Strait's winning run makes him the only rider to have won Red Bull Rampage more than once.
Plenty of history was made on Sunday at Red Bull Rampage, including the fact that Kyle Strait became the only rider with multiple Rampage wins. His run was solid and smooth, punctuated by a perfect suicide no-hander off the top feature of the Oakley Icon Sender.
Kelly McGarry's Second Place Run
New Zealand's McGarry earned second place at his fourth Rampage appearance.
If there's anyone you'd peg as the person who could flip the 72-foot-long canyon gap at Red Bull Rampage (if you thought it was possible at all), it would be Kelly McGarry. He's known for flipping huge distances, among other things, and that's exactly what he did in his run on Sunday. Ridiculous!
Cam Zink's Third Place Run
Zink enjoys making history on the Oakley Icon Sender: first the 360 in 2010, now the huge backflip.
It's no secret that Zink has a tendency to call things out to help get himself psyched-up and committed to a given move. When it's at Red Bull Rampage it usually seems impossible, but so far, he's running a perfect record.
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