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Ryan Dungey
The Dunge

Born into a family of racers, from early on it was clear that Ryan Dungey was something special. Fast forward through two decades, and having already notched up first place wins at the Supercross Lites Championship and the 250 Motocross Championship in 2009, the 2010 racing season proved to be a particularly memorable one for the American rider. Ryan started the season by showing that he belonged with the big boys in supercross. By the time the North American series was finished, he was crowned 2010 Supercross Champion.

But Ryan didn’t stop there – demonstrating his abilities as inarguably the best all-around motocross racer in the world, that same year he blitzed the competition in the AMA Motocross Championship and took the title. He thus finished the season as a history-maker, coming away as the first rookie in history to win both the premier Supercross and National Motocross titles in his inaugural season. To cap off the year, Dungey led Team USA to victory in the prestigious Motocross of Nations event, held on American soil in 2010 in Colorado.

By 2012, Ryan had joined the KTM family, bringing the team its first ever win in the AMA Motocross series. He finished his Supercross season in third place, despite a collarbone break that required surgery. At the 2013 AMA SX season finale in Las Vegas, Ryan finished second place, bringing his overall season points to 337 and a third place overall finish.

In 2014, Dungey kept his momentum, taking overall second places at both the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship 450 and the 2014 AMA Monster Energy Supercross Series, not to mention first place at Red Bull Unadilla National. With yet another stellar start in 2015, Ryan has demonstrated that commitment, hard work and sacrifice really do pay off with another AMA Supercross and AMA Motocross championship now under his belt.

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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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Red Bull Outliers Invades Downtown Calgary! | 28/09/2019

Canada’s first urban enduro race hosted in Downtown Eau Claire Market.


The downtown city center of Calgary, Alberta hosted an epic two-wheel motorsports race in the heart of the city.   On Saturday 28th, Riders lined up in the Eau Claire market streets with dirt bikes and competed in the inaugural Red Bull Outliers race.  The 900 meter Outliers course consisted of 100 truck tires, 100 raw logs, 42 rig mats, 2 garbage dumpsters, 16 concrete barricades and 2 tons of stone forming Canada’s first-ever urban enduro race course.


What started out as an already challenging course, received the addition of an early season snowfall the morning of the race, freezing the obstacles making it even more challenging for riders to navigate.  After some minor course modifications, the races resumed with less spills and all the same thrills.


Riders from regions across Canada and the United States participated in five classes; Amateur, Vet, Expert, Pro and Team.  Over 100 participants attempted to successfully navigate the rugged Outliers obstacles with as few crashes as possible. Spectators lined the fences and were delivered the ultimate downtown enduro race.


Fox Racing Canada had six support riders outfitted and representing in the MX20 Legion gear while they braved all the elements of the Outliers race, on and off the ground.


Shout out to: Burg Giliomee; Expert, Lexi Pechout; Expert, Chris Pomeroy; Vet, Nick Collins; Pro, Charlie Johnston; Pro, Jared Stock; Pro.

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2019 FOX US OPEN RECAP | 16/09/2019

The Fox US Open of Mountain Biking took place under the sunny Southern California skies at Snow Summit Bike Park in Big Bear, California. Thousands of fans and hundreds of racers made pilgrimages from around the globe to spectate and compete in downhill, enduro, and dual slalom racing. Known as the original gravity mountain biking location, Snow Summit has hosted multiple national and global mountain bike races over the 30 plus years of the sport. This year, the Fox US Open brought world cup elite racing back to the southland for the first time in nearly 20 years. The crowds were not disappointed as some of the world’s best fought it out over four days of racing and riding.

The riders started arriving on Thursday for track walks and practice runs on the enduro and downhill courses. The field was stacked with some of the top competitors in the world such as 4-time world champ Loic Bruni, multiple world cup overall winner Aaron Gwin, and multiple world cup winners Tahnée Seagrave and Loris Vergier. Things heated up on Friday with the dual slalom. Over fifty athletes competed for gold. Fox athlete Bas Van Steenbergen led the charge but came up short against eventual winner Bubba Warren. On the women’s side, Jill Kitner took home the first of her two gold medals by edging out the current Queen of Crankworx, Vaea Verbeeck.

Saturday morning saw athletes take to the course for the GT Enduro Race. Many of these athletes were using the event as a warm-up before the EWS in Zermatt, Switzerland. Their training showed with some fast racing on the dusty trails in and around Snow Summit. EWS riders Cody Kelley and Anneke Beerten took home wins on their way to the EWS finals next weekend. Later that evening, the freestyle riders took center stage at the Best Whip competition. Global athletes and local shredders wowed the crowd with boosted airs and tweaked bikes over the huge double and wall ride built specifically for the event. Fox athletes Ethan Nell, Cam McCaul, Kirt Voreis, and D.J. Brandt entertained the crowd for nearly two hours. In the final, it was BMX and MTB legend Allan Cooke taking the top spot for the adults and local stud Ryan Pinkerton taking top honors in the Grom category.

On Sunday, the action shifted to the downhill course where some of the best athletes in the world took to the track vying for the $10,000 first prize purse. With equal prize money for men and women, this was one of the largest purses for a downhill event in the world. The morning saw the Grom and Next Gen categories take top billing with the DH stars of tomorrow showing that the future is bright for gravity racing in the U.S. The elites started early in the afternoon with the women taking to the course first. Sadly, Fox athlete Tahnée Seagrave was unable to make it to the start-house due to illness, so it was teammates Laura Bruneau and MTB legend Claire Buchar flying the Fox flag. Both athletes performed well with Laura taking 12th place and Claire bringing home a podium position in fourth place. As in the Dual Slalom event, it was Vaea Verbeeck and Jill Kitner battling for the top position, with multiple time US Open winner Kitner taking gold.

The men’s downhill competition would close the day and the weekend. The world cup athletes in the field were pushed to their limits by many of the local and regional rippers. The top qualifier was SoCal’s own Cole Picchiotino, who bested world champ Loic Bruni by under a second. Hundreds of fans lined the course as nearly 60 elite riders made their way down the rough and dusty track. Cowbells, horns, and chainsaws made sure the athletes knew how much the SoCal fan base was behind them, and the volume was pinned at eleven all day. Fox ambassador and Youtube star Phil Kmetz worked his way to 16th place just ahead of Bas Van Steenbergen. FMB Slopestyle World Champ Brett Rheeder ran his first DH race in years and finished twelfth just behind fellow Fox rider and former World Cup winner Chris Kovarik. The finalé saw multiple-time world champion Greg Minnaar and Loic Bruni face off in an amazing battle. Their split times were nearly identical at every checkpoint with current Champ and Fox athlete Loic Bruni edging out the South African by just six-tenths of a second! It was the third huge weekend in a row for SuperBruni after the World Championships and World Cup finals. It was an amazing finish to an amazing race and an incredible weekend in beautiful Big Bear. Plans are already underway for the 2020 edition of the Fox US Open of Mountain Biking. We’ll be making our way back to Snow Summit. Stay tuned for more details on next years edition of the number one gravity mountain bike event in the U.S.!

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Fox has maintained its position as the innovation leader in the MX industry by designing and producing motocross gear and apparel for the worlds best riders. Building off this athlete-driven design philosophy, the company has expanded its activity and products into MTB, BMX, and rounding off the design innovation to moto-inspired lifestyle apparel for men, women and youth.