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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.
If you’ve been looking at the RIDEbmx Nora Cup award nominees, you’ll notice that Dennis Enarson has been up for almost all of them; Reader Choice, Video Part, Street Rider and Ramp Rider. Think that’s almost every damn category except for Flatland? To even get mentioned in these let alone getting nominated is a huge feat all on its own. Seeing Dennis grow firsthand over the years and how much he’s accomplished and has done has been pretty awesome to say the least. Photo by Ryan Scott
When I was a kid I used to dream of new parts coming out and what the hottest thing was at that time was. I feel like Dennis’ Rig line is that for me now. I’m pumped on every item (Rig Bar / Rig Tire / Rig Crank) and how f-n strong/ durable they are. That little kid in me was stoked to see this photo that J.Cobbs shot of all the parts together. Hit the photo to go BIG! While you’re at it, check out Dennis’ last interview about the whole line here>>
Here’s the official highlights video from the Brooklyn Dew Tour Streetstyle Finals featuring riding from Chad Kerley, Tyler Fernengel, Scotty Cranmer, Dennis Enarson and Garrett Reynolds.
So stoked for the champ! Ha! Although he would hate being called that, what Dennis isn’t hating is life right now! First winning street style in Portland, then winning street yesterday in Brooklyn and then taking home second today in street style, Dennis is straight killing it right now. Check out this highlight reel from yesterdays street finals and then click on the post to take a look at Dennis’ street style run that landed him second today.
Also a huge congratulations goes out to Tyler Fernengel for taking home fourth in today’s street style comp. So sick!!