Since starting out in 2007 we have worked damn hard on building our own YouTube channel. 900+ videos later and we are now able to say that our channel (999lazer) is Europe’s largest dedicated motocross YouTube channel with over 55 MILLION views and 100,000 subscribers!
This has provided us with a great platform on which to share our hard work and has enabled us to produce a number of our own films and projects, dubbed ‘Toofast Films’. We are continuously creating different ideas and concepts, coming up with whacky visions and thinking about the next way we can break the mould and be as innovative as possible. At times our visions far surpass our budgetary restraints and we are always on the lookout for potential partners and sponsors to help us transform these dreams into realities. If you share our enthusiasm for creative and unique video concepts then please do get in touch and we’ll find a way to incorporate your brand or product or whatever it may be into our next dream…
The Japanese Giant slayer
A documentary about the rise and fall of Cagiva in the Motocross world.
The Bike that Killed the 2 Stroke
A documentary about the bike that changed the motocross world forever.
The Worlds Craziest Dirt Bike
A film we made for our own YouTube channel taking a look at a crazy one off build where a 1000cc Superbike engine had been put into a dirt bike!
One of our own films featuring viral MX video sensation Neville Bradshaw on a Yamaha YZ 250. This film was sponsored by 24MX.
The World’s Fastest Quadriplegic
A The incredible story of Callum Loveridge who was paralysed from the neck down at 15 years old yet does incredible things with his life.
Ax Men 2019
One of seven episodes of the documentary series following Athletes and teams through the 2019 Arenacross championship.
For the Love of 2 Strokes
Driven by a love of two-stroke racing we decided to develop a documentary series following vet racer Neville Bradshaw in his quest to become the British two-stroke motocross champion. This series to date has had 2.5 Million views on YouTube.
After discovering this song Max realised it would provide a great sound track for a film focussing on an athlete who was making a come back from injury. With a slow introduction and insane ending this film ticks all the boxes. Featuring James Dunn on his Hitachi KTM at Max Anstie’s private compound.
Inspired by Edgar Wright's 2017 movie 'Baby Driver', we put this film together with the UK’s fastest 65cc motocross rider Wal Beaney, who became the British Champion in 2017. He is the Baby Rider.