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Dennis has up a bike check gallery up at RIDE UK and featured this badass downside whip to disaster while Enns makes sure nothing happens to his dirt halfpipe he made. “No dig no ride!”
A few months back, two of the heaviest teams in BMX, Cinema & Markit, took a trip to Sin City and came back with a little under ten minutes of pure bangers. If your crew is waiting on you to roll out but you’re still at the computer, do not hesitate to put this on. It will double the amount of high fives and landed tricks in your crews sesh. I don’t really see the steam on this one cooling anytime soon.
Dennis Enarson just dropped an unreal edit this week for Haro. It really is mind-blowing. It’s unbelievable how good Dennis is, how he can not only pull the most insane tricks and lines, but make them look effortless; even when he does them opposite. Then to find out he pretty much had a bum back during the filming makes it that much more jaw-dropping. If there was ever a stamp of approval and endorsement of reliability for Dennis’s Rig line, then that was it. Rig bars, tires, and 24mm cranks all taking the beating and rolling on. Check out what the man himself had to say in Rig Line interview we did with him last Sept here>>
When Dennis Enarson went to Spain to film for his next project, it was only logical to assume that he’d slay it out there and come back with some amazing footage from the streets of Barcelona and Malaga. But it didn’t stop there. When most big pros wouldn’t dare put skatepark clips in their latest video, Dennis casually tosses some insane ramp clips in between a barrage of street bangers and makes it allll look good. Is there anyone out there willing to contest the fact that Dennis is one of the best all-around riders out right now? Didn’t think so.
Holy shit, this is what I’ve been waiting for all month! And in typical Dennis Enarson style, he came through with an absolutely insane edit that you’ll be blown away from the very start. Don’t read, just watch! Filmed/ Edited: Christian Rigal for Haro Bikes
A few weeks back we released our most recent series of posters that we coined “The Penny Posters”. We wanted to come up with a cool series of shots that the riders on the posters would be stoked on as well as the riders who are hanging the posters on their wall. Dennis’ was pretty straight forward, shoot something huge on the streets that shows that the rig line can take a beating and keep on ticking. Tyler and Huckers however, we weren’t sure what to do. I spoke with Tyler about what he would want to do and he mentioned it would be cool to jump something that you don’t see everyday. I thought about it for a bit and realized that the warehouse has a forklift, and there you have it. Once we knew what we wanted to do for Tyler’s poster we were on to Huck’s. Hucker’s idea just came from combining a few things that he loves, fire, fireworks, and sketchy jumps, and we decided to shoot it in the dessert because thats pretty much the only place you can set big things on fire and maybe not get harassed for it. So now that you know a bit of the backstory, click on the post and see some behind the scenes from the making of Demolition’s Penny Poster Series!
Does it really get any better than this! Fire, Dennis Enarson airing over Ruben Alcantara, and it’s all on the new RIDEbmx cover. This is badass! Photo by Vince Perraud
Dennis Enarson and Ruben Alcantara give it the ol’ over/under to cover of the latest issue of Ride, shot by the dude Vince Perraud. This is so sick!
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