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Carey Hart
Carey Hart is one of the most recognized names in all of freestyle motocross. In 1998, the freestyle motocross movement was born with Carey leading the way. From the sport’s inception, Carey has been one of the most innovative riders in the sport. He is the inventor of the Hart Attack, and at the 2000 Gravity Games Carey etched his name in the record books as the first rider ever to complete a back flip on a 250cc motorcycle. The back flip catapulted Carey, and Freestyle Motocross as a whole, to an entirely new level. The stunt got the world’s attention; it was even featured on Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

Carey has traveled the globe on a quest to put freestyle motocross on the map. His popularity has helped increase exposure for the sport of Freestyle Motocross. He has been featured in nationwide ad campaigns for Ford and Mountain Dew as well as in such print publications such as Paper Magazine, Teen People, EXPN The Magazine, Rolling Stone, and has graced the covers of numerous motocross magazines. Carey has also starred on The Late Show with David Letterman, appeared on The Today Show and has starred in ESPN/Touchstone Pictures’ IMAX film, Ultimate X and has cameo appearances in Columbia Pictures’ XXX and Touchstone Pictures’ Charlie’s Angels II and in the VH1 reality show The Surreal Life.

In addition to these business ventures, he still dedicates significant time to one of his biggest passions, his Supercross team. Carey along with co team owner Ricky Carmichael are leading the way of motocross team sponsorship with their RCH team landing cooperate sponsors like Dodge and Jimmy John. This past year RCH signed Ken Roczen how took the team to its first ever Supercross win and their first win in the motocross series.
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Joey Savatgy
Joey Savatgy began riding at an early age with the support of his family while growing up in California. He experienced a good amount of success as a young rider, but really burst onto the Amateur scene when he and his family made the decision to move to the Millsaps Training Facility in Georgia in 2005. The Savatgy family put in all on the line for Joey to succeed in the sport, and as his amateur career was coming to it’s closing stages, the stars were shining bright for Savatgy. In his last visit to the Amateur Nation Championships at Loretta Lynn’s in 2012, Savatgy racked up multiple moto wins on his way to twin podium finishes in the 250 & 450 A Classes.

Savatgy made his pro debut the following year in 2013 with support from KTM. His rookie SX campaign was not spectacular, but Savatgy turned some heads with a few Top 10 finishes in the 250 West SX series. In 2014 Savatgy earned a spot on what was then the Rockstar Energy KTM team and went straight to the MX series after an injury during SX. By the end of the 2014 summer campaign, Savatgy was a consistent Top 10 threat and earned his first Podium Overall at Ironman in Indiana.

Savatgy’s proved himself as a gritty competitor in his first two pro seasons and caught the eye of Mitch Payton, eventually joining the Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki program in 2015. The switch to Pro Circuit ignited a new fire in Savatgy, and he was a consistent podium finisher throughout the 2015 SX & MX season. In 2016 Savatgy became a race winner and narrowly missed out on the 250 West SX title after taking the win in a treacherous mud race at the season finale in Las Vegas. He was 3rd Overall in the 250 Pro Motocross series that summer.

In 2017 Savatgy came into the 250 East SX as a clear favorite for the title, but a few crashes and mishaps caused him to just miss it as he finished 3rd. He regained strength coming into the Pro Motocross series and earned himself 3 Overall wins before injuring his foot at Unadilla which forced him from finishing the year.

Despite rumors of a potential move to the 450 Class in 2018, Savatgy will rejoin Mitch Payton’s Pro Circuit 250 effort and looks to finally earn that elusive championship.
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Glendale AZ - Supercross Race Recap | 30/01/2018


Adam Cianciarulo #92

Continuing his impressive season, Adam Cianciarulo entered the main in the third qualifying spot. He started the main event in sixth, and from there methodically picked off riders. By the sixth lap, he found himself riding in fourth and was able to take advantage of a mistake by Joey Savatgy to secure third, where he would finish the race.

Joey Savatgy #17

Joey Savatgy started the main event with an incredible holeshot from the outside starting gate. He stayed with the front pack for several laps and was keeping pace in third, but a late mistake in the final few laps would lose him a few spots. He recovered quickly and battle back, ending the night in fourth.

Adam and Joey are sitting 3rd and 4th in the Championship as they head to Oakland.  



Ken Roczen #94

The 450 class saw Ken Roczen put in an excellent rebound ride after a tough night at the A2 Triple Crown event. Working his way past title contenders Jason Anderson and Marvin Musquin to finish third on the night and gain valuable championship points. Ken leaves Phoenix in 3rd place in the points, just 12 back from the leader, Jason Anderson.

Chad Reed #22

In Glendale, Chad Reed found himself in the LCQ for the second week in a row as he continues to fight through his ankle injury. The dramatic LCQ saw Reed exit the first turn in third. After losing some ground, he would fight back to second; the crowd loved it. Reed would finish 19th in the main. His results aren’t there yet, but there's no quit in #22. Chad dawned a custom set of 360 Preme racewear to celebrate Australia day.


Photos: Ryne Swanberg/Garth Milan of Octopi Media

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Gear Check - Pro Circuit 250 West | 29/01/2018

Now that round 4 of Supercross is in the books, it’s about time we met up with some of the guys from the Pro Circuit Team. In this Tuesday’s Gear Check, you get a breakdown of the Fox equipment worn by Joey Savatgy and Adam Cianciarulo at Glendale SX....



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Since 1974 Fox Racing has been engineering and designing premium motocross gear and clothing for athletes and champions from around the world. Inspired by our heritage, today the Fox MX program continues to build the best equipment in the business. From our fan favorite Legacy collections, to our advanced motocross helmets and guards, to our signature FLEXAIR gear sets worn by the world's top moto racers, everything we make is made with riding in mind. From long dirt bike days out on the open trail to the moto track for weekend races, Fox Racing puts its 40 years of experience into everything we make with the goal of making every ride a great one.