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POV: Jaxson Riddle’s “Most Stylish” Rampage Run

Moto-inspired style from the young Utah rider

Jaxson Riddle Photo by: Garth Milan / Red Bull Content Pool

Jaxson Riddle was the only first-year Rampage competitor to make it all the way through to Friday’s finals this year. The young Utah rider stood out from the field, with his freestyle moto-inspired riding bringing a refreshing change of pace to the competition. With big airs, different tricks and a silky-smooth style from top to bottom in his run, Riddle clearly made an impression in his Rampage debut.

While the judges didn’t reward Riddle with enough points for a podium, he ended up ninth on the day, they did single the Rampage rookie out as this year’s most stylish rider. A solid prize for a rider so impressive in his first appearance at the iconic event.

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You can watch the full run below, from Riddles perspective. Then go watch the three runs that did earn places on this year’s podium.

POV: Jaxson Riddle’s 2021 Red Bull Rampage run

Riddle cruised through his first Rampage appearance on a custom, moto-inspired Transition TR11. The bike was painted by Bellingham, Wash.’s Tony Baumann as a tribute to Riddle’s late father, Scott Riddle, who passed away last year. You can see details of the bike, with colour-matched Industry Nine wheels and hubs, below.

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