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Kyle Strait

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With his out-of-nowhere win at the 2001 Sea Otter Classic, Kyle was hailed as “the next Ryan Nyquist.” He squeeezes in NORBA competitions, World Cup contests, and global one-off events such as Red Bull Rampage. Kyle won the 2004 Red Bull Taxco Downtown with a 60-foot gap jump as well as the 2005 Red Bull Valparaiso Downtown. But his most exciting competition was the 2004 World Junior Downhill Championships in France. Kyle’s third-place finish was his first World Championship podium and the only downhill medal awarded to a U.S. rider. Read more about Kyle Strait

Recent Mountain Bike News

  • Kyle Strait Becomes First Repeat Winner of Red Bull Rampage; Zink Lands Backflip Off Icon Sender

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    Posted 6 months ago by Chasen Marshall

    You can only be so ready. It doesn’t matter how many hours are spent fine-tuning lines, assessing angles, dialing-in bikes – the host mountain for Red Bull Rampage almost always wins. The best riders in the world have slip-ups. Rocks give way, winds kick up, the light plays tricks on the eyes. It’s just the nature of the most challenging and exhilarating steep mountain freeride mountain bike event of the year. And 2013 was no different.

  • The Faces of Freestyle Mountain Bike's Biggest Event

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    Posted 6 months ago by Chasen Marshall

    It’s nearly “go-time” in Virgin, Utah. The athletes have arrived, and the storms came with them. Between the thunder and lightning, lines have begun to develop out of the red clay and rocky mountainside. Red Bull Rampage is the “final hurrah” of another long freeride mountain bike season, as Cam Zink puts it, and it’s a fitting exclamation point.

  • Unveiling the Final Sketch of the Oakley Icon Sender for Red Bull Rampage 2013

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    Posted 7 months ago by Chasen Marshall

    The Icon Sender braintrust is at peace. After six rounds of sketches, with elements added and subtracted, taking into account safety and performance , the concerns of the athletes and builders and designers, a final sketch has been decided upon. And it’s ridiculous. Five launch points. Three landings. A hip. The “Big Girl.” 360s. Backflips. Crash potential. It’s all there. The standards have been raised. Cam Zink wanted height and a kicker. Red Bull wanted something the audience had never seen. The result: heart-pounding excitement flying down each approach into each line. It’s what’s to be expected for Rampage.

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