Darren Berrecloth practices at Red Bull Rampage in Virgin, Utah, USA on 25 October, 2017

How to Watch Red Bull Rampage 2019 Mountain Biking Live!

The 14th edition of the greatest show on mountain bikes kicks off Friday. Red Bull Rampage 2019 will be broadcast live on Red Bull TV. Don’t miss a moment of the action!

The iconic big-mountain freeride mountain bike event Red Bull Rampage goes down this week. The second year at a venue near Utah’s Zion National Park will continue this legendary event.

Kurt Sorge competes at Red Bull Rampage in Virgin, Utah, on October 27, 2017

With over $100,000 in prize money up for grabs, and a hand-selected group of the top 21 freeride mountain bikers in the world, Red Bull Rampage 2019 is not to be missed!

Watch Rampage Live

All the action from Red Bull Rampage 2019 will be broadcast live on Red Bull TV. Tune in on Friday, October 25, at 10:00 a.m. MDT for the live coverage. Finals will start at 4:00 p.m. MDT.

You can view the live broadcast here.

If you feel like practicing your foreign language skills, the broadcast will be available in English, Russian, German, Polish, Spanish, and French.

Augmented Reality

Not only can you watch live coverage of the action all day Friday, but you can also dive deep into the event through augmented reality technology. You’ll be able to explore the new Rampage course at home through a photorealistic 3D model.

Check out the video below, because it looks pretty sick. It might be worth pulling down the app for this one.

 

 

You can deep dive into the world of Red Bull Rampage by downloading the Red Bull TV app to your iOS devices supporting ARKit and Android devices supporting ARCore. You can download the appropriate Red Bull TV app for your device here.

Built to Shred

Rampage competitors have to build their own lines down the 780-foot mountain, 150 more vertical feet than the old course. With this year’s technical venue, riders have a blank canvas to work with — which should push the boundaries of the sport. This, of course, means a ton of work before the action starts.

Riders get 4 days to shape, dig, and build their path down the mountain. They only get the help of two friends and hand tools, as power tools and heavy equipment aren’t allowed. They then get 4 more days to practice riding and refining their creations before the big show.

Meet the Competitors

Here’s a list of all Red Bull Rampage 2019 competitors: 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), Bienvenido Aguado Alba (ESP), Andreu Lacondeguy (ESP), Brendan Fairclough (GBR), DJ Brandt (USA), Graham Agassiz (CAN), Reece Wallace (CAN), Emil Johansson (SWE), Reed Boggs (USA), Juan Diego Salido (MEX), Szymon Godziek (POL), and Vincent Tupin (FRA).

What insane gaps, drops, and tricks will we witness this year? Tune in this Friday to see all the action live for yourself. You know we’ll be watching!

Bryon Dorr
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Bryon Dorr caught the outdoor adventure addiction through whitewater kayaking, and worldwide adventures to remote places ensued. He crafted his own professional path as a photographer, journalist and marketing consultant in the automotive and outdoor industries, while full time overland traveling for nearly 8 years. You’ll usually find him out exploring by adventure motorcycle or 4x4, while seeking out opportunities to ski, mountain bike and kayak.

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