Here is a trailer for a English street DVD called “Geg Out”. It has pretty much no successful tricks included, but it does show the type of stuff that they are going for.
10 minutes of pure MUST SEE footage. There is no doubt that Federal Bikes know a thing or two about making a proper BMX video for sure! Watch as their crew put in some heavy work on street spots and skateparks around Frankfurt, Germany!
“Federal’s recent trip to Frankfurt saw newest team member Tammy Mccarley make his debut for the team, only to get broke off a few days in. Fortunately Tammy has some skills behind the lens and spent the remaining days helping to capture what went down. Featuring Dan Lacey, Mark Love, Bruno Hoffmann, Michal Šmelko, Jared Washington, Ollie Evans and Tammy Mccarley.
Filmed by: Charlie Jobling and Tammy Mccarley
Edited by: Edd Allen
Music: ‘Trippin’ by Zion I, ‘Almost Cut Hair’ by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and ‘Promised Land’ by Edan”
With a crew like that, you know even if it’s B-roll footage it’s still amazing. Hit that play button!
“Dan Lacey, Ben Lewis, Alex Kennedy and Ollie Evans destroyed Barcelona all week long filming for the upcoming DUB BMX DVD ‘Homegrown’. Not only has this recap edit got some amazing B roll clips from each rider but it also features each of them giving some insight in to how this trip came together and what they got up to whilst there…” – Monster
Check out Scott Ditchburn, Josh Roberts and Ollie Evans getting a proper session in at the Warrington Plaza park. Check out what went down.
Holy shit… Now THIS is what I’m talking about! Federal dropped this new MUST SEE loaded up with pure fire. Hit play now.
“During a rare week of British sunshine, the Federal crew got busy clocking footage. Featuring Dan Lacey, Bruno Hoffmann, Jack O’Reilly, Millsy, Mark Love, Jordan Aleppo, Ollie Evans and introducing James Cunningham.
Filmed by: Mike King
Additional filming by: Ryan Chadwick, Dub Jack and Sam Smith
Edited by: Edd Allen
Music: ‘Rock and Roll’ by Edan & ‘They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y.)’ by Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth
London time lapse footage by Sam Smith: Youtube