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The coolest stuff that happened at Rampage 2019, wrapped up in a neat little package You’ve got a hunger that just won’t quit. A thirst that can ne’er be quenched. The doctor’s had a look, the verdict’s in, he’s diagnosed you with a severe case of ‘Red Bull Rampage fever’. The only known cure? Watching so much Red Bull Rampage content that you eventually get to the point where even looking at a bicycle makes you want to hurl. As enthusiastic mountain bikers, it’s not exactly the best fix but the medical professional involved in your case has assured you that the effects of overdosing on the ‘RBR good stuff’ will wear off. Probably tomorrow in fact. Or possibly Tuesday. He wasn’t too specific. “Ooooooooooooooooh yes. That’s it. Right there. That’s the stuff I like” Anyway, get this full event highlights video in your peepers. With a running time just under five minutes, expect to be treated to an all-killer no-full barrage of freeriding content. We’re talking about big sends, followed by bigger sends, followed by even bigger sends. There’s slow-mo bits, backflip bits, and bits that’ll make you cry out “Ooooooooooooooooh yes. That’s it. Right there. That’s the stuff I like” in the middle of the office / wherever you’re watching it. So many moments to talk about here but let’s just take a moment, in this final paragraph of this article (probably our final article about Red Bull Rampage in 2019), to encourage you, reading this now, to stand on the nearest table, look out of the window, and salute in the direction of Brandon Semenuk. He won Rampage for the third time in his career this year and… well… just… you know… bloody well done, sir. Bloody well done. You May Also Like Top 3 Runs | Red Bull Rampage 2019 POV Crash | Bienvenido Aguado’s First Ever Rampage Run Gets Off To A Bad Start The post Full Highlights | Red Bull Rampage 2019 appeared first on Mpora.
It’s the eve of Red Bull Rampage and the water has been shut off, 99% of the digging is done and just about every feature that needs to be tested has been. Riders will wake up rather early anticipating some morning practice before the time comes to commit to their shot at glory at the Super Bowl of mountain biking. Here’s what went down today… The ants are marching! Spectators getting an up close and personal early tour via a special package before the big crowd arrives. Emil Johansson testing out a no foot can on a smaller upper feature. Brandon Semenuk – Switch 360 on the upper start drop. Sorge flipping way up top with a view. Tom Van Steenbergen testing out his behemoth drop that won him best trick last year. Another flip is coming… Tommy G had a crash yesterday but strapped up and is back charging. Photo: Toby Cowley Vinny T – mid mountain charging. Carson Storch on the biggest drop in his line – he’ll likely tee up a 360 on this tomorrow. Reed Boggs has been riding very confidently. Sending this big drop and greasing it at the price is right zone. It’s quite large and really long from this take off. Paid in the shade. Semenuk – 450 on his new massive hip after his upper double drop. Brendog on The Rock – no caption necessary. Olly Wilkins and Ben Deakin have been digging for Bren right up until dark tonight putting the very last lip in his line as the sun set. After taking it a bit easy last year upon returning to injury, Aggy is going quite bit this year – Photo: Toby Cowley Rheeder testing a new jump after his massive flat drop flip. All eyes on Emil Johansson as he goes full freeride for a crowd. Ethan Nell testing out his big drop near the bottom. Last year he did a suicide no hander. Word is, he plans to put a lip on and flip it for finals… Sorge – moody vibes on a bit booter. Photo: Toby Cowley Rampage vet Andrew Shandro talking shop with Rheeder. A difficult run out on this jump meant a straight air for Rheeder, but we’ll likely see a suicide no hander in finals. Fastplant 360 right out of the start gate. Emil is adapting well and the slopestyle tech prowess has been paying off. Reece Wallace sending the massive drop at the bottom. He shares it with Emil Johansson and Reed Boggs. It’s brand new and hard to put into words how big it is… Another angle of Semenuk’s big hip. Brendog steezing the canyon gap. We’ll be seeing a flip here tomorrow, for sure. Johnny Salido with a suicide no hander out of the start gate. T-Mac on a very large drop with a fairly poppy lip. We think he’ll be flipping it come finals. Photo: Toby Cowley Now that he’s greasing backflip suicides, Brendog is 100%, officially a freerider. Hopefully the flags and windsocks are barely moving tomorrow for finals. See you on the other side.