In Photos: Red Bull Sea to Sky

We look back on some of the memorable moments of the incredible Red Bull Sea to Sky...
By Robert Lynn
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Jonny’s Back
Jonny’s Back
Jonny’s Back It’s the end of the first riverbed section and already not one rider is within sight of Jonny Walker. The pace that he set in the opening stages of the race was incredible – it caught everybody off guard. © Robert Lynn
Room With a View
Room With a View
Room With a View The Red Bull Sea to Sky is a special race. Not just because riders end it on top of the towering 2365m high Olympus Mountain but also because they start it right on the beach – amongst the tourists. © Robert Lynn
Floating Jetty
Floating Jetty
Floating Jetty Competitors experienced an usual end to the Red Bull Sea to Sky’s Forest Race. Offering a multitude of excitement to the masses of Russian tourists, riders had to brave a floating road to race the finish – needless to say a few guys took an unwanted early bath. © Robert Lynn
Alfredo Gomez
Alfredo Gomez
Alfredo Gomez He may not have had the pace to match the leading duo of Walker and Jarvis but Alfredo Gomez still claimed his third consecutive debut podium in 2013. It’s easy to forget that Gomez is still only competing in his first full season of Hard Enduro. © Robert Lynn
Jarvis – The look on his face tells it all
Jarvis – The look on his face tells it all
Jarvis – The look on his face tells it all Jonny Walker’s tactic of sprinting fast early on caught the defending Red Bull Sea to Sky champion completely off guard. Failing to go with the young Brit in the opening stages of the race he was forced to play catch up. © Robert Lynn
Letti
Letti
Letti It seems bad luck is the only luck Andreas Lettenbichler knows at the Red Bull Sea to Sky. For the second year in a row a mechanical issue robbed him of a possible podium result when Letti hit a branch that dislodged his carburettor. © Robert Lynn
Helping Hands
Helping Hands
Helping Hands This is the moment Paul Bolton passed Dougie Lampkin for sixth. After riding without radiators for over 15 minutes, Lampkin’s bike eventually gave up the ghost within yards of the finish line. In a desperate attempt to remain in position he began to push. © Robert Lynn
Horny Devil
Horny Devil
Horny Devil Sun, sea, sand and Hard Enduro. This is what the Red Bull Sea to Sky is all about. © Robert Lynn
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