The Dew Tour is a US-based summer extreme sports event, controlled and arranged by Alli Sports and broadcaster NBC. The 2014 tour features a Beach Championships in June in Ocean City, Maryland, before two City Championships in Portland, Oregon and Brooklyn, New York City, and a final Mountain Championships in Breckenridge, Colorado in December.
Vert and Park BMX competitions were part of the programme in Ocean City, won by Jamie Bestwick and Andy Buckworth respectively. Moving on to Portland, the Streetstyle contest shut down Broadway Street in downtown and was won by Dennis Enarson, with tricks including a backflip tailwhip over the Toyota car gap, 360 to flat off the tallest bank, and an opposite tailwhip from the kicker over the flat rail.
The final stop of 2014 for BMXers in Brooklyn featured Streetstyle on an intimidating downhill course on Franklin Street – Garrett Reynolds, the original winner of the event, emerged triumphant. There was also a Street competition broken into three distinct zones where athletes earned a score in each to be ultimately averaged together to determine the winner – winner was Enarson with top tricks including a massive one-handed tabletop, and a nosebonk to barspin off the bump to bar.
The Dew Tour was first staged in 2005 – known then as the Dew Cup, Dirt and Park contests were won by Ryan Guettler, while Bestwick triumphed in the Vert contest. Other winners since then have included Anthony Napolitan, Daniel Dhers, Ryan Nyquist, Cameron White, Zack Warden, Brett Banasiewicz, Kyle Baldock and Chad Kerley.