2014/8/18 11:20:00 (179 reads)
The Dew Tour Toyota City Championships wrapped up its final day of competition in Portland, Ore. with the finals in BMX streetstyle. Dennis Enarson, a 23-year-old native of California, brought home the Dew Cup in BMX streetstyle after nailing three solid runs, with the best and final run earning him a score of 93.75. “It feels awesome to get first in my favorite type of event, streetstyle,” said Enarson. “It’s the one I look forward to most out of all contests, so to win it is unreal.”

Enarson’s top run included a backflip tailwhip, 360 to flat off the tallest bank, opposite tailwhip from the kicker over the flat rail and an opposite tailwhip off the beam perch hanging from the top of the shipping container. New Jersey’s Garrett Reynolds followed
2014/8/18 7:20:00 (161 reads)
Results Dew Tour Street Style 2014.
1     Dennis Enarson     93.75
2     Garrett Reynolds     91.25
3     Drew Bezanson     87.75
4     Broc Raiford     87.50
5     Chad Kerley     87.25
6     Kevin Peraza     87.25
2014/8/17 23:30:00 (213 reads)
Portland Fans Lined Up to Celebrate the Return of Dew Tour for the Toyota City Championships. The Dew Tour Toyota City Championships kicked off its two-day skateboard and BMX competition today, taking over the streets of downtown Portland, Ore.
Australian, Kyle Baldock took home his second back-to-back BMX dirt Dew Cup after wowing an enthusiastic crowd under the lights. After noticing that the competition wasn’t trying any park-style technical moves, Baldock’s winning tricks included a frontflip no-hander into the first set and a 360 double whip barspin to flair drop in later in his ride.

“To win two years in a row is an amazing feeling,” said Baldock.
2014/8/17 12:30:00 (124 reads)
Nice weather in Osijek and ludacris attractions on two wheels filled up the stands with fans. The riders were driven by ovations and support of the public. After the morning session and the warm up amateur drivers started to compete. The winner of the amateur competition was Jakov Petrinec who dominated in front of his home crowd. Second place went to Luka Bošnjak and the third place to Domagoj Antoli?. Qualifications for pro drivers started at exactly 6 PM. The public enjoyed 
2014/8/16 11:34:45 (169 reads)
Pro Park:
1. Jack Fahey
2. Timo Schulze
3. Tobias Freigang
4. Senad Grosic
5. Christian Lutz
6. Adrian Warnken
7. Daniel Juchatz
8. Mike Würzinger
9. Vincent Unrath
10. Marcel Profittlich
11. Shawn Hammer
12. Tim Güntner
13. Timothy Pesth

Street
Best rider: Bruno Hoffmann
2014/8/13 14:50:00 (180 reads)
MONSTER ARMY RECON TOUR ROUND 4 Brad Thomas claims victory and becomes the fourth athlete advancing to the Recon Tour Finals. Brad Thomas gets gold in the open division at the Monster Army Recon Tour Round 4 in South Bend, Indiana at the iconic Kitchen BMX Park. Isaiah Potter took home first place in the 16 + division as well as Eddie Rovi taking another gold medal in the 13-15 division.

This is the second year that Brett Banasiewicz and his family have opened their doors to their world-class facility. Much like last year the competition was intense and the tricks even bigger. Banasiewicz built this facility just over three years ago when he was considered one of the best BMX athletes in the world. Unfortunately, he had a life-changing injury, but remains passionate about growing and evolving the sport of BMX.

The open division was full of excitement with all the competitors going for broke. Front flips, flip whips, and big transfers were a common theme in this division. Thomas walked away with the
2014/8/10 14:20:00 (266 reads)
The 2014 Mongoose Jam Dirt Competition wrapped up at the Camp Woodward dirt course on Friday. The results decided which team would take the glory and bragging rights as well as the largest portion of the $50,000 prize. At 12PM EST, the entire camp gathered to watch the pros and their fellow campers compete for the win. Everyone cheered as they watched Drew Bezanson (Team Ryan) nail a never-before-seen no handed backflip peg grab. The crowd got even rowdier as Kenneth Tencio attempted a backflip superman seat grab to
2014/8/9 15:20:00 (263 reads)
BMX Pro Comp results. Boardmasters 2014.
1st - Mark Webb
2nd - Declan Brookes
3rd - Tom Justice
4th - Jack Watts
5th - Jack Clark
6th - Cam Peake
7th - Luke Padgett
8th - Ollie Palmer
9th - Phil Aller
10th - Gaz Wilson
11th - Martyn Cooper
2014/8/9 13:30:00 (198 reads)
BMX Freestyle winners Ghetto Games, Latvia.

1. Andres Lainevool
2. Ola Selsjord
3. Ole Andre Kristiansen
4. Romans Gorovojs
5. Jb Peytavit


Photo: Arturs Pavlovs
2014/8/9 11:50:00 (230 reads)
During today's Mongoose Jam Street Competition, pros and amateurs ripped at the Block, the Plaza, and the Outdoor Street course at Camp Woodward. Riders landed tricks in all three areas, but the coolest feature was Mongoose's custom "M" logo ramp. The Street Comp was the second event in the Mongoose Jam, and the teams showed no signs of slowing down.

Campers cheered on the teams as everyone gathered in the designated Street Comp zones each offering riders a chance to
2014/8/7 18:20:00 (243 reads)
Camp Woodward's Lot 8 saw riders ripping through it again on Wednesday for the 2014 Mongoose Jam Park Competition. The first Mongoose Jam event featured 27 riders, including 22 of the world's best pros and all five amateur Woodward campers selected from Tuesday's Lucky Camper Competition. Each rider was given 40 seconds and three runs to throw down, with the best session counting as their final score. Riders were scored by a panel of three judges who focused on the number and difficulty of tricks, along with the guys' unique
2014/8/6 22:40:00 (239 reads)
With the official start of Mongoose Jam tomorrow, nineteen Woodward East campers competed in an amateur park contest today for a coveted spot on one of five Mongoose Jam pro teams. Each team will be captained by Mongoose athletes Steve McCann, Greg Illingworth, Paul Ryan, Ben Wallace, and Kevin Peraza. Woodward East's Lot 8 was filled with action sports campers rooting on riders as they went head to head. The nineteen campers each had two 45 second opportunities for individual runs and one 10 second glory trick to further
2014/8/5 22:30:00 (204 reads)
The year’s most anticipated North American flatland BMX event took place in New Orleans, Louisiana, over the weekend, as the 10th anniversary of Voodoo Jam went off inside Generations Hall. As always, an anxious crowd wrapped around the building while waiting for the doors to open, and upon stepping foot inside the venue, each and every person was full of energy right up until the awards were handed out. After a decade of combining the culture of New Orleans with his love for flatland, Scott O’Brien pulled off yet another incredible event.
2014/8/4 22:10:00 (156 reads)

Pro:
1-Yohei Uchino
2-Viki Gomez
3-Jean William Prevost
4-Takahiro Ikeda
5-Alex Jumelin
6-Naoto Tamaru
7-Jason Plourde
8-Terry Adams
9-Tsutomu Kitayama
10-Gonzalo Bellanti
11-Bo Wade
12-James McGraw
13-Tyler Gilliard
14-Hiroki Uchiyama
15-Dax Wolford
16-Will Redd
17-Art Thomason
18-Peter Olsen

2014/8/4 9:30:00 (121 reads)

Pro
1 Thomas Noyer
2 Jean Bulhon
3 Varo Hernandez
4 Kris Gauthier
5 Joakim Sontag
6 Romain Dodelier
7 Fred Page
8 Rémy Dunoyer

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