Join Evergreen for an evening of prizes, beverages from Two Beers Brewing and Seattle Cider Co, brats, the annual Dirt Junkie Photo and Video Contest, and a silent auction full of rad gear—all at Gerk’s Ski and Cycle in Issaquah. Enter to win prizes like a Sync’r Pro hardtail from Diamondback, camping gear from REI, or packs from Platypus Hydration —all while raising money for a worthy cause!
When – Saturday, February 6th, 8:00-10:30 pm
Where – Gerk’s Ski and Cycle in Issaquah
What – A party / fundraiser / MTB video & photo contest; This is an all ages event.
Why – To get together, have fun, and raise money for Evergreen’s 2016/17 projects
How Much – Tickets to the party are $15 for Evergreen members, $20 for non-members (prices higher at the door).
Tickets On Sale Now! Entry tickets include your first beer (21+) and one general raffle ticket with a chance to win A Diamondback Sync’r Pro Bike!
What makes an evening of MTB fun even better? Riding out of Gerk’s on your brand new bike!Thanks to our partners at Diamondback we’ll be raffling off a Syncr Pro hardtail for your riding pleasure.
Tickets for this (and many other prizes) will be available for purchase all night, and the Diamondback crew will make sure the winner gets fitted for the right size bike. With a little luck, you’ll be riding your prize on the trails your raffle tickets helped fund!
The Dirt Junkie Photo & Video Contest
Fortune, fame, and admiration. That’s what’s waiting for you when you enter the 2016 Dirt Junkie Photo and Video contest. Past winners have gone on to work for local bike shops (probably true), bike manufacturers (maybe true), and National Geographic (blatant lie). The rules of engagement can be found here. Each year the Washington MTB community continues to step up its game with the submissions, and we’re excited to see what you come up with this year. Submission deadline is January 28th!
It’s simple math. Our Trailwork Sponsors at Two Beers Brewing Co. and Seattle Cider Co. have made sure beverages are waiting for you when you finish up a work party—now they’re here for the actual party. With a variety of excellent beverages to please any palate, Two Beers and Seattle Cider will be stocking us up for the evening’s festivities. And your first beer is on us with the purchase of your ticket (if you’re 21+, junior)—after that beer is available for purchase to help fund trails.
The Not-So-Silent Auction
Silent is not our style, but we’ll try. Tune-ups from Bike Works in Seattle? Hydration systems from Platypus? Flash 18 Backpacks from REI? Oh, my. Just like last year, we’ll be auctioning off a bunch of cool gear that promises outdoor fun and helps us fund our 2016/17 projects. Donations for the auction are still rolling in as we speak; if you’re a business, bike shop, or manufacturer interested in donating, it’s not too late—contact Bryan today.
Unlike the similarly acronym-ed Center for Disease Control, the Cascadia Dirt Cup is spreading enduro fever across Washington. And not only will they be unveiling the 2016 race schedule in early February—they’ll be offering the opportunity for 50 signups at Winter Stoke! So make sure to get there early to sign up for the series that sells out every year! Buy your tickets to the 2016 Winter Stoke Party today and get ready for a great time!
PS: We Still need volunteers! If you’d like to join the party for free, get a free beer, and POSSIBLY a volunteer t-shirt if you really sweat, register on VolunteerSpot here.
Like any good family, their main goals are to stick together, help one another grow and welcome new family members with open arms. With some forward thinking and support from the right people, anything is possible and we love raising the bar just to see how far we can go. Over the past few years, the Vitus First Tracks Race Division has been growing from strength to strength and 2016 is set to be an absolute ripper!
With a solid lineup of riders with backgrounds in enduro, downhill and endurance events, all the boxes will get ticked. James MacFerran aka JMAC, Alistair Baron, Catherine O’Brien, Glyn O’Brien will be joined by none other than the Lizard (Nathan McComb) for 2016.
Alistair Baron putting his Sommet through its paces!
We have been blessed with the continued support from Vitus bikes and after running the bikes at full pace in 2015 with practically zero hic-cups, the team are super confident riding the Sommet for Enduro and Dominer for downhill in 2016. ”With a few minor personal set up changes, the bikes are good to go straight out of the box – riders can feel competitive at a local level or equally lined up beside the big dogs at any international event. With the carbon version of the Sommet coming in the Spring, it will be like taking a stealth bomber on a flap lap!” – Glyn O’Brien.
Acti-Snack, a locally based company in Northern Ireland that produces healthy snacks, will be fuelling the team on their quest to victory. Anyone that has raced at a round of the Vitus First Tracks Enduro Cup knows the slimline pack sneaks into your pocket easily for fast nutrition out on the trails.
The team at Think Studio have been dialling in all the graphics and keeping the team looking slick on and off the trails. Check these guys out if you are looking to sharpen things up at the business end! Out on the trails, the team will be looking sh*t hot, decked out in the latest Royal Racing, 100% and 7idp products.
This is what the crew had to say….
We’re delighted to support the FirstTracks MTB Team again this season. 2015 saw the start of a great partnership between Vitus Bikes and the FirstTracks Race Division – with multiple podiums across the Irish DH Series, Vitus GravityEnduro.ie and Vitus FirstTracks Enduro Cup. I’m excited to see the team utilise our new Dominer and carbon Sommet models in 2016 and remain on the hunt for plenty more wins! – Simon Cordner – Vitus bikes brand manager.
Well here we go again, the 2016 season is nearly here and I am pumped to be on the Vitus First Tracks Race Division for another year. The craic and buzz at the races is unreal with the team setup and the boss being the legend ‘OB’ himself. There is never a dull moment. After wrapping up the 2015 season with the IDMS ELITE title and a good Fox Hunt race, I’m eager to get back into it and get stuck into training for 2016. Roll on March. – James MacFerran aka JMAC – Enduro & Downhill rider.
Absolutely delighted with the way 2015 ended up, with some decent race results under my belt and plenty of friends and memories made, it’ll surely be one to remember. I was absolutely over the moon to take the win in the junior series title of the Vitus First Tracks Enduro Cup, not what I was expecting at all coming into my first full year of racing, so couldn’t be more delighted. None of it could have been done without the endless lifts to and from races and all the support from Glyn, Cato and Jmac. Really excited to have my good friend Nathan McComb riding alongside me this year and eager to see what he can deliver on the national and international scale. Thanks so much to Glyn and Catherine for the opportunity to race for the team in 2016, bring it on! – Alistair Baron – Enduro & Downhill rider.
It’s great to be part of such a solid team! Can’t wait to get riding the new Sommet and get a full winter of training behind me. The European rounds of the Enduro World Series are my main focus for 2016 and I want to prove I can hang with the big hitters. I will be racing enduro and having a laugh at every opportunity.. Watch this space! I would also like to take this opportunity to thank Ian at Rock and Ride and Brian Steele for their support over the last year. – Nathan McComb aka the Lizard – Enduro rider.
The team get on so well on and off the trails. If you surround yourself with the right people anything can be achieved. Having Nathan on the team is a fantastic asset. He gets on so well with everyone it just felt natural for him to officially join the family! His talent and enthusiasm will help drive the team faster than ever before. I’m stoked for 2016 and what the team can do. – Glyn O’Brien – Team manager and mountain biker.
Glyn and Cato O’Brien.
2015 was a huge learning curve for the inaugural year of the Vitus First Tracks Race Division. I thoroughly enjoyed working and riding alongside the boys, providing much-needed support and organisation along the way – as well as taking part in several endurance style events myself. I’m already looking forward to the 2016 season which will see us travel together across Ireland and beyond, shredding trails and sharing many cups of scruff and laughter as we go! – Cato O’Brien – Assistant team manager, chef and mountain biker.
The team will be busy shredding trails and racing the Vitus First Tracks Enduro Cup, Vitus Gravity Enduro Series, Irish Downhill MTB Series, European Enduro World Series, 10 under the Ben and just about anything we can pack in…
We would like to take this opportunity to thank our sponsors and their support for the season – Without these guys, it simply would not be possible:
First Tracks MTB.com
Scott Sports is pleased to formally welcome Amanda Cordell, Sonya Looney, and Stan Jorgensen to our roster of sponsored athletes. Amanda and Stan have been on Scott bikes for several years as part of the Freehub Media enduro team, and Scott is happy to keep them on Genius trail bike and Gambler downhill frames in 2016. Despite being new to the Scott Spark and Genius frames, Sonya is already on her way to Chile for the Trans Andes Challenge stage race. Finally, Todd Wells will ride Scott bikes as part of the SRAM/Troy Lee Designs racing team.
“I’m excited to be riding Scott bikes as I race ultra-endurance events and enduros around the world,” said Sonya. With over a decade of mountain bike racing experience, she’s become a specialist in epic multi-day races all over the globe. Sonya is the current 24-hour world champion, and she counts 24 career wins as a professional rider. She’s got a full schedule of adventure and enduro events in 2016 that will keep her away from her adopted Canadian hometown of Kelowna, BC.
Amanda Cordell is no stranger to Scott bikes. She’s well established on her Gambler downhill bike as a second-year professional on the ProGRT circuit, after winning the Cat 1 national championship in 2013. Additionally, Amanda has a great fan base, with over 160,000 cumulative video views on the most popular MTB media sites. “My plan is to be stronger than ever in 2016, mentally and physically,” says Amanda. After finishing 4th in the 2015 Scott Enduro Cup series, she’s training even more with an eye toward climbing the podium at both downhill and enduro events.
Teal Stetson-Lee and Stan Jorgensen campaigned on Scott bikes in 2015 and return in 2016. Teal won the 2015 Scott Enduro Cup series and Stan was 5th. Teal is currently making travel plans to compete in the first few rounds of the EWS series in South America, and Stan will focus on California and the Pacific Northwest.
Todd Wells joins the SRAM/Troy Lee Designs Race Team in 2016 and will ride Scott bikes.
“The SRAM/TLD program is very unique, in that the athletes get to choose the bike they want to ride,” said Todd, in an interview with SRAM. “When I talked to SRAM about joining the program, there was only one bike I wanted to ride: Scott.”
Todd will compete in a range of events including U.S. Cup/PROXCT, Marathon, XC, Epic Rides events, Leadville, Breck Epic and some Cyclocross in the fall.
The Scott-3Rox team returns for 2016 with Geoff Kabush, Derek Zandstra, Cameron Jette, and Erin Huck.
“Once again I’m truly grateful to have such incredible bikes, equipment, and the support from Scott sports,” said Geoff.
“It’s great to see the new and returning athletes and can’t wait to see everyone at the races!”
With the 2016 Rio Olympic Games on the horizon, and with multiple selection candidates on the team, Scott-3Rox will be more focused than ever at national and World Cup cross country events.
On the freeride side, riders, Paul Basagoitia, KC Deane, and Kyle Jameson return to trails around the world. Kyle has made a name for himself on the Fest Series circuit. “For the 2016 season I want to ride smooth and consistent, riding in all of the Fest Series stops as well as work on the bigger picture for FEST,” said Kyle. “I also want to coach the young rippers in Whistler, work on filming some personal web or video edits, and finish off the year with Rampage.”
Kyle and his custom Gambler at the 2015 Red Bull Rampage.
Paul Bas continues to recover from his injury sustained at the RedBull Rampage. Check out irideforpaul.com to follow his recovery. KC successfully mixes a winter of ski adventures with a summer of bike photography and video work.
Ibis Cycles is thrilled to announce the addition of riders Robin Wallner, Pedro Burns and Dillon Santos to the Ibis Cycles Enduro Race Team. They will be joining forces with team veterans Anita and Caro Gehrig, and Gary Forrest. Mary Moncorgé moves from racer into the team manager position.
2015 saw Robin Wallner make his Enduro World Series debut. Coming from World Cup downhill he racked up three top 20 finishes in the final races of the season, including an impressive 14th in Whistler. With full factory support from Ibis, he has sights firmly set on cracking the top ten this year.
I am grateful for the opportunity to ride for Ibis in 2016. When I was first approached by Mary I sort of felt right away that this could really be what I need if I want to try and contest the EWS-series. After meeting and talking to Tom and the crew at Ibis I really feel like it’s a great family I have come into and I am very impressed with how dedicated everyone is to the team. I have been riding the HD3 for a while already and I am stoked with how well it handles everything from rough downhills, cornering and jumps as well as pedaling. I am looking forward to a very fun summer with the team and to being a part of this great family – Robin Wallner
The Gehrig twins wrapped up the 2015 season respectively with a 6th and 11th overall in the Enduro World Series. With the women’s field blown wide open this year, they are on a mission to finish in the top five this year.
Gary Forrest will be attacking 2016 with a vengeance. After a horrific crash at round three in 2015 left him with broken vertebrae, his road to recovery has been a long one. Coming into 2016 he is 100% fit and hungrier than ever to show the world how fast he is.
Pedro Burns is a Junior phenom from Chile who conquered the Chilean Elite National title against a stacked field. With the first two rounds in South America this year Pedro will have the home crowd behind him as he starts his hunt for the under 21 world title.
Dillon is a California U21 shredder. He has been at the forefront of the California Enduro Series result sheets, battling America’s fastest racers. Dillon will focus on the California Enduro Series again, as well as the Big Mountain Enduro Series, and select rounds of the Enduro World Series.
TweedLove Bike Festival, the annual two week mountain bike and cycling celebration set in the Tweed Valley in the Scottish Borders, has confirmed a major sponsorship deal for both the festival and its new international enduro event for 2016.
Shimano, the world’s leading bike components brand, is announced as the headline sponsor of the TweedLove International Enduro (21 – 22 May), which takes over from previous years’ EWS event, as well as sponsoring the entire TweedLove Bike Festival 2016 (14 – 30 May).
In big news for athletes, the event will be awarding the biggest-ever cash prizes for a UK enduro race. Top riders at the Shimano TweedLove International race will pick up double the amount awarded at last year’s Enduro World Series race. The cash prizes are higher than those on offer at any other UK enduro event, where first prize for men and women will be £1250 (1700 euros).
We’ve loved having the world’s top riders come to TweedLove and we’re keen to invite them all back again. We have amazing trails and a fantastic atmosphere here, which we know from running the EWS races that the riders and fans really enjoy, so we’re excited to be going forward with our own International level race.
There are established classic enduro events all over the world, which attract top teams and riders every year and that’s what we want to build here. We hope the Shimano TweedLove International will grow to join the hot list of enduro events – it’s going to be a great ride for everyone and a very good day at the office for the winners picking up the cash. – TweedLove co-founder Neil Dalgleish.
Organisers promise the same quality of course and organisation, with a big town centre expo and pro team riders, but now with bigger prizes and the backing of an industry giant.
Shimano TweedLove International is part of the TweedLove Triple Crown Enduro Series which also includes Endura Whyte Vallelujah (26 – 27 March) and Whyte Endura Scottish Open Champs (August 20 – 21).
We believe the Tweed Valley is the best enduro venue in the UK and we’re proud to host three of the UK’s biggest enduro races here in 2016. The Triple Crown is going to be a cracking mini-series of top quality shredding. – Neil Dalgleish.
Other big sponsorship news is that Madison Clothing is now onboard with TweedLove as the festival’s clothing sponsor – look out for some newly designed, bespoke Madison TweedLove race shirts which will be on sale at the event.
TweedLove started six years ago, when a group of friends got together to put on some low key races to showcase the amazing trails in the local area and has grown to biggest the biggest celebration of bike riding in the UK. The festival encompasses around 40 events over two weeks, including road and mtb races, family rides, kids races, film nights, photo exhibitions and of course the legendary TweedLove afterparty.
Shimano will be bringing professional servicing to TweedLove International and many other TweedLove events, making the whole experience even better for the riders at both MTB and road events – look out for the Shimano service cars and crew. Riders shouldn’t be surprised if they find their wheel change is a bit faster than normal if they puncture on this year’s Skinny Tweed sportive.
We are really proud to have Shimano on board, and with their help TweedLove can deliver even more of what it’s always been about – riding bikes and good times. – Neil Dalgleish.
Saalfelden Leogang, Austria, January 14th 2016 – The event hosts in Saalfelden, Leogang are rolling out the red carpet this winter for the 10th anniversary of White Style held on January 29th 2016! This unique mountain bike event attracts the world’s best athletes to ride a slopestyle course made from snow. A brand new obstacle, designed by a fan and selected by renowned judges, will be integrated into the course. Spectators can also take part in the exciting Scott Snow Downhill Dual Race alongside their heroes. Winners will take some of Scott’s top of the range products including ski goggles, a back protector and ski poles.
In just over two weeks, on January 29th 2016, twenty of the best FMB World Tour athletes will send their biggest tricks down the huge slopestyle course in Saalfelden, Leogang for this official Silver level event. With jumps reaching over ten meters (+35ft), you really need to be there to believe it! To celebrate the 10th anniversary, the event hosts invited fans to submit their ideas for a new and exciting course feature. Selected by head course designer Markus Hampl, pro rider Szymon Godziek, sports director Tarek Rasouli and event director Kornel Grundner – Loris Tupin has won the Design your Obstacle Contest. The chosen design will be built as a part of the course. Furthermore, the winner gets a VIP-Package including a stay in a 4-Star-Hotel with entrance to the event, as well as prizes from GoPro, Evoc, Glorify, Maxxis, Scott, iXS, Muc Off and Volvo. Have a look at the winning design here: bike.saalfelden-leogang.com/en/events/2016/white-style-2016/design-your-obstacle-2016/
The rider line up does not disappoint: Szymon Godziek (POL) will return to defend his 2015 title. Flying in from across the pond will be Carson Storch (USA), one of the upcoming stars of the sport. The Italian Stalion, Torquato Testa made heads turn last season and this will be his first opportunity in 2016 to impress, so expect big things from him on January 29th! Local hero Eric Walenta and Wildcard-Winner Bernd Winkler will represent Austria. Winkler is the 2015 FMB AM Cup winner and will now test his tricks against the Pros in Saalfelden Leogang. The German riders crossing the boarder for White Style include Lukas Knopf, Max Mey and Michael Riekeberg.
The rider line up for White Style 2016:
After the training day on Thursday 28th, qualifications will start on Friday 29th January at 4:00pm. The White Style finals including the Best Trick Contest will start at 7:00pm. The Scott Snow Downhill Dual Slalom is open to everyone and participants are invited to register for the race from 4:30 pm on site. The downhill race is a new addition to the event and is part of the LINES schneefräsn Cup. Racers can collect valuable points for the overall ranking and win great prizes. More information about the Scott Snow Downhill Dual Slalom Race can be found here: bike.saalfelden-leogang.com/en/events/2016/white-style-2016/sideevents/
After a day on the slopes, the contest after party is guaranteed to warm everyone up! The party is held on Friday 29th January and starts at 10:00pm at the KrallerAlm. Come have a drink with the riders and friends!
“When we launched Stages Cycling in 2012, we brought this goal of being the ‘power meter for every rider’, including mountain bikers. We see supporting events like the Trans BC as supporting this founding goal,” said Matt Pacocha, Stages Cycling’s marketing manager. “Enduro is a great highlight of how Stages can help racers perform better on both fronts, from helping them pace and conserve on the climbs, to training their power output for sprints during the special stages.”
Photo Credit // Stages Cycling
The Trans BC powered by Stages Cycling will showcase the best singletrack of loam, forest, roots, and alpine in British Columbia over the course of six days and approximately 30 timed special stages. This sold out event indicates the rise in popularity of enduro racing, and specifically this format of racing “blind” in the backcountry.
“Riders from around the world are gravitating towards this style of riding and racing, as it’s a way to explore the world and new trails with everything organized for them. All they have to do is book their plane ticket. Most don’t even treat it as a race but merely to challenge themselves, explore outside their comfort zone, and beat their mates,” said Megan Rose, founder and race director of the Trans BC.
Photo Credit // Stages Cycling
Stages Cycling’s commitment to the enduro discipline of racing has spawned over the past few years by working with pro riders and teams who understand how training power could make their performance better, as well as supporting the TrailAddiction’s Enduro2 race in France last year.
“Some of our most passionate ‘Stages” rides have been mountain bike pros who have never had a good power solution for their mountain bikes before Stages Power— riders like Tracy Moseley and Jared Graves. They get it, they want it, now it’s more about letting more mountain bike racers, from XC to DH, know how it can help them too,” Pacocha said.
Photo Credit // Matt Delorme/Trek Bicycles
For participants who like to train and race with power, be on the watch for friendly “power” competitions within the Trans BC race where you can test your mettle against some of the top pros.
Volunteer positions are still available for the event, July 4-9, 2016. All meals, transportation and accommodations will be provided. Depending on your role, most volunteers will be out on course and race some of the event. For more information, contact email@example.com or visit www.transbcenduro.com. You can also find Trans BC on Facebook for the latest details.
Photo Credit // BC Enduro Series
ABOUT MEGAN ROSE — Megan has been riding and racing bikes all over the world for 13 years and organizing bike events for the past six years. She splits her time between British Columbia, Canada and New Zealand, running the BC Enduro Series and the new Trans BC for 2016, and running the Trans NZ race. Over the past two years Megan has personally races in over 24 enduro races, timed over 58 days worth of enduro races, and personally organized 22 enduro races. Megan and her team look forward to bringing you the best of the best from all of these perspectives.
ABOUT STAGES CYCLING — Stages Cycling LLC, based in Boulder, CO, launched the Stages Power meter at Interbike in September 2012. The new Stages Power meter immediately made waves for the power measurement category in all disciplines of cycling, including enduro, where the sport’s top pros collect and trust its data for training and racing. Since the brand has expanded into the commercial and home fitness category with the SC3 commercial indoor cycling bike, with groundbreaking features including: CarbonGlyde featuring Gates CarbonDrive, SprintShift, FitLoc, RoadBar and, of course, the Stages Power meter. More information at stagescycling.com
The Puerto Rico Cycling Alliance and “El Municipio de Caguas” are pleased to announce the Miranda Cup Downhill and All Mountain MTB Race to be held on Saturday, February 6, 2016 at the Caguas Bike Park in the town of Caguas, Puerto Rico. This will be the first edition of this race which we are working hard to develop into an annual 3-race series taking advantage of Puerto Rico’s constant weather conditions. Professional and amateur racers from the east side of the states have already confirmed their participation and we welcome every and any other racer interested in being a part of this event to contact us.
Racers will be grouped into one of four categories: Elite, Master Elite (40+), Amateur and *All-Mountain; and race each other on one of three designated tracks to see who is fastest down the mountain.
*The All Mountain category was opened at the request of riders with 6″ or less suspension travel on their bikes that want to get into downhill racing but have not gotten an opportunity. The AM track will be a Blue rated downhill track with a short uphill section.
The Lumberyard Bike Park and Timberline Ski Area have completed a deal to give their season pass holders discounts at both facilities. Effective immediately, all season and annual members of The Lumberyard will be receiving a 15% discount on midweek tickets to Timberline Ski Area. Likewise, all Timberline season and annual pass holders will receive a 15% discount at The Lumberyard Bike Park on regular admissions and bike rentals.
The discount at Timberline is good for any dates with the exception of the following holiday and peak dates: 12/19, 1/4, 1/16-/18 and 2/13-2/15. The discounts are not valid with other promotions.
The Lumberyard features 66,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor riding tracks and is the only indoor facility of its kind on the West Coast. Since opening its doors in May 2012, Northeast Portland’s Lumberyard Bike Park has developed a variety of year-round youth programming including its expanding Shred Academy Camps and After School Programs. There’s also “Private Instruction” for all and a variety of “Adult Clinics”. The Lumberyard is also gearing up to offer off-site programming at area trails this fall.
The Lumberyard is located in Northeast Portland at 2700 NE 82nd Ave. The park opened in May of 2012 and offers indoor and outdoor BMX and Freestyle Mountain biking to all ages and ability levels. Summer hours and discounted admission begin June 15th. The park is open daily and includes a full restaurant and bar. More information is found on the company website.
Back for the 10th Edition is the world’s premier freeride mountain bike event, Red Bull Rampage – the contest that puts the “mountain” back in mountain biking. All disciplines of riders including downhill, slopestyle and freeride mountain bike athletes converge on the demanding terrain off Virgin, Utah to compete for glory and bragging rights in one of the biggest tests of skill and guts in the world. This Sunday, a two-hour TV special on Rampage will air on NBC at 3:00pm ET/12:00pm PT as part of the Red Bull Signature Series, a collection of the most innovative and progressive events in action sports.
The stage is now set as the best riders from around the globe have arrived in the desert outside Zion National Park. The only things that will separate a rider in the start gate from standing atop the podium 2,000 vertical feet below are the narrow, exposed ridgelines, 70-foot jumps over rocky canyons, and the near vertical drops. But for those who step-up to the challenge of man versus mountain, only one will be crowned king of the hill. Who will it be? Defending champion Andreu Lacondeguy from Spain? Can two-time winner Kyle Strait make it an unprecedented third? Or will regular contender for the Best Trick award, Cameron Zink, see his name listed at the top of the leader board? Watch Sunday to find out!
Sal Masekela, the definitive voice in action sports, hosts the Red Bull Signature Series show that is now in its fourth year on NBC. Red Bull Rampage presented by GoPro is brought to a national NBC audience in partnership with Polaris RZR, Pennzoil Synthetics, Samsung, Lifeproof, Jaybird, YT Industries and the Utah Sports Commission. For a preview of what fans can expect to see on NBC click here.