Hahaha, this is epic. Fathead plays the ultimate BMX Dad in his latest video that he released on Facebook! If this doesn’t make you crack up, then you’re clearly taking BMX too serious. Watch the video RIGHT HERE!
Oh geeze… Red Bull got Danny MacAskill to sit down with Fathead for a little Q&A action in this latest round of Chatting Bull. Needless to say, I don’t think Danny was ready for this one.
“Scottish trials star Danny MacAskill is usually found hopping, jumping and tricking his way down technical terrains. However, on a recent trip to London opinionated BMX interviewer, Fathead, managed to drag to into his lair…
Over to the host to introduce his latest guest.
Red Bull’s very own trials champion, film star and all round good guy! I don’t think Danny knew what he was in for. Grilled and served for you lot, click above for my interview with Danny Macaskill. Enjoy!”
This is amazing. Red Bull had Fathead sit down with Robbie Morales, Matthias Dandois and Darryl Nau to ask them a few questions, which pretty quickly get off topic and hilarious pretty fast. If you’re looking for a laugh, then you NEED to watch these videos. Check out Robbie up top and the other two after the jump!
“On a usual basis you would see Fathead hassling contestants at events around the world… But for these interviews he pulled up a one-piece-suite and grabbed some famous faces from the VANS rebeljam party to sit down and shoot the stuff.
First into the leather was Robbie Morales – the original trailboss, owner and runner of Cult BMX. A massively influential BMX rider throughout the early/mid 90s – Robbie carved his own path in the BMX industry and also assembed one of the world’s best BMX teams Cult Crew. So a sit down with Fathead should’ve been the least of his worries…”
Defgrip just released the first video in a new series they are doing called “Precisions” with film maker, Jon Edwards. This first video features Fathead, which is more of a serious video in comparison to his recent videos, and is a good reminder of just how dialed Fathead really is on a bike. After you watch the video, hit up Defgrip for some behind the scenes photos by Jason Turner as well!
“Précisions is an ongoing short film series presented via Defgrip.
This series features creativity, expression and most importantly précisions within BMX.
First in the series is Alex Barton Holme
Supported by: S&M / Adidas
Filmed on the Sony NEX-FS700
Second camera the Sony A6000
Lenses: Zeiss Touit 32mm f1.8 E
1920 x 1080 HD / 16:9 / 240fps / 24fps
Music: Shigeto – Perfect Crime
From the Album: No Better Time Than Now
Label: Ghostly International”
Here’s the teaser for the new Fathead video that will be benefiting the Teenage Cancer Trust. It sounds like they will have a completely decked out bike that will be going up for auction with all the money going towards the trust! Check the trailer and get more details below!
““The BMX community in Harrogate lost a fellow rider called Aidan Wray to cancer a few years ago. I’d been watching the news when Stephen Sutton’s story came up and it brought everything back. We were planning to film a new VS episode but scratched it and decided to do something FOR The Teenage Cancer Trust instead. We came up with the idea of a UK road trip to persuade shops to donate parts to build a complete bike so we can auction it off. I hope this video shows that doing something for a good cause can be fun, especially while having my mates in for the ride too. I’d like to say a big thank you to The Source, Alpha and Rad and urge all riders to do something selfless today, forget the footage you’re going to send to that sponsor to try and get a hook up, forget your BMX ego for one day and pack a big bag, go camping and raise some money for a great cause.” – FATHEAD
“Top professional BMXer and blogger ALEX33 takes us on a whirlwind tour of his fast paced life. Gang weed, bitches, pegs and hip hop are the order of the day. Listen as he narrates tweets from his hit twitter account. #lolweed”