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- Sometimes Surviving Red Bull Rampage is a Win in Itself
Sometimes Surviving Red Bull Rampage is a Win in Itself
- NOV 29, 2012
- Gee Atherton
- About this Video
- Four by Three is an exclusive series of four short films about mountain biking siblings Gee, Dan and Rachel Atherton, produced and directed by Clay Porter for Red Bull Media House. In this episode, we join Gee in Utah for the ultimate freeride event, Red Bull Rampage. Gee finished on the podium at the event in 2010, but suffered a different fate in 2012.
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