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Tune in to the live broadcast on Red Bull TV to watch the world’s greatest freeriders take on new terrain and new challenges.


Virgin, Utah (October 12, 2018) – Today, Red Bull Rampage has announced a brand new venue for mountain biking’s legendary freeride competition. Returning to the Utah desert on October 26th, the new venue will give 21 of the world’s greatest freeriders the chance to write the next chapter of the sport.Different from any previous Red Bull Rampage venue, the new grounds pair steeper and more technical sections with 150 feet of additional vertical. Riders will venture even farther into the desert’s unknowns to explore and decipher the challenging and unforgiving new terrain. In advance of the competition, riders, along with their two-person build crews, will spend four days creating their own unique lines down the unmarked face. They will then have four days to practice and prepare for the competition.


The best seat in the house will be on Red Bull TV, tune in to the live broadcast of Red Bull Rampage 2018 on October 26th. Broadcast will be available in English, Russian, German, Polish, Spanish and French. 

Featuring a world-class broadcast team including Sal Masekela, Pat Parnell, Tina Dixon and freeride mountain biking legend Cam McCaul, the official live broadcast coverage of Red Bull Rampage begins Friday, October 26th at 9:00am PST/Noon EST, live and on-demand on Red Bull TV. Red Bull TV is distributed digitally as an app across mobile phones, tablets, consoles, OTT devices, Smart TVs and online at

With Bas van Steenbergen being given a last minute invite, the rider list now reads as follows (22 riders):

2018 Pre-Qualified Riders (2017 Top 10)

  • Kurt Sorge (CAN)
  • Cameron Zink (USA)
  • Ethan Nell (USA)
  • Brandon Semenuk (CAN)
  • Brett Rheeder (CAN)
  • Thomas Genon (BEL)
  • Carson Storch (USA)
  • Kyle Strait (USA)
  • Tyler McCaul (USA
  • Tom van Steenbergen (CAN)

2018 Wild Card Riders

  • Adolf Silva (SPN)
  • Andreu Lacondeguy (SPN) 
  • Brendan Fairclough (GBR) 
  • DJ Brandt (USA)
  • Graham Agassiz (CAN) 
  • Jordie Lunn (CAN)
  • Pierre Edouard Ferry (FRA) 
  • Reed Boggs (USA)
  • Rémy Métailler (FRA) 
  • Szymon Godziek (POL) 
  • Vincent Tupin (FRA)
  • Bas van Steenbergen (CAN)

Offering even deeper coverage surrounding the event and new terrain, a live pre-show will take place on the afternoon before event day. Beginning at 4:30 PM local time, on Thursday, October 25th, “Rampage Revealed” will offer a live look at the final builds with the riders giving an inside look at the final moments before event day. 

For those that will be partaking in the action onsite, Camp Rampage Tickets are still available for purchase here. Camp Rampage Tickets are still available for purchase priced at $300.00 per ticket, or for $560 per camping pass which includes four general admission tickets. The package includes a camping pass from October 25th through the 28th for up to four people, along with community amenities and access to an onsite sponsor area.  

The event is supported by BFGoodrich, Utah Sports Commission, Go RVing, Camelbak, Polaris, PowerDot and Rocktape. 


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