Video: Storch and Fairclough POV at 2019 Redbull Rampage

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Sometimes, when viewed from a quarter-mile away or from a helicopter, the riding at Redbull Rampage does not seem so daunting. But here is a dose of reality as the first-person view of some of the best riders is made available. It truly is a revelation to see the blind drops and hear the heavy breathing of the riders as they cowboy up to do move after insane move.

American Carson Storch put down the marker early on with a superb score of 85.66 as 2019 Red Bull Joyride champion Emil Johansson of Sweden also impressed on his Red Bull Rampage debut with a 79.

Brendan Fairclough comptes at Red Bull Rampage in Virgin, Utah, USA on 25 October, 2019. // Peter Morning/Red Bull Content Pool

And last year’s crowd favorite, Briton Brendan Fairclough was a big hit, albeit robbed by the scorecard, in 2018 and he had the crowd on their feet again with an excellent highly technical run of 87.66 that featured a breathtaking backflip over a canyon.

Carson Storch rides during the Red Bull Rampage in Virgin, Utah, USA on 25 October, 2019 // Michael Clark/Red Bull Content Pool // AP-21Z9TS7CD1W11 // Usage for editorial use only //


Brandon Semenuk (CAN) – 92.33
Brett Rheeder (CAN) – 91.00
Tom van Steenbergen (CAN) – 89.66
Brendan Fairclough (GBR) – 87.66
Tyler McCaul (USA) – 87.00
Szymon Godziek (POL) -86.66
Ethan Nell (USA) – 86.00
Carson Storch (USA) – 85.66
Kyle Strait (USA) – 83.33
Vincent Tupin (FRA) – 81.33
Reed Boggs (USA) – 80.00
Emil Johansson (SWE) – 79.00
Graham Agassiz (CAN) – 76.33
Thomas Genon (BEL) – 74.00
Reece Wallace (CAN) – 72.00
DJ Brandt (USA) – 70.33
Andreu Lacondeguy (SPN) – 52.33
Kurt Sorge (CAN) – 51.66
Bienvenido Agua Alba (SPA) – 45.33
Cam Zink (USA) – 36.66

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