Name: Dennis Enarson
Age: 20
Height: 6′ 2″
Weight: 175lbs
Location: La Mesa, California
Sponsors: Rockstar Energy, Nike 6.0, Haro Bikes, Demolition Parts

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All photos by Brandon Means.

Frame: Haro SD 21″ top tube, 13.75″ rear end
Fork: Demolition Doyle
Bars: Demolition Open
Stem: Demolition
Barends: Demolition
Headset: Demolition
Seatpost: Haro
Seat: Demolition D Fat
Cranks: Demolition
Sprocket: Demolition, 28t
Chain: KMC Z Chain
Front Tire: Odyssey Aitken
Front Wheel: Demolition spokes, hub, and rim.
Rear Tire: Demolition Momentum
Rear Wheel: Demolition hub, spokes, and rim.
Pedals: Demolition plastics
Hub Guard: Demolition
Pegs: Demolition

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Dennis Enarson Pro BMX Bike Check
Dennis Enarson Pro BMX Bike Check
Dennis Enarson Pro BMX Bike Check
Dennis Enarson Pro BMX Bike Check
Dennis Enarson Pro BMX Bike Check
Dennis Enarson Pro BMX Bike Check
Dennis Enarson Pro BMX Bike Check
Dennis Enarson Pro BMX Bike Check
Dennis Enarson Pro BMX Bike Check
Dennis Enarson Pro BMX Bike Check
Dennis Enarson Pro BMX Bike Check
Dennis Enarson Pro BMX Bike Check
Dennis Enarson Pro BMX Bike Check
Dennis Enarson Pro BMX Bike Check
Dennis Enarson Pro BMX Bike Check
Dennis Enarson Pro BMX Bike Check
Dennis Enarson Pro BMX Bike Check
Dennis Enarson Pro BMX Bike Check

Modifications/Other/Extras:
I cut my bars to 28″ and I found a chain bracelet at memorial park I put around my seat tube.

Which parts do you go through the most?
Pedals. Plastics just don’t last as long, but they feel so much better, haha.

Describe your bike setup and how you like your bike to feel…
I like my bike feeling tall and fast. I have everything pretty raised, like my bars and seat since I’m tall. And I like to keep everything tight, and a lot of air pressure in my tires so my bike feels good going fast.

What part are you most particular about or do you feel makes the biggest difference on your bike?
My bars. I like them in just the right spot or my bike won’t feel right.

Do you remember your first “real” BMX bike?
Dirt Bike classic! It’s still being ridden today by some kid. It just keeps getting passed around San Diego.

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