The high air comp at the Huntington stop of the Vans BMX Pro Cup is always epic... Rumor had it that Chris James sent a text to Larry Edgar claiming that he'd be the high air champ this year. Well...hit play.
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Well, if you watched the "Who's Gonna Win?" video, then you know most of the dudes were calling for an Enarson victory...and the dude did not disappoint. The three run, overall impression format worked well for Dennis as he pretty much remained flawless in all three runs.
Pro Open Friday: 1 TYLER FAORO, DANS COMP/OPTIMUM NUTRITION, CORAL SPRINGS, FL 2 HUNTER BROWN, EXTREME TEAM, W BOUNTIFUL, UT 3 KEITH GRINE, ALPHA, PHOENIX, AZ 4 ETHAN ALVEY, LAYTON, UT 5 ERIC MULLER, UPRIGHT CLOTHING CO, EUGENE, OR 6 TAYLOR OTTERSON, COCHRANE, AB
Pro Open Saturday: 1 JEFFREY UPSHAW, DRIVEN CYCLING ACADEMY, DAYTON, OH 2 KAMREN LARSEN, HARO / US DEVELOPMENT, BAKERSFIELD, CA
Vans BMX Pro Cup, the world’s leading platform for elite BMX park terrain competition, turned up the heat today in Huntington Beach, CA for the second Pro Tour stop of the 2018 season at the Vans US Open of Surfing. Despite a minor injury in practice, tour veteran Kevin Peraza surpassed 30 of the world’s leading BMX riders during a heated semi-finals round to qualify in first, merging his expert street skills with his solid park riding style. Local hero Kris Fox’s high-speed riding and lasting ambition for a place on the podium earned him second place, while 2016 Van Doren BMX Invitational event winner Matt Cordova’s enormous airs and unique transfers secured a third place finish.