Dew Tour Ocean City 2014
Jamie Bestwick made Dew Tour Ocean City 2014 one for the record books by winning his 10th Dew Cup in a row, this time for BMX Vert. But Bestwick wasn't the only guy pushing the limits in Maryland last weekend. Flip through and check out the best of Dew Tour Ocean City.
Andy Buckworth Flair
In a dramatic BMX Park finals finish, returning Dew Cup park champion Ryan Nyquist sat in first place after two runs, then Andy Buckworth was able to knock him off his throne with the last and final run.
Buckworth - Handplant Flip
Buckworth's winning run consisted of some insane tricks like this hand-plant flip over the spine, a no-handed double backflip over the box and a huge double flip over the spine. It was after the buzzer, but he had such a great run, he attempted the first-ever double flair.
Ryan Nyquist - Xup Seatgrab
Reigning Dew Cup BMX Park champion Ryan Nyquist held on to second place with impressive maneuvers like this one-footed, one-handed xup seatgrab and barspin variations over everything.
Scotty Cranmer - Superman Seatgrab
Third place went to New Jersey's Scotty Cranmer, who utilized every inch of the course and was the only one to bomb drop off the curved wall ride.
Morgan Wade - Toothpick
Morgan Wade didn't end up making the finals, but he destroyed this sub box in practice. First he icepicked it, fufanued it and then toothpicked it. Give him an honorable mention.
Dennis Enarson - Oppo Whip
Dennis Enarson took home second place in the BMX Street finals by hardly even touching the rail. He whipped over the rail, opposite-whipped over the rail, tire-slid the rail and 180 whipped down the stairs.
Stevie Churchill - 540
Stevie Churchill deservingly won the Street Jam with tricks such as a huge 540 down the set and a suicide no-hander to icepick, to name a few.
Dan Lacey - 360 to Ice
The Street contest was really just a rail jam; there wasn't much of a course, and it consisted of only two ledges and a handrail. It was jam format as well with a best trick award. Dan Lacey won best trick with this impressive 360 over ice.
Vince Byron - Flair Bar
Bestwick may have won Cup No. 10, but it didn't come easy. Vince Byron really brought the heat. After the first round Byron was in first place, until a crash in his second run and a flawless run by Bestwick knocked him out of the top spot. Byron finished second.
Simon Tabron - Table
In classic Simon Tabron fashion, he placed third in vert with huge 540s and some of the best style on the ramp.
The bowl was built right on the beach, and it made for a great backdrop right before the Skate Bowl finals.
Bucky Lasek - 540
Bucky Lasek was on point all day with huge 540s, and he took home the win in the Skateboard Bowl competition.
Alex Sorgente - Method
Surprisingly, even Alex Sorgente's huge methods couldn't stop Lasek from taking the victory, but Sorgente was awarded second place.
Trey Wood - 540
This was Trey Wood's first-ever Dew Tour, and even though he didn't make the finals, Wood impressed everyone with some big tricks, like this 540.