2014 Red Bull Dirt Conquers
For the second year, riders from around the world gathered in Guadalajara, Mexico, for Red Bull Dirt Conquers. The event, which returned to Park Metropolitano, resembles a huge concrete park -- but it's built entirely out of dirt. Here, UK park and dirt shredder Ben Hennon keeps it stylish with a one-footed invert transfer.
Another U.K. invite, Ben Wallace, turndown transfers through sections of the Dirt Conquers course.
What looks like an X Games style concrete park course is actually constructed from dirt. That's the basic premise behind Red Bull Dirt Conquers. Here, an unknown athlete tabletops through a section of the course.
Pat Casey tailwhip transfers during the finals on Sunday. Casey missed placing in the top three spots in the finals.
Haro's Dennis Enarson can ride anything you put in front of him. Here he throws a massive tailwhip transfer over the cradle.
Dirt legend Ryan Nyquist and fellow Red Bull Dirt Conquers competitors take a break during practice for the finals.
In 2013, Kevin Peraza crashed in practice and could not ride the contest. He was disappointed about it and wanted to win the 2014 edition. With 360 downside whips over the hitching post, 540 nose spins and creative lines all over the park, the win was his.
From left to right: Daniel Sandoval (second place), Kevin Peraza (first place) and Drew Bezanson (third place).
Red Bull Dirt Conquers was the first big win of 2014 for Kevin Peraza.
"It rides like bumpy concrete, and I like it when the transition isn't perfect." said best line winner Bas Keep. "I rode the capsule last year and I figured I could go around twice and downside whip out of it. Riding the wall of the capsule both ways was good fun also." continued Keep.