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Bas Van Steenbergen
21 year old Bas van Steenbergen was born in the United States, but quickly moved to Holland where he began racing motorcross and bmx. When he turned 16, he moved to Canada where be started racing Downhill racing. Podium finishes quickly began after the move as he earned 1st at the Canada Cup in Mont Tremblant and 3rd at Crankworx Dual Slalom.

Bas now resides in Kelowna, B.C. where he is able to ride his bike every day. As the newest member to join to the team, Fox is stoked to have someone of his skill set representing the brand.
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Austin Forkner
Farm Boy
Austin Forkner started his racing motocross career in 2003 at the age of five. In his first year racing, he won the Show-Me Fall Series. Later on, he continued racing in his home state until 2005, when he entered his first amateur national event at Ponca City, finishing top 10 in either 50cc 7-8 classes.

Racing and being competitive “runs” in Austin’s veins. His father is a smooth motocross rider, and his mother is a barrel racer on horses, making it only natural for them to support Austin. His parents were Austin’s primary support through 2010. In that same year, Austin was the only youth rider to win TWO National Titles at Loretta’s. Since his first AMA National title at Loretta's, Austin has been on the Kawasaki Team Green bikes as a factory supported rider.

In 2015, Austin set his sights on the pro ranks and made a plan on how he would transition to professional racing. He made his last performance as an amateur racer at the Loretta Lynn National Championships in August 2015 with 2 victories. Then he started working on his pro program. In September, in his first pro race, he finished 4th behind 3 seasoned veterans of the sport. In January he raced 2 Arenacross races winning the second one in Greensboro. Austin wrapped up his amateur career with wins at Daytona and Freestone.
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2017 46th ANNUAL AMATEUR MX WINTER OLYMPICS | 29/12/2017

46th Annual Winter Olympics

Gatorback Cycle Park

Gainesville, FL.

November 21-25th, 2017

 

The 46th Annual running of the Winter Olympics kicked off this past week at the iconic Gatorback Cycle Park. This unique event features 2 race tracks, Supercross during the first half of the week, followed by the outdoor Motocross portion of the event.  At the end of the week these scores are combined to crown the overall Olympiad.  The unpredictable Florida weather hindered the schedule this week, cancelling racing for the entire day of Thanksgiving, ultimately causing the promotors to cut LCQ’s out of the event, making for a cut-throat make-it-or-break-it sense of urgency each moto.

In the A/Pro classes, Garrett Marchbanks won the 450 Pro Sport in both SX and MX, this also being his debut race in the A class!  Brazilian, Enzo Lopes, was also on fire in the first half of the week with a 250 Pro Sport win in SX, yet Enzo having a bad get-off ended up unable to finish out the week.  In the B class and still new to the 250f transition, Stilez Robertson was killing it with a 250 B Limited SX championship, along with a handful of podium finishes.  Oklahoma’s Jesse Flock was also a contender in the B class all week with a 450 B Limited SX title.  JJ Jarvis was riding great in the Girls and Women’s classes as well, taking the gold in SX and MX in the Girls Sr. class, and just missing the top spot in the Women’s 14+ with 2 second place finishes, though she was chipping away at the leader each lap, but ran out of time during the reduced number of laps due to the rain delay during the week.  In the SuperMini class, Jeremy Ryan claimed the SuperMini 2 (13-16) class title in the MX half of the week.  John Grewe took a permanent residency on the podium this week!  John won 10 of his 12 motos, wrapping up all 4 Overall Olympiad titles in the 35+, 40+, 45+, and 50+.  At the end of the week John was given the Vet Masters Award, with the only blemish on his record was having the 35+ SX gold medal taken by RedDog Timmy Ferry.

Congratulations to all finishers and champions!  Below is a list of Fox team top 3 results, along with a link to full event results.

Photo credit:  Jacob Souder - @hbmotoco

 

1st PLACE – CHAMPION

Garrett Marchbanks – 450 A / Pro Sport (SX/MX Olympiad)

Enzo Lopes – 250 Pro Sport (SX)

Stilez Robertson – 250 B Limited (SX)

Jesse Flock – 250 B (SX/MX Olympiad)

Jeremy Ryan – SuperMini 2 (13-16) (MX)

Jordan Jarvis – Girls Sr. (12-16) (SX/MX Olympiad)

Timmy Ferry – 35+ (SX)

John Grewe – 35+ (SX/MX Olympiad)

John Grewe – 40+ (SX/MX Olympiad)

John Grewe – 45+ (SX/MX Olympiad)

John Grewe – 50+ (SX/MX Olympiad)

** John Grewe – Vet Masters Award **

 

 

2nd PLACE

Stilez Robertson – 250 B (SX)

Stilez Robertson – SchoolBoy 2 (13-16) (SX)

Jesse Flock – 450 B (SX/MX Olympiad)

Marco Cannella - College (16-24) (SX/MX Olympiad)

Jordan Jarvis – Women 14+ (SX/MX Olympiad)

 

 

3rd PLACE

Jesse Flock – SchoolBoy 2 (13-16) (SX)

Jesse Flock 450 B (MX)

 

 

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Fox Utiliterry | Fleece Meets Function | 01/10/2017
Want a fleece that does more? Check out FOX Utiliterry Fleece which is 4x stronger than regular fleece, features a durable water resistant coating and blocks out twice as much wind as any standard fleece.
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Welcome to Fox Racing Canada - Fox Racing, or more commonly known as FOX - Founded in 1974 Fox Head Inc. has maintained its position as the innovation leader in the MX industry by designing and producing motocross gear and apparel for the world's best riders. Building off this athlete-driven design philosophy, the company has expanded its activity and products into MTB, BMX, Surf and Wakeboarding, and rounding off the design innovation to moto-inspired lifestyle apparel for men, women and youth. Fox ... We Live it.