Top 10 ATV Videos
The third installment of the popular Huevos Grandes Series, this video introduced us to the wild man who became somewhat of a poster child for the Huevos series, Dana Creech. Creech was one of the pioneers of freestyle motocross who really began pushing FMX to the next level. The film features Creech and the rest of the crew on a west coast riding tour covering most of the western United States from California to Oregon to Idaho and more.
This is the first powersports video dedicated exclusively to ATV freestyle and the riders that risk life and limb to take the sport to new heights. The film features the evolution of the first backflip on an ATV, completed by Jon Guetter at a ski resort in California. Why a ski resort, you ask? Believe it or not, foam pits used to be very hard to come by so Wes and the gang build a “soft” landing out of snow for Jon to execute the trick.
The final release in the popular Carpe Diem series, Producer Brad Phillips pulled out all the stops in an attempt to tell the true, untainted story of professional ATV racers. The goal was to market the riders for who they were – intense athletes and all around great people. A good mix of riding action and some crazy shenanigans by the riders off the track, the film is sure to keep you entertained.
This documentary-style film chronicles the entire 2006 GNC National ATV motocross season. Featuring interviews with many of the top pros at the time, the film offers a unique look inside the lives and rivalries of the best ATV racers in the country. The H-Bomb Films crew tells the story of the nationals as the season unfolds round by round and gives viewers a first-hand look at what it takes to be a nationally ranked competitor.
Strap yourself in for this insane compilation of crash footage spanning more than a decade of filming the best ATV riders on the planet. From under- and over-rotated backflips, distance jumps gone wrong and plenty of trips to the hospital, this film will leave you scratching your head wondering how these riders ever walked away and serves as a good reminder to always wear the appropriate safety gear.
The Factory offers an inside look at the lives of five professional ATV racers who have been given the opportunity of a lifetime to race for a full blown factory backed ATV racing program. Following the decline of the DVD industry due to pirating, the Premis Industries crew sought to reinvent the way ATV films were produced. Offering a unique look at the inside of a factory supported race team as well as the lives and families of the racers themselves, the film offers an outside-in perspective to anyone that wants to know what it’s like to be a full time factory backed ATV racer.
Blake Shipman has made a name for himself in the powersports world for working wonders as a one man band. Usually armed with just a single camera, Shipman has a unique ability to make it look as though he’s using a team of videographers. The ATV Movie: Revolutionary is a compilation of interviews and action packed segments from top professionals as well as up and coming ATV freestyle riders.
The final release from the award winning H-Bomb Films, Moore Huevos offeres a long awaited glimpse into the lives of two of the worlds greatest and most influential ATV freestyle motocross riders, Caleb and Colten Moore. Full of interviews with the brothers and their family, the film features unique footage from all over the world as well as tons of behind the scenes action including the Nuclear Cowboyz Tour as well as the brothers’ transition from quads to snowmobiles as they made their first ever Winter X Games appearance.
The best way I can describe the film ATV Moving 4Ward is creatively dramatic. Producer Blake Shipman puts a great deal of energy into finding the right music for his films and mixes it to a unique blend of action, rider interviews and testimonials. In ATV Moving 4Ward, riders offer a unique transparency throughout the film as they shed light on why they so completely devote themselves to such a demanding and potentially dangerous sport.
Technically this film isn’t out yet so we can’t give it an accurate review; however, we’ve been following the creators over the last several months and we expect to be nothing but amazed with the final product. G3 Productions, formerly Akraix Entertainment, has crossed the country and constructed some of the most epic and insane riding locations we’ve seen in quite some time. Because the DVD market has largely dried up due to pirating and the slowing economy, we applaud the creators for putting in the time and effort to release this groundbreaking film. The film itself features some of the biggest names in ATV racing from both past and present, including the Guetter brothers, Dana Creech, Chad Wienen, Joel Hetrick, Colten Moore and even Doug Gust, who apparently hasn’t been on an ATV in quite some time. Set to release on October 15th, Butter: All Moto Flavored is one you won’t want to miss.