Brendan Fairclough's POV Over a Huge Rampage Gap 4

Brendan Fairclough had left some unfinished business on the hill at Rampage 2012 in the form of a giant canyon gap. He had spent the bulk of his week shoveling on a massive feature that he had planned to save for finals. But he never got the chance...

After a successful qualifying session, Brendawg was struck down riding an innocuous portion of the mountain. The resulting injury ended his 2012 Rampage weekend.

The gap laid dormant for nearly a year -- until Fairclough returned for Rampage 2013 and was able to finally put tire tracks on both sides of the daunting canyon.

Credit: Red Bull
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4 comments
  • Scott_Townes

    12/17/2013 5:50 PM

    I still don't get how that worked

  • Scharney127

    12/17/2013 11:11 AM

    This makes it look as big as it looks in person. Rare...

  • sideshow

    12/17/2013 10:56 AM

    That was a rugged line. insane how that canyon gap was into an uphill landing! I'm enjoying these clips being rolled out every couple of weeks to help combat this freezing winter.

  • prestondh

    12/17/2013 10:50 AM

    top line was pure gnar

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