Finallyyyyy. Mike King finally made the FFWD BMX Best and Unseen Footage from 2012 edit embedable. I figured it was good enough to get a repost just incase you missed it the first time. Check this out!
“Following another great year, Fast Forward BMX is proud to present it’s best and unseen footage over the course of 2012.
Featuring never seen before footage from the following web projects and exclusive FFWDBMX content.
Hugest thanks goes out to the brands below also, without their help this video would not have been possible, thanks for working with Mike King.
And of course, thanks to all our visitors, advertisers, fans and anyone who supports us, for yet another great year!
Ride To Glory 2012 (Stay Strong + Ride UK) – vimeo.com/43100255
Seventies Summer Tour – vimeo.com/53602707
Federal Bikes at Rebel Jam – vimeo.com/51986445
Ben Hennon Hoffman ‘Our House’ Edit – vimeo.com/36471156
MacNeil Bikes: Dillon Lloyd and Kevin Kiraly: A Week In England – vimeo.com/41322540
Federal: One Week In Summer – vimeo.com/49012344
FFWDBMX: BaySixty6 Session – vimeo.com/52387887
DK Bicycles: Ohio to Austin – vimeo.com/41045034
The Shadow Conspiracy: Master and Apprentice: Owain Clegg – vimeo.com/39416935
Stay Strong: House Park Session W/ Anthony Watkinson – vimeo.com/44261502
Vans UK Summer Tour ‘South West Dream Living’ – mpora.com/videos/AAda7k9qd4dt
Riders (In order of appearance):
Song: Afroman – Jumped Up G’d Up
Filmed and edited by Mike King on a Panasonic HMC-150, Opteka 0.3x Titanium Series Fisheye, Panasonic HMC-40, Canon 550D, Sigma 10mm Fisheye, Canon f/1.8 50mm and Tamron 28-200mm lenses and edited in Adobe Premiere CS5.5 and After Effects CS5 exclusively for Fast Forward BMX.”
Interview by Mark Noble
In the past few years, or as he puts it, “For pretty much as long as I’ve been riding, almost ten years I guess,” Mike King has conjured up some of the web’s finest videos – there’s no doubt you’ve sat back and enjoyed his work for the likes of MacNeil (who he also rides for, on their UK team), Amity Bikes, and more recently for the Seventies UK collection of brands where he was in-house filmer for a while, out on trips, hitting contests, and filming edits at their private indoor park. Now branching out into the freelance game again, Mike is also putting some extra focus on to his own web site at FFWDBMX.com and sticking together his new portfolio video site. Says Mike, “I’m trying to put everything I can into Fast Forward, kinda tricky when you’re a one-man army and have bills to pay. I’m also working on a portfolio site and starting up another brand…” So let’s find out where Mike started – here are his FIRSTS.
Get your ass over to FFWD BMX to check out their new “Best and Unseen Footage of 2012” edit. It’s jam packed with all of the best footage that Mike King had compiled from 2012 and a features pretty much all of your favorite riders. So good.
Can’t ever go wrong when Mike King is behind the lens. Check out this video he put together from a few sessions at the Seventies warehouse!
“Filmed over two chilled evening sessions.
Filmed and edited by Mike King on a Panasonic HMC-150 and Opteka 0.3x Titanium Series Fisheye for Fast Forward BMX
Song: Mafia Lights – Love Lust
Shout out to Seventies Distribution, this place is awesome!
Mike King caught up with Max Wood for a lesson on how to make shit look real good for this new installment of 30 Seconds: from Ride UK.
This past summer, Seventies loaded up Matt Roe, Vince Mayne, Shaun Hadlington, James Cunningham, Phil Demattia, Ben Hennon and Joss Fenn and hit the road to visit a bunch of shops around the U.K. While they did that, they made plenty of stops to get out and ride. This is the video from the trip that you are not going to want to miss. Looks like it was a damn good time.
Filmed and edited by Mike King