Thu, Apr 5 2012 4:00 am |
Street riding looks to the future on May 12th, when the Chad Kerley vitaminwater™ Invitational will bring many of the world’s top street riders into Brian Kachinsky’s personal BMX playground on the south side of Chicago. After an epic string of street influenced video sections from the repurposed bread factory, the Chad Kerley Vitamin Water Invitational is a first of its kind event for both the facility and the sport. Ride BMX has exclusive coverage of the May 12th event and we will be dropping all sorts of tasty info, sneak peeks, and unnamed riders up until the day of the event. For up to date info, keep an eye on the Chad Kerley vitaminwater™ Invitational microsite for full details as they become available.
This San Diego native does what few can do in BMX–win contests, win NORA Cups, and look good while doing both. With influences from some of the best all around riders in BMX’s history, Enarson is a threat on any sort of obstacle he touches and has long been itching to ride the private indoor facility. Coming off of a NORA Cup for his mostly street section in Demolition’s “Last Chance” DVD in 2011, Enarson is a serious contender to look out for.
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