The pros have voted and here’s your top five nominees for NORA Transition Rider Of The Year. Congrats to Boyd Hilder, Corey Walsh, Dennis Enarson, Jason Watts, and Logan Martin. Who’s your pick?

Winners will be announced Saturday, September 7th, in Hastings England at St Mary In The Castle, just a half mile away from the Source BMX Park after the Battle Of Hastings Qualifier.

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1 thought on “TRANSITION RIDER OF THE YEAR NOMINEES – NORA CUP 2019

  1. Jesus christ, is there no end to this? Sure Dennis is the best when combining street and transition, but how is he more qualified for transition rider than Layos or Dowell? Nora cup means absolutely nothing I see. Makes me kinda sad to know, Dak holds his trophy as his highest accomplishment in riding yet choosing winner and doing best have no correlation. Lol lets chalk one up for freestyle right?! why not partner up with haro and give it to steve halfcab, making the joke complete.

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