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If you haven’t noticed, we sponsor/ hookup a good amount of the Haro guys and I wanna say everyone in this video runs our parts. Regardless, this sweet edit they just put out at Pat’s house is ridiculous and is what you’d expect from Pat, Dennis, Tyler, Nyquist, Mike and Colin. They all do insane stuff but that ender by Mike Gray is nuts!
Ryan Fudger met up with Demolition’s ping pong champ, Dennis Enarson, to see what his current set up is and see if he’s got any special new goodies on there to check out. Head over to RideBMX to check it and find out!
I can’t speak for all photographer’s but my worst nightmare is being at the right place at the right time and just plain missing the shot. There are a million things that can cause you to miss the photo. Exposure, focus, lighting, timing, framing are all standing by to ruin the shot. It only takes one of these elements to ruin a photo and it takes all of them to make one.
The day this photo was shot Dennis had been riding this rail for a while trying to figure out something for it. He had a few things in mind, all of which were insane, but none of them were working out quite right. He then started floating these 180 downside whips out of the rail, not really coming close at first but if you know Dennis it doesn’t take him long to get something dialed in. So while he was feeling out the trick with his first few attempts, I was trying to get the framing just right so he was framed by the railing at the same time that the railing was blocking out the sun. It was optimistic framing at best, anytime the sun wasn’t blocked by the railing it completely blew out the whole shot, but when it worked I thought it looked great so I just kept the framing and tried to keep consistent with it. The next thing I knew Dennis floated a huge downside 180 whip, the first one he was on top of, and absolutely stopped the shit out of it. I had already snapped the photo and was praying that he would be able to complete the rollback which seemed to be happening in slow motion. Once he came out of the rollback we had a celebration and checked the footy, the sun was hidden behind the rail, the timing was good, and everything was in frame and in focus, breathing a huge sigh of relief!
If you wanted to get your hands on the latest DIG with Dennis Enarson’s Rider of the Year interview but can’t find it, look no further. They just put up the full interview and amazing pics on their site. Click here to check it out, you definitely won’t be disappointed. Pic by J.Cobbs
Join Dennis and some of the Markit Crew on a typical day in San Diego. The day starts out with breakfast, followed by an above average driveway session and a trip to Clairemont skatepark. Other than being jealous of those stops at some of Dennis’ local eateries there’s plenty of shredding in this.
Vital just put up another cool feature with all of Brandon Means’ year end pics. He has up a good amount of our Demolition riders that came out super sick. Be sure to check out the full gallery here.
This might be considered cheating because any footage you put a Radical Face song to is instantly going to become a raging emotional montage of bittersweet memories. And also when you have Dennis Enarson and Drew Bezanson in the same video- that’s cheating. Plus Kriss Kyle? Not fair. Then this last guy- don’t even know who it is- fucking murders those ramps. All-in-all, probably my favorite installment of Jason Phelan‘s “Nightmare” series.