Transcript for Go Motocrossing With Stuntmen From 'Point Break'
Action fans including as I've just learned Tom llamas have a major Christmas gift heading their way when "Point break" hits movie screens the reimaging of the classic featuring extreme athletes pushing the lilt and ABC's nick watt got to ride along with some of the stunt men. ? Reporter: "Point break" the most stunt-tastic movie opens with this ridiculous ride along a ridge filmed from a helicopter and under the helmets these guys. There was a few times I got literally blown off the trail and just went down the side of the mountain because of the rotor wash. Reporter: You have to go big and lived to tell the tale. You guys do not have a death wish. No. It's calculated over many, many, many years of riding. Reporter: There's Dustin, Steve. Who's the third guy? Ah. They taught me how. I'm still alive. Whoo! You cleared the tabletop. I'm proud of you. I'm riding the actual bike Dustin rode in "Point break" mercifully not on the virgin trails in Utah they picked for the movie location. Was it terrifying? A couple time, yeah and I think it was probably more terrifying for him. Because he was in your dust. Yeah, he couldn't see anything. 90% of it almost completely blind. Some of the ridges are literally as wide as your tires. But they claim this, even this is safer than riding a motorcycle on a public highway. People still get hurt really bad but you don't have to worry about cars or things in the road. Texting and riding on the tracks. Nobody is texting and driving on the tracks. Reporter: For "Good morning America," nick watt, ABC news at the L.A. County raceway. I'm suddenly very impressed with nick watt. By the way, "Point-blank" in theaters tomorrow. Great. "Point break."
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