This video was shot in ONE take on three levels of an abandoned office building to the tune of “Lovely Day” by Bill Withers. Sooooo good. A VERY creative urban sports video featuring skateboarding, flatland BMX and parkour/freerunning in an abandoned building over THREE floors — simply freakin’ amazing.
This video was shot in ONE take on three levels of an abandoned office building to the tune of “Lovely Day” by Bill Withers. Sooooo good.
It features skateboarding, flatland BMX and parkour/freerunning in an abandoned building over THREE floors — simply freakin’ amazing. Keep in mind, if one person messed up, we had to go and start again – you don’t wanna know how long this took to film! Featuring myself, Nathan Morris and Josh Holdsworth.
MUSIC CREDITS: “Lovely Day” by Bill Withers
EPIC URBAN SPORTS ONE-TAKE | Something Creative
A short tester film. We traveled to an unused building and I rode on it’s roof, it was mainly to test our new helicam. What do you think?
Filmed and edited by Josh Holdsworth
Great short film by Aran iolo Cook on his Build & Ride Project, beautifully shot. Aran: “The frame is stainless steel, and I built it at the Naked Bicycles Shop, Quadra Island BC. I must say a huge thanks to Sam and Andrea at Naked Bikes for all they have done for me.”
Built, Filmed, Ridden and Edited by Aran iolo Cook.
Music – ‘Submarines’ by The Lumineers
I had the pleasure of meeting Martyn Ashton at the Revolution 37 (report online shortly) in Manchester where he made a special guest appearance and I realised I hadn’t shared his brilliant film with you.
In the style of the much followed Danny MacKaskill productions, but Martyn adds a twist; he takes the £10k carbon road bike used by Team Sky‘s Bradley Wiggins & Mark Cavendish for a ride with a difference. With a plan to push the limits of road biking as far as his lycra legs would dare, Martyn looked to get his ultimate ride out of the awesome Pinarello Dogma 2. This bike won the 2012 Tour de France – surely it deserves a Road Bike Party!
Shot in various locations around the UK and featuring music from ‘Sound of Guns‘. Road Bike Party captures some of the toughest stunts ever pulled on a carbon road bike.
A Film by Robin Kitchin
Produced by Ashton Bikes
Music: Sound of Guns ‘Sometimes’
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