Red Bull Stumps Clump and Jumps Tour Rolls Toward San Francisco

A crew of Red Bull and Kona riders have torn through the Pacific Northwest filming a segment for the next New World Disorder film.

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A group of Red Bull and Kona riders including will cap off the Red Bull Stumps Clump and Jumps Tour on August 30 with a screening of the Red Bull Rampage film in San Francisco. The crew has spent the better part of the past two weeks visiting hotspots in the Pacific Northwest for filming segments for New World Disorder 10.

Shortly after competing in the Kokanee Crankworx in Whistler, British Columbia, the group—which consists of the Lacondeguy brothers, Robbie Bourdon, Paul Basagoitia and Wayne Goss—piled into a tour bus and headed to Vancouver to film the opener to the latest New World Disorder film. From there, they headed across the border to the Bellingham, Washington, offices of Kona for some meetings and grub before hitting Galbraith Mountain for some more filming.

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The next day, they drove to the I-5 Colonnade Mountain Bike Park in Seattle to session some new jumps with some 200 people from the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance. Later that night, the Red Bull Rampage film was screened at the Copper Cart, where 150 guests showed up to check out the film and party with the Kona Clump team.

From there, the riders headed to Portland, Oregon, for a demo at the Glenhaven Skatepark. Later that night, there was another Rampage screening that included a viewing of the latest NWD teaser for Dust & Bones.

Andreu and Cam Zink get ready to film the NWD 10 opener in Vancouver.

Andreu and Cam Zink get ready to film the NWD 10 opener in Vancouver.

The crew just finished riding at Hood River and Black Rock, Oregon, and is en-route to San Francisco, where they have one final session planned. On Saturday, August 30, the riders will be on hand for a screening of Freeride Entertainment’s Red Bull Rampage film at Pete’s Tavern in San Francisco. The event will start at 7 p.m. and will be open to anyone 21 years of age or older.

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