Cyclists catch the fall air at Red Bull dirt-jumping event

Kyle Baldock placed third 2014 Red Bull Dreamline BMX event in Hendersonville, Oct. 11.

Photos/update by Kate Durham

OCTOBER 11, 2014 – A two-hour rain delay didn’t deter professional BMX riders from elite competition at Red Bull Dreamline this afternoon at the Oskar Blues REEB Ranch in Hendersonville, NC.

Out of a field of 12 finalist, pro BMX cyclist and former North Carolinian Ryan Nyquist, of Santa Cruz, California, captured first place at the Red Bull Dreamline dirt jumping event, Saturday, October 11, 2014.

James Foster, of Redlands, California, came in second, and Kyle Baldock, of Australia, was third in the event.

Red Bull Dreamline was held at the Oskar Blues REEB Ranch in Hendersonville and is part of the Red Bull Signature Series, which is scheduled to air Saturday, Nov. 8, at 5 p.m. on NBC.

Spectators the Oct. 11 Red Bull Dreamline BMX event in Hendersonville, NC. (photos by Kate Durham)
Spectators the Oct. 11 Red Bull Dreamline BMX event in Hendersonville, NC. (photos by Kate Durham)

Red Bull Dreamline BMX Event 2014



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