Portland, Ore. –Mike Spinner earned his first Dew Tour win in the BMX Park Saturday at the Vans Invitational. Spinner, 19, landed a 1080 (three revolutions) during his second run to secure the victory with a 94.00 score. Dave Mirra and reigning Dew Cup champion Daniel Dhers attempted to knock Spinner out of the lead, but both fell during difficult tricks midway through their second runs. Mirra finished in second with 93.50 and Dhers was third with a 92.33.
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Portland, Ore. – 16-year-old Dennis Enarson topped the BMX Dirt competition, and veteran Jamie Bestwick secured his second BMX Vert victory of the year Friday in the Vans Invitational.Enarson of La Mesa, Calif. dominated the dirt course from his first run, taking home the win with a score of 93.17. This was the first podium finish for Enarson in BMX Dirt, and also the first time he has advanced to the finals in this discipline.
“I am just really ecstatic,” Enarson said, who is the youngest in the field. “It feels really cool, I guess. I don’t really feel like I’m the youngest because I hang out with these guys all the time.”
Diogo Canina, 24, of Brazil placed second with 92.92 points. Third place went to Anthony Napolitan of Youngstown, Ohio with a score of 92.00.
Bestwick, 36, of Nottingham, England sealed his victory with a tailwhip flair (180 backflip with a tailwhip in the middle) in his second run, which earned him a 94.67 score.
After going all out in prelims, Morgan Wade couldn't pull it off in the pro dirt finals at the Vans Invitational. He got 12th. Still, this round got a surprising winner with 16 year old super human Dennis Enarson. He can do more than ride street and he proved that in Portland (triple whips, flipwhips, 360-double whips). It's been a long time coming for Diogo Canina (Brasilian arm wrestling king) to finish on the podium (second place!!). Tricks like opposite double tailwhips, 3-doublewhips and 720- over the hip helped him get there. Anthony Napolitan seems to be on his way back with flip doublewhips, tiregrab to barspin fronties and suicide no-hander frontflips (third). Here are the results of the Dew Tour sop three Dirt finals:
Pro Dirt finals, Portland, Oregon: 1st Enarson, Dennis 93.17 2nd Canina, Diogo 92.92
It's Saturday morning 18 August, the day of the FAT-JAM. There's not a cloud in the sky and it's going to be dry all day. The 8.6 beers have been purchased and are on ice for the Snafu 8.6 dash. McGoo's in town and ready for this. We have FAT prizes for the Fattest slam, Fattest bike, Fattest lambal, Fattest trick, Fattest whatever.... There's a fair in town and the bars will be open till late. Paul's Boutique is only open from 11am - 1pm. This is the 19th summer FAT-JAM!!
7 vert veterans qualified for the finals in Pro vert at the Vans Invitational in Portland, Oregon. The three vert "rookies" being Austin Coleman, Zack Warden and Steve McCann. Vert Qualification Results Dew Tour Portland: 1. Jamie Bestwick 2. Jay Eggleston 3. Steve McCann 4. Simon Tabron
We ain't done with Rebel jam coverage. Still got some stuff to come, just like this little Dirt report. The spot was the same proven trails section at the Mellowpark. Not many changes but it's better than the regular 6 pack in a row at other events. The drop in gets you up to speed for all lines and you have several choices. Most riders chose the big sets but a few of them hit the sets on the right and others transfered from set to set (Doyle - BF - Hans). Each rider had three runs with two of them counting.
This weekend the third round of the Dew Action SPorts Tour takes place in Portland. Dirt Prelims are just finished and it has Morgan Wade on top. Check who else made it to the finals in dirt. Results prelims Dew Tour, Portland Oregon: 1. Morgan Wade 2. James Foster 3. Diogo Canina 4. Ryan Guettler 5. Ryan Nyquist 6. Anthony Napolitan 7. Cory Nastazio 8. Chris Doyle 9. Colin Mackay 10. Dennis Enarson 11. TJ Ellis 12. Corey Bohan
A free magazine? Doesn't get much better than that. Cream made a "Hors-Serie" issue with paper a little less quality but still 100 of them and distributed them in the month of July/August at several contests. Here's a little contents list of HS-#5: -Hollywood jam -Pascal Bacuet -Adidas KOD Austria -King of Paca -Ricardo Laguna -Superstar Chill in Montpellier -KHE story -Summertime portfolio -Making of the BMX Masters -Mirraco portfolio