Over the weekend Rob Dyrdek invited Cambio to visit the infamous Fantasy Factory, and we jumped at the chance to check it out! "Fantasy Factory" is going into its fifth season, and Rob shared with us a few things to come, as well as a few new additions to the factory. Over the weekend Rob Dyrdek invited Cambio to visit the infamous Fantasy Factory, and we jumped at the chance to check it out! "Fantasy Factory" is going into its fifth season, and Rob shared with us a few things to come, as well as a few new additions to the factory.
The factory, which is located in downtown Los Angeles, is a 25,000 square foot warehouse that has been transformed into a skateboarder's wet dream. From crazy ramps, to basketball hoops 30 feet high, the place is set up for fun! He told us about some of his favorite memories that have happened in the factory, which Rob said were all based around his love of "convincing normal people to do sketchy things," referencing to when he got Lil' Wayne to be pulled on a skateboard into a foam pit, as well as when Justin Bieber drove a go-cart into the foam pit. Rob admitted "I'd barely do that, that's super sketchy."
We sat down with Rob in his office, which was mixed with both information about "Ridiculousness" and Rob's many other ventures. He informed us this next season is one of the most insane, including "him becoming an ordained minister." Apparently he will be marrying his sister, and who doesn't want to see what Rob ends up saying during this wedding?!
New to the factory was an awesome piece of art up on the wall that is Rob's new Nickelodeon cartoon about his skate crew The Wild Grinders when he was 11 years old. He told us about how much pain going into the studio and recording this voice was for him. Apparently acting is not his favorite thing to do.
Also in the factory was the stunt car Rob used to kick flip over the world's giant skateboard for a Super Bowl commercial. His story of what went through his head during the jump is hilarious, and you can check it all out in the video above.
Check out an all-new season of "Fantasy Factory" starting Monday March 19 at 10PM with back-to-back episodes.