The Dew Tour was in town this past weekend, if you hadn’t noticed the huge vert ramp and stands constructed on the beach in downtown Ocean City, MD. As a beach town, we are already familiarized with the surf & skate lifestyle, but we were inundated with athletes and fans alike riding their bikes and boards. The construction started the week before the event began, with this year being the first Dew Tour stop to host a Skateboard Bowl competition. Amazingly this skateboard bowl, designed by Chris Miller, was built, poured & skated in here, then  post competition was being dismantled and trucked across the country to the Dew Tour stop in Portland, OR. The BMX park set up on the beach was designed by Ryan Nyquist, who also competed in the Dew Tour competition. Despite the intense heat, and storm delays that occurred during the two days of final events, all events went off without issue. This week the Town of Ocean City and the Dew Tour officials announced that the event was highly successful, and had the highest attendance in Dew Tour history, with 73,000 people attending over the course of 4 days.
Skate Bowl Finals
1. Pedro Barros
2. Bucky Lasek 
3. Ben Hatchell
BMX Park Finals
1. Kyle Baldock 
2. Dennis Enarson  
3. Ryan Nyquist
Skate Vert Super Final
1. Bucky Lasek
2. Pierre-Luc Gagnon 
3. Shaun White
BMX Vert Final
1. Jamie Bestwick
2. Chad Kagy
3. Simon Tabron
To see even more images then we have below, check out the Shorebread Dew Tour gallery here.