The Dew Tour is headed to Brooklyn, New York later this week for some great street skating action. Rookie Alec Majerus joins Ryan Decenzo, Paul Rodriguez, Sean Malto, Chaz Ortiz and others beginning Saturday, September 20th at the House of Vans.
The action starts at 5:30pm ET / 2:30pm PT, and can be watched live and direct from DewTour.com/LIVE For those on the go, download the NBC Sports Live Extra app for your mobile device.
Ryan Sheckler put together a solid line of tricks including a backside tailslide to fakie on his third and final run in the Streetsyle event at the Toyota City Championships this afternoon in Portland. His efforts secured a threepeat Dew Tour Streetstyle win where he remains undefeated. Alec Majerus landed in second and Curren Caples took home third place on the podium. Roll the clip to watch Ryan’s run.
1. Ryan Sheckler
2. Alec Majerus
3. Curren Caples
4. Riley Hawk
5. Nick Merlino
With his mom in attendance for positive vibes in Portland, Alec Majerus won the overall Dew Tour Best Trick competition this afternoon at the Toyota City Championships. Which tricks earned him the overall top honors? A frontside hurricane, frontside feeble to front 180 out, backside 270 lipslide, and switch 270 lipslide down the rail and a backside noseblunt upon the hubba ledge.
The best trick of the entire 30-minute session was awarded to Kelvin Hoefler’s nollie frontside bluntslide to fakie down the rail.
Congrats Alec and Kelvin!
The Dew Tour is taking over Portland, Oregon’s Broadway Street as Ryan Sheckler looks to nail down a three peat with his third consecutive win. Can the all terrain young gun Curren Caples, local hero David Gravette and or others claim the top spot on the podium?.
David Gravette looks back at 2012’s Dew Tour Streetstyle event on the sloped section of San Francisco’s Harrison Street where he nailed down a second place finish. Watch for Gravette ripping up the streetstyle course again this Sunday, August 17 at 7pm ET at DewTour.com/LIVE or download the NBC Sports Live Extra app.
The Dew Tour’s fourth consecutive yearly stop along the boardwalk of Ocean City, MD wrapped up yesterday with Baltimore native Bucky Lasek laying down some heavy lines and power moves to win the Skate Bowl competition. On Saturday Pierre Luc Gagnon returned to the top of the podium in the Vert final and Brazilian Kelvin Hoeffler owned the Skate Street Session and Best Trick events.
1. Bucky Lasek
2. Tom Schaar
3. Corey Juneau
4. Kevin Kowalski
5. Alex Sorgente
1. Pierre Luc Gagnon
2. Jimmy Wilkins
3. Sandro Dias
4. Paul-Luc Ronchetti
5. Marcelo Bastos