Both Broc and Brett Silva cleared the 48 inch slot, so the bar was then rested on top of the whole structure in one last attempt to push the limits... I still think Broc could've cleared more.
The dirt finals at Texas Toast this year were nuts, but what more would you expect when you take 15 of BMX's best dirt riders and throw em' on one amazing course.
Dirt Qualifying at Texas Toast was a treat to watch. With so many varying styles, this video from qualifying offers a little bit of everything. From big moves, to triple-trick combos, to the straight steeze cats... No matter what you're into it's all here.
Street qualifying at Texas Toast 2014 was nuts. With 75 riders taking runs, it was a long day full of wild riding with every style imaginable and so many different approaches to riding the course.
Aside from some headwind that snuck during a few rider's runs, dirt qualifying for Texas Toast 2014 went over smoothly and everyone was loving the jumps.
One of the best things about Toast is that it isn't an invite event. All you have to do is sign up in time and pay your money and you're good to ride...but it also means that there's 75 dudes taking runs, making the prelims one hell of a long day...but I wouldn't have it any other way. Prelims on the street course were a damn good time and here's five minutes of highlights for ya. Tomorrow will be nuts.
One of the best things about Texas Toast jam is all of the mini events that go down. From the Gantlet of Death, to the high hop contest, the Creedence "More Cowbell" contest, veterans jam, and a brick hubba jam in memory of Mike Tag. Check out all the mini event highlights in this one awesome video.