History made at Red Bull Rampage 2017

The 12th edition of Red Bull Rampage ended with Kurt Sorge landing the most coveted mountain bike event in the world for a record third time. Kurt Sorge at Rampage 2017 Cam Zink rolling one of the steepest sections of Rampage 2017 Having already conquered the daring terrain at Zion National Park in Virgin, Utah, in 2012 and 2015 the Canadian sent down arguably his best ever ride at Red Bull Rampage to overcome Cameron Zink and rookie Ethan Nell. Ethan Nell “I am speechless. I can’t believe it. It was a lot of work…

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Red Bull Rampage Returns to Utah October 27

The date is set for one of the biggest tests of skill and toughness in mountain biking. On October 27, Red Bull Rampage returns marking the 12th edition of the storied event. Set in one of the most demanding locations on the planet, the event has become the most coveted title in Freeride Mountain Biking. This fall, 21 of the world’s greatest riders will once again descend upon Virgin, Utah’s distinctive landscape as they fight to claim their place atop the Rampage podium. More information about exclusive spectator tickets and event…

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Video: Supermoon with the Claw

On November 14, 2016, the moon traveled closer to the Earth than it has since 1948 — and we’ll have to wait until 2034 until it gets this close again. With only a few days’ notice, Darren Berrecloth seized the opportunity for an epic attempt to ride one of Utah’s most technically demanding trails — located on the edge of all four Red Bull Rampage event sites — in the dark. “Such an unreal experience shredding [King Kong] in the full moon last night,” said Berrecloth on his Instagram. “[It]…

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James Doerfling at Rampage

* By O’Neal Racing \\ Rampage is over for another year, another one bites the dust…quite literally in many cases. Yet again this year there was a lot of discussion around the safety of the event. With our own James Doerfling back from a summer of being side-lined by injury, just being selected to ride in this prestigious event was a huge achievement in itself. At the beginning of the season I had a pretty bad crash which resulted in a broken arm. This was one of the worst injuries…

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Video: Red Bull Rampage 2016 | Winning Runs

The Results Brandon Semenuk (CAN) 84.33 Antoine Bizet (FRA) 81.00 Carson Storch (USA) 79.00 Kurt Sorge (CAN) 78.66 Kyle Strait (USA) 78.33 Thomas Genon (BEL) 77.66 Tyler McCaul (USA) 76.00 Andreu Lacondeguy (SPA) 75.33 Pierre Edouard Ferry (FRA) 74.33 Tom Van Steenbergen (CAN) 73.33 Darren Berrecloth (CAN) 70.66 Remy Metailler (FRA) 66.33 Kyle Norbraten (CAN) 62.66 James Doerfling (CAN) 60.33 Brett Rheeder (CAN) 54.00 Graham Agassiz (CAN) 50.66 Cameron Zink (USA) 47.33 Conor MacFarlane (NZL) 43.33 UK’s Sam Reynolds and Brendan Fairclough withdrew from the event while USA’s Logan Binggeli suffered a…

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Champions return for Rampage

It’s that time of year again when the earth’s best mountain bikers head out to the desert in Utah for Red Bull Rampage. The most-watched mountain bike event of the year will see riders tackle drops of over 25m in the remote town of Virgin nestled in the Zion National Park. The 2016 course has been modified, however the 11th edition still poses a difficult test for the MTB athletes competing across downhill, slopestyle and freeride. Rampagers must study the course carefully to ensure they enhance their chances of scoring…

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Video: Jeremy “Kickstand” Hottinger eyeing Rampage

Words: Jeremy Hottinger \\ Photo: Paris Gore, Margus Riga, Gunnar Lindstrom After years of riding the old Rampage sites around my hometown, it would be the events’ 10th anniversary that I would be given a number plate and the chance to ride a line. The week prior to the event spent building, riding practice and having good times was unbelievable! This year I’m riding as much as possible and doing the work necessary to be considered for the 2016 Red Bull Rampage. It would mean a lot to get invited…

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