Hammertime Hammertime Videos

3.6/5 (5 Reviews)

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Overall Rating:2
Value Rating:2
Submitted by Matrix a Downhiller from Tennessee

Date Reviewed: June 26, 2001

Bottom Line:   
Too much jumps by Chad Herrington"mr. Kung Fu" or what ! 40% of video was cool.But the XC jumps kinda was lame & just boring...The big bmx jumps were cool & the end!

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Favorite Trail:   Fast ones!!

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Bike Setup:   Slalom hardtail...

Overall Rating:4
Submitted by Vertex a weekend warrior from Melbourne, Australia

Date Reviewed: September 18, 1998

Bottom Line:   

Hammer time is a great vid. lots of huge air footage, some great shots of hans rey. brilliant. sic soundtrack too. Its getting a bit dated though, as it was done in 1995. This is yet another video with footage of huge graps at fuzzy hall's back yard bmx track. very good

Overall Rating:5
Submitted by Josh C. a racer from Minneapolis, MN

Date Reviewed: May 28, 1998

Bottom Line:   

Its a fun movie with a lot of weird new stuff that you probably haven't seen before. Its also good if you're looking for some fun new tricks to try or some ideas for things to ride. Its cool and it makes you want to get on your bike (regardless of type, cost, style, etc...) and ride!Have fun!

Overall Rating:2
Submitted by Mark a racer from NZ

Date Reviewed: April 22, 1998

Bottom Line:   

Hammertime was filmed in '94 and '95 so it is beginning to get a little dated. Most of the footage has the home video look to it. Some cool segments with Brian Lopes, Alan Foster, Todd Lyons, and Fuzzy, but too much fill in the gaps, mucking around in the street type footage. Another major complaint I have with this video is that it shoes way WAY too much Chad Herrington jumping, which gets boring and repeditive. In Chainsmoke he looks like a legend, in Hammertime, he looks like a gimp. The best part of the video is the BMX segment at the end, with nutzo crashes and Matt Hoffman getting 40 feet of air. Music is o.k, but I am not a big fap of christian hip-hop or some of their other weird crap.
Overall: Lame, but watch it for Hoffman, Fuzzy, and to see some cool jumps. 2 star might be a little bit harsh, but a 3 is going too high.

Overall Rating:5
Submitted by Jones a cross-country rider from marin

Date Reviewed: March 24, 1998

Bottom Line:   

It's a blast. When your laid up, for whatever reason, check this one out. Good stuff. It has it all. Trials, downhill, cross country, even backyard bmx. You can tell its made by real riders with good taste in music. awsome soundtrack.
It is funny too! I think I have made it to 50 words now. Watch the video when you can't ride!!!!

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GT Bikes, freeride, 1995?? Hammertime!

Didnt see this posted here, so I thought I should... [url=http://www.pinkbike.com/news/Old-School-Throwback-Hammertime.html]Old School Throwback: Hammertime - Pinkbike[/url] Maaan I wanted those Onza pedals...... PS: makes me think a little about how GT somehow squandered or possibly missha ... Read More »

Eddie Roman's Hammertime

MTB and BMX action featuring Mat Hoffman, Tim Fuzzy Hall, Brian Lopes, Chad Herrington, Eric Carter, Hans Rey, Dave Voelker, Ryan Vanderveen, Todd Lyons, Alan Foster and many others. Filmed in Utah, Oklahoma and California, Hammertime features some of the first MTB jumping including the first MTB ba ... Read More »

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ISDG / Hammertime

So, I have a Hammerschmidt coming for my ?? I can bolt it to my SOCOM and probably will do that, but I'm droolling over my new Tracer -- that would be sweet with a Hammer' too. Maybe sell the Tracer in the Spring and get a new Uzzi - will the Uzzi have ISDG tabs? Will the Tracer grow tabs? So ... Read More »

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