to Metallica's "Whiplash"
FMX best tricks and jumps !
Fmx show backflip combo machine - crazy champion Stefano Minguzzi
Lots of good freestyle videos all in one. featuring pro riders and sick tricks. Great moto-x video
The Power of Style and Airtime: Young Gun Dany Torres (ESP) Wins the Red Bull X-Fighters 2007 in Mexico City!
Unprecedented enthusiasm of 42.000 spectators, the crème de la crème of international freestyle motocross athletes and a one-of-a-kind show: The Red Bull X-Fighters 2007 in the Monumental Plaza de Toros bullfighting arena in Mexico City were way more than just a freestyle motocross contest. In a breathtaking head-to-head challenge the riders battled their way up into the super final. In the end, it was 19-year-old Spanish shooting star Dany Torres to excel and pull the most powerful tricks with the ultimate in style and creativity. All-time technical ruler Nate Adams (USA) came in second place followed by Robbie "Maddo" Maddison (AUS) who finished third.
Ten of the world's most renowned and respected freestyle motocross riders of eight different nationalities had followed the call of the Red Bull X-Fighters and travelled all the way to Mexico to be part of this year's show. 42.000 spectators on-site and more than 10 million TV and internet viewers witnessed a once-in-a-lifetime freestyle motocross fiesta in the world's biggest bullfighting arena Monumental Plaza de Toros in Mexico City. Packed with elements of traditional bullfighting, flamenco performances and music acts the contest format had ten top riders compete in a testosterone-loaded head-to-head battle.
Displaying incredible courage, technique, style and airtime the ten top athletes indulged in a passionate battle for the crown of the Red Bull X-Fighters in Mexico City. Shooting up in the night sky as high as 20 metres with their 250ccm bikes these bold motoreros radiated speed, style and power. Among the judging criteria were difficulty and execution of tricks, variety of tricks and usage of course, style and show aspects, and overall impression. At the Red Bull X-Fighters the crowd also has a big say in the judging of a rider's presentation so Mexico's most famous TV host Facundo acted as the judge of the spectators' voice.
The arena was literally boiling when local hero Johan Nungaray entered. Unfortunately, he barely used the whole set-up and did not show great variation in his tricks. FMX showman and all-time favourite of the Mexican audience Ronnie Renner (USA) threw some massive super whips but no flips. Swiss Mat Rebeaud, winner of last year's Red Bull X-Fighters in Mexico City, had just recovered from a broken femur which kept him away from showing 100% of his skills. Three riders made their way into the super final: overwhelmingly smooth and progressive Australian Robbie Maddison impressed the crowd and judges performing one flip after the other riding faster than anyone else. A class of his own when it comes to a large trick repertoire and confidence, Nate Adams (USA) pulled some super clean Catwalks, Cordova Backflips and Lazy Boys.
However, neither Maddison nor Adams could stop 19-year-old Latino young gun Dany "DT" Torres (ESP). When Torres pushed into the super final the crowd jumped off their seats waving their bandanas and screaming like crazy. Fiercely attacking his former heroes Torres threw some super high Cliffhangers, Turndowns, Superflips and Heelclicker Backflips with a breathtaking Turndown Whip as the winning jump. An impressive combination of sophisticated riding, variety of tricks and interaction with the crowd earned him victory.
"I watched Maddo and Nate ride so well so I knew I had to push it to the very limit in my run. It worked out and I am so happy!" No doubt, the Red Bull X-Fighters in Mexico City will be something to remember for up-and-rising Torres.
The Red Bull X-Fighters are going on tour for the first time in 2007, hosted by three more venues after Mexico City. At the next stop on 26 May at Slane Castle, Ireland, FMX legend Travis Pastrana (USA) will be attacking Torres's position and definitely interfere with the top three ranking. Next stop will be Moscow on 30 June followed by the final tour event on 27 July in Madrid.
More Information: www.redbullxfighters.com
Freestyle motocross exibition Milano
Freestyle motocross exibition Milano
The SIckest TRick in Freestyle MotoCross!!!
On July 27th 2007, the Red Bull X-Fighters tour reached its thrilling competition climax at the legendary Las Ventas bullring in Madrid. This historic venue provided a stunning backdrop for the tour finale, when 23,000 spectators gathered in the arena to watch the world’s best freestyle motocross riders battle it out to become 2007 champion.
In place of the traditional corrida spectacle, onlookers witnessed the death-defying ‘motoreros’ being propelled high into the night sky over Madrid courtesy of a huge quarterpipe and a variety of other trick ramps. As the standard rises year on year, so the participants are forced to push the limits of their extraordinary sport, constantly experimenting with new and more dangerous stunts than ever before.
With the competition entering its final stages, 20 year-old Sevillian young gun Dany Torres led the pack, with US veteran Travis Pastrana hot on his heels after an emphatic victory in Ireland. Japanese master Eigo Sato, Swiss Mat Rebeaud and crowd-pleaser Ronnie Renner (USA) were all in contention, while fellow American Nate Adams, Norway’s André Villa, French challenger Charles Pagès, plucky Australian Matt Schubring and Libor Podmol of the Czech Republic completed the line-up.
News and updates on each event can be found online at www.redbullxfighters.com
Produced for Red Bull
Hip Hop Icons Kanye West and Ludacris to Perform Live At Season-Ending “Super Bowl” of Action Sports, Featuring World’s Best Skateboarding, Inline, BMX and Freestyle Motocross Pros
More than 125 of action sports’ biggest superstars will compete for the title of World Champion when the LG Action Sports World Championships once again turns Dallas’ Reunion Arena into a Texas-sized skate park from November 9 - 11. In addition, hip-hop icons Ludacris and Kanye West will perform live as the musical guests for LG’s three-day action sports and entertainment extravaganza.
The prestigious LG Action Sports World Championships is the culmination of the 2007 competition season for Skateboarding, BMX, Inline Skating and Freestyle Motocross (FMX) pros and marks the fifth year that LG Electronics MobileComm U.S.A., Inc (LG Mobile Phones) has sponsored the event.
The professional athletes qualify to compete at the World Championships based on their results from a series of 22 qualifier events around the world.
Breathtaking jumps, world renowned locations and spectacular stunts, the sound of engines and the rhythm of samba: the Red Bull X-Fighters Series 2008 promises a one-of-a-kind mix of extreme sport and unforgettable spectacle. At five locations, Mexico, Fort Worth (Texas), Wuppertal (GER) and Madrid, the tough newcomers to the sport will challenge the top four freestyle motocross riders to a duel in the sky.
Red Bull X-Fighters brings together the world's top FMX riders and the world's most celebrated bull-fighting arenas to create the most intense freestyle motocross event on the planet.
Check out all the details for 2008 at
For more information or to order this DVD online go to www.impactvideo.com!
A freestyle motocross film featuring the most progressive riders of the "775" area code. We caught these guys pulling insane tricks at demos from Chico to San Diego, and at their practice compound. Spend a day with Kenny Bell as Buyten coaches, and Bell attempts his first 75 foot backflip to dirt. aka: "The Fat Flip"
"775 : No One And Everyone" a film by, Joe Kocsis, a former editor of Mack Dawg Productions, who's credit list includes.... Technical Difficulties, The Resistance, Amp and Stand and Deliver.