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Get Psyched! Riders Take First Hucks at 2022 Red Bull Rampage

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After nearly 10 years away, Red Bull Rampage returns to Southwest Utah, the site of the contest’s ‘most iconic moments,’ organizers said.

The premier big-mountain freeride comp doesn’t happen until Friday, but the first vid from Red Bull shows pro riders ready to wreck shop.

Even the world’s best feel the thrill of Virgin, Utah’s gravity-defying courses.

“I was scared as hell,” Szymon Godziek says after flying off a ramp with more airtime than E.T. the Extra-Terrestial.

Red Bull Rampage kicked off back in 2001, and the sports media company celebrated its 20th anniversary last year.

“This year, Red Bull Rampage wants to spotlight the future of freeriding — from the new crop of athletes grabbing the baton and continuing to innovate the sport to the changemakers that drive the scene to the mind-blowing action itself,” the company said on its website.

Want to catch all the action? Learn how to watch the event with our how-to-watch guide.

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