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Ronnie and Dennis flew out to Portugal a few months back to team up with Hadrien Picard and Lumia to film an edit around the country with nothing but cell phones. The parks and street spots this crew covers in this edit is amazing and needless to say these two ride all those spots like no one else can. This edit has that cool acoustic feel to it, mixed with badass riding and picturesque spots you surely do not want to miss out on this one. Hit play and enjoy.
With this video filmed entirely on a cellphone, the bar has not only been raised but it has also been decimated and thrown away. In our defense though, the Nokia phone that this was all filmed with has a 20-megapixel camera and uses optical image stabilization (as does the iPhone 6 Plus, but no other iPhones). And also in our defense, we are talking about Dennis Enarson and Ronnie Napolitan here… I’m sure they could have done most of this in their sleep. With Hadrien Picard behind the keypad, this video proves that the gear doesn’t make a great video- the people using the gear do.
Oh man what a blast, cool little house, rad crew, great food, and more spots than we knew what to do with. Just a few special ingredients in what made for one of the best trips ever to San Antonio last year. The Markit crew was in the middle of filming for what would be the Nora Cup Video of the Year, Markit Zero. The Demolition crew was in the middle of one of their busiest traveling years to date and so the timing was just right for a super fun, relaxed, yet ridiculously productive trip right in America’s heart land. So please take a minute to sit back, relax, and click through some of our photos from one of the best trips ever and get motivated to get a bunch of your friends together and get tripping to somewhere you’ve never been but always wanted to go! Yewww!
Haro put together this awesome edit of their team at Toast last weekend. Matt Cordova, Mike Gray, and Dennis all have a ton of sick clips and it also has a rad view of Matt’s Cow Bell Challenge win. Check it out!
It’s Tuesday and I’m still hyped after the BMX positivity festival known as Texas Toast that ended Sunday. The boys behind the scenes did an incredible job on the event and it was the best it has ever been. In an environment where it seems impossible to please all the different types of riders with one set of ramps for everyone to ride, Ryan Corrigan absolutely smashed the street course design and came up with something for everyone, park and street riders alike. A great course enables great riders to test the limits of their skills and this video shows Garrett Reynolds, Colin Varanyak, Connor Lodes, Dennis Enarson, Simone Barraco and many more doing just that. Stick around to the end to catch a bonus victory jump by Cory Walsh in the Gauntlet Of Death too. So many insane moves in this, hit play and lean back. Or to the left.
The 2014 edition of the Texas Toast is a wrap and the results are in. Congrats to Dennis Enarson for taking the win in street with Garrett Reynolds and Connor Lodes for taking second and third. Mike Hucker won dirt with Anthony Napolitan and Chris Doyle in second and third in dirt.
Holy shit this year’s Texas Toast street qualifying were incredible! Check out the highlights from the even featuring riding from Aaron Ross, Garrett Reynolds, Dennis Enarson, Grant Germain, Demarcus Paul, Christian Rigal, Connor Lodes, Charlie Crumlish, Sean Sexton, Jake Seeley, Van Homan, Chris Doyle, Dillon Lloyd, Mike Gray, Simone Barraco, Broc Raiford, Eric Bahlman, Tony Hamlin, and many many more.
Dreamline 2014 is all wrapped and in the books…. And from the looks of it the organizers completely outdid themselves in putting together one of, if not the best dirt comp of the year. Dennis, Hucker and Doyle all made the finals and all made top 10 and all did completely insane runs to get them there. Check out the madness here and then head over to RideBMX to check out an awesome photo gallery from finals along with the rest of the coverage from Red Bull’s Dreamline 2014.