FMX

Is This The Ultimate FMX Compound?

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Story by Holtzy Photos by photocaro/FMXXX.com & Holtzy

Filming for the next HGM movie- Homegrown Maniacs 5: “The Search For The Ultimate Compound” kicked off in a big way at a secret location somewhere in Western Australia.

Levi Sherwood Nails 2008 Narrogin Rev Heads Australian FMX Championship

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Story by Holtzy Photos by PhotoCaro/ FMXXX.com, Holtzy & Bushy

Over the two years the Narrogin Rev Heads committee has run the FMX Championship it has quickly become the best and most prestigious FMX comp to win in Australia. With a big course featuring three big downramps and a wall ride plus $18,000 in prizemoney the 2008 event looked set to follow this quality tradition and it didn’t disappoint.

Kalgoorlie Rev Tour Blows Minds

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by Holtzy & Bushy
The final stop of the Revolution Tour was definatly the best. The gold mining town of Kalgoorlie turned on perfect conditions and the biggest crowd for another epic display of FMX, rev babes and bands.
No more needs to be said. Check the video for some of the action

Rev Tour Smashes Rockingham!

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By Holtzy, X Ray and PhotoCaro/FMXXX.com

It was Rockinghams turn to join the Revolution as stop two of the Rev Tour once again featured high quality riding on a near perfect day for FMX.
Bike troubles plagued a number of the riders throughout the day but it didn’t stop Rob Adelberg, Josh Sheehan, Russ Lightfoot, Rob Clohessey and Luke Mulcahy from going nuts. The all ages gig at the start of the day was especially awesome with a truckload of kids screaming themselves silly at every opportunity.

Revolution Tour Rocks!

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Story, Photos & Video by Holtzy

In what is possibly a world first FMX show under the circus bigtop tent the Revolution Tour kicked off in Bunbury in awesome style. With first class FMX, sick bands, mini bikes and of course the Rev Babes it was pretty hard not to enjoy the show and I for one are really looking forward to the next two legs in Rockingham and Kalgoorlie.

Mary Perkins

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Story, Photo's and Video by Holtzy

"Scary" Mary Perkins from Tauranga on the North Island of New Zealand is the Queen of FMX worldwide. Not only is she one of the very few female riders that can do FMX tricks over a 75ft jump but she also holds the Guiness Book of Records longest jump ever by a female on a motorbike which is 159.4ft.

Chad Reed Wins Perth Super X

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Story and video by Holtzy Photos by Photocaro/FMXXX.com

Despite a minor crash in his heat World Supercross champion Chad Reed had a convincing win in the first round of the Australian Super X series of which Reed has had a major part in supporting.
Perth Motorplex built a sick supercross track tailor made for the best in Australia to match it with the worlds best.

A Few Sick Laps of The Narrogin FMX Course

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Photos by PhotoCaro/FMXXX.com
Filmed by www.launchhelmetcams.com

A little while back all the crew gathered in freezing cold Narrogin for a ride day and a bit of FMX training for the big Rev Heads event later this year. It was the perfect opportunity for the boys at Launch Helmet Cams to do some field testing of their gear and some filming for the upcoming HGMtv series.
The video clip below shows a little of what the guys came up with that weekend. As you can see they are getting some sick stuff.

Wasted Talent Compound

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Story by Holtzy Photos by Holtzy, Demelza & X Ray[i]

Once again the HGMtv crew fired up the battletruck and went on the road chasing more gold for the television series. This time we headed for legend West Oz FMX rider Shane “Towny” Townsends new compound near Donnybrook in south west Western Australia.
Aptly named the “Wasted Talent” compound it features a nice 80ft comp setup plus some dirt doubles, a motocross track and a newly built foam pit.

Spain Red Bull X Fighters

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Photos by Paul "Stretch" Maloney Story by Stretch & Brooke
More photos can be found here
Knowing I would be abroad during the 2008 XFighters series, I was a regular in internet cafes across Europe- religiously checking the XFighters websites for ticket release dates and other info. It was one of those opportunities that no FMX follower would want to miss.

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