PROGRESSION PROVEN
Bike|Fall 2020
SEPTEMBER 7,2019 5:48 P.M PRINEVILLE, OREGON
NICOLE FORMOSAI

When Casey Brown greased the landing of a difficult 30-foot jump at last summer’s Proving Grounds, the first-ever qualifier for Red Bull Rampage, no one watching could contain their excitement. Certainly not photographer Paris Gore, recalling the emotion of the day nearly a year later.

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