It’s Dollo’s world – and we’re just taking up space in it. Henrik Harlaut reminded us of that over the weekend, while sweeping Dew Tour Breckenridge 2016’s Slopestyle Jumps, Slopestyle Rails and Overall Slopestyle Pro competitions – and having more fun than anyone else on the mountain while doing it.
“It was phenomenal, fantastic, awesome, wicked, modern, sick…I’m so super-duper mad hyped,” he told The Enthusiast Network after clinching the overall title. “This is by far the best contest season I’ve ever had.” Dollo’s insane bag of tricks included a dub 12 bio blunt – his first time landing it in competition – on the Friday jump line; and a left 450 disaster to 270 out on the flat down tube in Saturday’s rails comp. Mental!
Henrik’s dominance came despite crazy weather that wreaked havoc on the schedule all weekend long. A planned team competition composed of Modified Halfpipe, Slopstyle Jump and Slopestyle Rails was condensed down to just rails with Henrik and youngblood Quinn Wolferman repping Team Armada, led by team captain Tanner Hall.
Quinn gave judges and the crowd a sneak peek at the future with more grabs on his rail runs than most dudes have going on in their jump line – bringing enough insane creativity to win the event’s Game Changer award. Style ruled the day in tough conditions, and though they didn’t end up on the Team podium, Quinn and Dollo gave the crowd a good time and put them on notice that big things are to come.
Catch the highlights – with commentary from team captain Tanner – Saturday, Dec 17 on NBC. Check your local listings for the time.