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Chad Reed
Conocido como uno de los ciclistas más exigentes y motivados de la escena SX / MX, el australiano Chad Reed es realmente uno de los ciclistas más condecorados en la historia de nuestro deporte. Desde arriesgarlo todo y mudarse a Europa para perseguir la gloria de MXGP a una edad temprana, desafiando a THE GOAT Ricky Carmichael en la cima de su carrera e invirtiendo en sí mismo y haciendo las cosas hacia su propio esfuerzo de equipo en TwoTwo Motorsports, Reed lo ha logrado todo.

En 2001, Reed dejó su Australia natal y compró su billete a Europa para disputar el Campeonato del Mundo de FIM 250cc MX. Se convirtió en el primer australiano en ganar un MXGP ese año y, con el tiempo, terminaría su campaña de amateur MXGP Championship en 2ª posición. Más tarde, ese mismo año, hizo su primera aparición en los medios de comunicación estadounidenses cuando luchó contra el Rey de Supercross y su héroe de la infancia Jeremy McGrath en el Supercross de París-Bercy. A partir de 2002, Reed llegó a EE. UU. a tiempo completo y ganó su primer título de SX ese año en la Serie de Supercross de la Costa Este de 125cc. Al año siguiente, Reed dio el salto rápido a la clase principal de 250cc y luchó contra Ricky Carmichael a lo largo de una temporada increíble, finalizando a solo 7 puntos del título detrás de RC.

Reed capturó el título SX de 250cc el año siguiente, ganando 10 de las 17 rondas de la serie. Se mantuvo competitivo durante las siguientes temporadas y formó su propio equipo privado junto con Yamaha en 2007, apodado L&M Racing. Reed comenzó a labrarse su reputación en la industria y se hizo conocido por hacer las cosas a su manera o no hacer nada. En 2009, Reed se unió a Factory Suzuki y regresó a MX después de una pausa de dos años. Envolvió el Campeonato AMA de Motocross en la Ronda 10 de la serie, ganando el primer título al aire libre de su carrera.

Después de un año duro y lleno de lesiones con Factory Kawasaki en 2010, Reed volvió con una venganza en 2011 con su propio equipo privado, acertadamente llamado TwoTwo Motorsports. Reed luchó por el campeonato SX ese año y terminó 2do. general por solo 4 puntos en la temporada. En los siguientes años, Reed realmente asumió el rol de Campeón del Pueblo entre los fanáticos de SX & MX, luchando y ganando múltiples victorias, pero también sufriendo algunas lesiones graves que lo mantuvieron fuera de la contienda general por el título.

A finales de 2015, tras cerrar por completo su esfuerzo en TwoTwo Motorsports, Reed se reunió con Factory Yamaha, la marca con la que comenzó su carrera en los EE. UU. En 2002. Con múltiples finales de podio en 2016, Reed ingresa en 2017 sintiéndose rejuvenecido y listo para perseguir después de más victorias en los próximos años.
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Loris Vergier
Loris Vergier ha estado compitiendo en bicis desde que tenía 10 años, y trae dos títulos de la Copa Mundial Juvenil, un Campeonato Mundial Juvenil y dos podios de la élite mundial al Sindicato: estamos ansiosos por ver qué puede hacer.
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Rockstar Energy Triple Crown – AX Tour Round 2 | 19-04-13

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The Rockstar Energy Triple Crown series arrived in Calgary, Alberta for round 2 of the AX Tour Championship.  Riders and teams were anxiously awaiting the dry and sifted rodeo dirt of the Western Agrium Centre that always creates a great racing track.  The track for this weekend’s race had a technical rhythm section followed by a deep set of whoops that were separating riders who were able to put in the proper off-season AX training.

 

With the NHL playoffs game night heating up in the arena located directly next to the Arenacross race, the atmosphere and city were buzzing.  As lifelong hockey fan, Dylan Wright wanted to support the city’s team and came out for opening ceremonies wearing a Calgary Flames jersey.

 

During the MX2 qualifications, GDR/Honda Canada/Fox Racing’s Wright grabbed the holeshot in his heat race and went on to lead every lap on route to his second heat race win of the season.  Fox Racing support rider Brad Nauditt also grabbed the holeshot in his heat race and put in a good battle for the win but would have to settle for the 2nd place spot.

 

In Arenacross, the tight confines of the area make the starts the most crucial element to the race.  As the gate dropped for the first dry Main Event of the season, Brad Nauditt got the Royal Distributing holeshot award and lead for the opening six laps of the race before being passed by a lurking Dylan Wright.  Wright went on to lead the remaining laps of the race on the way to his first victory of the season.  Nauditt had his hands full for the next seven laps before being overtaken with two laps remaining and he finished the race in 3rd place.

 

Leaving Calgary with his first victory of the season, the MX2 series points lead and the MX2 Triple Crown points lead, Dylan and the GDR/Honda Canada/Fox Racing team will now have all eyes on them as they carry the red plate into Round 3.

   

 

AX Tour Round 2 Race Results:

1st – Dylan Wright

2nd – Marco Cannella

3rd – Brad Nauditt

4th – Jyire Mitchel

5th – Luke Renzland

 

AX Tour MX2 Series Standings:

1st – Dylan Wright – 51 pts

2nd – Marco Cannella – 50 pts

3rd – Luke Renzland – 48 pts

4th – Brad Nauditt – 45 pts

5th – Tyler Medaglia – 45 pts

 

Round 3 of the AX Tour will be in Sarnia, Ontario at the Progressive Auto Center. For more info on the Rockstar Energy Triple Crown series, visit; http://www.rockstartriplecrown.com

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Crankworx Rotorua Recap | 19-03-27

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The off-season training put in by the Fox MTB team paid off big at the kickoff to the 2019 season - Crankworx Rotorua. Threatening skies held off most of the week and the dirt was prime for racing and ripping all week long. With 2 wins and 10 podiums across the 7 different disciplines the Fox athletes made Rotorua feel like a second home for Fox fans in attendance!

 

For the second year in a row, Brett Rheeder started his season off with a bang. Adding multiple new tricks to his program, he rode a nearly flawless run to capture the top step of the podium in the annual Maxxis Slopestyle in Memory of McGazza.

 

Anthony Messere was riding on the limit all week and put together a great run to place 6th in the Maxxis Slopestyle in Memory of McGazza. His top six finish means he's punched his ticket into the next round at Crankworx Innsbruck!

 

Finn Iles put in a blistering run in the warmest conditions of the week in the men’s Crankworx Rotorua Downhill. He rode clean and in control and his performance left him just 0.09 seconds off the top step of the podium. It was a great performance, but being so close left him a little frustrated - something he will use as motivation for next month's Maribor!

 

It was a disappointing start to the year for current UCI DH World Champ Loic Bruni as a flat in the top section of the course derailed his chances in Friday's Crankworx DH race. He looked good in training and was ready to compete in his first test of the 2019 season. Always a fan favorite, Loic lightened a bad moment as he asked a spectator for his pump and tried to bring the tire back to life. "I just wanted to finish," said Loic moments after the race. This has motivated him even more for the first UCI DH race in Maribor.

 

Tahnée Seagrave battled through multiple injuries throughout the week to put together a great set of results. She rode multiple disciplines and ended up with three third-place finishes - Dual Slalom, Downhill, and Pump Track. Truly an all-around talent, Tahnée is also a crowd favorite who made the Rotorua fans feel special all week long!

 

Speaking of fan favorites, local boy Keegan Wright was the hardest working athlete in Rotorua. Competing in nearly every pro men’s division race, he finished the event with a silver medal in both Pump Track and EWS as well as taking the top step in the Crankworx Dual Slalom. His amazing overall performance finds him in second place overall for the King of Crankworx points!

 

Bas van Steenbergen was another all-around performer in Rotorua. He finished second behind teammate Keegan Wright in the Dual Slalom and was the only Fox athlete to podium in the Rotorua Air DH. These points have him in the running for the overall King of Crankworx title.

 

Look for Fox MTB athletes at the start of the UCI DH World Cup season in the historic Maribor, Slovenia and then at the second stop of the Crankworx series in Innsbruck, Austria.

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FOX RACING - ESPAÑA

Fox Racing nació en 1974 para convertirse en la firma más innovadora del mundo del motocross. Hoy sigue manteniendo esa posición privilegiada diseñando y produciendo ropa y equipación para los mejores pilotos del planeta. La empresa, impulsada por su espíritu deportivo, ha ampliado su oferta de productos para cubrir las categorías de MTB y BMX, además de crear líneas de ropa deportiva vanguardistas inspiradas en el universo de la moto para hombre, mujer y niño.