Contour rider Cam Zink talking through his Red Bull Rampage winning run. Tons of Red Bull Rampage footage out there by now, but this is the only stuff with the winner talking the viewer through it. Some pretty cool stuff in there.
Big thanks to all who checked out the Van Dine and McCaul stuff...
Cameron Zink is the first FMB World Tour Champion in mountain bike history
Munich, October 4th, 2010 - The Red Bull Rampage yesterday near Virgin, Utah was a totally worthy conclusion for the first Freeride Mountain Bike (FMB) World Tour ever. The riders impressed the jury with the most...
Even though he didn't make it to the podium, Cameron Zink was one of the heros of this year's Red Bull Rampage. He had tons of style, went huge, had what I thought was the scariest-looking crash, and took big chances. His two attemtpts at a monstrous 360 on Sunday were awesome. I think if he'd stuck
Cameron Zink on what was arguably one of the biggest moves in this year's Red Bull Rampage. This was taken during Sunday morning's pre-finals practice. I'd estimate this stepdown as about 50-60 feet in distance with a 20-25 foot drop. And I don't think I'm exagerating. It was huge with a capital H.
Cameron Zink, during Saturday's Red Bull Rampage qualifying. Cameron was amazing. He had one of the scariest crashes ever and had to get a doctor's note in order to continue. Then, on Sunday, he twice attempted a 360 off a monster stepdown in the finals. He might not have placed, but he went huge an