Four more dirt riders are announced, bringing the invite list to 30 with two open spots remaining.
The return of Red Bull Dreamline is on the horizon, with the best in BMX dirt jumping set to gather on a progressive course in New Mexico in early August.
The next four invites have been announced (see below); two more spots remain, so stay tuned to find out who will score the most exclusive invites in dirt competition.
Sergio Layos: Hailing from Madrid, Layos (pictured above) is known for a smooth, clean style on concrete, wood, dirt and anything else he puts his wheels on. Look for him to easily carry his speed through the entire course with massive airs and clean landings.
Morgan Wade: Wade is a product of Texas; a state built on hard work and dedication. Every time Morgan puts his feet on the pedals he's punching in to go to work. Whether it’s dirt, MegaRamp, street or park, he turns off the fear switch and makes big things happen.
Ben Wallace: Wallace has technical tricks on lock without losing the ability to go big and do it all with proper style. The winner of Red Bull Empire of Dirt in 2012, this Englishman can throw down on all terrain.
Jaie Toohey: Toohey rides with the volume on 11 all the time. He brings the fire even while warming up. The big features on the Red Bull Dreamline course cater directly to Toohey's style, so look for massive flips and spins from this talented Aussie.