“There’s a lot of pressure on me in case it doesn’t do well, because you’ve got all these people who have put in hard work – and I have as well – but at the end of the day, I’m happy with it. It’s what I love to do, it’s been an amazing opportunity and it’d be great if it goes down as well as we’re hoping.
“I feel like I made the best out of it and I’ve still got another thousand ideas in my head, because after the film is done I’m already thinking about what I want to do next.
“It’s always going to be ongoing. You can never be too happy. You always want to do better and one-up yourself.”
What’s up next up for Kriss? Well, he’s heading over to Malaga for a spot more recording, travelling to Hastings for a session with Source BMX, and then he’ll be off to San Diego for a couple of weeks, all before or just after the end of the year.
“It’s been so busy recently so it’s great to have a bit of a chill and some down time,” the rider notes, as we silently question whether the jet-setting just described fits the definition of ‘down time’.
If ‘Kaleidoscope’ goes down as well as we expect it to though, Kriss won’t have much more time to relax in the future, either. Though the more you speak to the passionate 23-year-old, the more you realise that he’s rarely at home if he’s not on his bike.
There’s a lot more to come from Kriss Kyle yet, but ‘Kaleidoscope’ could just be the feature to make him a household name.
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