Red Bull Rampage

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The Red Bull Rampage is an invite-only freeride mountain bike competition held near Zion National Park in Virgin, Utah, United States, just to the north of Gooseberry Mesa. Previously it was held off the Kolob Terrace Road, on the western boundary of Zion National Park.[1]


The competition was held from 2001–2004 and then canceled due to the increasing risk competitors were taking. After a three-year hiatus, Rampage returned in 2008.[2] For the 2008 event wooden features have been introduced to what has previously been a "Natural" only course.[2]

The competition usually held in October. The event is similar to freestyle skiing and snowboarding, where competitors are judged on their choice of lines down the course, their technical ability and the complexity of tricks. Red Bull Rampage has become one of the biggest mountain biking events of the year.[3]

At the first ever Rampage in 2001, the prize money for the event was $8,000. In 2015, the total prize fund is a $100,000.[4]



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