A double threat in both Park and Dirt, Dennis Enarson’s debut as a pro came in 2007, when he finished third in Park at his first Dew Tour event, and followed that up with his first-ever event title - a win in Dirt at the third stop in Portland, Oregon. He’s been progressing ever since, culminating in the 2011 season, when he finished second in Park and won the Dew Cup in Dirt.
Elsewhere, he has starred at Simpel Session, where he finished third in 2009 and 2011, and he took second place at the 2010 Extreme Thing Dirt contest and first place in Dirt at Texas Toast 2012. If all that was not enough, he has also won four silver medals at X Games LA, and took home a bronze from the Park final at the 2013 Global X Games in Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil.
Dennis’s career has been shaped by a very supportive family and group of friends. Born in San Diego, California in 1991, he first started riding at the age of eight, and it wasn’t long before he was being described by some observers as being potentially the greatest biker ever.
An incredible natural talent, who can seemingly adapt to any Park, Street or Dirt course, he says his preferred style of biking is ‘a good set of trails’, naming Catty Woods in Pennsylvania as his favourite. Particularly well-known for his cannonball barspins, Dennis looks set to be the face of BMX for many years to come.
- Age: 22
- Height: 1.88m
- Weight: 77kg
- Nationality: USA