Tyler got to visit Barcelona on Red Bull’s dime awhile ago, and as most that go over there he had the time of a lifetime. He slayed some amazing spots in this too. Video by Matty Lambert.
Boyd Hilder and his buddy Alex Hiam spent some time in San Francisco during their US Summer trip and came up with this amazing edit. So much good stuff from both of them, showcasing how well rounded and insanely talented they are. Click play and enjoy this one! Filmed and edited by David Pendleton.
This is a good watch from Vital of our boys, Cordova and Enarson going head to head for their Game Of Bike at Woodward West.
“Demolition teammates and bicycle geniuses Matt Cordova and Dennis Enarson bring out the best in each other in one of the best matches of the whole contest.” – Vital
You don’t wanna miss the latest episode of Red Bul’s Raditudes with our man, Hucker breaking the record for fastest hang five. So nuts!! Check it our here>>
This is too good to miss. If you haven’t watch it yet, watch now. And if you have watched it already, watch again. It’ll get you stoked every time, guaranteed!
“Mike Gray WENT IN on this full section for his parts sponsor Demolition. For over a year Mike stacked clips with SoCal lensman Doeby Huynh around the school yards and city streets of San Diego, and even snagged some footy while on a trip to Rochester, NY. This video coincides with Mike’s upcoming Interview “Mind the Gap” in issue 211 of RideBMX Magazine. From lengthy technical lines to handrail destruction, mike handles business, but where he really shines is in his selection of roof setups, and the tricks he pairs them with. Mike is fucking unreal and I think it’s safe to say that this video puts him on the map as one of the very top dudes in the street game right now, and he’s not slowing down any time some, I promise you that.” – RIDEbmx
Lil late on this one but if you still haven’t seen it, this will be a good reminder. This is the behind the scenes of the Red Bull Bicycle Motocross remake of the film BMX Bandits with our own Mike ‘Hucker’ Clark. Be sure to watch the whole video here>>
“Our man, Mike ‘Hucker’ Clark is in quite possibly the best bmx movie you’ll watch all year. Every year a Red Bull athlete gets to pick their dream scenario (setup or movie type) on what they would want to see come to life. Corey Bohan chose to do a remake of the legendary bmx film, BMX Bandits. The last scene with Hucker definitely made me laugh, just cause… it’s classic Hucker.”
Biz always comes through with solid parts and this one is definitely no different. Wide variety of stuff, which I always like to watch in a part too. That opener… I’ll leave it to Calvin and RIDE to finish the writeup >>
“Filming with Biz for this project was pretty relaxed I’m basically living on his couch so we could get up and ride any day of the week as long as the spot was weekday friendly. No injuries just good old fashioned clips for this part which was a nice change for what we do on a daily basis. I guess we filmed for like 6 months, I was in Australia for a month in between the filming process so there was a little break as for that it was pretty consistent film days. For those who don’t know, Biz is older than most Pro’s still riding at this high level so it was impressive to see and film these clips with him. It is with much honor to put this together for the world to see, many years ahead with Biz in our industry I’m sure of it. This is what a Pro Bmx rider looks like, don’t forget it.” – Calvin Kosovich
A classic day with Chris Doyle all around Pittsburgh, where he hits all his usual spots. Looks like some of the best spots around. Take a watch! p.s. Yes, ESPN needs a new player!
“Spend a day with X Games Austin 2015 BMX Dirt bronze medalist Chris Doyle as he gets in a well-rounded day of riding in and around his hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.”
Our man, Mike ‘Hucker’ Clark is in quite possibly the best bmx movie you’ll watch all year. Every year a Red Bull athlete gets to pick their dream scenario (setup or movie type) on what they would want to see come to life. Corey Bohan chose to do a remake of the legendary bmx film, BMX Bandits. The last scene with Hucker definitely made me laugh, just cause… it’s classic Hucker.
“The brainchild of Corey Bohan, Bicycle Motocross comes after a lifetime of religious viewing of the original film which saw Nicole Kidman grace the silverscreen for the first time, two years of planning and a hectic two weeks of filming across Sydney to create something that truly paid tribute to the original, with Corey’s unique twist.”
This year Christian has been working on multiple projects at the same time, and when he came to us with the idea of doing a new Demolition edit also, we were a lil hesitant if he could pull it off or not. When we finally saw the end result, we just about sh*t our pants. The man is a machine on and off his bike. How he came through with such a banger edit is beyond us. For him to get this done and have it this heavy is insane. If you like insane/ original grinds moves and more, you’ll love this one!
Raditudes first episode back featuring the behind the scenes of the insane Silverdome video from Tyler Fernengel with that insane last step-down truck crash.
“» CLICK to watch Tyler’s FULL Silverdome session.
Raditudes is back in 2015 for a second season! BMX pro Tyler Fernengel and crew face dangerous challenges during the filming for his viral video at the abandoned Silverdome stadium in Pontiac, Michigan.”
For all those that are over 30 might remember BMX Bandits as a kid, but if you didn’t you’ll get your chance to see the Red Bull remake with Corey Bohan and Hucker at the helm shortly. I actually got stoked to see this trailer for it too. Drops Oct 27th, get ready!
“Corey ‘Bowie’ Bohan, Leanna Curtis and Mike ‘Hucker’ Clark bring new school flavour to an 80s cult classic in Bicycle Motocross. With more thrills, spills and antics than your regular BMX edit look out for the full clip, premiering exclusively HERE, October 27 2015.”
Right when you thought you’ve seen it all from Pat, he does a video like this one. We’re so stoked to have Pat reppin Demolition since day one too. Get ready to say “holy shit” multiple times…
Our Australian distributor, BMX Militia recently took notice of young Lewis (17 yrs old), and mentioned him to us as a potential rider for Demolition. Needless to say we were 100% into the idea and was floored on how good he is. Lewis and friend/ filmer, Chris Whyte whipped this video up for his welcome edit and came back with some heavy bangers for it too. You’ll definitely be seeing a lot more from Lewis in the near future, stay tuned…
For all those that missed being at Nora Cup this year, wait no further. RIDEbmx just dropped the video and it was like I was there all over again. Watch Dave F-N Mirra give the Best Ramp Rider award off to our own Dennis Enarson. This is rad, watch now.
53 Seconds of Dennis going bananas. While you’re at it, you might as well buy his new Markit Jeans here>>
Just saw Vital has up their 10 Best Front Brake Riders Of All Time and had up our own legend, Dave Osato as one of their picks. Honestly, what front brake list wouldn’t have Dave Osato! Check out his last Last Chance part to go down memory lane of what Dave does best.
“You do not want to fight Dave Osato. Not that he was known for instigating a brawl, but to put it in perspective, he ripped a pair of jeans off of Andrew Ferris in one swipe. That kind of Canadian super-human strength became his style on a bike. He could absolutely man-handle tailwhip to nosepicks, 540 Canadian nosepicks, and hop 3 whips over 10 years ago. Along with that strength, he also had an incredible amount of finesse and accuracy that let him lace his banger in the 2011 Demolition video, Last Chance.” – Vital BMX
The Nike bmx dream team pulled off one of the heaviest online videos this year. Dennis’ clips in here are absolutely nuts! The whole thing is epic! Props to everyone involved on this edit. Video by Ryan Navazio
“Garrett Reynolds, Dennis Enarson, Chad Kerley, Alex Kennedy and Simone Barraco in the streets of Spain.”
Rob Wise and the stacked GT team recently took a trip to Kansas City and the result is this 4 minute edit full of bangers! Check it out and look for an article from “Bleeding Kasas” featured in issue 210 of RideBMX.
Our very own Dennis Enarson and Biz just christened the Pusher BMX Mailorder team along with Seth Klinger. They spent a week together in Colorado to produce this edit around the time we stopped at Pusher for the shop stop. With these three, you know it’s good.
The Demolition summer camping trip to Colorado was epic before it even started. With our riders, Tyler Fernengel, Chris Doyle, Kris Fox, Rob Wise, Matt Cordova, Connor Lodes, and Dennis Enarson we already knew the crew was tight and everyone was already ready to get to Colorado to ride some epic parks. More importantly than the riding, the crew felt more like a family than a team on this trip, and like most “camping trips” the experience there was unforgettable. Oh, and the riding was f-n nuts… Full gallery with action and chill shots are after the jump too.
Special Thanks: This video and our trip couldn’t have been as fun or made possible without these people behind the scenes: The Cordova family, Kenny Enarson, and Clay Brown.
Filmed & Edited by M.Mastroni. Photos by B.Castillo
I just found this edit of Dave over on the ESPN site, in which he takes us back to when he first landed himself a BMX bike and then explains how he came from that to the world traveling professional athlete that he is today. Its awesome to hear Dave talk about his roots and to see him riding as a kid is awesome. I can’t believe the riding he was doing on that DYNO, probably some of the craziest riding a frame like that ever saw!
I’m loving the vibe of this edit, definitely a good watch from beginning to end. Our good buddy and BMX technician, Drew The HOSS Hosselton, teamed up with Adam Banton, and Arnaud Wolff for a day trip out to the skatepark in Sedona, AZ. The park has been a bust for bikes but recently started allowing BMX so the three took advantage of this revision of the rules and sessioned the park for it’s worth. The park looks so good and so fun it’s no wonder those guys made the trek, I’m jealous! Hit play and enjoy, then go ride!
Jason, Kris, and myself all made the trek out to Vegas for interbike last month and in the midst of the madness we made a little side trip over to TCU TV to talk about all things Demolition and a few things not Demolition. This is a pretty funny watch so be sure to sit back and enjoy!
AlliSports put together this quick edit with Dennis where he talks about his recent injury and how he copes with recovery. Be sure to check it out and appreciate being healthy and able to ride your bike!
Ryan Nyquist has started his own YouTube channel and the first edit he has released on his channel features Demolition’s own Mike Hucker Clark teaching Nyquist how to do BarRides. It’s entertaining for sure, be sure to take a break from your doing and check it out HERE.
2012 Texas Toast Qualifying + Guantlet of Death – More BMX Videos
The contest of the year is without a doubt Texas Toast and a lot of our guys were in attendance shredding the gauntlet, street and dirt courses. In this new video by Vital BMX, D Enarson and Hucker show off their stuff on dirt. Also, wait till the end to see Morgan Wade making it all the way through the gauntlet and hitting our bomb. So sick!
During his stay in Barcelona (and on home turf in Arizona) Drew managed to clock enough footy to cap off his Hunt section and still have some to play with for a lil’ Demolition edit. Feast your eyes on some VX nuggets of Drew being Drew half way around the world.
Seems like the contest/event of the year is Texas Toast and every pro rider is trying their best to make it out to take on the Gauntlet of Death, amazing trail section and their new regular street course. Since we’re a sponsor at this years event, we had a chance to have an obstacle that might take a few riders out. The Demolition bomb on springs will definitely make it rough to make it through for any rider. My guess is you have to haul ass over it or you might be in for. What Taj says in the above video is the best description ever regarding the contest, “I get a kick out of watching the best pro riders in the world fall on the most ridiculous obstacles I can dream up.”
“Here’s the third and last video from our Tea & Biscuits UK Tour featuring shop stops at Alpha BMX, Pro Cycle Center, and The Source BMX Shop. Thanks again to Steve Bancroft and Rusty at Elephant as well as all the shops for the great times! Lets do it again soon guys! Enjoy” — Mastroni
This video, the first of two shop stop edits from our Tea & Biscuits Tour, features bike riding, tea slurping and biscuit nibbling from Demolition riders, Mike “Hucker” Clark and Chris Doyle as they session parks and makeshift spots at three of the awesome shops that put us up. Thanks a million to everyone at Brighton BMX, Crucial and Rad BMX for making the trip such an grand success.
The third and final video in the Tea & Biscuits series should be online next week, so be sure to check that out and keep your eyes peeled for our next, considerably less healthy tour ‘Chips & Gravy’ early next year. Filmed & Edited by Mike Mastroni
To kick off Elephant Distribution we brought over a eclectic selection of Volume and Demolition riders for 10 days of sightseeing and forehead signing. As a theme for the trip we teamed up with Yorkshire Tea and McVities Biscuits to bring nourishment and refreshments to the masses, and with 6 shop stops, numerous street sessions, 1 trail session, a Dub Jam and over a thousand spent tea bags in our wake, all in all it was a dunking goodtime. This is the first of three edits from the trip, look out for the second installment next week and remember, don’t dunk for too long or she’ll fall in your tea.
Thanks to everyone who made the trip fun and for this edit specifically we’d like to extend a big thank you to Ross, Jon and all the Epsom locals, Philly D in Liverpool, Rampworx Skatepark and Ian, Dean and James at 4Down. Cheers – Elephant Distribution
Filmed & Edited By Mike Mastroni
It’s that time again for another section from “Last Chance” to be released online. This time around its none other than our homie with that smooth street steeze, Daniel Martinez. Lil D’s take on riding street is so original, smooth and effortless that his sections are always a treat to watch. I never get tired of this section and I’m sure you won’t either, watch it now, get stoked, and go ride!
RIDEbmx Interbike video with J.Cobbs and myself just came out featuring our all new CRMO splined Mugatu sprocket and our all new Trooper Al. and PC pedals.
Rob is known mostly for his street riding but can slay the parks too. He comes out swinging while destroying all his local UT parks in this new Markit edit by Christian Rigal.
What happens when you get one of the most stylish vert dogs (Coco Zurita) and filmers (Dylan Pfohl) together… one incredibly awesome edit!
“When camp shuts down and the world sleeps, Coco Zurita emerges from the darkness. @cocozurita @dylanpfohl http://www.dylanpfohl.com
Thanks to Jake Kinney, Juan Ignacio Zurita, Nicolas Illanes and Eli Waterhouse”
AlliSports did a My 5 interview with Demolition’s Mike “Hucker” Clark where he answers some questions in between runs over at Woodward West. It’s awesome to see how Hucker gets stoked on every question because it makes him think of all the things he’s into. Riding, fishing, spit balls, hunting for rattlesnakes, having fun with friends, Mike is full of life and loves it and everything in it more than any other person I know!
Biz is the master of barspins and now you can 180 bars just like the man himself. Good luck!
Every edit the Markit crew puts out is high quality, high energy and highly entertaining. This welcome back VX edit could be considered the first Markit edit and would set the pace for the insane list of edits that they’ve release since. They started out big and just keep getting bigger and are showing no signs of slowing!! Check this edit out now, get stoked, and then go ride!!
Dave can shred everything so well that you can’t predict what he might do, you just have to wait for the unexpected. This section in Last Chance is one of the best examples of just how diverse Dave’s riding is! I just watched this section again and was super stoked to see the grind to hop over manuel to bar over a gap. Take a look now and see whats your favorite clip, and get reminded why Dave is one of your favorite riders!
Riding these days is on another level, and these two are perfect proof of that. I think every shot called was some unreal combo that sounded impossible and then one of these guys would just stomp it no problem. I always wonder when watching these edits if any one clip actually took some time or are they all pretty much first tries? Either way it’s all ridiculous.
These two sit down with Alli Sports to go head to head on some trivia questions. Some of the questions are general knowledge about each other, some are based on their common sponsor SE Bikes, but all of them elicit pretty funny responses from both guys. This edit doesn’t have any riding in it but it gives you a pretty good look at these guy’s personalities. Entertaining for sure!
Rob Wise, DC Shoes and us all helped work on a collab shoe for Rob awhile back and they’re now available through the DC Shoes site and at finer BMX mail order shops. The shoe came out awesome and I can’t think of a better candidate for a pro model shoe other than Rob. The promo above is classic Rob too, jumping a huuuuge roof gap with lightning in the background. Doesn’t get any more metal than that!
“Rob Wise is known for going big, and this 30 foot roof to roof gap (with a 1.5 foot step-up) is no exception. DC met up with Rob in Utah to film this insane gap, and talk to Rob about his new DC Pro Model Tactic shoe. For more info on Rob and his shoe, go to http://dcshoes.com/robwise.” – DC Shoes
Oh man, this lil’ teaser got me really excited to see Pat’s whole Hunt part. Those quick clips look insane!
One of my favorite people and riders, Chris Doyle just got up a new Duo Brand edit. Always can’t wait to see new riding from Doyle, he goes faster, bigger, and stretches every trick more every time I see him ride. Seeing some of those parks he rides in Raleigh looks pretty amazing too. On a little side note; Chris used my brothers band, Black Swan Runners for his song. A lil’ tear came down when I first heard it. Thanks Chris!
The term “underrated” gets thrown around a lot in bmx but when I think of one of the best underrated riders, Brett Walker’s name always comes to mind. Brett is one of those unique riders that doesn’t care about the industry or the limelight. He actually shuns it and stays to himself. He’s an absolute beast on and off his bike and is one of the coolest dudes we know. Now if we can just get him on a road trip…
Russ Barone shot a bike check recently with ESPN during a jam in the Bronx. Check the edit and find out what Barone is jammin on right HERE!
Turndowns are one of those tricks that just seems impossible for whatever reason, until you learn them and then they are one of the most fun and satisfying tricks in the game. Watch Ronnie in this new RIDE edit and learn one of the more classic and loved tricks in BMX!
Kris Fox and our good buddy Coco Zurita just got added to the Pull-In US team. JC Piere put together this awesome edit while the whole team was recently up at Woodward West. Kris comes through as always with his signature speed and flow and anytime there’s new footage of Coco, it’s a treat! Blasting huge airs on the mega ramp, flowing the vert ramp in every direction, and it never gets old seeing a classic tabletop 12+ feet out. The highlight of the video for me had to be Coco’s 180 gap out of the vert ramp. Check it out!
Kris Fox is one of the newest members of the Demolition family but he has certainly made a big impression in a short amount of time. There’s not a whole lot of words that can decsribe how smooth Kris is and how fast he rides, so let me stop trying so you can just go ahead and watch the madness. Enjoy!
Christian went on a rad trip earlier this summer with the United and Eclat teams. The trip took them up the length of California, from LB to SF, and the crew produced bangers along the entire way. Both these teams are so stacked how could it possibly be bad? It can’t be! Check the goods right here!
Mike Hucker Clark, Rob Wise and Chris Doyle were all on hand on this DC trip that took the crew half way across the country, this trip looked amazing! Between the insane demos they had and the crazy street clips in this edit it really looked to be one hell of trip. Highlights include Doyle’s lookback to Euro air, Rob’s over ice to back over fakie, as well as Hucker’s hangfive down a stair set at speed!! Watch it here now if you haven’t already and then head over to DC’s site to see more coverage from the trip.
Oh man this is pretty funny! This little clip from the TV show “American Guns” feature DC’s TM, Mike Aland, setting up a bet for Rob Wise to bunnyhop over 8 people in order to get half off a gun that Rob wanted to buy. If you didn’t know already, Rob is a gun nut for sure so I bet he was pretty stoked to get offered this bet that he could win in his sleep. Especially when it meant he had to pay $1500 less than ticket price for the gun!
DC recently put on an incredible demo at the Journeys in Nashville, TN. They had an awesome variety of ramps on hand and a ton of people showed up to watch the madness. Demo’s Chris Doyle, Rob Wise and Mike Hucker Clark were all present at the demo in Nashville and were killing it like the usually do… Highlights include Hucker drifting alley-oop air across and entire mini ramp and Rob firing out an insane hangover toothpick to over roller coaster tooth grind. CRAZY!
Here is the latest installment of The Product Spotlight Series with Connor Lodes giving you his rundown of the Rogue and Bulimia V2 wheels. Connor has so many sick clips in this edit you’ll have to watch twice to catch everything- which is perfect cause you’ll get twice the opportunity to learn about what should be your next new set of wheels!
I just found this edit of Dave Dillewaard over on the VITAL site and it’s nuts! Dave hit up the best trails, schools, and parks the 909 has to offer, the result of which is this rad web edit for his frame sponsor, GT BIKES. Dave’s buddies, Biz, Enns and Bohan all helped out behind the lens while Dave kicked ass in front of it. With this crew, I can only imagine the amount of ball-busting that went on during the filming of this edit. Lot’s of good times I’m sure!!
Stevie Churchill and Stew Johnson headed over to Cherry Park last week and produced this crazy edit for Dan’s Comp that shows how Stevie can destroy anything, even if its only a couple ledges and rails… This edit also features a special homie appearance from The Come Up’s very own, Adam 22!
Pat Casey went absolutely nuts this year at X Games Park and landed himself in 3rd place! I know Pat is totally stoked and we are stoked for him!! Check out one of Pat’s park final runs over at ESPN. Your the man Pat.
Demo’s own, Drew Hosselton, met up with the Volume Bikes Crew last month at his home in Tempe, Az, to cruise the streets of Arizona and try not to get heat stroke along they way. Drew being a local had no problems with the heat and was able to bang out this edit while the guys were in town. Volume announced with this edit that they are doing a Drew Hosselton Spot Contest Giveaway which you can find the details to right HERE.
ESPN hooked up with Stevie to get his thoughts on riding as well as his first appearance at Xgames. And of course there are clips of Stevie shredding too!
Want to learn feeble grinds? Want to have them totally dialed? Leave it up to our buddy, Ronnie Napolitan, to teach you how. Hit play and get ready to learn!
Few can dispute that Christian is one of the most dedicated riders in BMX. Whether he is riding, filming, editing or having any kind of fun on his bike, he is always putting in the most effort he’s got to give. I think this is evident of anything he’s ever done for Demolition and this edit is definitely no different. This edit has too many good clips to count and it’s a perfect edit to formally introduce him to the Demolition Pro team. Keep on killing it Christian!
Short and Sweet. Haro just released this one clip commercial of Dennis that is a jaw dropper for sure. Dennis = BEAST
Premium Products just dropped a team edit that is just too good! Connor’s up-rail to switch whip is by far my favorite clip. Watch it now to find out what’s your favorite.
Connor Lodes, Ronnie Napolitan and Kris Fox were all on hand to help celebrate the opening of Woodward Tahoe. By the looks of it in the edit, the place is insane!! What else was insane was Connor’s nose manuel which started the edit out on a high note to say the least! Thanks to Vital and Kyle Carlson for the steady hands behind the lens.
Kris Fox gives you his perspective on BMX while riding his BMX with just as much passion. There is so much style in this its oozing out of my computer screen! Film/Edit by Dylan Pfohl.
Ronnie is always pushing his riding no matter what the terrain. Recently, while filming for his Markit web edit, I watched Ronnie shred a set of trails in the rain…He was just riding trails in the rain like it was something normal to do!? And since he was rocking the Machete tire while not slipping out during his wet and messy trail session, who better to go over the Machete tire with you and explain why it’s the tire that he chooses to ride in any condition! Stoked to see Connor get in the mix with the homie clip.
Christian went over to Argentina for a United Bikes tour in April and came back with this amazing edit. The whole team kills it but Christian held down some of the biggest bangers of the trip. That backwards grind to hop over tooth was awesome.
Chuck Fallon took his trusty GoPro 2 camera on the road with the GT crew and came back with some amazing cool shots of Rob and Dave. The GoPro footage looks amazing for how small they are.
We got Gabe Brooks, Stevie Churchill, Drew Hosselton and Ryan BIZ Jordan together last month to cruise some of the roads less traveled in California. The crew came though hard and Felipe Gonzalez was behind the lens to make sure nothing was missed. So stoked on how this turned out! Also, be sure to check out the story from the trip in DigMag issue 88!
The Dans Comp team has been hard at work filming for their first DVD and these little skatepark edits are a nice little by-product of that project. You already know Stevie killed it, the kid is nonstop!
The steeziest BMXer in the game, Gabe Brooks, takes some time out of his Demo warehouse session to go over the finer points of the Revolt Cranks with you. Take the time to watch this video and learn why the Revolt Cranks are the best in the business and how they’re sure to find a happy home on your ride soon!
Mike Hucker Clark absolutely killed it this year at the Red Bull Empire of Dirt. Huck is the best, while he’s busy killing the finals to place 4th, in between runs he could be found bar surfing his way back to the roll in. No matter what he is doing, you can always count on Huck to have fun doing it.
Markit/ Christian Rigal just put up their new Ronnie Napolitan edit. Anything lit up at night always seems to add a lil’ something to the feel and look of an edit. Really stoked on this lil’ edit. Good work guys!
Aaron has up a cool feature where he shreds his local street plaza and talks about some videos that influenced him as he was coming up.
Heros and Madmen was one of my favorite videos growing up and Jason’s part was a stand out section for sure. So many tech clips in this one! Make time to watch this now and please appreciate that it’s damn near 20 years old…..
Check out Connor get crazy in this 7-11 commercial. What a wild setup! How often do you get to ride a cargo plane and a couple of busses?
Demolition shredders Mike Hucker Clark and Kris Fox were in full effect at the recent Redbull Moon sessions, check the edit to see what went down.
This is great! Everyone’s buddy, Dennis Enarson and fellow Nike Pro, Nigel Sylvester, talk about how they like their Nike’s setup. One funny thing I noticed is that Dennis has a mysterious nose or ear that sometimes sticks out the left side of Dennis’s head and sometimes the right side…But never both sides at the same time? I wonder what thats supposed to be? Either way I like how this turned out.