Recently, GoPro announced their all-new Hero 7 camera, a massive step up in their product offerings in terms of image quality, as well as image stabilization in-camera. To help kick off that launch, the GoPro team flew out to Ken Block’s home state of Utah to go and document Block doing what he does best when he’s home: having fun with some of his toys. In this case, it was his customized Can-Am Maverick X3 rs turbo and in two different locations. The first one was Sand Hollow State Park, a favorite Utah destination of Block and his family for the variety of outdoor activities they can do there. The other location was Swing Arm City, in Southern Utah. A location Block is intimately familiar with from previous Can-Am trips, as well as the filming of his epic Terrakhana video project, which also utilized the location.
To see Block in action, as well as the buttery smooth footage from the shoots, click the video below.