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2019 Red Bull Rampage and Marzocchi Proving Grounds Tickets Go on Sale July 15 6

Go see some of the most impressive freeriding of 2019 in person! Proving Grounds is a new qualifier event for Rampage. Tickets for both events go on sale July 15.

2019 Red Bull Rampage and Marzocchi Proving Grounds Tickets Go on Sale July 15

Red Bull Rampage, the most challenging event in freeride mountain biking, promises to make the 2019 iteration the greatest spectator and athlete experience in its storied history. The event is on Friday, October 25, 2019. To ensure spectators have an epic time, two great ticket options are available to guarantee an unforgettable experience. Attendees have two options to choose from, traditional General Admission, and Rampage Experience.

NEW for this year - Tickets for the inaugural Marzocchi Proving Grounds Presented by 5.10 will go on sale the same day as Red Bull Rampage: July 15th. The event will be the first official athlete qualifier for the 2019 Red Bull Rampage. The event will take place at Oregon Dirt Park, just east of Bend, OR, on September 6th - 8th. The action packed mountain bike festival weekend, will include top pros at Black Sage which is part of the FEST Series on Saturday, September 7th and Proving Grounds on Sunday the 8th. The festival will offer individual ticket sales as well as weekend camping passes that will include exclusive access to the venue, camping, industry vendors, food trucks, craft beer, music and more.

The world's best Freeride Mountain bike and Freeride Moto athletes will be making the trek to Oregon to session an epic set of jumps on private land, near Prineville Reservoir. Bikes, FMX, and beers from 10 Barrel Brewing. It’s going to be bigger and better than ever!

Tickets are limited and go on sale Monday July 15th at 1PM PST for Rampage and 9AM PST for Proving Grounds.




Tentative Confirmed Athletes for Proving Grounds

Alex Volokhov, Antoine Bizet, Billy Meaclem, Casey Brown, Conor MacFarlane, DJ Brandt, Damon Iwanaga, Emil Johansson, Jaxon Riddle, Jeremy Hottinger, Jordie Lunn, Louis Reboul, Max Fredriksson, Nicholi Rogatkin, Oscar Harnstrom, Remy Metailler, Reece Wallace, Reed Boggs, Tomas Lemoine, Yannick Granieri, William Robert

Black Sage Riders

Carson Storch, Kyle Jameson, Kurt Sorge, Ethan Nell, Nico Vink, Graham Agassiz, Cam McCaul, Tyler McCaul, Cam Zink, Kyle Strait, Dusty Weigle

Thank You to All the H5 Events Partners

Marzocchi Suspension, Five Ten, Continental, GoPro, Alpine Bike Parks, RaceFace Performance Products, Red Bull Bike, Fasthouse MTB, 10 Barrel Brewing Company, CamelBak, Smartwool

Photos by Ale Di Lullo

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k.shiz k.shiz 7/15/2019 6:46 AM

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I like the idea of stepping away from a completely “invite only” format - & with all due respect to Carson and Kyle, I just wonder how “proving” yourself on what are more or less big groomed motocross style dirt jumps can or will parallel the rocky, steep and massive drops of the Rampage site?

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We will be building an entirely new course for the Proving Grounds event. It will be next to Black Sage and KJ, Carson and Cam will have a heavy hand in the design and on how it will be built. The PG course will feature 3 separate lines that will allow the athletes to choose their style and how big they want to go. It will feature massive flat drops, doubles, hips, step up/over/downs, rhythm sections. Check out our website for more details and hopefully we will see you at the Oregon Dirt Park Sept 6 to 8.

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Many Rampage riders have gone on record saying they do not ride full-pull Rampage runs more than once a year because they are simply too gnarly. Those same riders went out & created the Fest Series so they could practice Rampage-level speed & amplitude under more controlled, lower-pressure conditions. If Fest riders believe their builds are the best, most sustainable way to grow freeride, I'm inclined believe them.

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I totally hear you on that and yes, many riders avoid going all in just as World Cup racers don't practice at their limits. I've been to Rampage many times, I've hung off those cliffs and I've built those lines. A number of those riders are my friends and I know what they put into getting ready for Rampage; Fest is a small portion of that equation.
You are right though, in the end it is the rider's call. I only hope they have been given as much autonomy to make that call as what the marketing claims.

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