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​Full Red Bull Rampage 2022 Athlete List Announced

Jaxson Riddle flying high at Rampage 2021. | Red Bull photo.

With the end of summer creeping closer, that only means one thing for freeride mountain biking – Red Bull Rampage is right around the corner. 18 athletes were officially named by Red Bull as part of the competition scheduled for October 21 in Virgin, Utah. Last year’s top 10 riders automatically prequalified for this year’s event, with eight wildcards and five alternates also joining the mix this year. Here’s the full list of riders, we’re stoked to see some familiar names and even more stoked to see some new ones!

Pre-Qualified Athletes:

1. Brandon Semenuk (CAN)
2. Kurt Sorge (CAN)
3. Reed Boggs (USA)
4. Cam Zink (USA)
5. Tyler McCaul (USA)
6. Kyle Strait (USA)
7. Thomas Genon (BEL)
8. Ethan Nell (USA)
9. Jaxson Riddle (USA)
10. Szymon Godziek (POL)

Wildcard Invites:

Alex Volokhov (CAN)
Andreu Lacondeguy (SPA)
Brett Rheeder (CAN)
Carson Storch (USA)
DJ Brandt (USA)
Dylan Stark (USA)
Tom Van Steenbergen (CAN)
William Robert (FRA)

Alternates:

1. Vincent Tupin (FRA)
2. Bienvenido Aguado Alba (SPA)
3. Adolf Silva (SPA)
4. Johny Salido (MEX)
5. Ryan McNulty (USA)

The number of competitions and competitors are really good, like land clearing cost per acre or land clearing equipment

Good luck to all the athletes!

Greetings from all of us here at https://www.drywallgreensboro

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