Cyclists on bikes of all kinds raced down a steep mountain road for Red Bull Road Rage 2013.
A field of 33 cyclists tore down Guanella Pass Road near Georgetown, Colorado, for the first Red Bull Road Rage held on U.S. soil in seven years. A steep, 1.8-mile section of the road took riders to top speeds as high as 50 mph as they battled to determine who would be fastest.
Dave McCook emerged with the victory, besting favorite Janos Kohler, who had traveled all the way from Ireland for the race.
“The top guys all had the same ideas to win, be safe and carry your speeds through the turns,” said McCook. “Good conditions and great knowledge of the course gave me the advantage in Georgetown today.”
Into all kinds of cycling? Check out Red Bull Rampage, the freeride moutain bike event featuring the best riders in the world -- watch the live webcast from Virgin, Utah, on Sunday, October 13, 2013, starting at 1:00 p.m. MT.