BMX and skate at Simple Session 2014
Simple Session 2014 lineup
This past weekend, BMXers and skateboarders from throughout the world descended on Tallinn, Estonia for Simple Session 2014. In the BMX finals, Drew Bezanson took the win, while Greg Lutzka took the win in skateboarding. Here, BMXers line up prior to the finals on Sunday.
X Games BMX Street competitor Simone Barraco traveled from Italy for Simple Session, and threw nonstop crank flips throughout the weekend. Barraco finished 14th overall in the the BMX finals.
While most riders in the BMX finals concentrated on the rail section, DK's Drew Bezanson took control of the entire course and scored himself another Simple Session win. This is a monstrous superman over the Simple Session box jump.
Swiss skateboarder Simon Stricker kickflips over the Simple Session pyramid. Stricker placed 47 out of almost 80 skaters in qualifying. Yup, that's how big Simple Session is.
Canadian Red Bull skater Ryan Decenzo floats over the volcano during qualifying. Decenzo finished 16th overall in the skate finals.
Sebastian Keep has been on the BMX competition circuit for over a decade, and shows no signs of slowing down. Keep had a rough time in qualifying, and finished in 99th place, but at this point, he has nothing to prove to anyone.
Lazy style nacnac over the box jump during BMX from Daniel Wedemeijer, who finished in 33rd place overall for the weekend.
Turndown during BMX qualifying.
2014 marks the fourth time Drew Bezanson has taken home the Simple Session win. That is quite the accomplishment.
After sitting out most of the 2013 season with injuries, Ryan Sheckler is back. In Estonia, he placed fifth overall in the skate finals.
Tyler Ferengel, 360 superman seatgrab Indian air.
The classics never die. Drew Bezanson brings Simple Session to a close with a huge backflip.