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- Gee Atherton: 1000 FPS Video Series
Gee Atherton: 1000 FPS Video Series
- JAN 18, 2011
- Gee Atherton
- Red Bull Rampage 2012, Red Bull Rampage 2010
- About this Video
- See how gnarly Gee Atherton's step-down gap to wallride at Red Bull Rampage was by checking it out in 1000 frames per second. The Red Bull Moments video series captures athletes doing amazing feats with the detail of 1000 fps.
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