The 10 Best Photos from Red Bull Rampage 2013

Red Bull Rampage 2013 was completely epic. Revel in the grandeur with these ten amazing photos.
By Derreck Delk

To see the incredible action from the event, be sure to watch the Rampage finals recap show on NBC (in the USA) as part of the Red Bull Signature Series on Saturday, December 21 starting at 3:30 p.m. ET.

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Kelly McGarry: Backflip the canyon gap
Mountain biker Kelly McGarry backflips the famed canyon gap at Red Bull Rampage 2013.
Kelly McGarry: Backflip the canyon gap Being the first rider to backflip the canyon gap doesn't go without recognition. Kelly McGarry was awarded with second place from the judges and first in the hearts of the fans who voted online. © Christian Pondella/Red Bull Content Pool
Cam Zink: Biggest backflip drop to date
Mountain biker Cam Zink does biggest backflip drop ever at Red Bull Rampage 2013.
Cam Zink: Biggest backflip drop to date Cam Zink really knows how to make the crowd nervous. All were hanging on the edge of their respective cliffs in anticipation of his run -- knowing what he had planned: the biggest drop flip ever attempted in the sport. And he buttered the landing perfectly. © John Gibson/Red Bull Content Pool
It's past 90 degrees when I tell that bizz please
Mountain biker Makken Haugen whip in the sunet at Red Bull Rampage 2013
It's past 90 degrees when I tell that bizz please It's Tuesday evening at Red Bull Rampage 2013 and Mads Haugen has embraced the Utah terrain with open arms. He held this whip past 90 so long, it looked like he was never gonna let go... Floating! © Christian Pondella/Red Bull Content Pool
Brendan Howey just misses the big show
Mountain bike rider Brendan Howey competes in the Red Bull Rampage 2013 prelim round in Utah
Brendan Howey just misses the big show The nicest kid in freeride had two smooth and clean runs, but he landed just one spot outside the top 12. © Christian Pondella/Red Bull Content Pool
Kyle Strait, suicide no-hander off the Sender
Mountain bike rider Kyle Strait drops from the top of the Oakley Icon Sender at Red Bull Rampage 2013
Kyle Strait, suicide no-hander off the Sender © Ian Hylands/Red Bull Content Pool
The early bird gets the gap: Brendan Fairclough
Mountain bike rider Brendan Fairclough competes in the Red Bull Rampage 2013 prelim round in Utah
The early bird gets the gap: Brendan Fairclough Brendan Fairclough also tasted redemption. Brendawg orchestrated an ambitious build to create this chasm gap in 2012, but hurt himself and was unable to attempt it. After a year of dormancy, he was able to knock the dust off the landing in the early morning light of qualifier run one. © Ian Hylands/Red Bull Content Pool
Guinea pig: The first athlete to ride a feature
Mountain biker James Doerfling bails from highest point of Oakley Icon Sender at Red Bull Rampage 2013.
Guinea pig: The first athlete to ride a feature Inevitably, there is the athlete who rides a feature first. Canadian James Doerfling was the first to try the largest drop from the highest point of the Oakley Icon Sender, but things went wrong just past the halfway point of the air. Amazingly, he bailed and received only minor scratches! © Ian Hylands/Red Bull Content Pool
It's a bird, it's a plane...
Mountain biker Andreu Lacondeguy boost a superman at Red Bull Rampage 2013.
It's a bird, it's a plane... ...it's a terrible caption! Andreu Lacondeguy dug a new landing off to the side of the Specialized booter and surprised the judges with his new route. © Christian Pondella/Red Bull Content Pool
Brandon Semenuk: Not meant to be this year
Mountain biker Brandon Semenuk drops at Red Bull Rampage 2013.
Brandon Semenuk: Not meant to be this year Brandon Semenuk just couldn't put it together on finals day -- an awkward fall on a billy goat line in run one and then two falls in run two. © Christian Pondella/Red Bull Content Pool
Tyler McCaul nails a huge drop
Mountain bike rider Tyler McCaul does a huge drop during the 2013 Red Bull Rampage final in Utah
Tyler McCaul nails a huge drop TMac had found a massive drop while scouting at Rampage 2012 and was able to come back in 2013 to make it happen, with some much-needed help from his build crew. Once they dialed it in, Tyler stepped up and cleaned the drop as clean as could be. © Christian Pondella/Red Bull Content Pool
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