|Dog on a Bike Films is an action sports production company founded in 1999. We specialize in the production of action sports content for independent films, commercials, television programming, stock footage, and corporate marketing promotional formats including website content.|
|MIRACLE BOY AND NYQUIST|
Produced by Steve Oplin
Running time: 52 min.
A full length video about the lives and riding of Dave Mirra and Ryan Nyquist filmed by Steve Oplin.
Check out Dave & Ryan as they ride at home, at skateparks all over the US, and at contests. Features Woodward, North Carolina, Dave's private vert ramp, San Jose, San Fransisco, big trails, and more.
52 minutes long.
"Miracle Boy and Nyquist" has been honored with the winner of the Best Action Sequence at the NBC Gravity Games Film Festival, and with the Audience Choice Award at the ESPN Tube film Festival.
Hoff-Man_BMX, www.bmx-test.com, april 2002: Ok, im just gonna start off by saying "I know, I know" to all you Mirra haters. Serioulsy, if you were getting paid over a million dollars to ride your bike I know you would take it.
Now, onto the video: This was my first ever BMX video and I'm surprised the tape didn't break from me watching it so much. The best thing about this movie is, two of the greatest BMXer's are in it doing all kinds of stuff. There are some crazy mind blowing tricks, like a frontflip on dirt. Lots of flatlanding from Mirra and Degroot, and just really cool trails and park riding. The editing is really nice, it flows smoothly through each section and so does the music. The music: that is what gives this video greatness. It's like Ska and Rock and it goes perfect with each section. The editing and music are awesome. It also shows some history on Mirra and Nyquist, how they grew up, their former homes, and the like. It's a great video. I would give it a 9 of 10, and I own over 30 videos so I know what I'm talking about. If you can get your hands on a copy I strongly reccomend it. It Kicks Ass.
|The World of Bikes from the Mind of BMX Legend Tim "Fuzzy" Hall.
Take an unforgettable journey through the world of bike riding with dirt jumping king Tim "Fuzzy" Hall as your guide.
Fuzzy talks about the fun and freedom of riding a bike, from his first two-wheeler to the life of a top pro.
He also shows us, along with his friends and teammates, that there is a style of bike riding for everyone, whether it's racing, dirt jumping, trials, flatland, mountain biking, vert, park or street riding. HAVE FUN, BE SAFE AND ENJOY THE RIDE!
|A BMX Dirt Jump Film
This unique film follows TJ Lavin and Fuzzy Hall from their homes to their trails and the contests. More than just music and insane riding - this film gets to the heart of what it's like to get down in the dirt and be a champion. Watch Fuzzy's incredible comeback! Follow TJ to the 2000 X-Games as he tries to maintain his title! This film will inspire you to get out your shovel and dig.
Approximate Running Time: 36 min.
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|Released in 2002. VANS Presents A Dog on a Bike Film. It' an action film/documentary about BMX champion Cory "Nasty" Nastazio.
Nasty's World is an action sports documentary about BMX Champion Cory "Nasty" Nastazio. More than just contest highlights and bike riding, Nasty's World is a hilarious and revealing look at one of the biggest personalities in action sports. With the support of his mother, Angel, Nasty has gone from barrel racing horses as a kid, the X-Games podium. Nasty lives his life full-throttle. He has a new house, a shoe deal, and a rock star lifestyle. In a year when he could lose everything, Nasty gets his biggest break ever, the chance to put it all in perspective.
Nasty's World Intro.