Jordan Garland sent through the first episode of the “Journey to #ADetroitFilm” for you guys to check out. This video focuses around the crazy creek gap that Dillon Jaye decided to jump, and ultimately turndown. This video follows the story from building the kicker at Transition Skatepark to the actual jump with a lot of insight into other aspects of this event like photographers and painters who were there to show off their skills as well. There’s also a little detour to a behind the scenes look into a movie set that was being used in Detroit, as well. But back to the main point… This is a GNARLY gap and we’ve seen people give this gap a go in the past, but we’re pretty sure we have never seen anyone actually trick the gap. Check out what went down!
“The first episode introduces you to our journey while we create the full length film “#aDetroitFilm” ! This episode takes you behind the scenes as Dillon Jaye attempts to jump 43 feet over a creek on his BMX bike, as well as on set of a famous movie we stumbled on while urban exploring, you will not believe what we found!!
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@dillon_jaye Creek Jump.
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Frederick Bird- Cathedral
Legend of Zelda- Hyrule Field theme
Kingdom Hearts- Destiny Island
Transformers(the score)- All Spark
Big Baby Dram instrumental- Broccoli
Kingdom Hearts-Hollow Bastion
Yung Lean- Ice Cold Smoke
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