Californian Bereman welcomed Australian fellow motocross star Maddison to Los Angeles, however they had to leave their car and team up on their bikes to beat the famous gridlock.
The 28-year-old Bereman has been racing motocross since he was 10 years old with an X Games Minneapolis 2019 gold medal to his name from the MTX Best Whip event.
Maddison, aged 38, is a motocross/stunt legend who has broken world motorcycle jumping records while racking up X Games and Red Bull X-Fighters medals.
In their latest video, the duo ditch their car away from notorious LA traffic and get on their dirt bikes to wheelie through the city and produce jaw-dropping jumps.
They pass several iconic landmarks, guide their bikes through Los Angeles City Hall and criss-cross the LA River aqueduct on their mission to escape congestion.
Bereman jumps a gap on Grand Avenue with a 34ft fall underneath, while Maddison drops from the 1st Street bridge into the Los Angeles River a huge 46ft below.
Ride along with the high-octane duo during four days of shooting for the “Duct Out” video and see how the athletes and production team made the jaw-dropping project come to life in this behind-the-scenes video.
Video and photos courtesy Red Bull Motorsports
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