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Giant rider, Kurt Sorge, used steep, technical, natural lines mixed with flips, supermans and suicides to take the victory at the coveted 2012 Red Bull Rampage. First-time Rampage competitor, Antoine Bizet surprised everyone with extremely technical lines that had backflips thrown into the middle of them. Local boy, Logan Binggeli took his KHS bike with 650b wheels into 3rd place with fast, flowing lines and huge flips. Brandon Semenuk, despite crashing in both runs earns the 2012 FMB World Tour victory, just narrowly edging out Martin Soderstrom, who also went down 360'ing a drop at the end of his runs.
Gee Atherton, Cam Zink, Casey Groves, and Brendan Fairclough did not compete due to injuries sustained during practice. Stay tuned for exclusive Vital MTB coverage from the Utah desert.
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