Come& spice up your style with pro riders Carson Storch and Kyle Strait! Carson Storch landed on the cover of Bike magazine in 2013, a feat that vaulted him into biking stardom
Come& spice up your style with pro riders Carson Storch and Kyle Strait!
Carson Storch landed on the cover of Bike magazine in 2013, a feat that vaulted him into biking stardom. By 2014, all of Carson’s hard work in contests finally paid off: he qualified for finals at Red Bull Rampage and scored top 10 results at major contests like GoPro Mountain Games, Swatch Prime Line, Red Bull Joyride, and Red Bull District Ride.
No athlete’s career is without challenges. For Carson, those challenges came in 2015, when he broke his collarbone at Red Bull Joyride and spent months in physical therapy to get back into shape. He was back on his bike in time for Red Bull Rampage in 2015, but during practice, he suffered a bad crash and injured his ankle, again benching him from competition. However, he returned to the FMB World Tour in 2016, competing in five events.
In 2018, Storch secured second place at Crankworx Freeride Dirt in Whistler, Canada, and remains a standout competitor on the Freeride Mountain Bike World Tour. He will undoubtedly be one to watch at contests like Red Bull Rampage and Red Bull Joyride for years to come.
2X RED BULL RAMPAGE CHAMPION
THE ONLY ATHLETE TO COMPETE IN EVERY RED BULL RAMPAGE EVENT!!
Kyle Strait has been riding his whole life. He started riding when he was about six years old because of a mountain bike he got instead of a motorcycle. "I really wanted a motorcycle, but we couldn’t afford that, so I got a mountain bike instead. I think my first “real race” was in 1998 - a downhill and a dual slalom. From then on, I was super pumped on mountain biking. I would do every type of racing that I could, and I eventually did my first Rampage in 2001 at age 14. I’ve also done some World Cup downhills."
About the workshops
Always wondered what it takes to execute the perfect whip, table top, jump a double, skid that backwheel in a berm or just take a selfie with these legends. Get your tickets now, limited spaces available!
Workshops will happen on Saturday June 18 at Coler MTB reserve where we have access to the Cease&Desist jumpline which is exclusively reserved for these workshops.
Carson Storch is hosting workshops from 10-12 and again from 330pm to 530pm
Kyle Strait is hosting a workshop from 1pm to 3 pm
What more to expect from these two big shots?
Several times a day they will jam and ride on the brand new Mama Bear dirt line. MTB freestyle at its finest!... we'll decide who 'wins' by how much noise you are making.
Each workshop is about 2 hours long
limited to 30 persons so be quick
Every rider will need to sign a waiver prior to the start
Free shuttle available at the festival area to get to the Coler MTB reserve and back
Coler MTB reserve
Free entrance event for all spectators to go see these legends at work
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