Here, Twitch lays it out in front of San Francisco's City Hall during the 2013 FMX Triple Threat competition.
2013 Dew Tour San Francisco
United Bike Co. pro Corey Martinez, no stranger to the original Hubba Hideout ledge, switch ice picks during practice.
Real Skateboards pro Peter Ramondetta backside lip slides down the San Francisco Dew Tour course rail. Ramondetta had the support of the crowd, but failed to break the top five in the finals for skateboard street.
San Francisco's original Hubba Hideout ledge was bulldozed several years ago, but that didn't stop the Dew Tour from reconstructing a scaled replica of the spot. Here, Ryan Decenzo backside blunt slides his way into third place during the finals.
Curren Caples cruised the Dew Tour course with high speed lines all weekend long, but failed to make the Super Finals on Saturday and finished out of the top five.
The China Banks in downtown San Francisco remain a staple street spot, although it's hard to get in a long session at the infamous spot. Dew Tour recreated the spot for the street course and it was well received by both skateboarders and BMXers.
All year long, Garrett Reynolds and Chad Kerley have alternated between first place and second place during BMX street competitions. This weekend, Kerley deferred to Reynolds and took second place. On top of street prowess, he also owns some stylish inverts.
After making a full recovery from a knee injury earlier in the year, Cult's Dakota Roche returned in force for the Dew Tour stop in San Francisco and threw down this monstrous up rail to turndown 180 during practice. Roche finished eighth in the finals.
Federal's German import, Bruno Hoffman, with an uprail to 360 at height. Hoffmann finished in fifth place in the finals.
Jeremiah Smith had some great prelim runs but kept slipping up in the finals on some really complex tech moves. That didn't stop him from throwing in a couple of big maneuvers like this nose manual.
Kyle Baldock won BMX dirt finals with big moves like this 360 backflip and a frontflip barspin to tuck no-hander over the final set.
This was Anthony Napolitan's first Dew Tour competition since his knee injury, and he returned with stylish tricks such as this 360 Superman seatgrab Indian air.
Mongoose pro Ben Wallace didn't make the finals, but he was blasting the jumps and clicking 360 lookbacks with ease over the first set.
Cult pro Dakota Roche during one of many grind-to-nose manuals down the hubba ledge. Roche finished in eighth place on Saturday.
Mike "Hucker" Clark and his signature 360 nac nac over the first set of the Dew Tour dirt course. Clark finished the weekend in seventh place.
It was a chilly fall evening for dirt qualifying, but that didn't stop T.J. Ellis from stretching this backflip Superman. Ellis failed to qualify into the finals.
Trey Jones had some of the most original lines on the street course. Here is one of them: a tuck no-hander transfer from the San Fran-influenced China Banks to the top of the ledge.
Japanese FMX star Takayuki Higashino does a no-handed backflip at the FMX Triple Threat in San Francisco. Higashino took third place in the competition behind overall winner Adam Jones and second-place finisher Todd Potter.
"Twitch" gets inverted on one of his final jumps at the FMX Triple Threat. He finished in eighth place.
Mike Mason does a cliffhanger backflip during Sunday's FMX competition. Mason finished in sixth place.
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