The field has been announced for the Red Bull Road Rage, which will be held in Tuna Canyon, California, USA on November 5. The event will determine who the fastest descender is with riders taking on a 2 mile course with a 2,000 foot elevation drop, cliff-hanging berms and 120 degree turns around rock faces at speeds up to 60 mph. Half of the riders are California locals, but there will be out of towners like Marty Nothstein and Cedric Gracia of France.
Marty Nothstein (Orefield, PA)
David Clinger (Woodland Hills, CA)
Erik Saunders (Twentynine Palms, CA)
David McCook (Mountain View, CA)
Steve Bauer (Ontario, Canada)
Carl Decker (Bend, OR)
David Richter (Seattle, WA)
Kayle LeoGrande (Upland, CA)
Eddy Gragus (Ft. Collins, CO)
Devon Vigus (Castro Valley, CA)
Butch Stinton (Simi Valley, CA)
Dean Meyer (Covelo, CA)
Pete Lopinto (Boulder, CO)
Sean Watkins (Encinitas, CA)
Mountain bike riders
Brian Lopes (Mission Viejo, CA)
Eric Carter (Temecula, CA)
Cedric Gracia (Pau, France)
Dave Cullinan (Santa Ana, CA)
Mark Weir (Novato, CA)
Mike King (San Diego, CA)
Shaums March (Highlands, BC)
Marla Streb (Los Osos, CA)
Colin Bailey (Big Bear, CA)
Duncan Riffle (Santa Barbara, CA)
Todd Tanner (Sun Valley, ID)
The race will consist of two formats: Time Trials, where individuals race against the clock; and Pack Race, a boardercross-style race format, where the top 16 riders from the Time Trial will be placed into 4 man heats and throw it on the line. The top two riders in each heat will advance through the bracket and after three times down the hill, the fastest one in the pack will be crowned.
More information: www.redbullroadrage.com
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