If I was a judge at this event I may have just quit halfway through. The teams were so diversely talented and absolutely bringing it. In the end, I suppose Chad Kerley pretty much won this event for Team Enarson with some of the most ridiculous runs of the event, including a nose manual on the frighteningly high sub box. I think Harry Main’s team would have won through overall impression if I were judging. Every rider on it did absolute bangers.
Other stand out riders were Chase Hawk and Bas Keep blasting everything and bringing the best styles to the course. Pat Casey, Michael Beran, and Kyle Baldock brought some of the most technical and difficult tricks to The Pool. Drew Bezanson just killed everything as per usual and did one of the biggest wallrides of the night, but not the best. Best trick goes to Brian Foster’s quarter to curved wallride without any loss of speed or style. The Blue Falcon lives on!
As well as those accolades, there was the overall best rider which went to Dennis Enarson as voted on by the riders. What can you say? He IS the champ. Also was the best lines team, which basically refers to most creative ways to ride the environment, and this went to Ruben Alcantara’s team that did a train consisting of Tom Dugan, Sergio Layos, Kevin Kalkoff, and Ruben himself.
1. Dennis Enarson, Chad Kerley, Jeremiah Smith, Josh Harrington
2. Drew Bezanson, Pat Casey, Michael Beran, Rob Wise
3. Harry Main, Alex Coleborn, Kyle Baldock, Ben Wallace
4. Bas Keep, Chase Hawk, Bruno Hoffmann, Dan Lacey
5. Garrett Reynolds, Sean Sexton, Paul Ryan