Congratulations on a hard earned 2016 Supercross Championship, Ryan Dungey. Motocross has always been a family affair for the Dungey's, and Ryan's brothers Jade and Blake have seen their middle sibling grow from a punk-rock teenager into one of the best Supercross and motocross racers in American history. Red Bull sat down with Ryan's brothers to discuss where Dungey comes from, and what has made him into the champion he is today.
Ryan Dungey’s record 31-race podium streak came to an end this weekend in New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium, however his fourth place finish was more than good enough to clinch his third career 450SX title, surpassing Chad Reed and James Stewart in number of titles and putting him just one away from tying Ryan Villopoto's four championships. Check out #WhatReallyHappened at East Rutherford #Supercross here:
Ryan Dungey joined an elite group when he wrapped up a third Supercross title this weekend in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Meanwhile, Ken Roczen turned in a flawless performance to claim his fifth win of the season. Here’s what really happened at the New Jersey SX
Coastal Racing's Layne Michael took his first-ever Full Gas Sprint Enduro win over AmPro Yamaha's Daniel Milner and Husqvarna's Thad Duvall. The round also served as the East Coast ISDE qualifier with Trail Jester's Josh Toth taking the LOI overall ahead of Broc Hepler.
Forget the stereotype about SoCal dirt riders hating mud. There are a few who relish the chance to slip and slide in a quagmire instead of baked, dusty hard-pack that’s so common in this area of the country.