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Nigel Sylvester starts his Global ‘GO’ Series Video from the VanDutch 40

Nigel Sylvester, professional BMX athlete, and content creator, releases the 6th installment from his global travel film series, ‘GO’ – this time in the diverse and vibrant city of Miami, starting off the storyline from the iconic VanDutch 40. From Sylvester’s POV, the story starts from the deck of the 40, when his BMX bike is delivered in parts via helicopter.

This episode brings immersive storytelling to life thru high speed-action and its authentic representation of the true cultural heartbeat of Miami. Bringing the series back state-side for the first time in two years, we see Nigel’s encounters with the many recognizable creatives, artists and athletes of Miami as he disembarks from the VanDutch 40 to travel through the streets of Wynwood, Downtown, Little Havana, South Beach, and the Everglades.

Created in 2015 by Sylvester, to give audiences a closer look into his extreme global lifestyle, ‘GO’ conveys the message of break the mold, live your truth, and relentlessly pursue your passion. Sylvester continues to create an intimate view of his journey around the world on his BMX bike, sharing his love for adventure and his relentless ambition as we watch his irrational dreams come to life. With over 55 million streams to date, and 8 cities covered, New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Dubai, London to Paris, and now Miami, Sylvester continues to amaze fans all around the world.

Sylvester was named to the Forbes ’30 Under 30’ list in 2017 as a cultural icon and content creator, and is sponsored by Nike, Samsung, New Era Caps, Beats by Dre, Casio, and Ethika. Whether skydiving out of a plane on his bike in Dubai, sumo wrestling in Tokyo, racing Ferraris down the streets of LA, or winding through crowds in New York City, Nigel uses his energetic soul and skill for riding to bring a new perspective to travel.

Created by Nigel Sylvester, directed by Harrison Boyce, and co-produced by Danielle Salzedo.