Films: Skateboarder & Skyline Are Both Racing Champions

Skateboarder & Skyline Are Both Racing Champions

Kevin Reimer, from Vancouver, Canada, is a professional downhill skateboarder, traveling all around the world to race down technical roads. When looking for a car to buy, he desired something with similar traction and grip as his skateboards, as well as something that could handle turns at speed. He found his perfect car: A 1991 Nissan Skyline GT-R. When he discovered that he and the car had both raced and won on the same course, he knew there was a special connection. Now Kevin has the ultimate tools: one to race down a canyon and one to drive to the top of one.

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Hazel Perry
Hazel Perry

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Andrew Adams
Andrew Adams

Recognize that bit of road anywhere, sure isn’t in Canada! (20 second mark).

Matthew Lange
Matthew Lange

Curious is it illegal to drive a car registered in another country in the US? Surely a Canadian Citizen can drive into the US with their car if they are visiting on holiday?

Rip Curl
Rip Curl
Canadians are allowed to drive their cars in the US on Canadian plates for up to 1 year before requiring importation. Technically you could register a car in Canada, bring it to the US, and as long as you crossed the border (even if it was for 5 mins) before crossing over the 1 year mark then returned it would be technically allowed. I know of someone with an ‘un-named’ car in the US who would do this and has never had an issue despite being looked into. Canada also has a cool law that allows anything 15 years or… Read more »
Tyler
Tyler

Cool video.

I’m interested to see what next year is like when the ’89 R32’s are legal to import. Living close to Canada I feel like I’m going to start seeing a lot more of them.

Logan Tanner
Logan Tanner

Great video guys. This just keep getting better and better from a storytelling perspective. And this one wasn’t too long. Feel like some of them have been unnecessarily long. Great work.

Arjen van Geffen
Arjen van Geffen

“Doing your average kickflip or going to the skatepark” How about you try to kickflip a 15 stair or is that not exciting enough for you. Get a proper skateboard.

Nick Bouffard
Nick Bouffard

calm down man, different stokes for different folks.

btw show me a video of you kickfliping a 15 set.

Arjen van Geffen
Arjen van Geffen

I never said I could haha, but he’s the one who implied real skateboarding is boring
And that’s why I said I would like to see him do some actual tricks, I assume we both know skateboarding at a park
when you can actually do tricks and progress to bigger shit on the street is exciting
I dunno I’m not mad at all I just think it’s lame for him to compare real skateboarding to downhill skateboarding..

Ryan Hoyle
Ryan Hoyle

Really cool video, good story of combining his interest of canyon carving on his board and in the car. That car looks really fun too, I wish I had those roads by me.

Ryan Hoyle
Ryan Hoyle

meh… clicked reply, not add comment…

agcurry
agcurry

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Matthew Schembri
Matthew Schembri

Same here Video not loading 🙁

Afshin Behnia
Afshin Behnia

Sorry about that! It’s there now.

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