Name: Dennis Enarson
Age: 18
Height: 6’0″
Weight: 175lbs
Location: San Diego, CA
Sponsors: Haro Bikes, Nike 6.0, Rockstar Energy Drinks, Matador Beef Jerky, and Demolition Parts


All photos by Fat. Click images to see them larger.

Frame: Haro Enarson SD frame. Drops in April.
Fork: Demolition Doyles
Bars: A prototype of the demolition Open bar.
Stem: Colony
Grips: Eddie Cleavland Fit grips.
Barends: Demolition
Headset: Haro
Seatpost: Demolition
Seat: Premium
Cranks: Demolition, 175mm
Sprocket: Demolition, 28t
Chain: Shadow half-link
Brakes: Demolition
Cable: Demolition
Brake Lever: Odyssey Mini
Detangler: Odyssey
Front Tire: Odyssey Airmen
Front Wheel: Demolition Zero rim with Demolition spokes and Demolition hub.
Rear Tire: Demolition Zeplin
Rear Wheel: Premium. My new Demolition wheel is being built right now.
Pedals: Demolition plastics
Pegs: Demolition

Put a piece of a tire in between my cranks and the bottom bracket to keep my cranks from spinning all over the place. And I cut my flanges off and turn the grips backwards.

Which parts do you go through the most?
Grips. But I just designed a grip with Demolition that should be coming out soon, so hopefully it will last.

Describe your bike setup and how you like your bike to feel…
I like everything to be solid and I pump my tires up to like 90+ for maximum speed. And I’m pretty tall, so my bike is a pretty big feeling bike.

What part are you most particular about or do you feel makes the biggest difference on your bike?
The frame. It makes so much of a difference to ride any other frame.

Any tips on keeping your bike looking fresh when traveling a lot? I know cramming everything in a bike bag can take its toll on your paint job and parts…
Ya, I have and old pair of shin pads I wrap around my frame and a little blanket I put on my bars and forks to keep everything fresh and good feeling for the next destination.

Do you ever change up your bike for any period of time to try out different things? Or are you pretty set with how you run it?
Ya, I’ll always try new things if I hear they make your bike feel better; like plastic pedals and what not.