Check out the Red Bull Uncontained LIVE STREAM right here to see all of the wild action from this head to head style contest on some insanely large ramps! This BMX contest puts two riders head to head in a unique contest format. Needless to say, when you put this group of riders together on a crazy ramp setup like this, things are going to get crazy. This kicks off at 2 PM East / 1 PM Central / 11 AM West Coast time here in the U.S. You can check out everything in the Red Bull Uncontained Live Stream above!
“Watch Red Bull Uncontained LIVE this Saturday from 8PM CEST – https://win.gs/Uncontained (If the embed above isn’t working for you!)
The world’s best BMX Park riders take on the most challenging custom park ever built. Descending on Nijmegen, Nederlands this weekend is a selection of 16 world class riders, chosen by team captains Drew Bezanson and Daniel Wedemeijer. They have invited 7 riders to be part of their team to battle against each other based on Execution, Variety, Use of Course, Style and Guts.
Tune in LIVE from 20:00 CEST on Friday, Nov 30th on Red Bull TV
Drew Bezanson (C)
Tom vd Bogaard
Daniel Wedemeijer (C)
Anthony Jeanjean” – Red Bull
What do you think about the Red Bull Uncontained contest? Are you digging the big ramps or not so much? Let us know what you’re thinking in the comments below!
Don’t forget to check out the practice videos that dropped earlier!
Also, let’s go way back and watch Drew Bezanson’s old “Uncontainable” video that really spurred this whole idea!
“What happens when the ramps you want to ride are so big they don’t exist? No stranger to testing the boundaries of fear on a BMX bike, Canadian rider Drew Bezanson has literally climbed the rafters at contests just to drop in higher than anyone else. Eventually, he reached the point where no current ramp set-up was high enough or big enough to push himself on. Enter Uncontainable, a custom-built set-up made of enormous shipping containers. At a secret location near his hometown of Truro, Nova Scotia, Drew worked tirelessly with a team of renowned ramp builders, led by Nate Wessel, to put together some of the biggest BMX obstacles ever ridden. Needless to say, Bezanson has gone mental. Feast your eyes on some of the gnarliest BMX riding like never seen before.”