Must Watch: Dennis Enarson's 'Right Here' is Gnarly

Sep 24, 2020
by Sarah Moore  


bigquotesBack in June of 2019 Dennis Enarson set out to make the part of a lifetime; something he and the BMX community would be proud of. The goal was to capture BMX riding that lives on throughout time. He spent 8 months hammering away at his goal. This part was 90% complete before Covid hit and shut down plans for filmmaker, Rich Forne, to come out from Spain to San Diego to get Dennis’ last few bangers. Instead the two finished editing the part from other sides of the world.

Anyone that knows BMX already knows Dennis’ explosive energy and zero regard for gravity makes him one of the most savage humans on a bike.

And yet nothing could prepare you for the heaviness of RIGHT HERE. This is one of the gnarliest parts you're ever going see.
Vans BMX

Filmed and Edited by Richard Forne

Music Credits:
“Orbit”
By Oliver Lodge


190 Comments

  • 156 11
 So nuts, also more BMX stuff on PB please, more similar than you might think and more BMX guys are starting to ride big bikes as well!!
  • 25 253
flag Molesdigmyjumps (Sep 24, 2020 at 12:18) (Below Threshold)
 Think there’s enough places to go watch BMX if you’d like to without inflicting it on an MTB website
  • 116 2
 @Molesdigmyjumps: "Inflicting"? If you can't enjoy incredible riding from other disciplines then that's your loss.
  • 9 88
flag jptothetree (Sep 24, 2020 at 12:36) (Below Threshold)
 @Molesdigmyjumps: Valid point lol
  • 48 3
 @Molesdigmyjumps: nobody is forcing you to click this article
  • 83 0
 @Molesdigmyjumps: I like being reminded when one of these dudes sends a fully rigid down a 20-set to flat that I have no excuse to punk out hitting something dialed on my cushy 8in travel DH bike.
  • 2 3
 @nfontanella: lol they probably clicked it because its Dennis Enarnsen. It doesnt me an they hate BMX, it means they don't want it in their regular mtb feed. Obviously his video is an exception worth posting.
  • 11 23
flag coadymacmillan (Sep 24, 2020 at 19:53) (Below Threshold)
 @chriskneeland: a high end BMX is literally more suited to hitting say for example a 10ft drop to flat then a downhill bike is.

Your cushy downhill bike is good at soaking up quick and fast little hits and keeping traction, it’s not a replacement for good technique and solid parts.
  • 19 2
 @Molesdigmyjumps: Think there’s enough places to go read stupid comments if you’d like to without inflicting it on a MTB website
  • 2 0
 Honestly he has been an amazing example for years of how to ride like a legend and act like a legend. I just want to buy him a beer and share street riding war stories.
  • 2 0
 @Duderz7: Boom...
  • 2 0
 I love this stuff.
  • 1 1
 @Molesdigmyjumps: thank you I totally agree. No hate for bmx but this is after all a mountain bike website
  • 57 0
 Took me 3mins to notice he is hitting all that stuff brakeless. Insanity
  • 11 0
 Big freeride stuff on a brakeless 20". Freaky skills...
  • 1 6
flag sofamac (Sep 25, 2020 at 6:27) (Below Threshold)
 @andrewfrauenglass:
This tiny bikes look quite similar to my 6 year old sons mtb
  • 49 0
 My knees exploded watching... amazing.
  • 24 0
 Ankles too.
  • 17 0
 @dualcrownscottspark: Dennis "Aaron Homoki" Enarson
  • 2 0
 @jptothetree: True that.
  • 1 0
 I thought I was the only one who knees ache after watching that video
  • 46 0
 This guy loves doing cool shit way more than he hates being hurt. What a beast.
  • 48 11
 Growing up riding BMX Mike Aitken was my hero and so I cringe watching guys still riding without helmets. IYKYK
  • 54 19
 I grew up riding and racing BMX as well and I'm lucky to be here. Sorry to be that guy but seriously, f#ck Vans and any and every company that puts stuff like this out sans helmets. I have a 14 year old who's glued to action sports social media that I'm trying to keep alive. There are at least dozen learn to walk again airs in that film if those guys smack dome to concrete.
  • 28 1
 @used-couch-salesman: I agree with you on many points, but it's also important to communicate to kids that helmets don't make you invincible. Pretty sure Scotty Cranmer was wearing a helmet when he suffered a serious, life-changing injury a couple of years ago, and the Paul Bas accident comes to mind.

Agree with you though that it's easier to get a teenager to wear a helmet than to exercise good judgement!
  • 20 0
 @plyawn: absolutely they don't make you invincible but they're such a minuscule "inconvenience" so it should be stressed "why would you ever NOT wear it?" you know? In Mike Aitkens situation he crashed doing a trick on a jump that is as difficult for him as me putting on my shoes. Mike Aitkens takeaway; "It only takes once". Still gives me shivers.
  • 14 0
 These amazingly skilled riders and the companies that support them need to realize the example they set for kids. If they wear helmets, kids will. If not, kids will not want to either. Just because a helmet doesn’t prevent every injury doesn’t mean that it’s an OK idea to go without. Plus, these guys have amazing coordination, and MIGHT be better able to prevent head impact in a crash. Kids, and even most adults - not so much.
  • 9 0
 @erikkellison: Yeah they set the "cool bar" for a sport that's trying to break a Grom's body every day. Seeing the pro guys in a helmet helps the struggle. I know a big handful of kids/adults that have preventable, significant face injuries too. Thankfully the grom crowd seems hip to the new-school FF helmets.
  • 15 15
 @used-couch-salesman, @erikkellison: these are grown men who can make up their own minds about whether they want to wear a helmet or not. It’s your responsibility as fathers/mothers to teach/make your kids wear helmets, not the sponsors.
  • 22 30
flag JiminOz (Sep 24, 2020 at 22:07) (Below Threshold)
 Bunch of skilled pro riders doing gnarly shit with no helmets on. Very next article in my Pinkbike feed - Robin Wallner out of EWS due to head injury. Pinkbike needs to do better.

Anytime this stuff is posted anywhere, makes it acceptable. It's not "cool" to not wear head protection, it's f*cking dumb.

Stop showing this shit Pinkbike.
  • 46 22
 @JiminOz: No.
  • 5 0
 Fair enough.
This edit has helmets on the rider(s) in the vast majority of the clips. Lots of folks commenting about ‘no helmets’ And it’s simply not the case if the video is watched for that detail. Be sure to make that the second viewing though, this riding is truly next level. Stay safe!
  • 11 2
 @plyawn: don’t play straw man games, helmets save lives, saying you can still get hurt while wearing a helmet is a stoopid comment.

Wear a f*cking helmet!
  • 1 0
 Andy Anderson from the skate world is a legend on this subject.
  • 18 10
 @brianpark: Then stop pretending to give a shit when riders get head injuries.
  • 7 0
 @plyawn: “Good judgment is usually the result of experience. Experience is usually the result of bad judgment.”
  • 9 3
 I honestly only watched the video because the thumbnail had a guy with a helmet on.
  • 5 2
 @used-couch-salesman: I reckon if enough of us parents complain on Vans social media feeds they might notice. Or maybe not. Bitching here won't change anything
  • 11 7
 @mountainsofsussex: If Pinkbike and other media outlets were to stop posting anything that shows people riding without helmets, it would make a difference.
  • 1 1
 @JiminOz: to be fair the guy who rinsed his head in the video was wearing a lid.
  • 6 1
 @brianpark: Seems like a strange thing to take such a definitive stance on. Especially when it's clear that a lot of people on here think that promoting helmets is a good idea. I'm guessing you don't have kids..?
  • 7 6
 @Dustfarter: There are like 7 of you. And this video was 95 percent people wearing helmets. Let people enjoy things.
  • 5 1
 @driveways: Really. Judging by the votes and comments it seems more. Go ahead and support stupid anyway though. It definitely seems to be a trend in this country at the moment.
  • 5 0
 @lightsgetdimmer: When you were a teenager what had more influence on your choices? Doing what your mom or dad told you to do, or emulating a pro you idolized?
  • 9 4
 @Dustfarter: but, they’re your kids? How did it become everyone else’s job to be a role model for your children?
  • 2 0
 @VtVolk: none of the above, my buddies had the most influence when I was a yut, I modeled good safety for my kids as an adult, and now it’s common sense speaking to me in midlife.

There’s nothing inherently wrong with taking risks, but it just makes sense to take precautions.

Pros take precautions, amateurs don’t, try explaining that.
  • 1 2
 @VtVolk: back when i was a teenager, NO ONE wore a helmet doing anything. Skating, snowboarding, shit, even the wusses on rollerblades didn't even wear helmets. Street bmx didnt either. Nate Wessels dreadlocks protected him and they still do. Only the vert guys wore helmets. Mountain bikers did, as did I but xc was the only real discipline going on then. Don't get it twisted, I'm all for helmets but I'm also for ppl making choices for themselves. Maybe skiers wore helmets. Hahaha
  • 2 0
 @tobiusmaximum: You can influence your kids all you like, but they are still going to look at what the "cool" people are doing and want to do that, regardless of wether it's dumb as f*ck or not.
Famous people all know they are influencing kids (and dumb adults) all the time and make a living from it - not all of them do it well. Kardashians, "reality" TV stars, Katie Price, pro BMXers..... not always the best role models.
  • 2 0
 @nurseben: I was definitely not trying to set up some argument against helmets, as I tried to communicate at the end of my comment. I was trying to introduce some nuance into the discussion as otherwise we fall into these binary positions that plague every other aspect of our lives. I didn't do a very good job though, so that's on me.

To put it succinctly : Helmets are necessary but not sufficient for safety.
  • 2 0
 @tobiusmaximum: this is good, but hopefully we can get exposure to other peoples' bad judgement so we don't all have to walk the entire cycle to get to somewhere better! We need some "scared straight" BMX guys going into kid's mountain bike camps to talk about how they used to wear hats & toques, had a bad experience and learned the error of their ways!
  • 1 0
 @mountainsofsussex: funny thing is the bmx crowd loves vans and I can't stand riding bikes wearing them, so not sure how much pull my wallet will have...
  • 4 1
 @JiminOz: that is fine, but who do you think plays a big hand in what kids grow up thinking is cool? If you have kids that think the kardashians are cool, you have nobody to blame but yourselves. My point is that a lot of people seem to think it’s legitimate to teach other adults how to live so they don’t have to teach their own children how to live.
  • 2 0
 @tobiusmaximum: My daughter will never respect any of those kind of bottom feeders and she will always wear a helmet when riding. But for those with lower than average brain cells (and there are a lot of them) these people do have an influence. Dumb-assess worshipping bigger dumb-assess is how they get famous in the first place.

Some people do it really well. Danny MacAskill wouldn't be seen doing his mental stuff without a lid on even if half the time it wouldn't do too much for him if it went pear-shaped. But he is also a super humble and respectful guy - great role model and still popular, so it can be done.
  • 4 0
 @JiminOz: I think the athletes themselves do what they're comfortable with. You or I won't influence them. But the big brands that do, well they have their corporate social responsibility. And I'm surprised they can put out material with their name all over it with someone not wearing a helmet. It's hardly like they'd put out a video with the same athlete smoking...
  • 1 0
 @JiminOz: how do you really feel?
  • 3 4
 @JiminOz: hey Jimmy. How about you:

A- dont watch bmx, skate, yo yo, golf, soccer, track and field, or porn videos in which physical injury could happen to people not wearing full protection.

B- keep your social media influenced children off of the interweb

C- donate helmets to all extreme athletes

D- f right off.
  • 4 0
 @HaydukeLives: Once you've seen someone permanently affected by a preventable brain injury, you'll understand. Or maybe the contents of your head aren't worth protecting and you won't.
  • 3 0
 @JiminOz: as someone who suffered from a traumatic braiun injury I know what you are saying, however I think yore going about it the wrong way. Its not up to the brands to hold their athletes accountable for things they dont even sell, its up to the atheletes themselves. Do you really think a footwear company wont sign a dude who absolutely shreds because he wears a helmet?

You could make the same argument about neck braces in mtb. Safety gear is optional in most aspects of life and its up to you as a parent to guide your kids the best you can, dont leave it up to pinkbike or anyone else.

That being said, do I wish I had a helmet on when I got slugged by a nine iron and had to relearn how to talk? Yes, but golf is safe right? That part of my life was absolutle hell for a handful of years. And now as an adult I struggle with symptoms that that could be associated with that injury.

Still, that does not give me the right to be a complete dick to a website editor. Remember the only life you can control is your own. Best of luck with your daughter and keeping that kid on her head
  • 2 0
 @HaydukeLives: Seriously mate, as an emergency services worker who has seen brains on the outside of people's heads, I can testify that skulls can only offer so much protection.

The chances of being hit by a club while playing golf would be very low. It's possible, but not enough to want to wear a helmet.

The chances of hitting your head on concrete while riding street BMX or skateboarding would be extremely high. I know because I've done it in my youth and had the concussions. But for some unexplained reason of vanity/immortality/following the crowd, a certain element of these disciplines just flat out won't wear helmets. In 2020. Thousands of people live with the consequences of that.

I rode skateboards, bikes, BMX and later MTB from the late 70's, but didn't own a helmet until the mid 90's. The helmets you could buy in the 80's and 90's were expensive and still shit if you could afford one. But around the mid nineties it all changed in MTB. You never saw Steve Peat or Missy Giove riding without a helmet anymore. In less than a decade it became the norm and nobody questioned it. I haven't seen anyone riding a trail without a helmet in well over 15 years.

If the sponsors, athletes and media promoted it, the street scene could do the same, instead of accepting and promoting the possibility of life changing injuries.

Apologies for the "dick" attitude, but once you've seen the consequences, the nonchalant attitudes displayed by some on here, tend to poke a strong reaction.
  • 3 0
 @JiminOz: first off, I think its f*cking rad that you work within emergency services, thank you for your service.

That being said, being as triggered as you are about this (rightfully so) youre only pushing people away. Given your experience through the 70s I'm assuming youre in your to late 40s early 50s, and what you're coming acrossed as is some angry ass old dude to kids/young adults. Calling people that don't wear helmets bottomfeeders is f*cked.

Take a minute and think about how you could change your approach to actually make a difference. If I didnt have to see or deal with hard stuff in my career id be stoked too, and while you've seen lives get altered in serious ways, being an advocate (not a pissed off dbag) is the only way youre going to see the change you want. People with the wrong approach to a situation are as bad as the ones embracing it. Cheers, I appreciate your discussion
  • 1 0
 @HaydukeLives: The bottom feeders comment was related to the Kardashians, who I'd referred to as examples of poor role models. But I appreciate where you're coming from.
  • 29 0
 What’s that thing he was wearing on his head and throws at the beginning of the clip???
  • 27 1
 And how does he ride in those things on his feet and not $150 bike specific shoes???
  • 8 0
 @GBeard: I assume his shoes are the vans bmx specific Dennis Enarson signature model.
  • 27 2
 Mtb could learn something from Bmx
  • 68 2
 Bmx taught mtb everything it knows already
  • 15 0
 @Bro-LanDog: Bingo. When BMX pros starting migrating into MTB mid-90's , the riding styles, skill level, even bikes themselves changed. Guys like Herbold with "dirt road bike" riding styles at the top of the sport at the time quickly fell behind in areas like Slalom, DH. Tomac was an old-school BMX'er so he still excelled in DH and slalom for instance.
  • 5 0
 @Bro-LanDog: absolutely. All of the dirt jump tricks we see were done long before by bmxers.
  • 7 1
 BMX could also learn something from MTB like decent sidewalls so you don't have to run 100psi!
  • 1 0
 @SintraFreeride: ^^ Great point
  • 23 0
 I have never said "WTF" out loud so many times during a video part as I just did for this part. Absolutely one of the gnarliest parts ever made.
  • 22 0
 PB podcast "why even buy a DH bike"

who needs suspension?

Errr me.
  • 20 0
 Ha, me too. Watching that made my bones hurt.
  • 10 0
 Being someone who rode both street and downhill, suspension doesn't do that much when absorbing big hits or drops, but suspension is super helpful to get yourself through technical terrain.

I don't need any suspension to do a 2 meter high (bikepark) drop to a smooth landing, but I definitely need suspension to speed through roots and rocks without killing my wrists and average speed.
  • 3 0
 @Mattin: Its weird, I used to routinely do 15 stair drops to flat on a rigid, brakeless bmx bike with little issue, and now find it much more jarring and sketchy bottoming out a full sus mountain bike on much smaller drops than that. Its all in the technique and amount of room on the bike you have to properly prepare for a landing and absorb it with your body.
  • 6 0
 @jackfunk: From what I can tell, with 20" wheels, you can use your legs way more to absorb the impact way more. On big drops, their butts are almost hitting their 20" wheel. With mtb wheels, the tires and seats are too high and limit how much you can use your legs to absorb the impact. check out the clip at 4:51 and 4:55. Also, they land rear wheel way before front which helps. Still so so gnarly though.
  • 1 0
 @jackfunk: what about bike weigh and size . I have no idea how light pro BMX bikes are but I assume this would make a big difference on a big drop.
  • 1 0
 @IMeasureStuff: If I recall correctly, my bmx builds were usually pushing 30 pounds. So nearly the weight of my Commencal Meta.
  • 22 1
 More proof you need 29-in wheels and 180mm of suspension
  • 2 0
 It's nice to be reminded there is a LOT more to shredding than just going fast.
  • 18 0
 Hair styles for days.
  • 15 0
 Pretty sure that last drop was in either Superheros 3 or Kranked. Can't remember. Either way, crazy what people are willing to do without suspension... or a helmet.
  • 5 0
 whilst tail whipping, bar spinning, etc. bmx guys are nuts
  • 7 0
 Genuine chills watching that, absolutely epic, had my 11 year old son beside me watching it too, when he said ''you wouldn't even see that in a computer game'' I laughed out loud......so cool to see this on pinkbike.
  • 6 0
 Damn, BMX is just so gnarly. I can't imagine most of these tricks done with suspension to dirt and here they are with a rigid, brakeless bike done over concrete and steel.
  • 1 0
 Ditto...concrete man. So brutal. I don't even like running on concrete let alone what these guys are doing.
  • 5 0
 This entire show of skill and line choice on 20" bikes is more Freeride than anything else here that people have recently been throwing that title upon. Thank you Pinkbike for sharing this.
  • 6 1
 Freerides sick. Especially guys building lines to film on. But the "Street" MTB vids that get posted on PB once in a while are usually laughably bad. Dudes hucking gap to firecrackers on DH bikes is a miss from me every time. Trey Jones does that shit in bare feet lol.
  • 3 0
 @Ksmcarthur: Trey Jones is the barefoot GOAT. I saw him do foot jam barefoot.
  • 4 0
 Ender bangers from start to finish. I can't even believe what I just saw. I shouldn't be surprised since it's Enarson..... I've always been amazed by how he gets both tires on the skinniest of the skinnies. Someone call up Semenuck and get a quote of him saying "Yep, video of the year right there. Unbelievable
  • 7 0
 The 180 to smith at 3:40 blew my mind! Dennis is the man!
  • 1 0
 Both those clips were fucked!
  • 2 0
 At races when I hit a rowdy track feeling dialled I get to the bottom and I think that's is the absolute shit, us mountain bikers are a different gravy. Then you see something like this and I can't comprehend the mindset of these guys. Completely blown away, need to go ride some stuff that scares me and if I think about being a pony just watch this again. Fuckin kudos
  • 4 0
 To be fait this is like rampage level for bmx, its all relative
  • 2 0
 I can't even believe what I just saw. Just incredible. The consequences on almost every one of those are through the roof.

Best all around rider I've seen. He shows up to events just for fun, and more times than not ends up on the podium. Street, dirt, park, it doesn't matter.

Talk about pushing the sport. It certainly isn't for money. We know there's very little in BMX these days. How much could vans be paying him for this?
  • 3 0
 This is Freeride. Pinkbike is literally here for the "share the ride" mantra. Bicycles are universal whether it's BMX, Dual Slalom, DH, Street, XC...it's all bicycles. Except for E-bikes...they don't belong here.
  • 5 1
 Just ridiculous. Wipes the floor with anything else that's happened in 2020.
  • 8 0
 matt ray's is pretty damn good too
  • 3 0
 That was so badass!! Hats off to all of those riders, I wish I had the balls to attempt even one of those monster drops on my dh bike never mind a BRAKELESS bmx!!
  • 12 4
 more like helmets off
  • 2 0
 @Sethimus: yeah I never understood that, massive drops, flips and spins into concrete most of the time...without helmets/pads! Wtf??!!
  • 2 0
 I consider myself a competent bike rider, but I can not fathom how to pull off literally any of the moves from the video. I'd be terrified to do most of those hucks on a DH bike and he goes and pulls a 360. Insane.
  • 1 0
 I can't even believe what I just saw. Just incredible. The consequences on almost every one of those are through the roof.

Best all around rider I've seen. He shows up to events just for fun, and more times than not ends up on the podium. Street, dirt, park, it doesn't matter.

Talk about pushing the sport. It certainly isn't for money. We know there's very little in BMX these days. How much could vans be paying him for this? Most of his pay is in applause and bro hugs.
  • 3 0
 I broke every bone in my body just watching that... INSANE skillz and commitment.
  • 4 0
 Amazing vid. My favorite part was when the white dreadlocks disappeared.
  • 3 0
 omg wtf...those transfers!! this is so good to watch, i make strange faces in every section!!
  • 1 0
 tf was that? I swear if I`m going to be a dad one day, my kid will never get near a BMX bike after seeing this.

(jk I hope it will lay hands on what ever kind of bike it wants + a skateboard)

That shit was crazy.
  • 1 0
 And I thought riding mountainbikes you had to be a bit of a masochist. Turns out we're all a bunch of fairies compared to this guy. God damn, hats off. I rode BMX when I was a kid, and I was terrible at it.
  • 3 0
 WTF. This looks nearly impossible until you ride a 20" and realize it is definitely impossible.
  • 3 0
 Where we're going we don't need brakes...
  • 2 0
 Event Gnarison
  • 1 0
 Brakes are for quitters
  • 2 0
 In the future whenever I'm hesitant about a huck to flat, I'll think about this part
  • 2 0
 I didn’t know my butt cheeks were clenched the hole time till the end of vid.
  • 3 0
 That speed on every trick... I would be skinless after two attempts
  • 3 0
 Some Dennis Rodman vibes with that hair.
  • 3 0
 This was something to behold. Goosebumps. Truly.
  • 2 0
 The cool thing is that BMX guys have been doing this for a while. Go YouTube Sean Burns BMX.
  • 3 0
 Sean Burns is so gnarly. There's a lot of incredible riders in BMX.
  • 1 0
 man ,its worth learning these knarly tricks just for the massive stoke factor when you land the trick , gave me goose bumps hearing the cheers, sh$t yeah!!!!
  • 3 0
 Stoked to finally see a BMX edit when someone is wearing a HELMET!
  • 2 0
 Man! Impressive! But those semi kids without helmets and without breaks? I AM OLD
  • 1 0
 Fukcing hell, huge moves, massive consequences and insane tech all wrapped up with hyper speed, Dennis is right at the pointy end of the talent pool no doubt about it.
  • 2 0
 Such a great edit!!! Almost had me crying. Great music choice.
  • 3 0
 JEDI
  • 2 0
 How is anyone going to top this?
  • 1 0
 Just when I think I’m getting pretty good at riding bikes, these guys remind me that I’m just Amateur Hour.
  • 1 0
 what's the name of this well known bmx dude with long hair? I think Tom ...? Anybody?
  • 4 0
 Your thinking of Tom Dugan I think.
  • 1 0
 @leon-forfar: thanks mate
  • 2 0
 omg, the tailwhip banger at the end...
  • 1 0
 That one is gnarly! sooo sketchy with the fence at the top of the landing and then the little drop at the bottom. So smooth too. I may be totally ignorant though, but that might be the only clip in the vid that a top slopestyle rider like brandon semenuk could maybe do as they've been tailwhipping huge drops for years now. maybe
  • 1 0
 I grew up passing that school drop, always wanted to see it done.
  • 2 0
 That was most definitely off the wall!
  • 5 5
 Remarkable riding. The lack of helmet reflects badly on the sponsor Vans. It’s 2020 for fks sake, stop making your customers’ brain injuries cool.
  • 1 0
 Rich Forne is one of the best filmmakers in action sports.

And he shreds the 20”.
  • 3 2
 Would watch it till the end, but I do not want to support him for not wearing a helmet !!!
  • 1 0
 Dennis is next level. I, out loud, multiple times, just said "You are a freak..."
  • 2 0
 This gave me Van Homan Criminal Mischief Vibes. completely insane
  • 1 0
 This is a nice reminder that i don't need a longer slacker bike with more travel.
  • 1 0
 His biological speedometer must be so precise. No brakes to speed correct right before takeoff??? Seriously??
  • 2 0
 Mad. Dog.
  • 1 0
 I broke both ankles just watching that 4:58 move.
  • 3 1
 fuck me that was cool
  • 2 0
 Best to ever do it!
  • 1 0
 Gnarly as . Love the 80s synth rock vibe too
  • 2 0
 Masterpiece!
  • 2 0
 PEDAL HARD
  • 1 0
 Holy shit that was insane, some of the gnarliest riding I've ever seen
  • 3 0
 yes. same for all of humanity.
  • 1 0
 What an absolute madman. Wow.
  • 2 0
 Savage
  • 1 0
 shit that was some down right scary AF business
  • 1 0
 What’s the attraction with brakeless?
  • 4 1
 Teaches commitment, bike is quiet, barspins and tailwhips are unrestricted, you can do lookbacks and turndowns without jabbing yourself with the lever, or worse, putting it in your pocket and then crashing. I take them on and off, brakeless you just forget about stopping and just ride, feels good, especially as a bowl rider. removes the second guessing thing and helps prevent half-assing shit, which can be much more dangerous than just going for it. Brakes in BMX are usually there for tricks, or for guys who Dirt Jump and want to be able to stop in between sets or scrub extra speed.
  • 1 0
 Now let’s see that on a carbon frame and wheels.
  • 1 0
 tour de seattle high schools
  • 2 3
 Talented for sure but what an Idiot .... Not using helmet .... can go spill his brain for all I care but bad role model for young riders .
  • 1 0
 Dennis is an amazing human.
  • 1 0
 You have to like stairs....
  • 1 0
 That roof drop to hand rail peg landing. Holly crap.
  • 1 0
 That turndown 3 is insane.
  • 1 0
 Wtf...
  • 1 0
 What a stud!!!
  • 1 0
 savage
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