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Cam Zink Wins Red Bull Rampage

Cam Zink not only won the Rampage but took the top trick honours and the FMB overall title to boot.

Big props to Gee Atherton for blasting to an amazing 2nd spot.

Stay tuned for the videos coming soon.

After the first run Gee Atherton was sitting in first being the only rider to land the drop to wall at the bottom of the track. He decided not to take a second being happy with what he managed in his first and no one was alble to compete in the first round leaving him in the lead.


Final runs came and Cam Zink came from 15th with a second attempt at a 360 off the Oakley sender after crashing out in the first run to take the win. Gee managed to hold onto second with his storming first run. Darren Berrrecloth after a disappointing DNF first run managed to complete a run he was attempting back in 2008. With a smashed pedal right at the top he held on to throw in a 360 some smooth lines at the top loads of massive drops and wallrides to boost himself to a podium finish.

With Zinks 360 and all the crazy riding and heavy slams as the rider try to push themselves the Rampage proves again that its pushing the sport beyond anything else.

Overall final standings

1st – (89.20) Cameron Zink, 24, USA, Corsair Bikes

2nd – (82.40) Gee Atherton, 25, UK, Commencal Bikes

3rd – (81.20) Darren Berrecloth, 28, Canada, Specialized Bikes

4th – (79.00) Andreu Lacondeguy, 21, Spain, Mondraker Bikes

5th – (77.20) Geoff Gulevich, 23, Canada, Rocky Mountain

6th – (76.60) Thomas Vanderham, 26, Canada, Evil Bikes

7th – (76.00) Robbie Bourdon, 24, Canada, Intense Bikes

8th – (75.60) Kyle Strait, 23, USA, Pivot Bikes

9th – (74.80) Logan Binggeli, 21, USA, KHS Bikes

10th – (73.00) Kurt Sorge, 21, Canada, Giant Bikes

11 th – (72.20) Alex Prochazka, 19, Canada, Commencal Bikes

12 th – (71.80) Tyler McCaul, 20, USA, GT Bikes

13 th – (71.00) Graham Agassiz, 20, Canada, Kona Bikes

14 th – (68.80) Cedric Gracia, 32, France, Santa Cruz Bikes

15 th – (64.20) Michal Marosi, 32, Czech, KTM Bikes

16 th – (63.80) Jamie Goldman, 24, USA, Santa Cruz Bikes

17 th – (54.60) Greg Watts, 23, USA, Haro Bikes

DNF – James Doerfling, 24, Canada, Knolly Bikes

DNF – Mike Hopkins, 24, Canada, Independent

DNF – Curtis Robinson, 21, Canada, Knolly Bikes

DNF – Chris VanDine, 29, USA, Cannondale Bikes

1st run placings:

1st – (82.40) Gee Atherton, 25, UK, Commencal Bikes

2nd – (79.00) Andreu Lacondeguy, 21, Spain, Mondraker Bikes

3rd – (77.20) Geoff Gulevich, 23, Canada, Rocky Mountain

4th – (76.00) Robbie Bourdon, 24, Canada, Intense Bikes

5th – (75.60) Kyle Strait, 23, USA, Pivot Bikes

6th – (74.80) Logan Binggeli, 21, USA, KHS Bikes

7th – (71.80) Tyler McCaul, 20, USA, GT Bikes

8th – (68.80) Cedric Gracia, 32, France, Santa Cruz Bikes

9th – (66.00) Kurt Sorge, 21, Canada, Giant Bikes

10th – (64.20) Michal Marosi, 32, Czech, KTM Bikes

11th – (63.80) Jamie Goldman, 24, USA, Santa Cruz Bikes

12th – (57.20) Alex Prochazka, 19, Canada, Commencal Bikes

13th – (56.40) Thomas Vanderham, 26, Canada, Evil Bikes

14th – (54.60) Greg Watts, 23, USA, Haro Bikes

15th – DNF Cameron Zink, 24, USA, Corsair Bikes

16th – DNF James Doerfling, 24, Canada, Knolly Bikes

17th – DNF Graham Agassiz, 20, Canada, Kona Bikes

18th – DNF Darren Berrecloth, 28, Canada, Specialized Bikes

19th – DNF Mike Hopkins, 24, Canada, Independent

20th – DNF Curtis Robinson, 21, Canada, Knolly Bikes

21st – DNF Chris VanDine, 29, USA, Cannondale Bikes

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