DK Wars: everyone surfs whenever they want

The first event of the DK Wars was held in Salt Creek Beach. This new bodyboarding format was created by fans of Drop Knee riding. It's not like any other contest you have been to before, because the judges are the riders and the beach goers.

In DK Wars, each "team" consists of four men/women that represent an area, hood or zone. It's a non contest format and more an all day destruction of the beach bars. The contest rules are simple: everyone surfs whenever they want.

How does voting work? After the event, riders head back to a house for BBQ. While partying, riders watch the films and check out the photos from the event. From there, everyone votes and decides the winner.

The Salt Creek Beach event was won by Adam Dumas, from the LA County. The best team was also the LA one. Stan Moniz, Adam Dumas and Chris Taloa stormed the first DK War. The next event will be held in Hawaii.

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