Behind the Scenes of Gymkhana Five

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Ken Block and DC Shoes have revealed a behind-the-scenes video of its most successful Gymkhana production to date.

Back in July, Ken Block's Gymkhana Five hit the small screen, the result of four days of filming in picturesque San Francisco. DC Shoes has now revealed a "Making Of" video that offers some insight into the production of what became the most successful Gymkhana video to date. The popular stunt-driving video showcased Ken Block's awesome driving skills and also featured a cameo by Travis Pastrana. The Bay Area was explored in a way not seen since Steve McQueen took to the hilly streets in a green Mustang for "Bullitt" (with its timeless chase scene).

"San Francisco was absolutely amazing for Gymkhana, said Block at the time of the video's release. "It's such a unique location for this kind of driving and allowed me to do some things that I never thought I'd ever be able to incorporate into one of my Gymkhana videos - like jumping a table top or doing a jump drift!"

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