Watch pro BMX-athlete Nigel Sylvester trade in his bike for a jersey as he unofficially joins football club Paris Saint-Germain in his 5th installment of ‘GO.’ The traveling content series ventures from London to Paris to share a visual tale of the interweaving elements between sports, art, music and technology.
The immersive short is shot in first-person POV and features some of the cities’ most iconic attractions. The film follows Nigel shooting hoops in the colorfully captivating Pigalle Duperre to goalie drill practice in the iconic Parc Des Prince with Paris Saint-Gerrmain Forward and USMNT rising star, Timothy Weah.
‘GO’ was created in 2015 to give audiences a firsthand look into Nigel’s extreme global lifestyle. Riding his bike through six of the most emblematic cities around the world- London, Paris, New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo and Dubai – the content series encourages viewers to break the mold, live your truth and relentlessly pursue your passions. Going beyond the boundaries of his BMX skills, Sylvester brings a new perspective into his travels with his visual diary made in collaboration with director Harrison Boyce and co-producer Danielle Salzedo.
The professional BMX athlete, is set to release the 5th installment from his global adventure series, ‘GO’, featuring two of the world’s most iconic cities in a way never seen before on June 6, 2018. ‘GO – London to Paris’ tells a unique story of how sport, art, music, technology, and lifestyle converge in this action-packed short film; featuring some of the cities most influential creatives and athletes as well as emerging new artists. All shot from first-person POV, ‘GO’ takes viewers on a visually captivating and immersive experience as Sylvester races through the streets from Brixton to Chelsea and notable locations including Pompidou Centre, Somerset House, Parc des Princes – home of Paris St. Germain FC, Pigalle Basketball Courts, and Thorpe Park.
Created in 2015 by Sylvester to give audiences a closer look into his extreme global lifestyle, ‘GO’ artistically documents his journey throughout the world’s most recognizable cities, conveying the message of break the mold, live your truth, and relentlessly pursue your passion. With over 45 million streams to date and four cities covered, New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Dubai, Sylvester’s ambitious goal is to ride his bicycle around the world engaging with the true culture that defines these cities. From sky-diving out of a plane on his bike in Dubai, to sumo wrestling in Tokyo, to racing Ferrari’s in the streets of LA, and winding through the insane streets of New York City with his crew, Sylvester goes beyond the boundaries of sport bringing a new perspective to travel. In collaboration with his director, Harrison Boyce, and co-produced with Danielle Salzedo, Sylvester continues to entertain and shock his fans in the 5th installment of ‘GO – London to Paris’.
‘GO – London to Paris’ appearances: Timothy Weah of Paris Saint Germain Football Club, Stéphane Ashpool of Pigalle, Dolly Cohen, Manon Bresch, Piu Piu, Places + Faces, The Chicken Connoisseur, Octavian, Flohio, BitBeefy, Jake 100, Street Elitez, Kie Willis, Joseph Hendo, Korahn Gayle, Nous Paris, Parc des Princes – Home of the Paris Saint Germain Football Club, Somerset House, Centre Pompidou
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