Watch the Winning Run: Red Bull Rampage 2017 - Video

Oct 27, 2017
by Pinkbike Staff  

Watch Kurt Sorge ride his way into the history books to become the first three-time Red Bull Rampage champion.


193 Comments

  • 252 19
 Although #bizetgotrobbed, I am happy that #noonegothurt
  • 9 2
 Agree
  • 32 3
 My feelings got hurt :'(
  • 30 9
 Congrats Sorge!

In honor of your win I’m going to watch Stripped and only listen to Shiny Toy Guns for the next week.

You’re more than in my head.
  • 10 3
 @WasatchEnduro: Dunno what's with the downvotes. Stripped was a classic!
  • 4 3
 It's over already?! Wut?
  • 3 1
 Where was Reed Boggs?
  • 4 1
 @GnarAZ: out with a buggered shoulder following his big case yesterday
  • 18 3
 @WasatchEnduro: Full speed, control, style, sent every trick and landing DEEP in the landing, full control: a perfect run from Sorge. A well deserved win.
  • 4 1
 Wasn't a slopestyle event and his tech drop in didn't go as planned so I agree with the judges.
  • 5 2
 @Christopop: White males can't get their feelings hurt - C.K. Louis
  • 1 1
 # Noon ego T hurt
  • 1 0
 @GnarAZ: injured
  • 6 5
 Wait, what happened? I fell asleep half way through his run.
  • 170 15
 this is a crazy awesome run, no doubt, but zink's flat drop flip and top section were both way gnarlier than anything in this run. I'm honestly not sure how this scored higher. heavy, awesome, 2nd place run to me...
  • 41 3
 Completely agree, Sorge had a great run, but Zink literally made history with his flat drop combined with his all round gnarly run.
  • 15 0
 This run was smooth as. I feel they scored on smoothness more than tricks
  • 12 4
 @rrsport: Agreed, I hardly enjoy Sorge's winning runs, but the dude is a monster. My money is always on Zink. He's the one that gets everyobody nervous. His run was an absolute winner. Regardless, I'm glad they all made it down in one piece.
  • 15 17
 the rampage has always been a popularity contest rather than a best run wins affair.
  • 7 5
 yeah his tricks were awesome, but compared to other runs not that spectacular, while his line wasn't insanely technical nor creative. I can not see were the plus in points is coming from...
  • 13 2
 I thought rampage was on Sunday.
  • 2 0
 @rrsport: i like that they weigh control more - or seem to. lot' of dudes out their can pop flips, but can they run a smooth line down these tracks that get them into jumps clean....maybe after all rampage still is about the line.
  • 22 2
 Zink's run was the best hands down. Scariest and the most risky line on the hill.
  • 24 1
 Sorge's one was pretty much groomed smooth top to bottom. Reminded me of something I'd create in a video game. Watch it again and imagine the surrounding aren't there... Just a bunch of big smooth jumps not too unlike the fest. Not really the spirit of Rampage in my opinion I feel like technically needs to be more important so that the large scale slope courses (especially at the bottom) go away.
  • 14 9
 Zink's was gnarlier for sure but Sorge had the fastest/smoothest/most stylish/biggest amplitude run of anyone, 100% deserved. That backflip drop was easily as big as Zink's and Sorge also did the insane knife edge drop up top.
  • 7 16
flag PinkyScar (Oct 27, 2017 at 22:47) (Below Threshold)
 @taquitos: When you are riding and judging ramapage, maybe your input will be considered.
  • 32 6
 @PinkyScar: The number of time people give that stupid response drives me crazy. I've been following the comp since it's beginning so I've seen everything people have done over the years. I'd say that would make me a pretty damn good judge of how gnarly something is. I think even you can make that comparison though. You don't need to be able to ride something to look at it and say it's nuts.

Anyways, I feel like the winning line should be one that most other riders wouldn't attempt. Of course it would have to be ridden well. The purpose of Rampage's location was so that the riders could make use of the insane terrain, not smooth it out into something you could build on any long steep hill. I could easily see a lot of the riders there riding Sorge's line. Large smooth jumps aren't hard for riders on their level anymore. Having runs like that score so high is pretty much turning it into a big air comp instead of big mountain. Riders like Gee Atherton used to be able to do well because they could ride steep gnar really well. Those riders wouldn't stand a chance now because the technical aspect isn't worth as much anymore. I think Rampage is stuck somewhere between slope and big mountain at the moment and if it wants to stay big mountain it should cut back on the digging. Otherwise let the thing go full slope and dig the shit out of the hill. at the rate things are going people's lines will be so wide you could drive a trophy truck down them, which I would love to see. BRING BACK THE GNAR \end beer fueled rant
  • 6 8
 I want to see Zink and Strait not enter Rampage next year and then crash the course and send it harder than anyone else
  • 18 8
 You guys are absolutely out to lunch. Cams run was sick no doubt, as was everyone's this year. Maybe the best rampage ever because everyone got the runs they wanted (or close to it) But you have to take the whole line into account. Re-watch the event and time the runs. No one is even close to Sorge's time with a line close to as gnarly. Zink takes over 25 seconds longer to get to the bottom and that's with burning all that vert at the top. Just for that he has to loose out on fluidity and or speed points (remember that it is the same start and finish). His tricks were legendary but he didn't have the variety or style that Sorge did.
All this talk of Semenuk before and after the event.... He never had a chance his line will never score high enough because it's too smooth and slopestyle. Look at his winning scores 82 and 84. His only chance is that the real gnarly lines don't get a real run down them. Sorge's scores are 86, 96, and 92,
In my opinion they nailed the judging this year and for the most part have in the past.
Disclaimer: I'm from Nelson so might be biased.
  • 6 2
 It would be cool if all riders had the option to hit other’s line in the second run.
  • 8 2
 @taquitos: While you may have watched every Rampage and had opinions from the vantage of your sofa with beer in hand, the judges make decisions based on the clearly defined and weighted criteria, add up the scores, and a winner is chosen. Legendary riders and the competitors make up the criteria and the weight of each criteria, not you, the home viewer. And it likely is not corrupted the way that say, figure skating judges are corrupted. But I guess some will likely conjure up their own conspiracy theories as to who got robbed, and why (insert rider here) didn't get the score they deserve. Judges deserve more respect, as it ain't an easy job. I doubt a single one if them give a flying f--- about commentary here.

Big respect to the all professional riders, judges and organizers who do the work to put this event on.
  • 5 3
 @PinkyScar: I don't have any conspiracy theories or anything. I get that judging isn't easy... I'm not faulting the judges. I think the direction red bull is taking the event isn't true to it's origins.
  • 2 2
 100% agree
  • 3 5
 @PinkyScar: @PinkyScar: the judges are involved with the riders on a personal level, that is definitely going to come into play. Then there are sponsorships that get in the way. Judges should be picked by Pinkbike polling , from top tier riders in different disciplines. They should not be allowed at the venue until the day before, and only to inspect line difficulty
  • 2 0
 @RollinFoSho: agreed. amazed many riders almost come to a stop in their run. go fast!! if you want to win
  • 2 0
 @taquitos: the surrounding makes it rampage. You cant ignore the consequences of going off line. If you are 20 feet in the air on 100ft knife-edge ridge, it feels a lot higher than 20 feet...
  • 4 0
 It's the same thing every year. Bizet got robbed. Zink got robbed. Bizet run = trick contest. Zink's run was great, but Sorge run was pure gold. Great line, great tricks, amazing flow. That was easily the best run of the day and I can't believe Sorge's win is being questioned.
  • 2 0
 I agree, judging was good. Sorge’s run was sick, he was just so fast and clean. He made it look easy and I think some folks maybe didn’t really appreciate it because of it. That top chute was pretty gnarly tho, if Zink had landed that front flip in his second run, I think he would have won. Bizet should have at least been top 5, not sure why they scored him so low. Overall great job, a few better angles this year, entertaining for sure.
  • 110 23
 Zink got robbed...
  • 49 6
 Yeah you know I always distance myself from post-event discussions but for gods sake zinks run should have taken the cake. I feel bad for that dude the year he did the 360 off a fucking cliff should've been his year, that shit was horrifying. And honestly I think this year should've been his year too. It's always zinks runs that make me sweat, the ones that keep you on the edge of your seat significantly more then most other runs in the same scoring range.
  • 10 6
 @anchoricex: * yeah but he doesn't do enough backflips to win lol. Don't you know this is a glorified slopestyle comp??
*Sarcasm
  • 40 9
 I mean I get the anti slopestyle circle jerk, and sometimes I agree but a lot of times I disagree. There is no denying that freeride has lots of roots in doing tricks. Rheeder attempting cork 720's on dirt booters out here... that kind of stuff is a turn off. I'm glad I didn't see Rogatkin out there because I know he would've thrown in some eyeroll variation of the twister. But 360's or flat backs off cliffs... thats the kind of stuff that you watch in freeride movies. The stakes are way higher doing tricks on the big bike out here off this terrain and those features, it's obviously a really huge gray area to judge but tricks shouldn't be dismissed/ruled out as slopestyle and therefore having no place on rampage. If the judges want nothing but being roosting and whips I'm sure that can be arranged by just about every single rider out there, but I think the highest in the sport wanna show they can do these tricks on insane features and it should definitely be accounted for.

I have no doubt that every single rider could have gone down and did what Sorge just did if they sent his same line. You want three backflips on big jumps or step downs? I can't think of a single rider who couldn't have done that except maybe Bas, and every single rider could have sent that same line just as "flowy" or beautifully as Sorge did. Which makes me wonder if the judges are actually being clear with what they want to see because either the rest of the field completely missed the mark on what they thought judges want or the riders can't help but want to show higher risk out there. Last time Sorge won it felt overscored. This time he won and it still feels overscored. Big solid meh over here.
  • 2 1
 @anchoricex: yeah his backflip off the oakley sender back in 2013 was the most shocking thing in rampage history! huge props to him! He didn"t win. but he won Wink
  • 5 3
 @anchoricex: Do you think the event was run without the judges communicating their criteria to the riders, or that riders could not ask questions of the judges? Sorge dominated, and it showed.
  • 2 2
 That seems to be the story most years.
  • 7 1
 @anchoricex: Agreed 100% Zink killed it.
  • 5 2
 @anchoricex: You're just wrong. Couldn't you just say the same thing about Zinks line for Sorge? Kurt's not exactly scared of big mountain lines.... Might want to look back at his video parts. I think Sorge could drop Zinks line without batting an eye.
  • 2 1
 @kris241:

I think it would be so cool if the riders had the option of hitting any line they wanted, not just the line they built, on the second run. That would really make things interesting.
  • 74 28
 Good ol Pinkbike, where a bunch of pimply face key board warriors who spend more time complaining on the computer than actually riding think they know better than a group of judges who are not only physically at the venue but who are also all professional riders experienced at riding big mountain lines. Honestly, what makes any of us think we know better when we are all watching footage on our laptop’s? I think I will trust what Kyle Jameson, Nico Vink, Randy Spangler and so forth have to say about it instead.
  • 7 1
 Kinrade in there too I think
  • 8 1
 @VPS13: and Gully.
  • 66 1
 who are you to assume i have a laptop? i watched this shit on a microwave
  • 10 6
 I really don't care much but dude you're bitching about people bitching on PB, really!? lol
  • 2 1
 ...
  • 1 0
 @anchoricex: you too? its easy to get a good picture once you figure out where to put the baking foil?
  • 2 0
 Thank you! We did not walk each line, see the tricks in person. I am very happy with the top three. Ethan Nell with that absolutely mental blind no hander to precision lily pad. Insane runs all around. Can't wait to get back on my bike!
  • 4 0
 BENDER!!!!!¡¡¡¡!!!!!¡¡!!!!
  • 1 5
flag bikekrieg (Oct 29, 2017 at 14:36) (Below Threshold)
 yeah true true.... but DID YOU SEE BIZET'S RUN? honestly those guys are clearly dingleberries
  • 1 0
 @freeriderayward: clearly the one who suffered the most and knows what commitment means. He has been an inspiration to many of us and some are even his FB friends! That said I have Rampage withdrawal symptoms.
  • 49 6
 I love how sorge is so low key and then just comes out and crushes it at rampage
  • 19 22
 3 backflips and a no-hander won it? Nell had way better energy.
  • 44 7
 @endlessblockades: looks like you missed the whole rest of the line that actually won him the contest. huge moto whips and a double drop onto a knife ridge with mandatory double drift to scrub speed in an area that has the most exposure of anywhere on course. (but people like to call this the easy way but sorge made it the gnarliest) and rode it perfectly.. Hence him winning..
Its great to see everybody opinion on here but all of these guys killed it...
  • 3 2
 @solosproductions: yes! Those whips were so bad add!
  • 1 0
 Ass*
  • 1 0
 @solosproductions: Yeah I guess I guess I did.
  • 1 0
 @bbachmei: Yeah I guess I am.
  • 48 24
 #bizetgotrobbed
  • 67 5
 I think he was underscored, but he definitely didn't have the winning run. Sorge's was way burlier.
  • 15 25
flag badboyprod (Oct 27, 2017 at 14:04) (Below Threshold)
 @slumgullion: I disagree. Bizet Line was stiff and tricks were various and unusual. 2 back, 1mfront and 1 double une the same and very clean... basically if you are not from North America you are out... when you see Nell run quite good with a 90? Come on!
  • 14 1
 @badboyprod: Nell did tricks in the more technical / exposed portion of the course, and tossed a no-hander in his crazy lily pad thing. Remember, line choice is worth 25% of the score.
  • 11 3
 @slumgullion: I agree, but damn I got so frustrated when I saw 9th place! Sure thougt he ended up in top 3! 2x backflip, 1x frontflip and 1x double backflip deserves a waaay higher score! Really disappointed!
  • 5 0
 @slumgullion: i was so stoked for nell. really like watching these young kids coming up
  • 7 7
 @Christopop: The "screw you guys, I'm going home with my backpack" run was immature. Any respect - lost. Guy seems like a circus clown.
  • 2 0
 @Christopop:

It´s not a dirt-jump competition champs Wink Last year no one made it into the 90s as far as I remember.
  • 2 2
 @PinkyScar:

I gave you a 1up but come on he´s French. Not close to being a clown but yep that last ride was pathetic - Cam McCaul sounded like a clown though when he suggested that Bizet should be the Rampage mascot....
  • 3 1
 @PinkyScar: At least he rode down... He knew he clearly wouldn't score much higher doing the same run again - that's the message they sent him (in total conflict with the opinion of a hell of a lot of the viewers), why risk his neck for nothing and why not stoke up some shits and giggles?
  • 20 1
 Congrats Sorge!! Sick run!
  • 19 4
 Definitely "Best year ever" congratulations to all the riders. JUDGES should make it easier on themselves by having all first runs go than judging, all second runs go than judging. Very hard event to judge. So much fun watching, I have never seen a field with so much depth. Way to go Sorge! Great choice for Kelly McGarry Spirit Award: Pierre Ferry. And People's Choice Award is a great addition to any sport. Thank you PinkBike (and RedBull) for all the coverage, really enjoyed the practice coverage yesterday.
  • 14 4
 I felt that Zink was a bit too much "big mountain" and Bizet was a bit too "tricky". There is a distinct blending of the two in Kurt's run IMO and that's why he took it!
  • 13 6
 Was there any raw terrain on Sorge's run at all? I didn't watch the event but seriously his whole run looks smoothed out and basically paved. A steep gnarly slopestyle track.
  • 7 3
 @ihatetomatoes: oh for f*cks sake. Here we go again
  • 9 1
 I don't get the negativity this is a sick run! He just looks so relaxed and stylish in all his rhythm sections and that flip-tuck was rad, also he looks fast and seems to reeeeeally big on a few jumps - especially that huge backflip. I think it deserves 1st but if Zink had finished his second run then things might be different...
  • 9 3
 I totally agree that Bizet's run was underscored, but i think some of us forget that this is a big mountain event, not a slopestyle event, so while the tricks are sick, it seemed like the gnarlier runs were rewarded more. I don't really think Sorge's run should've won but either way congrats for doing something 99% of us will never do, and doing it well.
  • 1 1
 99.9999999999% of us will never do
  • 1 1
 @Keit: fak that noise... I'm hitting all their lines as soon as they pack up and leave!
  • 1 1
 @bohns1: www.worldometers.info/world-population
you are correct my numbers are off of the top of my head but i will continue to assume there are a few nines after the .
  • 13 2
 26 aint dead
  • 2 2
 AMEN!!
  • 5 1
 26 aint bread
  • 4 2
 Who rode 26?
  • 2 3
 @anchoricex: give it another season or two...extinction is near!
  • 6 0
 The one thing that did leave with the "Wut?" feeling was seeing Van Steenburgen do that gnarly drop-in on his second run, stomp his run and then only get 0.33 more for taking that serious risk. Why then even bother if you're not going to reward creativity and risk?
  • 4 1
 But then he nearly stalled and put a foot down on another part. I think thats what hurt his score so much. Dont know.. It would be nice to see fully disclosed judging from all of the runs. Would end all this discussions
  • 25 16
 first time I've been bored watching ramapge. You can't judge freeride
  • 16 5
 Completely. But we are talking about big slopestyle. No more freeride when you spent 2 weeks shaping a line.
  • 3 5
 @badboyprod: yes way too many tricks for me
  • 12 0
 @konacyril: thats the direction the guys are pushing freeride. the top dudes are throwing tricks off massive features. if they didnt shape the landings, their tires would dive in the utah moon dust and no one would ever land. it was fine when they were going off 0 or 15 footers but your bike stopping upon landing a 60 foot cliff could be deadly.
  • 6 3
 Perhaps it would be better off if riders judged the runs. I'm sure ppl would still bitch anyways.
  • 3 1
 @adrennan: Well I guess that I am just old school ,don't get me wrong the level of skill here is mind blowing compared to what it was only a few years ago. Think I have too many fond memories of the early freeriders hucking and blasting down scree slopes , I think also an event like rampage is way too hard to judge as most of the top riders all show equal amounts of talent ,skill and balls
  • 9 1
 @konacyril: i mean at the end of the day, true freeriding should not even be judged.
  • 5 0
 @VPS13: all of the judges are riders, each with impressive big mountain/freeride resumes.
  • 4 1
 @badboyprod: they only get 3 days to dig... also there is no way you can look at those lines into the chute at the top and tell me that is a slopestyle feature...
  • 4 0
 @VPS13: Riders do the judging already, just not the ones in the competition...
  • 2 1
 @CaptainBLT: I'm well aware of this... I meant the ones in the competition judge each other
  • 3 0
 @VPS13: All 5 judges have ridden rampage. Even Josh Bender is judging this year.
  • 3 0
 @Neechy: Bender is actually the founder of the location and has been a judge for most of it's inception.
  • 3 0
 @Neechy: Again, I'm well aware.... What I'm saying is perhaps you kids would bitch less if it were the riders who were IN the competition that particular year. But everyone loves to bitch on pinkbike afterall
  • 2 1
 I've wondered if there is bias, as the judges are pros themselves. Are they influenced by voting for the bros, or fellow team members?
  • 2 2
 They should can rampage for a few years I think. The Olympics, the world cup, a lot if mystique and energy is added because they only happen every four years. Rampage has been overdone lately in my opinion.
  • 2 0
 @jaame: How about you watch it once every 4 years and add to the mystique yourself... Some of us have no problem with watching it every year.
  • 2 1
 @VPS13: Good on you if you have no problem with overcooked, diluted awesomeness.
  • 1 0
 @jaame: My apologies, I guess you should have more say in how to manage a freeride event that you don't pay for or have any affiliation with. How could I have been so silly...
  • 1 0
 @jaame: Yes the Olympics and World Cup are only held once every 4 years but the sports within those events are held year round, in lots of countries all over the world, and by many different organizations. This is THE ONLY big mountain freeride event that gets held. If there were more events for us fans to watch throughout the year that would be an issue, but as it stands now this is the only event of it's kind, so I say lets have it every year until we see a MTB Freeride World Tour!!! Wink
  • 1 0
 Maybe it's just me getting old. I felt a lot more stoke after the break years when rampage came back. I hate to say it, but by holding it every year they are making an extraordinary event ordinary. I haven't even watched it this year except the winning run because... well, it was the same as last year and the year before that.
  • 1 0
 @jaame: I think you're right. It probably is just you getting old.
  • 1 0
 People always talk about the progression of the sport, but it is not really progressing any more. I mean, no one has done anything sicker or bigger than Zink's 360 off the sender in 2010.
What I want to know is, what is the next level? Extreme cliff jumping into water, on bikes, would be awesome. A long jump contest off a huge kicker with a 90mph dam wall roll-in would be mind blowing. I'm not trying to piss on rampage because it's cool, but it's also very samey these days. If you watched an isolated run, you would be hard pushed to name the year from 2010-2017.
We need something fresh!
  • 9 0
 How these guys do this never fails to blow my mind.
  • 4 0
 Maybe My eyes are shot but Kurt sent that flat drop flip So deep it looked bigger than zinks or at least comparable, and smoother, and people are bitching about slopestyle yet they are still mad when a big mountain freerider wins. Only thing that bummed me was andreu's score, should have been top 5, he had everything, steep, big and technical.
  • 3 0
 Best Rampage ever. Amazing riding, great respect by all the riders and nobody got hurt. People complaining that it wasn't gnarly enough have likely rode around curb drops. The only thing that was robbed was the prize Money. I feel like all passionate fans should help fund some real prize money (20 bucks by every passionate rider and the winners could be better rewarded for their amazing talent)!!!
  • 4 1
 Didn’t read all the comments but I agree with the general consensus that Zink’s run Killed it. Insane run imho. But what is no one mentioning Tom VanSteenberger’s run? That cave man off the top was absolutely death defying. That took some serious balls. The rest of the run was technical and he tricked it too. Definitely worth more than 84.33.
  • 3 1
 If Lacondeguy made a full second run, i'm pretty sure it will change the race. This awesome superman on this part of the trail, just crazy !!!!!!!! Of course Bizet 9th ??????!!!!! WTF ?? Same i don't understand Ethan Nell 3rd place, he almost fall at the last jump and he got a 90 ? But it was a good Rampage, good weather, good atmosphere, huge trick as usual. i miss huge canyon gap, i would like to see another massive front flip over the canyon !!!!!!!
  • 2 1
 what race?
  • 5 0
 In person, this stuff looks way different... Sorges backflip was massive.
  • 2 0
 So was zinks. Tylers no hander was huge too.
  • 4 2
 Kurt Sorge the king of rampage He got the line flow and amplitude, from the start massive double drop with some whip, another whip, anothe flip stepdown,another suicide no handers,and flip and whips!!
  • 6 1
 Congratulations Kurt! A well-earned win on an incredible day!
  • 3 1
 As a spectator, I find backflips boring. 360’s and even Straights no hander got more style if you ask me, probably harder to do as well. I say probably cause I can’t do any tricks
  • 1 0
 3 back flip variations = winning run? If the judges award on slope tricks it should've been to those that mixed it up..back flip , front flip, spin etc.
All the dudes who rode that shit are winners in my book though. Massive props.
  • 2 0
 I loved the he'll out of Bearclaws run. Dude used every inch of every feature on the hill and had so much fun doing it. Reminded me of a skatepark skate winning run that looks effortless but judges realize it took the cake.
  • 11 6
 #nohedidnt
  • 2 3
 Yes he did. Zink too.
  • 14 2
 No question that Zink and Sorge were the top two runs. Bizet should have been scored higher, but still not a top three run.
  • 3 2
 @bmonster: not agree. But I respect the way you think.
  • 5 0
 Bizet had a double backflip, but in my opinion, on a jump that shouldn't count very much for your overall score. What you do on the mountain is what this competition is all about, and I think both of those guys did a better job.
  • 12 8
 Not the winning run to me
  • 2 0
 Why bother taking a second run if big improvements like bigger tricks and better style and amplitude reward like 0.2 more points than your first run?
  • 13 0
 I think Zink had a good chance of winning if he had landed that front flip on his second run.
  • 6 1
 26" like a BOSS!
  • 3 0
 'He had some secrets I wasn't even aware of' Aye, that's the thing about secrets.
  • 3 1
 Zink had the most complete line top to bottom and was underscored that first run. He won Rampage IMO. Aggy was second and Rheeder third. Nell was overscored!!
  • 1 0
 Aggy?
  • 1 0
 @charmingbob: lol, meant to say Sorge. Was wondering when someone would catch that
  • 1 1
 Rampage is now mega-slopestyle. i'm ok with that tho. this is a televised event. the 360s don't carry the weight of the huge backflips...iand the gnar isn't as viewer spectacular as the flips. big mountain gnar lines work better on longer running videos.
  • 3 2
 Why are there so many backflips in Rampage this year? Still very impressive but man, too many backlips... in my humble opinion.
  • 4 1
 Polygon just won Rampage.
  • 4 3
 All the people that are saying Bizet got robbed; review the judging criteria and STFU!

Sorges run was so clean, going super deep on that flip but nailing it perfectly.
  • 1 0
 switch the title
"Watch the mind-boggling run that took 12th spot at the Red Bull Rampage":
www.youtube.com/watch?v=0K6GmvIMhFQ
  • 5 3
 first : Antoine Bizet , FAT ATTITUDE !!!!
  • 3 1
 The panel of judges are all pro riders
  • 1 0
 Yeah! Once again, 26"tires rules in extreme DH circuits as well as dual crown forks. 4 thumbs up!
  • 3 1
 agree
  • 4 2
 #tomgotrobbed
  • 1 1
 Unstoppable? Did you highlight adjective in your broadcasters thesaurus? You a*shole.
  • 1 1
 do the trick on top session ... then it will look awesome and maybe a high score
  • 4 3
 That ain't a 1st place run .......
  • 2 0
 Zink is the boss!
  • 1 0
 How much is the price in cash by the winner?
  • 1 0
 Gotta love that last whip!
  • 1 1
 Man. One year im posting that zink got overscored and this year im posting he got under scored. I had him winning.
  • 1 0
 What a run.....mind blowing
  • 3 2
 Yeah Sorge, mad one!
  • 1 0
 "oh shit that's so deep"
  • 3 4
 did i just watch a slopestyle event? am i dreaming or is rampage becoming a groomed event?
  • 3 0
 maybe you only caught the jumps. top of that mountain was gnardo
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 #vansteenbergengotrobbed
#bizetgotrobbed
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 Vansteenbergen stalled and dabbed his foot. Bizets line wasn't the most challenging (criteria #1 = difficulty of line), his style wasn't the most fluid and he dead sailored his last feature. Sorges line had difficulty, his riding had style and his moves had massive amplitude.
The judges are all riders that have competed in the event, the "people" are not competitors watching it on TV. Think I'll go with the judges.
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 This was not a FREE RIDE event. It was a trick ride contest. Free riding is done without grooming.
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 Zink and Bizet got robbed. Sorge did a slopestyle run. This is dissappointing.
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 i wonder if you can get the whole event on bluray?
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 Meh glad I didn't watch
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 Where was ,Norbs?¿?
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 All you guys are gay.
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