Name Park: Doesn’t really have a name, we just call them the ramps haha Location: San Diego, CA
What are the Covid-19 restrictions where you live at the moment? Dennis Enarson: They are pretty loose at the moment. Seems like everything is normal except you see the masks every where and a lot of businesses are still closed. Looks like everything is loosening up daily.
How does it feel having a ramp available whenever you feel like riding? Dennis Enarson: It is seriously amazing. It’s my favorite park in the world and its open to ride whenever the sun is shining. Couldn't be any more grateful.
Have the sessions been small in size because of the pandemic? Dennis Enarson: Ya I chilled them out for sure. Just a few people at a time for now. Trying to stay safe and stay apart from each other too. I would like to think the people that have been coming over are super healthy but you never know. So we try and not breath on each other. Which isn’t too hard with a few people and a massive setup.
What kind of wood did you use for the ramp? Dennis Enarson: Skatelite hooked it up and it is amazing!
Come along for the ride on this insanely glorious line with Dennis Enarson that seems to just keep going and going forever! Consider this a tour by Dennis of his brand new ramp set up that is sure to leave you drooling!
Vans is proud to present Homestead, a fresh new edit from Dennis Enarson, Jason Watts and Corey Walsh, filmed by Christian Rigal. The impetus for the film came together after the three built a world-class ramp setup in Dennis’ backyard late last year.
Scotty Cranmer sits down with one of the best to ever pick up a BMX bike. Dennis Enarson discusses getting into BMX, turning pro at a young age, career highlights, the scariest tricks, he's ever done, and much more!
Upon arriving in Seattle to work on a Vans video project, we caught Dennis Enarson as he was building up his bike. Dennis goes over what and how he packs when traveling, then gives the rundown of his bike while putting it together—including his signature Haro SD frame, new Haro SD pedals, his Demolition Rig line, and more...
Dennis Enarson crushed this course and earned himself a well deserved first place. Dennis' runs were full of speed, tricks, flow and he hit every obstacle out there. Amazing watching him ride this course!
Closing out the opening weekend of the Vans US Open with crowds ablaze, the first-ever Vans Rebel Jam BMX street competition held on American soil concluded its final rounds, awarding decorated BMX riders Dennis Enarson and Perris Benegas as the event’s overall winners. Showcasing 18 of the world’s best street riders in the finals, the Vans Rebel Jam also recognizes originality and innovation with individual rider awards ranging from most creative, hard trick, and best overall style. The 2019 Vans Rebel Jam is unique in all of the industry for championing prize parity for competitors and matching podium winnings for men and women.
In the Men’s division, all-terrain BMX specialist Dennis Enarson conquered the street course with ease,
If you had to pick just 3 tricks you could do, 3 spots you could ride, and 3 riders you could ride with, what would you choose? In MAGIC NUMBER, that's what we want to know. We kick things off with Dennis Enarson. Let us know what you thought of his answers – anything surprising or were they what you expected?