Razor's latest Ken Block parody video passes 850,000 views on YouTube - ToyNews

Razor's latest Ken Block parody video passes 850,000 views on YouTube

Latest video is a follow up to the 2013 Crazy Cart Gymkhana: Epic Ken Block Gymkhana tribute video, which has been viewed over 2.5 million times
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Razor’s Crazy Cart Gymkhana 2 video has been viewed over 850,000 times on YouTube in just three weeks.

The Ken Block parody video showcases the Crazy Cart’s drifting ability as it navigates a series of obstacles and challenges in a shipping yard. 

It is a follow up to the 2013 Crazy Cart Gymkhana: Epic Ken Block Gymkhana tribute video, which has achieved over 2.5 million views over the past year.

“These incredible viewer numbers demonstrate the strength of our online assets for Razor," said Katy Fletcher, Re:creation Brand Manager – Outdoor.

"This type of compelling content really adds to our story and is clearly captivating a global audience. After the runaway success of the first Ken Box video, there was a huge pressure on the team to pull it out of the bag for a second time and, with hundreds of thousands of fans tuning in already, it’s clear they have hit the mark once again.

“All of this buzz around the Razor brand will continue to support our Electrify your Ride marketing campaign and drive momentum right through into 2015 as we launch new products to the range.”

Check out the video below:

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