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We know a lot of you have been dying to see more from the Munich Mash contest, so here’s the full video from street finals this morning! The lineup for this contest is pretty much a whos-who of street riders with guys like Bruno Hoffmann, Garrett Reynolds, Chad Kerley, Dan Lacey, Dennis Enarson, Simone Barraco, Dakota Roche, Ty Morrow, Ben Lewis, Alex Kennedy and Anthony Perrin all competing. As you already know, AK took the win and now you can see how he did it.
When the riding’s this raw, the footage might as well be raw too. Catch clips from Chad Kerley, Dennis Enarson, Simone Barraco and Alex Kennedy getting it on a ridiculous course designed by Brian Kachinsky. Finals from this contest are going down tomorrow and by the looks of this, shit is going to pop off!
Today we’re re-upping the Volume x Demolition trip that went down in Japan last month. This thing is crazy good and features some absurd riding from Broc Raiford, Tyler Fernengel, Dennis Enarson and more. Here’s their description:
“Last month we went to Japan with some Demolition dudes & the help of Motocross International Distribution. We got to visit a ton of awesome shops, some amazing skateparks & street quareterpipes, and of course filmed some clips along the way for you to enjoy. Check out Broc Raiford and Alex Raban killing it along with the likes of Dennis Enarson, Tyler Fernengel, Kris Fox, & Connor Lodes. Big thanks again to Motocross International for making this trip a reality, and for taking such good care of us during our stay over there.”
The start of our BIG VLM X Demolition Japan trip, Dennis came up with a rad idea to him shoot some b-roll photos/ behind the scenes. Since he’s been messing with his film camera for some time now and was honestly curious of what Dennis sees with his eyes, we just couldn’t resist. After the jump is a slew of photos shot by Dennis while on the road in Japan. Click top photo or view more to see the whole gallery.
p.s. If you haven’t already, be sure to check out the whole Japan edit here.
“I’ve been shooting photos of my trips for years now, and when I go back and look at a printed film photo it always brings back the best memories. I figured there would be no better trip to shoot of some film, then out Japan with this crew. I tried to get a bunch of photos to show the vibe of the trip when riding and doing everything else we did on the other side of the world.” – Dennis Enarson
Episode 3 of Raditudes picks up at the Red Bull Dirt Conquers contest, then shoots back to California with Hucker riding the legendary Sheep Hills trails and then goes up to Joyride 150 in Toronto with Drew and Anthony riding with Zack Warden and Morgan Wade. Among all the insanity, I think I was most stoked to see a Shaun Butler clip in here!
Volume and Demolition are BIG in Japan and recently made a trip there to ride and hang out with their legions of fans. From park demos to street missions, Alex Raban, Broc Raiford, Connor Lodes, Dennis Enarson, Kris Fox and Tyler Fernengel brought it everyday and as usual, Mastroni did a great job putting it all together.
Two months ago we teamed up with Volume Bikes and Motocross International and made the trek to the heart of Japan for all things sushi, ramen and BMX. Dennis, Tyler, Connor and Kris were all there holding it down for Demolition and they killed it at every stop of the trip. Broc Raiford and Alex Raban were also there repping their frame sponsor Volume Bikes. Since all the Volume guys have completely different sponsors from the Demo guys they don’t usually get to travel together so this was a rad opportunity to ride and party with some new faces. Needless to say the trip was amazing and we all had a total blast while we were out there and can’t wait for the opportunity to go back again. So without any further mumbling from yours truly, hit play on this edit and watch the madness that was Volume X Demolition in Japan. Thanks again to Motocross International for organizing and taking such good care of all of us. Filmed and Edited by Mike Mastroni.
If you missed yesterday’s Dew Tour street contest, here’s some highlights. Between everyone they invited out and how heated this first event got, you can already tell the upcoming street and streetstyle contests are gonna go hard. Congrats again to our dude Stevie Churchill for coming away with the win and Dan Lacey for an insane best trick!
If you didn’t catch the Dew Tour park finals live yesterday, here’s the highlights from top to bottom. Ryan Nyquist’s beastly first run looked like it was going to hold strong all the way til Andy Buckworth’s last one. It was close!
With such a stacked field in the Dew Tour BMX street contest, it was seriously anyone’s game. But when the 30 minute jam session was over, our dude Stevie Churchill came away with the win! Rounding out the top three were Dennis Enarson in second and Sean Ricany in third, with Dan Lacey taking best trick with a 360 over ice.