Dew Tour Brooklyn

Toyota City Championships
Brooklyn, NY
September 20-21, 2014

Celebrating its ten-year anniversary, the Dew Tour has added a streetstyle-focused event in Brooklyn, N.Y. September 20-21, showcasing skateboard and BMX at the two-day Toyota City Championships. This marks the first time the Dew Tour will hold an event in New York. Marking another year of progression for the property, the Dew Tour has confirmed the House of Vans as the venue for the skate and BMX street competitions in Brooklyn, with courses designed and constructed by renowned California Rampworks. Featuring custom designed and built features inspired by iconic NYC skate spots, the course will provide athletes with the chance to showcase their creativity and technical skills in an authentic street event.

Competitions include:
BMX Street
BMX Streetstyle
Skateboard Street
Skateboard Streetstyle

Admission is free!
Thursday, September 18
10am – 7pm: Skater Registration
4pm – 8pm: Street Practice

Friday, September 19
10am – 7pm: Skater Registration
4pm – 8pm: Street Practice
6pm: Street Riders’ Meeting

Saturday, September 20
9:30am – 7pm: Skater Registration
11am – 2pm: Streetstyle Practice
2pm: Streetstyle Riders’ Meeting
3:30pm: Judges’ Meeting
3:30pm – 5:15pm: Street Practice
5:30pm – 8pm: Street Finals

Jams Format
3 Sections

5 skaters per Jam, 8 minute Jams on each Section
Each section counts equally towards final score
Scores based on overall impression

Sunday, September 21
9am – 5pm: Skater Registration
12pm – 2:15pm: Local Shop Am Contest Practice
2:30pm – 3:30pm: Local Shop Am Contest
2pm – 3:45pm: Streetstyle Practice
4pm – 6pm: Streetstyle Finals

3 runs, best run counts

Fly into LaGuardia Airport (LGA) which is 20 – 30 minutes from Brooklyn
Marriott Brooklyn Bridge
333 Adams Street
Brooklyn, New York 11201
(718) 246-7000

Reservation link to Athlete Room Block-

Reserve by August 27, 2014 to receive the discounted rate

Guest Passes:
Skaters or their team managers must use the Dew Tour Registration site to make requests for friends and family passes. This must be done two weeks prior to the event.

Toyota Athlete of The Year:

At each Dew Tour stop, judges will nominate their favorite skater. Their runs/tricks are then edited into a piece for online voting. The skater who receives the most online votes after each event is awarded a $2,500 prize on behalf of Toyota, and is then eligible to win Toyota Athlete of the Year. After the final event in Breckenridge, winners from each stop will be subject to a panel of industry judges who will determine which athlete is the official Toyota Athlete of the Year, receiving $25,000.

Prize Purse:
1st: $30,000
2nd: $15,000
3rd: $7,000
4th: $4,000
5th: $3,000
6th: $1,000
7th: $1,000
8th: $1,000
9th: $1,000
10th: $1,000
11th: $750
12th: $750
13th: $750
14th: $750
15th: $750

1st: $30,000
2nd: $15,000
3rd: $7,000
4th: $4,000
5th: $3,000
6th: $2,000
7th: $1,000
8th: $1,000
9th: $1,000
10th: $1,000
11th: $1,000
12th: $1,000
13th: $1,000
14th: $1,000
15th: $1,000
16th: $1,000

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