2013 Red Bull Rampage: PRACTICE

Oct 12, 2013 at 1:00
by Danielle Baker  


FINALLY WITH THE RAIN GONE PRACTICE IS HERE



It’s quite possible that this is the pinnacle of burl in the dude-o-sphere. It has to be. There can’t be anything more dangerous than this. And it all starts with the digging, the chipping, the sculpting, the hauling, and that dust. Thousands of hours of it. This is the true essence of Red Bull Rampage - in the eyes of the riders at least. Take a blank canvas, envision your line, build it, then ride it. Which constitutes perhaps one of the most unique challenges in all of mountain sports. What looks like an individual sport, is actually quite the opposite. And so, in the three official build days leading up to the qualifying day, scores of peeps got busy mining for gnar. Not nugs, although we all got a nose full of those, gnar, hopefully of the wick variety. Because when you’re here, in the flesh, and you see what these guys are doing, where they’re doing it, it’s savage. F*ck*ng crazy if you ask me.

Working under the top two cliffbands in an area that will see Aggy, Gully, Antoine Bizet and Semenuk air above a certain death canyon, we have to first build a platform just so we can freaking stand, slowly carving in singletrack that no one would ever want to ride ever. Except for some crazy Frenchman. All over the course, guys fill sandbags and build rock walls, chip away at sedimentary rock one quarter sized chunk at a time, all the while dealing with savage dust storms that literally block your nasal tubes with booger build up.

If you live in a mountain town, there’s a good chance the economy of your community came from gnarly dudes whacking away at rock in search of gold and silver. Out here, in the desert south of Virgin, Utah, a host of international mountain bikers and their building brethren inadvertently do the same. It’s gold they’re looking for and it gets super freaky when they find it.

Still some work to be done before training.
  Still some work to be done before training.

The rain finally broke late Thursday afternoon sending in some glory as the day came to a close.
  The rain finally broke late Thursday afternoon, sending in some glory as the day came to a close.

Rise n shine
  Rise n' shine you plaid bastard!

Benderoni crafting what might be the coolest built stunt at Rampage. Wait and see.
  Benderoni, crafting what might be the coolest built stunt at Rampage. Wait and see - you need an open mind for an open loop...

Nevermind the footwear and the skin tight red jeans... Ashley Gordon putting her back into some digging technically it s digging even if it s with a rake .
  Never mind the footwear and the skin tight red jeans...Ashley Gordon putting her back into some digging (technically, it's 'digging', even if it's with a rake).

 We met up on Sunday and got out here Monday morning super early before the sun even rose. Brandon decided to ride the same line as last year just with a couple of different switches at the top throwing in another new air and hopefully a trickable drop. We all had a good say on how the line should go then we put our heads down and go to work together. Brandon s in it with us digging just as hard as we do although for sure he has a lot more on his mind than us so he has to take a step back sometimes. We wouldn t be able to do it without him and he wouldn t be able to do it without us it s pretty cool. Now the rain has just turned the dirt into epicness and as builders we re walking around with boners.
  Kyle J pauses from the soil toil on Semenuk's dirt farm.

bigquotesWe met up on Sunday and got out here Monday morning super early before the sun even rose. Brandon decided to ride the same line as last year, just with a couple of different switches at the top, throwing in another new air and hopefully a trickable drop. We all had a good say on how the line should go, then we put our heads down and go to work together. Brandon's in it with us digging just as hard as we do, although for sure he has a lot more on his mind than us so he has to take a step back sometimes. We wouldn't be able to do it without him and he wouldn't be able to do it without us, it's pretty cool. Now the rain has just turned the dirt into epicness and as builders, we're walking around with boners - Kyle Jameson

Even though the rains had done a good job to pack in the dirt builders were still watering takeoffs. You would too if your riders life depended on it.
  Even though the rain had done a good job to pack in the dirt, builders were still watering takeoffs. You would too, if your rider's life depended on it.

Brendog eyeing up his run in to the massive canyon gap.
  Brendog eyeing up his run in to the massive canyon gap.

Bredan and crew on the landing of his 50ft canyon gap to flat near uphill. The kicker is just to the right of the flag. I m here with two of my best friends from home Oli Wilkins and Liam Mason who I managed to persuade to come out here and help me. They both know what s possible and what s not which is useful coming out to the desert on your own building your own sh t you get easily deluded. Everyone s built their own stuff according to their strengths which is good to see other ideas but sometimes it s nice to look at other people s stuff and be thankful you don t have to do their line... Anyway I spent five days building this jump last year but unfortunately snapped my ACL and never rode it. I guess you could say this is the main feature of the line over this 50 foot canyon.
  Brendan and crew on the landing of his 50ft canyon gap to flat/near uphill. The kicker is just to the right of the flag.

bigquotesI'm here with two of my best friends from home, Olly Wilkins and Liam Mason who I managed to persuade to come out here and help me. They both know what's possible and what's not, which is useful...coming out to the desert on your own building your own sh*t you get easily deluded. Everyone's built their own stuff according to their strengths which is good to see other ideas, but sometimes it's nice to look at other people's stuff and be thankful you don't have to do their line... Anyway I spent five days building this jump last year, but unfortunately snapped my ACL and never rode it. I guess you could say this is the main feature of the line, over this 50 foot canyon Brendan Fairclough

Thomas Vanderham and Ross Measures scoping out Vanderham s massive ridge line hip.
  Thomas Vanderham and Ross Measures scoping out Vanderham's massive ridge line hip.

 My line is almost done now I have a few ideas a few tricks I can t say for an interview I built all the features I need to do them. Let s hope in the finals I can put it together and send the big ramp. Last year I dug my lines alone this year I have three Kona guys to help. We ve worked hard together to make big jumps and big features so for sure it s going to be a better line.
  Last year's silver in the red...Bizet.

bigquotesMy line is almost done now, I have a few ideas, a few tricks I can't say for an interview! I built all the features I need to do them. Let's hope in the finals I can put it together and send the big ramp. Last year I dug my lines alone, this year I have three Kona guys to help. We've worked hard together to make big jumps and big features so for sure it's going to be a better line - Antoine Bizet

Brendog not paying attention to the child labour laws.
  Brendog, not paying attention to the child labour laws.

Perry Ferry getting after it first thing this morning with some final touches on his line.
  Perry Ferry getting after it first thing this morning with some final touches on his line.

Dan Dacko doing his best to hide the unsightly sand bags from the view of the TV cameras.
  Dan Dacko doing his best to hide the "unsightly" sand bags from the view of the TV cameras.

McGazza waking up to some early morning hip.
  McGazza waking up to some early morning hip.

Aggy warming up the top riders right ridge line.
  Aggy warming up the top rider's right ridge line.

Hopkins. Redemtion.
  Hopkins. Redemption from last year's yardsale highlight reel.

  It's a great mystery how anyone can be as calm as Semenuk in the face of one of the burliest lines ever constructed.

bigquotesI got the dream team, Logan, Intern and Kyle J...these guys have been working so hard and basically created a sick line with a pretty sizable air right off the top. It basically drops into this kind of chute to a downhill take-off, over Doefling and Beuhler's lines. We chipped away at the hill for a full day to make this big bench, then lined it back into my canyon. If I can fit tricks in I'm gonna try and do them wherever, but I want to get a solid run down this year so I don't wanna risk it too much. The concern is how steep the upper is, it never really goes flat until the take-off of the next hit - Brandon Semenuk

Nico Vink kicking up a fuss. He s hung up his downhill boots for a bit but had been plenty busy digging big things and shooting edits. No surprise he s at Rampage for a second time riding and crafting away with Lacondeguy.
  Nico Vink kicking up a fuss. He's hung up his downhill boots for a bit, but has been plenty busy digging big things and shooting edits. No surprise he's at Rampage for a second time, riding and crafting away with Lacondeguy.

Aggy looking relaxed while Buehler looks not so relaxed. Maybe it s got something to due with the fact that Aggy is pre-qualified while Buehler is not.
  Aggy looking relaxed while Buehler looks not so relaxed. Maybe it's got something to due with the fact that Aggy is pre-qualified while Buehler is not.

Kelly McGarry gettin upside down. How anyone that tall can pull a back flip on that small of a hit is beyond me.
  Kelly McGarry gettin upside down. How anyone that tall can pull a back flip on that small of a hit is beyond me.


bigquotesEveryone's just shredding it now, trying their new lines... I never saw dirt this good! Andreu Lacondeguy

Secret to Lacondeguy s abilities unveiled...he s got wings.
  Secret to Andreu's abilities unveiled...he's got wings.

James Doerfling with the best crash ever. Picture perfect ejection and just enough over the knuckle that he slid down the transition and stood up unscathed.
  James Doerfling with the best crash ever. Picture perfect ejection and just enough over the knuckle that he slid down the transition and stood up unscathed.

Mark Matthews busted off more rock than any pick axe has done this week at Rampage. He went down hard and has a broken femur. Carried off to Salt Lake we are all bummed to see him go down like he did. Heal up soon Mark
  Mark Matthews busted off more rock than any pick axe has done this week at Rampage. He went down hard and broke his femur in two places. Carried off to Salt Lake, we are all bummed to see him go down like he did. Heal up soon Mark!

Right leg massive left leg not so much. That s what a broken femur looks like.
  Right leg: massive; left leg: not so much. That's what a broken femur looks like kids.

bigquotesIt surprisingly didn't hurt too much. It broke in 2 places just below my hip and should heal well. And I should be able to bear weight on it soon since I got a metal rid in there now. Mark Matthews

Brendawg finally sending the canyon gap he started last year. He stomped the landing but the force of the impact--far beyond what one would encounter park riding or DH racing broke the linkage on his bike he may not be able to ride tomorrow s qualifier.
  Brendog finally sending the canyon gap he started last year. He stomped the landing, but the force of the impact - far beyond what one would encounter park riding or DH racing, broke the linkage on his bike; he may not be able to ride tomorrow's qualifier.

Bas Van Steenbergen putting in the hours for his brother carrying his bike up the hill on days end.
  Bas Van Steenbergen putting in the hours for his brother, carrying his bike up the hill on days end.

Gully shutting down practice.
  Gully shutting down practice.

I ll see you on the dark side of the moon.
  I'll see you on the dark side of the moon.

Thanks to the rain traction today was unbelievable. Riders and builders alike were stoked
  Thanks to the rain, traction today was unbelievable. Riders and builders alike were stoked!

Utah golden hour.
  Utah golden hour.

Best view in the house.
  Best view in the house.

Zink wants to flip the sender so it s going to need a little more lift... The craftsmen are called in at sundown to create the perfect cheese wedge.
  Zink wants to flip the sender so it's going to need a little more lift... The craftsmen are called in at sundown to create the perfect cheese wedge.

Brendog getting in a last minute interview about his own canyon gap before practice closes
  Brendog getting in a last minute interview about his own canyon gap, before practice closes.

Goodnight. Qualifying starts tomorrow.
  Goodnight. Qualifying starts tomorrow.




125 Comments

  • 458 2
 SOMEONE GET BRENDAN ANOTHER LINKAGE!
  • 29 1
 Brendog or Doerfling FTW!
  • 82 3
 He can use mark Matthews demo!!!
  • 37 0
 ASAP, no way he is missing another rampage before finals!!
  • 57 0
 I can't believe he's only got ONE bike!
  • 63 0
 i figure a SCOTT dealer from SLC or something would be hauling ass down there with a fresh frame.
  • 34 0
 Time for scott usa to get Fed Ex shipping a linkage PRONTO
  • 10 0
 @Krank-it I KNOW!!!! I would figure most of these guys have back up parts, and like others have said somebody start driving there with a frame !!!
  • 13 2
 nico zink is on the same frame if he doesnt qualify brendog could have his linkage and for qualy they could share linkage
  • 22 0
 You know you're pushing the limits of man and machine when one or the other OR BOTH break on impact. Is anyone, rider or bike ready for these jump lines? Are we actually seeing some limits here? Today and tomorrow should be epic....if not definitely scary...
  • 11 0
 it's convenient that scott is based in slc. if he doesn't have a new bike today its because rampage officials are saying no.
  • 7 1
 Common someone give this guy a frame ,we need to see what hes all about!!!!!!!!!!!
  • 10 0
 Haha praying for brendog
hope there is footage of the jump
would a stiffer spring have saved the day or the fame itself couldn't take such a sudden impact
Scott should look into what went wrong, it'll only make the bike better Smile
hope he's ok
  • 9 0
 He's mental. He'd break any bike.
  • 7 0
 If hes landing that to flat/slight uphill. Im not surprised he broke the linkage. NUTS!
  • 4 0
 if i dont see brendog hit that gap for the second rampage in a row - i will lose my mind.
  • 148 0
 Am I the only one scared as hell for Zink? Amazing how much these guys are pushing the sport. I hope he stomps that sender flip. Anything else could be catestrophic!
  • 27 1
 Yep I'm actually quite worried for him , last time round I doubted he would 360 the icon sender , this time I am seriously worried he's gonna get fucked up , just the thought of an under rotation makes me feel ill...
  • 16 3
 Yeah I don't want anybody getting seriously f'd up and Zink is crazy enough to actually try and backflip that sender.... and Im not sure it's a great idea....
  • 10 0
 Pulling a 360 off it would be huge. There's just something about a flip from that height that makes it so immensely dangerous. Hope he rides it out.
  • 8 0
 Side note: Zink was in the hospital having a hematomah drained yesturday. Hope he's all good to ride. He seems super stoked this year.
  • 5 0
 Claw said the sender wasn't that much bigger.. But it looks absolutely MASSIVE
  • 5 0
 Zink always bounces back, though... right..?
  • 3 0
 Phutt... That's the sound of my mind being blown. Flipping the flipping sender.
  • 5 0
 75ft huge jump/drop.
And zink's head thinks hmmmmmm I think I need a bigger kicker to flip this.

That's crazy! As if they are making him a kicker for it!
Can't wait to see it!
  • 3 0
 ZINK has that flip on lock..if anyone can flip it ....ZINK CAN!!!!
  • 70 1
 Shame to see all these comments above ^^^^ and nothing for Mark Mathews, lets send some healing vibes his way, look at that pic on the stretcher, thats a nasty looking break. Get well soon buddy.
  • 8 3
 That picture just shows how horrific that break is .... his right legs gotta be 50 percent bigger , makes me feel sick just thinking about it. Way to many paramedics around him though that would piss me off , BACK OFF LET ME BREATHE !!
  • 6 0
 I'm gutted, was really looking forward to seeing him, hope he recovers quickly,
  • 16 0
 and after an accident like that hes quoted saying "yeah didnt hurt that much should heal well"
f*cking hardcore
  • 5 0
 Looks NASTY, but the quote from him seems pretty confident and positive it'll heal well. Good news Smile
  • 3 0
 Broke my femur 8 months ago, and when it happend i didnt kno it was broken until i tried to get up then saw my bone sticking out, it didnt nearly hurt as i would have thought in the past but it did swell up a ton, hope he heals up good i had the rod put in aswell from knee to hip an still not back to normal yet
  • 2 2
 bad taste even having that stretcher shot in there.
  • 2 1
 broken femurs suck, they dont hurt to much when youre in shock right after the break and when youre doped up on tylenol 3s but they are terrrible at any other time. I was off the bike for exactly 90 days when I fucked mine over so mark should be good for next season!!
  • 1 0
 @satim. Not really, it shows the harsh reality that these guys are going through for your entertainment. I think its pretty sobering to see.
  • 1 0
 I only broke my femur is one place, clean in half. I cant imagine breaking it in 2 places. It doesnt hurt at first, but when you try to get up you know it! Surgery and therapy are pretty effective and you can get a pretty quick recovery time(mine was 4 months).
  • 1 0
 I didn't realise it was that common an injury!!! Yeah the photo didn't seem bad taste, I'm sure the rider wouldn't worry about it so definitely no point in us doing so. You're all pretty lucky and really hardcore with broken femurs! It's a pretty dangerous break!
  • 58 0
 Cant wait to see benderoni's run!!!
  • 23 0
 Open loop. Daaamn, now thats creative!
  • 26 0
 If zink flips that big sender he is god and get well soon mark , all the best
  • 20 0
 I wonder how it feels to go off the big oakley sender thinking 'I don't have enough speed'
  • 19 0
 For us "normal" people its " I don't have a parachute!"
  • 4 1
 No joke, not even sure I could stand on the top of that thing without having a mini panic attack.
  • 22 3
 Boobies and tight tops boobies and tight tops and short shorts and boobies
  • 3 0
 exactly
  • 12 0
 " Aggy looking relaxed while Buehler looks not so relaxed. Maybe it's got something to due with the fact that Aggy is pre-qualified while Buehler is not."

That's false Aggy is not qualified. I wish he was but I believe it will destroy the mountain this year. Go Aggy!
  • 11 0
 Thoughts... I seriously hope Brendawg gets a fixed bike, so stoked to see he made that gap... Holy $h!t that drop is huge, Doerfling is damn lucky!... Mark Matthews injury could be potentially life threatening, that's some serious stuff! :-/
  • 8 0
 Whattt noooo super choked mark is out, hope you heal up soon bro
  • 7 0
 that was gee gap from last rampage that mathews crashed ?? someone?
  • 55 1
 Yes, we build up the landing wider and buffed the run in, the line up is still way off on it though. If you go too far left you're falling a long ways, so I stayed a bit more to the right. That sent me way off line and I hit the same wall gee did.
  • 9 0
 heal up fast mat! hope the morphine did his job well! Wink
  • 8 0
 Mark, we all wish you a full and quick recovery ! Thanks to *whoever you want* you are positive and you didn't "hurt so much" as you said ...
Brave, dedicated and commited to Mountain Bike, you Rampage animals !
See you soon on a bike !
  • 46 0
 Breaks femur in two places at Rampage, gets on PB to answer a fans questions. What a legend.
  • 1 10
flag bigburd (Oct 12, 2013 at 4:46) (Below Threshold)
 Probably gonna get neg propped into next year for this but...

Looks to me like they have turned one of the coolest features on the hill into a regular ( yeah regular but still huge but ) step down ?

Watching gee land that step down to wallride/quarter pipe was one of the best bits of bike handling skills I have ever seen , maybe the photos are doing an injustice but it looks like a slightly hipped step down now ?


I sure hope this is the feature i'm thinking of or i'm gonna look a right twat..
  • 3 0
 Gutted for you buddy. Hope you heal up soon.
  • 7 0
 Gee did the "Gee" quarter pipe in 2010. Then in practice in 2012 Gee crashed before finals doing a different gap that is simply amazing. If that's where Matthews crashed? He was practicing for the win. Wow!. That gap will be a epitome of technical mountain biking. If someone can land it?
  • 1 0
 Maybe that lines just not meant to be. Would awesome to see that one stomped but not at the cost of guys killing themselves. Heal up soon man.
  • 7 0
 your leg is pinned together and you're here answering Pinkbike posts. awesome....get well soon Mark
  • 3 0
 bigburd you are talking about different gap
  • 1 0
 Good luck with the recovery mate!

Massive props for trying that line, madness Smile
  • 3 0
 youtu.be/fZDEU4iwYso?t=9m19s This is the the gap Mark tried to hit @bigburd
  • 2 0
 Well I was correct about me ending up looking a twat
  • 2 0
 To be honest... I'm stoked as always for Rampae. But this year I have fear that something bad is going to go down. Looks like some are pushing the envelope too far this year. I hope against hope I'm wrong, but can't shake this feeling. Ride safe boys. Can't ride it you're dead or a quadriplegic Frown
  • 5 0
 If zink sticks that sender flip, his taking home the win for sure
  • 6 0
 I'd have to agree, but I also think the Rampage shouldn't be just about the best trick off the biggest jump.
  • 1 0
 For sure, and that's part the reason Im devastated that claw can't ride this rampage, he has the right idea on what this contest should be about, not saying tricks don't belong in big mountain, but it's getting to the point where slopstyle is starting to take over rampage. But in saying all that, rampage is still the event I get most excited for.
  • 1 0
 I think the judges are pretty good. I agree that the biggest tricks off the biggest jumps get the most attention, but the judges seem like they're still looking for all parts of the criteria from top to bottom. Sorge's lines last year were a perfect example. His runs were jam packed with hits, but none of them were super massive (relatively speaking) or overly techy and he got the win.
  • 3 2
 Beautiful pics, great riders, beautiful terrain. I think it's a shame they are "working" on it, which is another word for destroying it. I'd go with Vanderham and vote for the old school rampage: Riding the terrain as it is. Not bulldozering it.
  • 1 0
 They are scouting new locations for next year! And they are going to continue to keep the manmade features to a minimum. Rest easy my friend.
  • 1 0
 Thanks for the update, tmacattack- Now I'm relaxed Smile
  • 1 0
 Just watched Mark Matthews vid on ChroMag site before paging through this. Heal up fast man. I've broken my femur - worst pain ever. "Didn't hurt that bad...?" You are a beast! Healing vibes to you.

This event is too scary to even watch. I hope all the lads emerge unscathed.
  • 3 0
 I like how everyone is talking about zinks flip, what about the word of cam mccaul wanting to flip the big canyon. That's where my win vote is going! Or to aggy!
  • 4 0
 Dark side of the moon is one of the sickest pics I've seen in some time!!!!!!!!!!
  • 4 0
 He wants to FLIP the SENDER??
  • 1 0
 Started with a 360. Now a backflip. Next year: 360 backflip! haha
  • 2 0
 I will personally walk from my house to Utah with a new linkage for Brendan just to see him ride tomorrow.... Hampshire to Utah is possible in a day right?
  • 3 1
 if you make it, we'll officially call you GOD as you've walked the farthest ON water ever known by man or myth....hehehe...
  • 1 0
 Can't wait for Tomor! BC for the Win! Sorge, Hopkins or doerfling. hoping for Doerfling cause I have been riding his old bike for the last few seasons. Waiting to see Zink!
  • 2 0
 sorge's out..
  • 1 0
 Yeah the curse got Sorge Frown Nobody seems to appreciate Doerfling enough, but I too would love to see him win it. Him or Aggy.
  • 2 0
 one thing that I imagine it's busy it's the hospitals close of canyon! I mean imagine the nurse saying " man, you here again" .
  • 1 0
 They probably love it! Job security for the medical professionals of Utah! haha
  • 1 0
 Sitting in a tent in Zion right now and seriously can't sleep from excitement! Best of luck to all these guys, it's going to be a hell of a show!
  • 1 0
 jealous.
  • 1 0
 How can someone get away unscarred from crash like that! It's amazing! Because I have experienced that even overflipped slowspeed manual can hurt...
  • 1 0
 Does someone know that sizes of the different sender options? Like height of the big drop, etc.. and is it bigger than last years?
  • 1 0
 I think the big drop is about 40 feet down and 25 feet out. Don't quote me on that though. And yes, it is slightly bigger than last years plus they added a cheese wedge which will give riders more lift off of it.
  • 2 0
 Is Gee not riding this year ?
  • 3 1
 Lacondeguys my underdog for the win.
  • 1 0
 wouldn't really describe him as an underdog haha
  • 1 0
 Given the crashes these guys take I'm surprised that more of them aren't carrying more muscle.
  • 1 0
 whoops meant to hit reply on another comment. can you not delete comments? hahah
  • 1 0
 So stoked to see Aggy at Rampage! That kid is savage and his gnar is greatly under-appreciated.
  • 1 0
 That's a child using a pick axe I though it was a 30year old dude. My eyes need to be checked!
  • 1 0
 Can't wait to watch it live on Sunday, it's going to be awesome!
  • 1 0
 Get a bike there Ffffffast, wtf do we need a linkage for
  • 2 0
 Doerfling ftw!
  • 1 0
 Is the oakley sender bigger this year?
  • 1 0
 yes, but only by a couple feet. it'll still make a difference though!
  • 1 0
 Yes sir
  • 1 0
 Plus they added the cheese-wedge for Zink. So now it's more of a step-down than a drop!
  • 1 0
 super bummed for mark. heal up man! we're going to miss you there.
  • 2 0
 Go doerfling!!!
  • 1 0
 Risk vs Reward. Stay in school Kids. !!
  • 1 0
 I want Lacondeguy's gloves now!! amazing
  • 2 0
 Go Aggy!!!
  • 1 0
 Zink all the way forget the rest...
  • 1 0
 I like Zink, but he's got a Rampage win already. Let some of the young gunz on the podium!
  • 1 0
 No worries,, Doerflings made of steel!
  • 1 0
 I want Andreu's wristband.
  • 1 0
 Forget child labor, I'd love to help build lines! I love making trails!
  • 1 0
 genial....
suerte rider´s
  • 1 0
 where is all the Quali video???
  • 2 1
 Sooooooo STOKED!
  • 2 1
 oh yeah!
  • 1 0
 can't wait!!!!!
  • 1 0
 Vanderham go
  • 1 0
 kurt sorge? bearclaw?
  • 2 0
 both injured
  • 1 0
 :S holly sh*t the rampage curse is real
  • 1 0
 The Slope boys are for sure got an edge thats why i go with a Young Messure who is not afraid of boosting and amplitude is second nature.if he does not get too excited he can take it. French course builder named Graneri Will suprise everyone.The reason i threw Bueller into the mix well you will see tomorow Josh Bendor style hits Man sized I watched this kid in Local Yokel bike movie and figured he is a natural he will take 2nd spot on the Knolly .
  • 1 0
 messere isn't competing..
  • 1 0
 beautiful photos!
  • 1 0
 shits rowdy!!
  • 1 0
 Incredible photos!!

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