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2010 Red Bull Rampage Photo Gallery

MotoUSA was on hand to witness all the unbelievable action at the 2010 Red Bull Rampage. Read the 2010 Red Bull Rampage article.

Spectators walked or rode their mountain bikes 4 miles uphill to witness the Red Bull Rampage.
Runs started from three different locations 1500 feet above the canyon floor. Rider's spent the week before cutting in their own lines down the drops and gaps of contest site.
Big air was the name of the game at the Red Bull Rampage. Here Kurt Sorge hucks the "canyon gap."
Gee Atherton scored a second place at the Red Bull Rampage with this massive drop to a dirt quarter-pipe. Atherton rides his motocross bike to train for dominating the UCI Downhill World Championships.
Alex Prochazka launches into thin air at the Red Bull Rampage.
Cameron Zink took the win at the Red Bull Rampage spinning a 360 on the Oakley Icon Sender. Suspension born from motocross makes stunts like this possible on a mountain bike.
A case is a case no matter what form of two-wheeled machine you are on. Mongoose's Garett Buehler came up a few feet short on the Oakley Icon Sender at the Red Bull Rampage.
Would you try this on your dirt bike? Alex Prochazka drops down a 30-foot tall cliff on his first run of the day.
Tyler McCaul tried the same drop that earned Atherton a second place finish. McCaul crashed hard breaking his wrist. Here he busts out a suicide no-hander earlier in the day.
Atherton's factory bike.
Darren Berreclothe was third at the Red Bull Rampage with a creative line down a notch in the canyon.