How long did it take to build the new ramp set-up?
Dennis Enarson: It was about a month and a half tear down project, two and a half months to build the ramp, and another month to dial in the rest of the yard.
Who comes over on the regular to ride the ramp with you?
Dennis Enarson: It varies. It’s been finished fully for a full few months, so the different amounts of people who have been over have been crazy. Right now during the COVID thing we definitely have some regulars though. Trying not to have too many different faces over right now till we know everything is safe.
If you need something re-built or moved, who are you gonna call?
Dennis Enarson: I’m going to have to do it all for now. With help from my friends. I can’t wait for the master, Jason Watts to get back. Everything looks easy for him when it comes to fixing this beast.
What was the sickest session on the ramp so far?
Dennis Enarson: Probably the nights filming for Homestead. Watts, Walsh, and myself are the true locals back there and getting to film with them late into the night was priceless. Every session with those two on this ramp is amazing!
Dennis Enarson: My parents the most for the epic yard free of rent. They basically gave me half of their yard to get creative with. Watts and Walsh for building this thing. The tear down crew, and everyone who dripped sweat into the wood. You know who you are. Thank you!
Photos by Joey Cobbs / Haro Bikes.