Red Bull Rampage | Less Than One Month To Go | Additional Tickets Go On-Sale This Friday

Red Bull Rampage

We are now just weeks to go until the very first rider drops in at the 2021 Red Bull Rampage on October 15. Celebrating the 20-year anniversary of the premier big-mountain freeride competition, fifteen of the world’s best riders will descend on Southwestern Utah for the 15th edition of Red Bull Rampage.

The venue for the 2021 event is now located just outside of Virgin, Utah at the site of the 2016/17 competition. It is steep, raw, and exposed, with a true big mountain top section that sometimes gets overlooked by the man-made features built below. The start itself has no easy way off, with mandatory drops on both riders’ left and right, each with exposed cliffs on either side.

In past competitions, both the riders’ left feature (the Goblin) and the riders’ right feature (the Knoblin) were built by individual athletes, thus being claimed and deemed off limits for others to ride as part of the unofficial diggers code of conduct. This year, the event crew will build out the landings of both those features, opening access for anyone to ride those zones along with additional terrain on the riders’ left side of the mountain. The added changes will open up even more terrain and options for the riders than ever before.

As a result of the change in venue, a Hike + Bike Pass will now be released for sale on Friday, September 24th at 9am PST/12pm EST. Similar to prior events, the Hike + Bike Pass requires attendees to either hike or bike into the venue via a 2-mile dirt road (no motorized vehicles allowed).  Free bike valet is included in the purchase price of the Hike + Bike Pass.

For further information about event tickets, venue access, wristband pick-up, on-site amenities, and much more, please read the Red Bull Rampage spectator FAQ here.

WHEN:

Ticket On-Sale | Friday, September 24th | 9am PST/12pm EST

WHERE:

www.redbull.com/rampage

Stuart is the founder, writer and wrangler at several sites including Gastronomic SLC, Utah Now and, The Utah Review; Stuart is a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune and has worked extensively with other local publications from Utah Stories through to Salt Lake Magazine and Visit Salt Lake.