Ken Blocks Gymkhana series just gets crazier every time.

If you haven’t noticed by now this blog is aimed to show off the people who come up with “crazy” or “outlandish” ideas and then turn those ideas into a reality, and this video of Ken Block tearing up the streets of San Francisco represents that perfectly.

–(Bonus: I turned the video sound down half way and played Phantogram, Don’t Move at the 1:30 minute mark, or pick another song and tell us how it looked.)–

I assume that at some point he must have been in San Francisco and thought “man if I could clear these streets I could just let loose on this town”, and he somehow did. I don’t even want to start thinking of what the logistics must be to clear the streets in San Fransisco, and then tell them “oh I’m gonna be launching my car in the air like a hundred feet too by the way”. How do you get someone to sign off on that? Well either way it is pretty amazing and Blocks skills as a driver are unreal…..create on, can’t wait to see where he takes gymkhana 6 to.

2 thoughts on “Ken Blocks Gymkhana series just gets crazier every time.

  1. Ken Block has recently anncunoed that he will be holding a Gymkhana GRID Invitational event this upcoming weekend. The intention of this event is to expand Gymkhana’s reach, and to increase it’s popularity. (like he hasn’t done so already ) He plans to do this by inviting some of the world’s top drivers to compete with him head to head on a specially designed Gymkhana course. Not to mention, these events are a great way for DC Shoes to gain exposure. Clearly, this event is building on the success of Block’s previous gymkhana videos:a0one, two, and three.

  2. You actually make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find
    this topic to be really something which I think I would never understand.
    It seems too complex and very broad for me. I’m looking forward for your next post, I will
    try to get the hang of it!

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