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NASS 2019: Top 10 Photos by Adam Lievesley

NASS HYPE on camera!

As is tradition, NASS 2019 was a big party.  Plenty of BMX, plenty of live music, plenty of partying, plenty of the usual chaos involved with camping and sending it.  NASS HYPE, basically!

Our man Adam Lievesley was there again this year and came back with bucket loads of awesome images – so much good riding and wild times were documented!

You can catch the main coverage over on the NASS Website but we wanted to really narrow it down, right down to ten images.  So, here are ten of the best, funniest and wackiest moments captured on Adam’s camera.


 

This had to be one of the craziest stunts of the weekend Ben Kerkham full speed send off of the kicker out of the park. Check our insta for the savage crash video... But props to him for getting back up and doing it again, just without the kicker this time.
The street comp has greatly improved over previous years. It's attracted some of the biggest names in BMX street riding worldwide. Antony Perrin was one of those names. Bar ice on the long rail. I was amazed at this guy's consistency and his ability to ride the course so differently to anybody else.
Two riders fully utilising their 12 can limit. The athlete camping was a sea of BMX, all mingling with each other. The Liverpool boys seemed to have the best setup, in amongst the trees.
The DUB crew were out in force at this year's NASS due to the improvement of the street competition over the past few years. Pete Jones or Crazy Pete as he is better known doing an uprail to lucky dip... That's no half hearted lucky dip either. This was during the bqr123 Cash for Tricks Jam on the outdoor plaza.
Justin Dowell with his signature 'twix' – a whip and a bar at the same time. That's some computer game move right there. Justin is one of the USA athletes wanting to compete in the 2020 Olympics. At this rate he's looking good for it... He also won the park competition. And throwing tricks like this in there you can see why.
Tom Russell, Table transfer. Enough said.... Tom was out there doing it for the style cats. Placing 3rd in the open park competition he shared the podium with two of his good mates Ben Towle and Ollie Bennet. Tom and I have recently been on a Mutiny trip so keep those eyes peeled for more of these tables.
What can I say? Jay Dog, fakie champion of the world. Jaydog battled this year fighting off the likes of Catfish and Oakley Way. Here we see some die hard Jaydog fans who had come all the way from his home town of Liverpool to watch the reigning champ reclaim the title for another year. Will anyone ever beat him? Who knows?
Kieran Reilly is a Northern badass. He smashes every event he enters, NASS being no exception ranking highly in both park and miniramp. The craziest part of his 1 min run had got to be throwing in a triple whip air right at the end.
Josh Webber hitting the ejector button on the 3rd edition of the pallet wallride. This year's was definitely the sketchiest... It really sorted the men from the boys. Just after this photo Josh's bike bounced over the crowd barrier skimming a little kid's head. It was amazing that he didn't get hurt.
Liam Butler dropping in the iconic NASS Elvis ramp on his aptly named 'Ketski.' Liam was out shredding the mini ramp earlier in the day with his Welsh partner in crime James Jones.

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