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Red Bull Rampage winner: Brett Rheeder is the freeride mountain bike champ

Canada's Brett Rheeder triumphs in the big mountains of Utah to become a two-time winner of mountain biking's premier freeride contest.
By Riley Hunter
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This year marked the 16th edition of the legendary freeride mountain bike event and Red Bull Rampage 2022 did not disappoint.
As 16 of the world’s best riders took their talents to the desert in Utah, Brett Rheeder came out on top with his biggest and baddest lines and jumps and was crowned the winner of Red Bull Rampage 2022.
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Red Bull Rampage is headed back to the steep and unforgiving terrain of southwest Utah for some wild action.

Rheeder received a score of 90.66. Szymon Godziek was the runner-up with a score of 86.33. Finally, taking home third place and the last podium spot was Brandon Semenuk, with a score of 84.00.
Brett Rheeder at Red Bull Rampage 2022 in Virgin, Utah
Brett Rheeder at Red Bull Rampage 2022 in Virgin, Utah
Second runs didn't take place due to the wind picking up, but all 16 riders who did take part completed their runs. Two riders who didn't take to the start was Kyle Strait and Alex Volokhov.
Brett Rheeder carries his bike up the course at Red Bull Rampage
Brett Rheeder carries his bike up the course at Red Bull Rampage
There was a lot more action that went down at this year’s event. Click here for the full event breakdown and find out everything that happened at Red Bull Rampage 2022.

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Watch the full Red Bull Rampage 2022 replay now! The best freeride MTB riders took on the steep and unforgiving terrain of southwest Utah for some wild action.

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