When we started with two kinked handrails and a gritty Portland-weathered landing, I was a little skeptical that taking the TransWorld Best Trick contest off the Dew Tour course would work out for the better. But once that 30 minute timer started, all doubt was put to ease. With a $2,500 winner take all prize, and $1,000 cash for landed tricks, inbetween the scorpions and bloodly palms, we witnessed some unbelieveable makes. Some notables: Adam Dyet’s kickflip back five-0, Jordan Hoffarts after-the-buzzer 50-50 rail to hubba transfer, and of course, pretty much anything you’re about to see from Ryan Decenzo.