film and tv



The Bolddog Lings FMX Team often feature on popular Saturday night Game and Chat Shows for Television production companies. In addition to this, Bolddog riders are also often asked to work as "Special Skilled" stunt performers on other types of Film and TV Productions. Please see below examples of the Bolddog Lings FMX Team's work on Television Game & Chat Shows.

In addition to the work by the Bolddog Lings FMX Team below on Game and Chat Shows, Company directors, Andy Godbold and Dan Whitby also have their own stunt profile pages including work they have done within the Film and TV industry.

Andy Godbold is a fully qualified professional Film & TV Stunt Performer, and an intermediate member of the JISC "Register of Stunt Coordinators and Performers". For further information on Andy's Film & TV Stunt Work, please CLICK HERE

Dan Whitby is a Motorcycle Stunt Specialist working for the film & TV Industry. For Further information on Dan's Film & TV Stunt Work please CLICK HERE



BRITAIN'S GOT TALENT - The Bolddog Lings FMX Team hit the nations screens with our feature on the 2014 series of Britain's Got Talent which was awesome to be involved in and got us all great national and worldwide coverage. We made it to the Semi-Finals!

Press Cutting From Heat Magazine during 2014


THE DARE - Motocross mentor and motocross jump advisor.

ITV RED OR BLACK - The ITV 1 hit show, Hosted by Ant and Dec.  Bolddog performed at Wembley Arena a game called Motorcycle limbo.  Bolddog also provided the street bike riding for removing a table cloth from a 30 feet long table.

Rehearsals For Red or Black



Rehearsals for Red or Black With Ant and Dec


FAMOUS & FEARLESS - In January 2011, The Bold Dog Lings FMX Team were asked to take their Mini-X Tour onto the show to perform in front of millions of people live on TV.  Bolddog performed their mini-bike freestyle and street bike freestyle:

Channel 4 Famous & Fearless


BANG GOES THE THEORY - Early on in the summer of 2010, the Bolddog Lings FMX Team got a call from the popular TV series, Bang Goes the Theory. The question was, could we help them develop a square wheel motorcycle and make it jump?

The bike that had been chosen was a Honda C90, which was supplied by Lings for all the tests. Firstly, the Bolddog Lings Team tested the flight of the bike with the normal round wheels into the foam pit. Next, the Bang Goes the Theory Team applied the maths to reality, so later in the summer, the BBC came to the Bolddog FMX compound to film the square wheel theory applied into practice...

Bang Goes The Theory


Putting the theory into practice was more difficult than it looked on paper. The main problem being that the wheels easily got out of sync, which meant the square wheels went smashing through the specially made track. The problem was eventually solved by sanding down the grooves of the track so that the wheels could slip in exactly into the grooves. Even the positioning of the rider on the bike was an important factor to keep the wheels in sync.

Jem was the presenter of the TV programme, and the person that would have to do the jump for the cameras. Following a few training sessions with the Bolddog Team, Jem quickly got to grips with jumping the C90 into the pit, and after ironing out the wheel sync problems, the square wheel jump was a success!

Below are photos of models made by one of Bolddog Lings biggest fans, Liam Bailey, age 7, from Harleston:


YOU BET - The team performed on You Bet in the early nineties when the team were known as the Lings Honda Motocross Display Team.

You Bet!


You Bet Invite to the Live Show


DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME - Also in the nineties, the team also performed on Don't Try This at Home!

Don't Try This At Home