10,000 Kilometers is a skateboard documentary filmed on the Trans-Siberian Railway and brought to you by Patrik Wallner. It documents the two-month-long journey of around ten people who traveled from Moscow to Hong Kong only by train and skateboarded the unique architecture of various cities in Russia, Siberia, Mongolia, and China along the way. It’s not just a skateboarding film, 10,000 Kilometers covers and documents all the trip’s entertaining stories and adventures with detailed commentaries and interviews.
Besides the main feature, the DVD contains thirty minutes of bonus material. The bonus features include short titles such as Detour through Laos, which is a five minute documentary of a trip to Laos, with Kenny Reed. And the rest of the bonus features include outtakes from the main feature such as Cribs in Mongolia, a visit to the SMP skatepark (biggest in the world), our segment on national Television in Siberia, and much more.
10,000 Kilometers features Michael Mackrodt, Dan Cates, Stas Provotorov, Danny Hochman, Laurence Keefe, Dan Zvereff, Lesha Naimushin, Kenny Reed, and John Tanner. The Sponsors are Element and Cliché Skateboards.
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