Kayaking the Ill-advised RedBull “Rampage” Line


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Okay, some things are just stupid.

Such could well be the case with kayaker Bradon Sweeney, who recently took the lumbar-compressing liberty of kayaking Utah’s infamous Red Bull Rampage line. While the famed mountain bike event is just one week away—a competition where the best freeriders in the world gather and descend perilously steep lines on their mountain bikes—Sweeney got a head start not on his cycle, but in his kayak.

Yep, he decided to descend the bone-jarring Rampage line in his kayak (completely voiding any warranty it might have had). Watch the amazing video below.

@bradon_sweeney Couldn’t find any water 😢 #fyp #kayaking #sports ♬ Toxicity – System Of A Down


Couldn’t find any water 😢 #fyp #kayaking #sports

♬ Toxicity – System Of A Down


And get this, he did it more than once—even after having to nail his roll in the dirt and rocks. Talk about a seal launch.

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