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rraubenh sarahmoore's article
Aug 29, 2019 at 20:23
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rraubenh ENVE's article
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rraubenh sarahmoore's article
Aug 21, 2019 at 3:19
Aug 21, 2019
Interview: Rampage Organizer Todd Barber Talks Proving Grounds, Explains How Athletes are Chosen for Rampage
@medievalbiking: "than tricking a drop". I think you're wildly underestimating the magnitude of flipping/spinning a 60ft+ drop with the exposure up on those mountains. I agree that chutes can be crazy, like DJ's at last years rampage (it was crazy). But there's no comparing it to TVS's drop last year. The slightest over/under rotation or misjudging speed on something that big is probably ending in a helicopter ride to a hospital
rraubenh sarahmoore's article
Aug 21, 2019 at 2:06
Aug 21, 2019
Interview: Rampage Organizer Todd Barber Talks Proving Grounds, Explains How Athletes are Chosen for Rampage
doesn't matter how you word it. Flipping/spinning a 60ft drop will always be gnarlier than riding down some loose "unpolished" terrain
rraubenh edspratt's article
Aug 8, 2019 at 13:35
Aug 8, 2019
Throwback Thursday: Gee Atherton's History at Rampage
not that I disagree with tricks being emphasized more in recent rampages than in the past, but there is a big difference between sending a 60ft drop and flipping/spinning a 60ft drop
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