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While Kyle Baldock put on a dirt run for the ages with a separated shoulder to win BMX Dirt, the fourth place finish Dennis Enarson had was enough to claim the BMX Dirt Dew Cup. Consistency throughout the entire tour secured the cup for Dennis, and even finishing off of the podium podium could not wipe the smile off of his face.
Baldock’s top run included a flip bar over the first set, a seven on the second set, frontie third set and three down whip to whip back, marking Baldock’s first BMX Dirt win ever. “To come out and win is crazy,” said Baldock following his win. “I just have a good time and ride. It makes me so happy because I don’t ride dirt much at all, so now I can come be a contender for the Dew Cup next year.”
I couldn’t agree with Baldock more. This is the one event on the tour that serves up the best unknown. The rookies in the competition lately have competed and almost one the title each year. BMX Dirt features a lot of crossover athletes from BMX Park and I like that. BMX Dirt is awesome and its here to stay.