2018 Red Bull Rampage best runs

The one bike event when 'gnarly' is an understatement

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One Run and Done | Brett Rheeder’s Winning Run at Red Bull Rampage 2018

Weather conditions on the mountain were good for finals day. The wind that can whip up in the Zion National Park behaved itself giving the riders one less thing to worry about. The 19 competitors taking part in finals were cheered on by probably the biggest crowd ever seen in Rampage contest history. Here are the best 2018 Red bull Rampage best runs.

From slopestyle to freeride and everything in between, is there anything Brett Rheeder can’t do!? The 2018 Red Bull Rampage winner laid down an incredible first run to secure gold at the epic freeride event. Growing up on the flat hills of Ontario followed by a recent move to the mountains of British Columbia looks to have given him the edge needed to dominate the steep faces of Virgin, Utah. Congrats to Brett on a historic victory at Red Bull Rampage!


Fast, Loose, and F’in FAST | Andreu Lacondeguy 2nd place run at Red Bull Rampage 2018

Fast, loose, and FAST…but we’d expect nothing less from this guy. Andreu Lacondeguy charged down an aggressive line filled with big drops, flowy features, a couple backflips, and a whole lot of speed, earning himself the second place spot on the podium from Red Bull Rampage 2018


Two Podiums in Two Years | Ethan Nell’s 3rd Place Run Red Bull Rampage

Utah Local Ethan Nell showed up to his second-ever Rampage eager to defend last years 3rd place title. He silenced the critics by building and riding one of the most creative and intense lines at the new venue, earning himself a spot back on the podium. The Sophomore is on fire!

The 2018 winners

Red Bull Rampage 2018 results
Brett Rheeder (CAN) – 89.66 points
Andreu Lacondeguy (ESP) – 87.33
Ethan Nell (USA) – 86.33
Tom van Steenbergen (CAN) – 84.66
Thomas Genon (BEL) – 83.33
Tyler McCaul (USA) – 82.00
Kyle Strait (USA) – 80.33
Syzmon Godziek (POL) – 75.00
Kurt Sorge (CAN) – 74.00
Brendan Fairclough (GBR) – 67.66
Adolf Silva (ESP) – 64.33
Vincent Tupin (FRA) – 63.00
Reed Boggs (USA) – 59.66
Rémy Métailler (FRA) – 55.66
Graham Agassiz (CAN) – 50.00
Brandon Semenuk (CAN) – 36.00
DJ Brandt (USA) – 33.33
Carson Storch (USA) – 0.00
Jodie Lunn (CAN) – 0.00
Did not start: Cam Zink (USA) and Bas van Steenbergen (CAN)


About the author: Francis Cebedo

The founder of mtbr and roadbikereview, Francis Cebedo believes that every cyclist has a lot to teach and a lot to learn. "Our websites are communal hubs for sharing cycling experiences, trading adventure stories, and passing along product information and opinions." Francis' favorite bike is the last bike he rode, whether it's a dirt jumper, singlespeed, trail bike, lugged commuter or ultralight carbon road steed. Indeed, Francis loves cycling in all its forms and is happiest when infecting others with that same passion. Francis also believes that IPA will save America.


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