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2013 Rampage Biggest Crashes
Some of the features created and conquered this past event were simply beggars belief and I can only attempt to assure you - through the inadequate power of the written word - that in the flesh everything genuinely is that much bigger, that much faster and that much more likely to make you sick in your shoe at the sight of it.
Feel the rhythm, feel the rhyme… it’s Rampage time.
And so came the rain. The wind howled, the tear-offs flew and the crowds screamed their support and abuse under sagging ponchos. It ended up a nightmare day for tons of riders who hit the deck spectacularly in swathes of liquid mud. In particular, major players Mick Hannah, Gee Atherton and Loic Bruni all encountered serious misdemeanors mid session. Their loss was other’s gain, however. Danny Hart, Andrew Neethling and Bernard Kerr all leaped up the rankings on incredible runs to headline the top ten. Tahnee Seagrave and Mike Jones claimed junior thrones and Rachel Atherton went and brought home the Fury flavored bacon once again in the ladies. Stevie Smith, presumed autistic genius, tackled the soaking Hafjell course with a vengeance, in a display of ignorance to the terrible conditions reminiscent of Mont St Anne last month. All eyes now rest on the final round where he will draw swords with Gee in Leogang to decide the overall series title in what could be described as (understatement alert) ‘an exciting season finale’.
Forests, beards, trolls and the paranormal… Hafjell, Norway
Minnaar all the way bru…
A million miles away… Durban South Africa.