FMX Videos From the Freeriding Days
to the Freestyle Motocross Videos of Today

In the mid 90's freeriders started filming their free riding sessions, and although most tricks were limited to Non Inverted Heel Clickers, Saran Wraps and Whip combo's, with this, FMX videos as we now know ensued, and were soon being marketed through many of the popular channels which riders were known to frequent, such as local bike shops, and popular mail order outlets.

Soon after, with these new style of jump videos hitting the mainstream, this quickly resulted in the explosive growth of Freestyle Motocross, which eventually led to FMX becoming a large part of ESPN's X-Games, and an even larger, constantly growing selection of freestyle motocross videos and competitions soon followed, including the Red Bull X-Fighters International Freestyle Motocross Series.

The Earliest Daze of FMX & "Crusty Demons of Dirt" Series

In the early 90's, when being a Motocross star included partying and freeriding, those whom are now known as the pioneers of freestyle motocross such as Seth Enslow, "Cinq" (Mike Cinqmars) and "The GodFather of Freestyle Motocross" (Mike Metzger), including other popular and factory riders such as "Showtime" (Jeremy McGrath) and "Fro" (Jeff Emig) started finding themselves prodigies of Dana Nicholson and Jon Freeman's cinematography, which ultimately resulted in the first Crusty Flick letting go in '94, ultimately fueling a new motorcycle freestyle revolution that is still expanding the limits of what's possible to this day.

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