Dungey strapped a GoPro Hero 3 camera to his helmet, hopped aboard his KTM 450 SX-F and ripped up the track located in Southern California.Ryan Dungey, Supercross, SX, Video
Red Bull, now iconic for its off-the-wall yet undeniably cool one-of-a-kind events, revealed its latest creation on Nov. 6 with Red Bull Straight Rhythm. A longstanding personal sponsor of two-time AMA Supercross champion James Stewart and current title sponsor of the Red Bull KTM racing team, this marked the first time the brand’s dream-to-reality trademark was applied to world of motocross racing.
Red Bull recently hosted Give Me Five in Spain, which featured a more condensed, excitement-driven take on the traditional racing format with five riders battling for five laps. However, Straight Rhythm is unlike anything seen before. Considered what Red Bull calls the “evolution of supercross,” Straight Rhythm is an “unwound” version of a supercross track, featuring the traditional obstacles that challenge riders on any given weekend during the AMA Supercross season but in a half-mile straight line.Cole Seely, James Stewart, Jessy Nelson, Justin Bogle, Malcolm Stewart, Marvin Musquin, Motocross, Red Bull, Ryan Dungey, Supercross, Video
They break down James Stewart’s big win, discuss the tricky Joker Lane section and preview the 2014 Supercross season, which kicks off Jan. 4 at Anaheim Stadium.James Stewart, Jeff Emig, Monster Energy Cup, Ralph Sheheen, Ricky Carmichael, Ryan Dungey, Ryan Villopoto, Supercross, Video
James Stewart’s decision to race in this year’s Monster Energy Cup paid off big-time, as the Yoshimura Suzuki rider won two of the three main events Saturday night to capture the $100,000 dollar cash prize in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Unfortunately, Stewart’s shot at claiming the $1 million dollar prize – awarded to any rider who could win all three motos – was erased after 2011 Monster Energy Cup champ Ryan Villopoto won Main Event No. 1.
“The first race I rode really good,” said Stewart. “It’s funny… even with an eighth place in this three race format, you can still win [overall]. I knew I had to come out and do good.”Eli Tomac, James Stewart, Ken Roczen, Monster Energy Cup, Ryan Dungey, Ryan Villopoto, Supercross
Sorry ladies, Ryan Dungey is off the market.
The news comes just days after Team USA – comprised of Dungey (MX1), Eli Tomac (MX2) and Justin Barcia (MX3/Open) – scored a runner-up finish to Team Belgium at the Motocross of Nations in Teutschenthal, Germany.Motocross, Ryan Dungey, Supercross