Chris Nunn was sitting on a bunch of clips he filmed on his iPhone lately. He decided instead of letting them go to waste, he would piece them together for this new edit. Take a peek at Chris shreds a few different parks, street spots and some trails! Plenty of goodness in this.
“In November 2011 a group of us from Cornwall travelled up to Scotland, stopping at Rampworx for a quick session on the way. Chris Nunn travelled down to Cornwall specially to come on the trip with us.
Chris shreds it and I wish I had more clips of him that I could have used.
Music: The Black Keys – Tighten Up
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“We shot this piece in about two hours. It is such a blast to film with Chris, he is one of the nicest guys I ever had the honor to shoot with and he absolutely kills it.
I didnt use any steadycam ore image stabilizer for this.
marcotec-shop.de will support me from now on with a glidecam hd2000. big thanks to the owner Rene Shoukier.
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Facebook” – Erik Hölperl
I could have swore Chris was riding for that Mafia Bikes company? I guess I was wrong…
“Chris is one hell of a guy!
He recently moved to Belfast, Ireland to help build the T13 skatepark, he spends day in, day out building crazy ramps, drinking tea and teaching kids to ride.
In the mean time Chris has all the fun on his bike anyone could ask for, something that has finally been recognised by ZEAL BMX distribution’s in house brand, ALONE.
He spent a few days down with me shooting his ‘Welcome’ edit in which time he proved that he is not shy of sending a big tailwhip… Or falling off a sub box amongst other things..
Song: Foster The People – Houdini
Filmed on a Canon 550D, Canon 50mm f/1.8, Samyang 8mm Fisheye and edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 by Mike King for ALONE BMX.
The first episode of the School of BMX from Mafia Bikes takes you through bike setup, manuals, bunny hops and 180’s with the help of Chris Nunn.
Filmed and edited by Mike King.
Mafia Bikes is a new brand in the U.K that has dropped the agents, distributors and shops to give kids the best possible deal on an entry level BMX bike that’s spec’d like a proper bike. Mafia and Chris Nunn are going to be doing weekly web videos to teach you how to ride from the beginner tricks all the way to the advanced tricks. If it helps kids get on bikes, I’m all about it.