Red Bull Rampage 2018
There’s a trail in there someplace, no really. The new venue was steep, creating new challenges for the riders. Photo: Don Karle Photography
Red Bull Rampage 2018
It all starts here. Send it. Photo: Don Karle Photography
Red Bull Rampage 2018
Graham Agassiz made his return to Red Bull Rampage after crashing out of the 2016 Rampage. Graham finished in 15th place. Photo: Don Karle Photography
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Graham Agassiz earning some style points. Photo: Don Karle Photography
Red Bull Rampage 2018
Graham Agassiz floated above the horizon at the Red Bull Rampage. Photo: Don Karle Photography
Red Bull Rampage 2018
Red Bull Rampage rookie DJ Brandt from Colorado finished in 17th after crashing during his run. Photo: Don Karle Photography
Red Bull Rampage 2018
Want to see what the future of Rampage holds, look at some of the diggers. A handful of the current competitors started by digging at Rampage. Photo: Don Karle Photography
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Each rider has two diggers and two weeks to create their own personal run. Some riders choose to team up and share the workload as well as the run. Photo: Don Karle Photography
Red Bull Rampage 2018
Szymom Godziek stood out against the dark canyon shadows on his way to eighth place. Photo: Don Karle Photography
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Andreu Lacondeguy backflipping into second place. Photo: Don Karle Photography
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Rémy Métailler rode to 14th Place. Photo: Don Karle Photography
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Rémy Métailler getting rad over the red rocks of the Utah desert. Photo: Don Karle Photography
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Local rider Ethan Nell finished in third for the second year in a row. Photo: Don Karle Photography
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Sunset session at Rampage. Photo: Don Karle Photography
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Brett Rheeder won the Red Bull Rampage. Photo: Don Karle Photography
Red Bull Rampage 2018
Brett Rheeder has competed in Red Bull Rampage six times. Photo: Don Karle Photography
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Brandon Semenuk finished in 16th place after crashing on both runs. Photo: Don Karle Photography
Red Bull Rampage 2018
Newcomer Adolf Silva from Spain got accustomed to a new landscape. Photo: Don Karle Photography
Red Bull Rampage 2018
Adolf Silva finished in 11th place at his first Red Bull Rampage. Photo: Don Karle Photography
Red Bull Rampage 2018
The 2017 winner Kurt Sorge scouted his line during practice. Photo: Don Karle Photography
Red Bull Rampage 2018
Last year’s winner Kurt Sorge. He crashed in his first run and finished in ninth place this year. Photo: Don Karle Photography
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Kurt Sorge went big but came up short in defending his Red Bull Rampage title. Photo: Don Karle Photography
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Kyle Strait is the only rider to compete in all 13 Red Bull Rampages. Photo: Don Karle Photography
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Kyle Strait making his way up the mountain for another day of digging. Photo: Don Karle Photography
Red Bull Rampage 2018
Kyle Strait with his trademark trick, the suicide no-hander. Photo: Don Karle Photography
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Despite a fall, Tyler McCaul still finished in sixth place. Photo: Don Karle Photography
Red Bull Rampage 2018
Riders Tyler McCaul and Graham Agassiz scope out their runs the evening before the event. Photo: Don Karle Photography
Red Bull Rampage 2018
Tyler “TMac” McCaul took a nasty tumble but walked away to compete another day. Photo: Don Karle Photography
Red Bull Rampage 2018
It wouldn’t be Rampage without a crash or two. Vincent “Vinny-T” Tupin regrouped after taking a nasty fall. Photo: Don Karle Photography
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Overlooking Virgin Utah, home to the past 13 Red Bull Rampage events. Photo: Don Karle Photography
Red Bull Rampage 2018
Testing the wind conditions by tossing a handful of dirt into the air. Wind can be a significant issue with the amount of hang-time the riders are getting. Photo: Don Karle Photography
Red Bull Rampage 2018
Rider Cam Zink dropped out the morning of the event due to a problem with his shoulder which he dislocated multiple times the week prior to the event. Photo: Don Karle Photography