More than a decade after his original internet-breaking video, Danny Macaskill still has was it takes to impress (riding across the top of a tennis net, anyone?). His latest, Postcard from San Francisco, is full of stoke, ridiculous stunts, and general awe-inspiring trickery that makes us wanna get out and drop off stuff. Flips? Maybe not so much. Full video above, and watch the behind-the-scenes series showing the making of Postcard from San Francisco on RedBull.com . Photos courtesy of Red Bull PRESS RELEASE:
Taking us back to where it all started in 2009 with a pure street-riding film, Danny returns to his roots in Postcard from San Francisco . A long way from Danny’s hometown on the Isle of Skye off the coast of Scotland, this unique journey through a city steeped in action sports cult status features structures and obstacles unlike anywhere else in the world for the renowned trials legend to explore.
Set against the backdrop of famous (and infamous) landmarks and architecture like The Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island and the streets of Chinatown, MacAskill reinterprets the iconic city in his most challenging project to date.
On the location, MacAskill commented: “I chose San Francisco because it’s such an iconic backdrop for a film. No matter what street you’re on or which way you look, you know you’re in San Francisco – whether it’s the steep hills, the colourful terrace houses, or the amazing views of the two bridges and Alcatraz. I thought it would be a […]
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