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October 17, 2015
Virgin, UT

Red Bull
Rampage
Retrospective

The world's premier mountain bike freeride event returns for its 10th edition on October 17th.

2014
The Year of Huge
Rampage delivers best contest yet — Without a doubt, the gnarliest Red Bull Rampage of all time is won by Spaniard Andreu Lacondeguy's massive 2014 final run.
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Andreu Lacondeguy
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Cameron Zink
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Brandon Semenuk
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It's so cliché to say it's death defying, but, I mean, it is these daysCam Zink, 2010 Champion
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2013
The Year of the First Repeat Winner
Breaking the Curse of Red Bull Rampage – The only rider to compete in every Red Bull Rampage, Kyle Strait, becomes the first two-time winner.
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Kyle Strait
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Kelly McGarry
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Cameron Zink
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It's definitely the most hang-time I've ever had.Cam Zink, 2010 Champion
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2012
The Year of Big Lines with Big Tricks
Amid the carnage and chaos, Canadian Kurt Sorge pulls an amazing run filled with flips, huge drops and gnarly lines to take mountain biking's most coveted prize.
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Kurt Sorge
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Antoine Bizet
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Logan Binggeli
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It's the scariest event, ever.Kurt Sorge, 2012 Champion
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2010
The Year of the 360 Heard Around the Universe
Cam Zink lands the "360 Heard Around the Universe" and the world takes notice.
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Cameron Zink
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Gee Atherton
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3rd
Darren Berrecloth
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Zink's 360 drop in 2010 is probably the best stand-alone symbol for what freeride MTB is all about.Cam McCaul, 2X 7th Place Finisher
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2008
The Year of Rebirth: Rampage Returns From Hibernation in 2008
After a three-year hiatus, the premier big mountain freeride event return to its position as the biggest, and burliest, contest in mountain biking.
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1st
Brandon Semenuk
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Kurt Sorge
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Thomas Vanderham
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You can't let your focus slip for a second.Gee Atherton, 2X Runner-Up
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2004
The Year of Culmination: Can We Go Big and Tech?
Was Rampage 2004 As Good As It Gets? Gigantic gaps and even larger crashes, the fourth year of Rampage literally shut the contest down, sending the contest into hibernation for over three years.
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Kyle Strait
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Gee Atherton
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Steve Romaniuk
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Rampage was definitely the most influential and defining event in the history of freeride mountain biking.Darren Berrecloth
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2003
The Year of the Backflip: How Technical Can We Go?
After two successful events, riders arrived at Rampage #3 with confidence — and for the first time, dig teams — and a thirst to win what had become the Super Bowl of freeriding.
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Cédric Gracia
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Andrew Shandro
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Glyn O'Brien
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I had a lot of respect for the terrain... to see how much bigger it was than it looked like on TV, you could say I was intimidated!Cedric Gracia, 2003 Champion
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2002
The Year of the BIg Drop: How BIg Can We Go?
In year two at Rampage, the rider's focus shifted from a tentative "can we do this?" attitude to a bold "how big can we really go?" ferocity.
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Tyler Klassen
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Cédric Gracia
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3rd
Darren Berrecloth
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[Tyler Klassen] did a huge air — the biggest air that anyone had probably done on a bike beforeWade Simmons, 2001 Champion
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2001
The Year of Proof-of-Concept: Can We Ride It?
In 2001, Red Bull Rampage arrived. It transformed and legitimized the world of freeride mountain biking.
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Wade Simmons
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Greg Smith
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Robbie Bourdon
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We were pioneering something rad.Wade Simmons, 2001 Champion
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