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Here’s some super pro video from Red Bull’s Mini Drome Over Under event that took place last week…
For over 15 years the Bicycle Film Festival has brought together cyclists and videographers to share unique stories that span the globe. This weekend, the BFF returns to NYC with promises of fun times, parties and great features. Don’t miss the Blackburn Comes with Baggage Premiere!
Here’s a video recap from Red Bull’s Over Under Mini Drome in NYC.
The Over Under Red Bull Mini Drome
Photos and interview by Chris Lee
On June 19th, Red Bull hosted its annual Mini Drome race in an industrial neighborhood of Maspeth, New York. In keeping with tradition, the event had no shortage of rave lights, bass pounding DJ sets and Red Bull flowing out of every corner of the room. But unlike years past, this Mini Drome had a twist: a figure 8. Named the “Over/Under”, this miniature velodrome, sporting a cool figure 8 design, is a faster and tighter version of the already infamous “Human Powered Rollercoaster” or “La Ocho”. Teams of two and single participants, called “All Stars”, duked it out for the number one spot on the podium. In the end, team Deluxe Cycles of Brooklyn took home the team title and Red Bull’s own Addison Zawada from Jacksonville, Florida, the individual title.