The youngest rider in the Elite Field, Fin Davies heading up for his next run
Smiles for miles, everyone hyped for the first DirtWars at The Malverns Classic
Back Flip Can Can anyone?
Waiting for a break in the wind before setting off
Zac Rainbow pulling a Tuck No Hander Back Flip into the stunning Eastnor Deer Park view
A massive corkscrew 720 to finish off Jordan Clark's first run
A Double (with all the commotion of the crash that followed I think it was a double) Tail Whip 360 resulted in the biggest crash of the day
Unfortunately it was a rough day at The Malverns for injuries with some big crashes in multiple races, culminating in this big slam for Fin Evans. With medical crews dealing with Fin and the other incidents, there was an early end to the DirtWars competition. We wish Fin a speedy recovery.
Ryan Beard attempting a bike flip, he was so close he was allowed to go for a fourth run to complete the move
Thankfully there was a soft landing
Crowds gathered as the tricks got bigger and bigger
Jordan Clark celebrating a clean run
Celebrations all round at completing a race run
The crowd were loving the DirtWars guys going big
Back flips all round
Guest Judge Team GBs James Jones added even more prestige to the judging panel
Cliff with his ever watchful eye over proceedings at DirtWars
Look Mum, no hands!
When you're six foot tall you need an even bigger gap in the wind
Riders starting through combinations with a suicide no hander to bar spin
Always impressive to see kids progressing - pushing the bar higher
Getting ready for Toboggan Tuesdays
It's crazy to say that back flips have become common place for every rider in both fields including the open. The progression in UK Slope style is through the roof!
Sending a No Foot Can
Can't beat a classic tyre grab
George Keen emotional after completing his first ever back flip (which unfortunately I completely missed - so sorry George)
Ryan edged ever closer with every attempt of his bike flip but unfortunately didn't quite get it this time. An insane trick for someone in the unsponsored open field.
Finley Davies sending a massive Tuck No Hander back Flip - not bad for a 12 year old
Double Tail Whip fun
You know you've got back flip styled when you can look straight the camera whilst upside down
Riders in the slope style competition are such a tight knit group and are genuinely excited for each other when big tricks start to go down
Time to mix it up with some front flips
It's great to British Brand DMR supporting the DirtWars series once again. Without brands supporting these events they just simply wouldn't happen
Into the inflatable landing, the riders maximise the use of this unique landing with many riders learning new tricks through the weekend