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  1. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Reverence: A Journey Into Fear asks what do you do when the trail ahead looks like this? Fear. Most people don't understand fear, nor are they willing to accept it. Mountain bike superstars accept fear as a critical aspect in their daily lives. What differs from each athlete is the origin fear...
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    One Run and Done | Brett Rheeder's Winning Run at Red Bull Rampage 2018 Weather conditions on the mountain were good for finals day. The wind that can whip up in the Zion National Park behaved itself giving the riders one less thing to worry about. The 19 competitors taking part in finals were...
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    Just how insane is Red Bull Rampage. Check out these POV runs and extra clips from the world's most demanding freeride contest courtesy of Vincent "Vinny T" Tupin. It's raw, it's barely edited, and it'll make your palms sweat. Check out more videos on Mtbr.
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    Once again, Red Bull Rampage served up a stunning display of courage and extreme bike handling abilities. Tops on that list with arguably the best ride in his storied Red Bull Rampage history, was Kurt Sorge, who took home gold at the 12th edition of the most dangerous mountain biking event in...
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    With arguably the best ride in his storied Red Bull Rampage history, Kurt Sorge took home gold at the 12th edition of the most extreme mountain biking event in the world. Rounding out the Red Bull Rampage podium were Cameron Zink and rookie Ethan Nell, a 20-old Utah local who was competing in...
  6. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    In the pioneering years of Red Bull Rampage, Robbie Bourdon brought a hard-charging confidence to the course, inspiring today's competitors to trust their skills and push the boundaries of freeride mountain biking. Here's a look back...
  7. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    What is riding Red Bull Rampage really like? Most of us will never know. But these two videos do a great job helping us mere mortals understand the enormous scale of the Rampage course, offering a clearer picture of what competitors are facing on this unforgiving terrain. In the first video...
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    I'm not sure why bad lip reading videos are so funny, but they are, especially when the victim is Red Bull Rampage. https://sharevideo.redbull.com/vjs/index.html?r=1&cornerbug=true&origin=https://www.redbull.com&accid=1439051358001&pid=4JE31Ysng&vid=5207329039001 While we know...
  9. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    The athletes competing in Red Bull Rampage make the superhuman look easy. They ride ultra-exposed ridges and clear huge senders, so it's interesting to hear their internal dialogue. Take Tyler McCaul for instance. As he sends it down one of the burliest lines at Rampage, he finds time to cheer...
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    Whether you love or loathe sugary energy drinks, you have to appreciate Red Bull for streaming World Cup downhill and Rampage. Photo by Eddie Clark/EddieClarkMedia.com If you missed Friday's Red Bull Rampage, fret not. The full replay is available now on Rebull TV. You can also tune into NBC...
  11. General Discussion
    Live Blogging Rampage. Rampage is going on live! For those of you that can't watch along at work because you boss is a jerk, I'll be trying to live blog the action...So please excuse any typos. Let's do this! First Run Bearclaw drops in first! How fitting. This guy has been here since the...
  12. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Red Bull Rampage kicks off tomorrow (9:30 a.m. PST/12:30 p.m. EST). Thursday, rider were getting busy testing hits and making final adjustments. Who you picking for the win? Watch this video and let us know in the comments section below...
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    The 2016 Red Bull Rampage is being held at a new venue. This week, riders and their build teams have been working around the clock to sculpt lines into the rugged terrain. With just a few more days before finals, Claudio Caluori hit the course to preview some of the rider lines...
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    Last year a catastrophic crash during the finals of Red Bull Rampage left Paul Basagoitia temporarily paralyzed. This tragedy forced athletes and event organizers alike to rethink the structure of the event. For 2016, the number of riders has been cut, there's renewed emphasis on natural lines...
  15. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    Josh Bender is the Evel Knievel of mountain biking. His "huck and hope" antics inspired (or at least entertained) a generation of mountain bikers, and helped elevate extreme freeriding into the mainstream. Indeed, Bender is the reason events such as the Red Bull Rampage exist in the first place...
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    The freeride era started on big natural lines, but as the sport evolved, top riders such as Darren Berrecloth, Cedric Gracia, and Kyle Straight started mixing things up by inserting tricks. Over the years, Red Bull Rampage has followed the same progression. The event, which originally glorified...
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    There are dozens of high-profile slopestyle events that occur each year, but only two really matter: Red Bull Rampage and Crankworx Joyride. The latter is the most highly anticipated event of Crankworx Whistler, which is a two-week long festival dedicated to all things gravity. Hit play to...
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    Here is a quick look back at the most popular articles on our site based on page views. There are many ways to gauge interest in a particular topic or story, but page views are the most common for internet traffic. Facebook likes and the number of comments are also indicators and these usually...
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