Dew Tour Brooklyn

September 18 - 21, 2014

The Boardr has the skate director role for Dew Tour's street and streetstyle events this year in both Portland and Brookyln. We've got all the details and full schedule here.

The Boardr has the skate director role for Dew Tour's street and streetstyle events this year in both Portland and Brookyln.

For more information, you can view Dew Tour's Portal, but we've pulled out the skateboarding relevant information for you summarized below.


  • Admission is free and open for the Streetstyle event outside. Entrance to the House of Vans for the Street Contest is not open to the public due to space limitations.


Thursday, September 18
  • 9am - 4:30pm: Skater Registration
  • 2pm - 5:30pm: Street Practice
  • 9pm - 11pm: Private VIP Concert in House of Vans
Friday, September 19
  • 10am - 8pm: Skater Registration
  • 4pm - 9pm: 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 Zones
      • 5 skaters per Jam, 8 minute Jams on each Zone
      • Skaters will skate in order throughout each Jam in each Zone
      • In Zone 1, a turn consists of one run down and back, starting from either side
      • When a skater falls, it’s the next skater’s turn
      • Each Zone counts equally towards final score
      • Scores based on overall impression
Sunday, September 21
  • 9am - 5pm: Skater Registration
  • 10am - 12pm: Invite-only open skate on Street course
  • 12pm - 2:15pm: Shop Battle Practice
  • 2pm - 3:45pm: Streetstyle Practice
  • 2:15pm: Shop Battle Riders' Meeting
  • 2:30pm - 3:30pm: Shop Battle
    • Shop team vs. Shop team
    • Three skaters per team
    • Five minute Jam for each team
    • Each team gets one score based on overall impression
    • Top two teams advance to Finals
    • Finals
      • Top two teams skate in one, eight minute Jam
      • Each team gets one score based on overall impression
  • 4pm - 6pm: Streetstyle Finals
    • 3 runs, best run counts

Streetstyle Starting Order

Jordan Hoffart
Age 29 from Vancouver, B.C. Canada
David Loy
Age 22 from Santa Ana CA
Mike Vallely
Age 44 from Long Beach CA
Garrett Hill
Age 27 from Vista CA
Luis Tolentino
Age 28 from NYC NY
Clint Walker
Age 24 from Altus OK
Bobby Worrest
Age 28 from DC DC
Greg Lutzka
Age 29 from Milwaukee WI
Trevor Colden
Age 20 from Virginia Beach VA
Zered Bassett
Age 29 from NYC NY
Nick Merlino
Age 27 from Atlantic City NJ
Ishod Wair
Age 22 from Bordentown NJ
Ryan Decenzo
Age 28 from Vancouver B.C. Canada
Evan Smith
Age 23 from Orlando FL
Curren Caples
Age 18 from Ventura CA

Street Starting Order

Heat One

Greg Lutzka
Age 29 from Milwaukee WI
Theotis Beasley
Age 23 from Hawthorne CA
Boo Johnson
Age 21 from Tehachepi CA
Felipe Gustavo
Age 23 from Brasilia Brazil
Trevor Colden
Age 20 from Virginia Beach VA
Evan Smith
Age 23 from Orlando FL

Heat Two

Tom Asta
Age 24 from Langhorne PA
Manny Santiago
Age 29 from Lowell MA
Curren Caples
Age 18 from Ventura CA
Chris Cole
Age 32 from Philadelphia PA
Ishod Wair
Age 22 from Bordentown NJ

Heat Three

Sean Malto
Age 25 from Kansas City KS
Paul Rodriguez
Age 29 from Los Angeles CA
Ryan Decenzo
Age 28 from Vancouver B.C. Canada
Chaz Ortiz
Age 20 from Chicago IL
Louie Lopez
Age 19 from Hawthorne CA


  • 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- click here
  • 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. The same skater can be chosen at multiple stops.

Sweet Trick of the Day Presented by Mike and Ike

One skater from Streetstyle Finals will be selected by the judges. The winner is the skater who showcases the most originality and progression during the competition through a single trick, and will take home $5,000 as a result of their success in this area.

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

Judges' Bios

Jason Rothmeyer

Somehow, someway skateboarding just tends to find people. Jason started skating in 1986 just randomly and ended up sticking with it his whole life, thankful that it was the best accident that ever happened to him. He got sponsored in 1990 by Santa Cruz Skateboards, turned pro for them in 1992, and kept rolling along as a pro all through the 90's until "retiring" in 1998 (retiring meaning the search for sponsors simply ended). While working as a team manager at a contest in 1999, Jason let the organizers know that he would be interested in judging if the opportunity came. He was put on the judging panel of the next event and was off and running. Since then he's judged almost every Tampa Am/Pro, Damn Am, CPH Pro, multiple X Games, Dew Tours, and everything in between. Jason's main goal of every contest is to get the results correct and judged as fairly as skateboarding possibly can. In addition to judging contests, Jason works as a sales rep for Fallen, Zero, New Balance Numeric, and Ridgemont Adventure Outfitters.

Matt Milligan

Matt first discovered Skateboarding in 1986 in the small beach town of Fort Myers, Florida. From the first moment that he stepped on a skateboard, he knew it would become his life. Matt ended up getting sponsored by New Deal skateboards in 1993 and turning pro a few years later in 1996. He bounced around a few different sponsors until 2006, when Father Time eventually caught up and said to hang it up. Matt currently resides in San Francisco and works in the skateboarding industry. He's had a variety of positions in the industry, but is currently is an Outside Sales Rep along with being on the judging staff of some of skateboarding's major annual events. For Matt, to this day, there is still nothing better than an epic session with some good friends. Matt's another firm believer in the fact that skateboarding saved his life.

Mike Sinclair

Mike grew up skating in North Carolina during the 80's with some friends at middle school. A few years later, he picked up a few sponsors and was lucky enough to make it on Blockhead Skateboards. He came out to California a few times for Blockhead, met a few rad people, and ended up working in the skateboard industry in the 90's. Today, Mike's still happy to be working in the skateboard industry with friends that he met along the way. He first sat on the judges' stand in 1997 at the Skatepark of Tampa after an ACL injury took him out of the Contest. His second ACL injury cemented his position on judging staffs for more and more top skateboarding events. He's been lucky enough to judge such major events as X Games, Maloof, Tampa Am, Tampa Pro, Dew Tour, Damn Am, and many, many more over the past 16 years. In 2010, Mike developed an online contest called "Real Street" with ESPN and has been in charge of all the "Real Street" events for X Games since.

Jorge Angel aka Porpe

Jorge Angel, AKA Porpe, was born in Colombia, but raised in Tampa, Florida. His Colombian parents wanted to give him the opportunity to pursue the American Dream. Inspired by skateboarding at a young age, Jorge has been pushing for nearly half his life. Jorge spent seven years working at Skatepark of Tampa, and during his time at SPoT he gained firsthand experience coordinating events and helping operate the day to day business. The relationships Porpe developed with some of the finest in the industry allow him to continue to pursue his dreams of pushing skateboarding.

Charlie Wilkins

Born and bred in Massachusetts, Charlie Wilkins has been skating with reckless abandon for more than twenty five years, all the while, placing a constant emphasis on giving back to the skate community by designing and building skateparks and contest courses for the Dew Tour, judging contests, running skate camps, and perpetually striving to be a positive role model for young skaters to emulate. Since getting sponsored in 1993 and turning pro in 1996, Charlie has endorsed a variety of companies throughout his career including Powell, Transit, Maple, 5boro, Sheep, Etnies, DVS, Este, Pig, Accel, Krux and Mercury to name a few. Over 14 years, Charlie's judging credentials include the X Games, X Games Latin America, X Games Asia, Dew Tour (every event for the last 10 years), Gravity Games, and Vans Triple Crown contests to name a few. Charlie is currently on Lifeblood Skateboards with a pro model on their Lifers Division and is the lead designer for municipal skateparks with Spohn Ranch Skateparks.

Jesse Fritsch

It’s hard to be a vert skater when you don’t have a vert ramp to skate, yet somehow Jesse Fritsch not only did it, but did it well enough to turn pro for Zoo York. His career was typical of a 90s vert guy, the focus being more about learning every trick than lining up energy drink sponsorships. The quest for McTwists and frontside inverts took Jesse from State College PA, to Tampa, FL, and finally to Southern California, where his enthusiasm on the pipe ended with a couple blown out discs in his spine and a lot of time to think about what he was going to do next. As it turns out, it was time well spent. Today he’s known as a founding father of RIDE Channel, co-host of Tony Hawks Sirius/XM radio show, and the ring leader at Asphalt Yacht Club. When he’s not doing all of that he jets in for guest judging and announcing stints with The Boardr. What’s next, rally car?

Streetstyle and Street Course Renderings

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Dew Tour Brooklyn 2014 Street Course

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