Red Bull Announces 2018 Rampage Ticket Packages

Aug 23, 2018
by Red Bull Bike  
Man of the match - Carson Storch in fully flat flight. What a day for the young American bagging best trick and 3rd place.


Red Bull Rampage, the most challenging event in Freeride Mountain Biking, promises to make the 2018 iteration the greatest spectator and athlete experience in its 13-year history. To ensure spectators have an epic time, expanded options are available to guarantee an unforgettable experience.

Attendees will now be able to choose from traditional General Admission, “Rampage Experience” and “Camp Rampage” packages. General Admission remains the same with a free bike valet, bike-in access and unbelievable views of the competition. The Rampage Experience package offers a guided hike to the start, shuttles to and from the event site, bike valet, a Friday lunch voucher and a seven-day Zion National Park pass.

For the first time ever, 2018 attendees can purchase a Camp Rampage camping pass, which offers lodging at “Camp Rampage,” located just outside of Virgin, UT and down the road from the Rampage parking area. Camp Rampage will have reserved campsites, community fire pits, portable toilets and drinking water fill stations. BFGoodrich will offer trail rides in the sponsor area, and brands including WD-40, Yakima, Camelbak, Ohlins & Kodiak Cakes will be on hand to further enhance the camping experience.

Tickets will be released on Tuesday, August 28 at 1:00 PM PST at


Friday event access; Bike valet


Friday event access; Guided group hike to the event start; Shuttle access to and from the event site on both days; Bike valet access; Lunch voucher for both days; Preferred viewing during finals; Seven-day Zion National Park pass; Signature Rampage merchandise item.


Camping 10/25 - 10/28; Reserved campsites; Community fire pits; Portable toilets; Drinking water stations; Trail rides; Brand Activations

The Camp Rampage camping pass is good for one 40’ x 15’ campsite and allows up to four people to camp per site. Camp Rampage opens on 10/25 at 12:00 PM and will stay open through 10/28 at 12:00 PM. Due to local regulations, there will be a 10:00 PM quiet hour required. No pets, guns, weapons or fires outside of designated fire rings are permitted on the campgrounds. Maximum Vehicle Length = one vehicle at 29’ maximum or two standard size cars or trucks. Camping is permitted in tents or vehicles within these ranges. Standard camp stoves and camp cooking equipment are allowed.

Please note, the Camp Rampage camping pass does not include entry into Red Bull Rampage. This pass only includes access to camp on the campgrounds. In order to attend the event, attendees will need to purchase either a General Admission or Rampage Experience ticket on top of the Camp Rampage camping pass.

All tickets at each level must have the name of the person attending on them. All tickets are transferable within the platform for a fee of $15. All tickets are non-refundable and will be sent digitally to the purchaser three days prior to the event.

* All ticket levels include a $5 donation to both Dixie Mountain Bike Trail Association and Wings for Life Foundation.

Fans can watch the event live and on-demand on Red Bull TV with coverage beginning Friday, October 26th at 9:00 AM PST/Noon EST. Featuring a world-class broadcast team including Sal Masekela, Pat Parnell, Tina Dixon and freeride mountain biking legend Cam McCaul, fans will have unprecedented access to the event from wherever they are. Red Bull TV is distributed digitally as an app across mobile phones, tablets, consoles, OTT devices, Smart TVs and online at

The event is supported by BFGoodrich, Utah Sports Commission, Go RVing, Camelbak, Polaris, Ohlins, WD-40, Yakima, PowerDot and RockTape.

More information on Red Bull Rampage can be found here:

MENTIONS: @redbullbike


  • 48 0
 For $300 I'd better be camping in the damn finish corral.
  • 8 7
 It’s a national park just hoof it off the cut and camp for free
  • 11 0
 @theronsta: It's not a national park though. you couldn't have this event inside of a national park. The national park is nearby..
  • 1 0
 Community fire pits; Portable toilets; Drinking water stations; Trail rides; Brand Activations,, sounds like Sleep Away Camp Part 5
  • 1 13
flag RedBurn (Aug 24, 2018 at 4:38) (Below Threshold)
 the pricing is such BS... American logic I guess
  • 4 0
 @RedBurn: as long as some of the money going back to the riders, its all good.
  • 3 0
 @RedBurn: Where is RedBull based out of again? And 65$ for a ticket is not bad, so long as the prize purse is increased and they get some sort of health coverage.
  • 4 0
 For $500 I want someone to give me a piggy back on their run!
  • 29 2
 I'll take the Couch at Home Rampage Experience for $0... it includes whatever is in the refrigerator, air conditioning or heat depending on the temperature, blankets and pillows for relaxed viewing, and plenty of personal space for those who don't like crowds.
  • 7 1
 same amount of masturbating
  • 25 0
 I remember going to Rampage back in 2010 when tickets were $20, I sure hope Redbull is taking this money and beefing up the prize purse. These riders are sending it huge and deserve some money for it, hook it up Redbull!
  • 11 2
 You mean prize money and or health and risk insurance for the athletes. RED BULL get your $hit together. After last years "limited amount of tickets", now this... what's next. I see one more a$$hat in Gucci sneakers on the side of the hill I'll call riot on redbull. Rampage is for the people and not the 1%. Rampage should be Rampage. Let the riders ride, and let the viewers willing to trek out to hurricane and virgin be able to view for a reasonable sum.
  • 10 8
 @BEERandSPOKES: it’s a business dude, get used to it. And $65 isn’t that expensive.
  • 29 4
 @thejake: I bet you wear Gucci sneakers....
  • 1 0
 @BEERandSPOKES: They should sell tickets at Dubai. Then you can see lotsa sheikhs with gucci sneakers on rampage day.
  • 8 2
 @thejake: $65 is a lot of money when you have 4 kids that want to all go with you. That's $325 just to get in. That is a lot of money when you are trying to to get all your kids into mountain biking and have to get them all decent bikes and keep them running.
  • 4 2
 @kcj801: 325$ is freaking peanuts if you have 4 kids that are mountain biking. Shoot that won't even cover the shoe budget bro. I have two kids (4 and 6) and that next Spawn Rokkusuta (Yama Jama and Yoji in garage already) this winter is coming... Ugh. Good luck with 4. Heres hoping they can get by on a hardtail lol.
  • 3 1
 @kcj801: it’s so f*cking nuts, I’ve never been to Rampage but I still got into mountain biking. What else are you going to do with your kids for less than $65 a pop that is a once in a life time expierence? Not Diesney Land, not a concert by a famous band or a festival, not skiing for a day. Let me guess, you are the guy that takes your kids to the human society and tells your kids it’s a trip to the zoo. It’s an expensive sport, but it could be a lot more expensive and your could live in a third world country where $65 is actually a shit ton of money.
  • 2 0
 @Svinyard: That's the point. After buying them all bikes and gear, the monies all gone. None left for rampage. Not saying it wouldn't be worth it. I've been 5 years in a row. It's amazing. But when the monies gone it's gone.
  • 2 0
 @BEERandSPOKES: Throughout the years of going, I've noticed only a slight uptick in the amount of chadbros and douchebags. There's not much difference between chads and douches, they both wear overly expensive shitty clothing and they have zero clue what the f*ck they're talking about.

As for the trickle-down effect, LOL yeah good luck having a fraction of that going to the riders. While I'm certain this isn't the case, a lot of people are worried that the camping experience will be happening at the old rampage site. If that happens, there definitely will be a mutiny.
  • 13 0
 You can have pets as long they stay in the designated fire rings. Nice...
  • 12 1
 What a cash grab.
  • 8 0
 I don’t get paid until that Friday. Do you mind changing the date?
  • 7 0
 This is quite the gap in prices, from $65, $300 then $500! WTF Redbull. $65 it is.
  • 10 0
 $300 doesn't include tickets, just a camping spot out in the desert that is usually free.
  • 5 0
 @utahben: That's F***ed
  • 3 0
 Can anyone who has been to rampage in recent years shed some light on the best way to attend?
1) Do you think the campground is worth it?
1b) If not, how far away is free camping?
2) What's the policy on alcoholic beverages?
3) How do I get to rampage? Anyone have the coordinates or something else I can plug into google maps?
4) what day are the finals? (I know I should know this by now, but I forget the format)
5) any other general advice on attending would be appreciated.

  • 6 0
 1) there's a big spot across from the original site that's free and filled with people. Its 3 miles down the road.
2) at the camp ground? Not sure. It is Utah so probabaly not the most ideal thing. But I'm sure they can't fully police it. At rampage. Pretty sure it's a no go.
3) they have a shuttle that runs from the entrance/parking. Or you can ride in on bike by the road and there's a free bike valet once you get to the venue. Its 4 or 5 miles or so in.
The entrance is right beside "Zion River RV Park"
4) Friday the 26th. Two weather days on the books.
5)bring a hat. Drink lots of water. Have fun.
  • 6 0
 I’ve attended the last several years and have camped; stayed at the RV park adjacent to the venue; stayed at an Airbnb.
1) Camping is worth the price if you pitch in w 4 people. It’s for 3 nights and if you don’t want to hassle w bathrooms, especially if bringing a companion... booze is NOT a problem! There’s plenty of camping throughout the area (Grafton Mesa, Gooseberry Mesa, Old Rampage Site, JEM trail, Guacamole, etc.) but not easy or convenient to get to the venue. Rampage is really just one day, so not a big deal if you want more solitude.
2) Booze is not a problem. We’ve carried coolers full of beer and bottles of tequila and whiskey to the event without any issues.
3) Finals is Friday. Practice is Thursday. Format has changed from previous years due to rain and wind...The finals can be pushed to Sat or Sunday or even Monday (this occurred several years ago due to heavy rains) Some people from the free camping site (near old Rampage site off Kolob Reservoir Road) had to evacuate due to flooding.
4) There are other BLM free campsites throughout the area, but not marked.
5) Food and beverages are available for purchase and water is free so bring a bottle. It’s usually sunny and hot without any shade. Parking at the venue has gotten worse every year due to increasing crowds so go early. Take some time to visit Zion and hike Angels Landing; it’s a must. Earlier the better due to high traffic but the view up top is amazing.
Have Fun!!!
  • 2 0
 @mitch1616: @mitch1616 : good stuff- thank you
  • 1 0
 @OrtegaBB: Could you bring something fun to smoke or is it too high risk?
  • 1 0
 @groundhog: Its not a problem...just keep it discrete.
  • 1 0
 @hoppy-trails: it says it starts at 8. How early would u recommend getting there?
  • 7 1
 No guns or weapons in the campsite? I'm sorry, I thought this was America?
  • 5 0
 It says you can have guns and pets in the fire ring.
  • 1 0
 Pinkbike comment section: "pay the riders more"

Redbull: "ok, how about we offer tiered experience packages to increase income from the event giving us more budget to pay riders"***

Pinkbike comment section: "this is bullshit, what a cash grab, I can watch it for free at home hurrrr durrr"

*** I'm sure redbull will increase their revenue from this too.
  • 3 0
 I hear that you get a free Red Bull tramp stamp with the camping package. Whether you want it or not Wink
  • 2 1
 Curious if the "camp rampage" will be located on the old free campsite in an attempt to get rid of the tensions that have brewing between the land owner and rampage campers.
  • 1 0
 That dude doesn't own the land, its public BLM land. If you travel past the site, yeah but not where anyone camps.
  • 1 0
 I wonder if rampage would give me a deal or free tickets since last year I spent over $200 and didn’t get to go because of what happened in Las Vegas.#redbull
  • 2 1
 Is this on a BLM land? Is illegal to charge people at BLM land! You can camp anyplace you want, except 200ft from a river or creek!
  • 2 1
 no this is not on BLM land so you can stop yelling about it.
  • 1 0
 Do you even know where they're having the camping or are you just guessing? I bet you're just guessing.
  • 1 0
 It's not illegal to charge people to use BLM land. Just look at all the ski resorts on BLM land. They aren't free either.
  • 1 0
 @crobiker482: I completely forgot about that, haha. Its extremely common. Every resort in the Cottonwoods except for the Bird lease BLM land. Half of PCMR is BLM land that's leased. Its why the resorts close at a certain time regardless of the conditions.
  • 1 0
 Ticket site kept having issues with the same message "Do not honor" until it eventually said the $65 tickets were sold out. Super disappointed.
  • 1 0
 General admission tickets have sold out.
Does this mean there will be no more tickets sold? Is there anyway to get into Redbull rampage without a ticket?
  • 4 1
 This sucks balls
  • 4 1
 wtf is bike valet
  • 16 0
 I think it's like a little boy from horse racing who holds your bike for you and walks it around when you're not riding it.
  • 6 1
 Looks like if you ride your bike in, they'll just have somewhere to park your bike, but for $65 they better have Antoine Bizet double flip your bike into a 24K gold plated bike rack....
  • 1 0
 woof....I went in 2010 and the ticket was free and I camped in the parking lot.
  • 1 0
 First part is false, second part is true.... although it was fucked up windy that year, haha.
  • 2 0
 How about just camp on the nat'l forest for free and drive to rampage?
  • 1 0
 I have two general admission tickets for sale if anyone is interested? 160$ for both
  • 1 0
 How far is it from the parking area to the Rampage Site area??
  • 1 0
 Couple of miles. Not recommended to walk, but many still do. About 30 minute walk? I only walked it once.
  • 1 0
 Can I bring my own beer ?
  • 1 1
 You need to sneak it in
  • 2 0
 Yesss! Bring many!
  • 1 0
 Beer? What beer? I don't have any beer.
  • 1 0
 We will be out there in the SXS and will just pick a spot to watch.
  • 2 0
 No guns in the campsite.
  • 1 0
 no mention at all on Red Bull's social media.. get with it Red Bull

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