The third North American stop on the FMB World Tour couldn't have started off with better weather, the sun was shining all day.
Anthony Messere's first event of the 2012 FMB World Tour.
Noah Brousseau was riding super solid all day. He also got a sweet tattoo when his van broke down in Green River. Happy early mothers day Vary!
Will White blasting a big super man on the Pinkbike jump.
No one was going higher than Anthony today on the 510 booter.
Brett Rheeder kept it clean all day. Pretty impressive considering his crash as UDUG last weekend.
Paul Genovese was back at it in the afternoon after a huge scorpion crash on the 30 footer during the morning practice.
The Pinkbike best trick competition was MC'd by Ben Glassen due to a injured wrist. Ben can't seem to catch any luck down here at Ranchstyle. I guess this is 3rd year attending and hasn't been able to ride yet due to injuries. Hopefully next year Ben!
Jarrett Moore bunked his ankle on this cracked out invert flip. Hopefully that ice will work magic and allow him to compete in the Slopestyle tomorrow.
Brayden Barrett-hay blasting a big dump 360.
Fogel showed up a bit late and missed the morning practice, but he quickly caught up and threw down some bangers for best trick.
Jamie Goldman was throwing down some big tricks all evening.
Matt Dennis was super close to landing a massive 720 during best trick. I think he went through a few tubes throughout the attempts though.
Carson Storch stomped a bunch of bangers throughout best trick including a perfect 720.
Jeremy Weiss has some of the most unique tricks out there. I think he even landed a few tricks throughout the night to "surfer".
Justin Wyper almost dialed this Cordova flip, he just couldn't quite get both his feet back onto the pedals.
Some super gnarly things were getting thrown down all night.
R-Dog decided to sit out of best trick and save himself for the main event tomorrow.
And that wraps up day 1. Stay tuned for the finals tomorrow and don't forget to vote for your favourite trick right here on Pinkbike.comPHOTOS BY NIC GENOVESE AND MIKE ZINGER