RACE RECAP
18-01-30
Glendale AZ - Supercross Race Recap

250SX CLASS

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.  

 

450SX CLASS

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

GEAR CHECK
18-01-29
Gear Check - Pro Circuit 250 West

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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18-01-25
Fox and IceOne Racing agree to long term partnership

Fox Racing is pleased to announce the agreement of a long-term partnership with IceOne Racing, with support for the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Team beginning in the 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship. Established in 2013 by F1 Superstar Kimi Räikkönen, the IceOne Racing program has quickly become one of the most premium teams in the MXGP Paddock – and became the official Husqvarna Factory MXGP team in 2014.


"For us partnering with FOX is the next natural step, lifting up our team level of rider safety, performance and visual appeal. We are looking forward to this journey together and we can’t wait to make our own contribution to the great heritage of FOX and Husqvarna in Motocross – great partners who belong together."– Antti Pyrhönen, IceOne Racing Team Manager.


"Fox and IceOne Racing share a relentless desire to elevate both performance and style, so this partnership is as natural as they come." – Jeff Taylor, Senior Vice President of Global Marketing, Fox Racing.

 

IceOne Racing will field a 3-man squad in 2018, with Gautier Paulin and Max Anstie competing in the ever stacked MXGP World Championship. Youth Rider Mikkel Haarup will graduate from the EMX125 class to the EMX250 Class. The team riders will use Fox V3 Helmets with MVRS (Magnetic Visor Release System), Instinct Boots, and both Flexair & 360 Racewear. Max Anstie and Mikkel Haarup will also take to the treacherous MXGP circuits with the all new FOX Vue Goggle.


IceOne Racing will debut on the world stage with Fox Racing on March 4th when the 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship kicks off with the MXGP of Patagonia in Neuquen, Argentina. 

About IceOne Racing

Paulin is coming off an amazing season last year where he finished 3rd Overall in the MXGP World Championship and again led Team France to their 4th MX of Nations title in a row. Max Anstie had a strong showing in 2017 as a Rookie in the MXGP Class with multiple podium overall finishes, and enters his Sophomore season in the premier class for 2018 with his eye on race wins. Youth prodigy Mikkel Haarup will continue the progression of his racing career in 2018 and enters the EMX250 Class after finishing 2nd Overall in the 2017 EMX125 Championship. 

        

 

18-01-25
FOX AND ICEONE RACING AGREE TO LONG TERM PARTNERSHIP
We are pleased to announce the agreement of a long-term partnership with IceOne Racing, with support for the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Team beginning in the 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship.
 

“For us partnering with FOX is the next natural step, lifting up our team level of rider safety, performance and visual appeal. We are looking forward to this journey together and we can’t wait to make our own contribution to the great heritage of FOX and Husqvarna in Motocross – great partners who belong together.” - Antti Pyrhönen, IceOne Racing Team Manager.

 

“Fox and IceOne Racing share a relentless desire to elevate both performance and style, so this partnership is as natural as they come.” - Jeff Taylor, Senior VP of Global Marketing, Fox Racing.

 

IceOne Racing will debut on the world stage with Fox Racing on March 4th when the 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship kicks off with the MXGP of Patagonia in Neuquen, Argentina.

 

MEET THE TEAM

 

 

RACE RECAP
18-01-23
Anaheim 2 - Supercross Race Recap

Anaheim 2 marked the first round of the Triple Crown format for the 2018 Supercross series. The Triple Crown features a unique 3 main event format that would see good starts being more critical than the traditional single main event SX format. Shorter main events meant less time to come through the pack.

 

250 SX –

The 250 class saw both Monster Pro-Circuit Kawasaki Fox riders Joey Savatgy and Adam Cianciarulo getting great starts in all 3 main events. Savatgy would go on to win 2 of the 3 mains giving him the overall Triple Crown victory for the night. Joey’s strong performance had him leave Anaheim tied for the Championship points lead.

 

450 SX –

In a night where starts were critical, Ken Roczen struggled to get off the line in the first two main events. A good start and a solid ride in the third main saw Ken finish in 4th place. Ken leaves A2 in 4th place in the overall championship.

 

Still riding himself into race shape after a preseason injury, Chad Reed won the last chance qualifier during the day to get into the night program. Gutty rides in the 3 mains saw Chad come him in 14th overall for the night.  

 

 

Photos: Ryne Swanberg/Garth Milan of Octopi Media

GEAR CHECK
18-01-22
Gear Check - Ken Roczen

The Gear Check is back with another round of recommendations from our pro athletes. Today, we’re joined by Fox SX/MX rider Ken Roczen. Take a look below for a full rundown of the equipment he wore last weekend at Anaheim 2 Supercross.  

 

 

 

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GEAR CHECK
18-01-16
Gear Check: Chad Reed

Hey everyone! This year we’re trying something new. Welcome to The Gear Check, where you’ll get a look inside our rider’s gear bag, so to speak. Feel free to let us know on Instagram how you like this format and who you’re interested in seeing next. Up first, Chad Reed and his Houston Supercross gear check. 

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ALL NEW
18-01-09
THE ALL NEW VUE GOGGLE

Jan 4th, 2018 – Irvine, CA Ken Roczen views the world through a different lens. After what would have been a career ending injury for most, Ken Roczen saw himself back on the bike and back at the gate. We worked tirelessly with Ken inside our MOTO-X LAB to create a goggle to suit his vision. The Vue goggle features unmatched field of vision, an injection molded Polycarbonate lens and our exclusive TruLock quick change lens system. Now, you can see the same possibilities as Ken Roczen.

 

“Getting the widest field of vision was really critical for me. We went through several rounds of samples to get it right. I am really happy with the final product.” – Ken Roczen   

“Ken really pushed the team on the Vue goggle project. His input and direct communication with our design and development team really elevated the entire process. We are very proud to see the Vue goggle come to life at A1 on Kenny.”
 – Mark Finley, Global Director of Communications and Consumer Insights 

 

For more information, and to view the full range of Fox products, visit a local Fox Dealer or ‪VUE Goggle information page 

NEW
18-01-03
Introducing The All New VUE Goggle
Jan 4th, 2018 – Irvine, CA Ken Roczen views the world through a different lens. After what would have been a career ending injury for most, Ken Roczen saw himself back on the bike and back at the gate. We worked tirelessly with Ken inside our MOTO-X LAB to create a goggle to suit his vision. The Vue goggle features unmatched field of vision, an injection molded Polycarbonate lens and our exclusive TruLock quick change lens system. Now, you can see the same possibilities as Ken Roczen.

“Getting the widest field of vision was really critical for me. We went through several rounds of samples to get it right. I am really happy with the final product.” – Ken Roczen   

 

“Ken really pushed the team on the Vue goggle project. His input and direct communication with our design and development team really elevated the entire process. We are very proud to see the Vue goggle come to life at A1 on Kenny.”
 – Mark Finley, Global Director of Communications and Consumer Insights 

 

For more information, and to view the full range of Fox products, visit a local Fox Dealer or ‪www.foxracing.ca 

 

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About Fox Racing 
For over 4 decades, Fox Racing has been the global leader in motocross and mountain biking gear and apparel. Fox outfits the world’s best competitive action sport athletes and enthusiasts with products that combine innovation and style, rooted in the brand’s original competitive motocross spirit. The company is based in Irvine, California, with offices, retail stores, and an international roster of sponsored athletes, located around the world. 

17-12-29
46th ANNUAL AMATEUR MX WINTER OLYMPICS

46th Annual Winter Olympics

Gatorback Cycle Park

Gainesville, FL.

November 21-25th, 2017

 

The 46th Annual running of the Winter Olympics kicked off this past week at the iconic Gatorback Cycle Park. This unique event features 2 race tracks, Supercross during the first half of the week, followed by the outdoor Motocross portion of the event.  At the end of the week these scores are combined to crown the overall Olympiad.  The unpredictable Florida weather hindered the schedule this week, cancelling racing for the entire day of Thanksgiving, ultimately causing the promotors to cut LCQ’s out of the event, making for a cut-throat make-it-or-break-it sense of urgency each moto.

In the A/Pro classes, Garrett Marchbanks won the 450 Pro Sport in both SX and MX, this also being his debut race in the A class!  Brazilian, Enzo Lopes, was also on fire in the first half of the week with a 250 Pro Sport win in SX, yet Enzo having a bad get-off ended up unable to finish out the week.  In the B class and still new to the 250f transition, Stilez Robertson was killing it with a 250 B Limited SX championship, along with a handful of podium finishes.  Oklahoma’s Jesse Flock was also a contender in the B class all week with a 450 B Limited SX title.  JJ Jarvis was riding great in the Girls and Women’s classes as well, taking the gold in SX and MX in the Girls Sr. class, and just missing the top spot in the Women’s 14+ with 2 second place finishes, though she was chipping away at the leader each lap, but ran out of time during the reduced number of laps due to the rain delay during the week.  In the SuperMini class, Jeremy Ryan claimed the SuperMini 2 (13-16) class title in the MX half of the week.  John Grewe took a permanent residency on the podium this week!  John won 10 of his 12 motos, wrapping up all 4 Overall Olympiad titles in the 35+, 40+, 45+, and 50+.  At the end of the week John was given the Vet Masters Award, with the only blemish on his record was having the 35+ SX gold medal taken by RedDog Timmy Ferry.

Congratulations to all finishers and champions!  Below is a list of Fox team top 3 results, along with a link to full event results.

Photo credit:  Jacob Souder - @hbmotoco

 

1st PLACE – CHAMPION

Garrett Marchbanks – 450 A / Pro Sport (SX/MX Olympiad)

Enzo Lopes – 250 Pro Sport (SX)

Stilez Robertson – 250 B Limited (SX)

Jesse Flock – 250 B (SX/MX Olympiad)

Jeremy Ryan – SuperMini 2 (13-16) (MX)

Jordan Jarvis – Girls Sr. (12-16) (SX/MX Olympiad)

Timmy Ferry – 35+ (SX)

John Grewe – 35+ (SX/MX Olympiad)

John Grewe – 40+ (SX/MX Olympiad)

John Grewe – 45+ (SX/MX Olympiad)

John Grewe – 50+ (SX/MX Olympiad)

** John Grewe – Vet Masters Award **

 

 

2nd PLACE

Stilez Robertson – 250 B (SX)

Stilez Robertson – SchoolBoy 2 (13-16) (SX)

Jesse Flock – 450 B (SX/MX Olympiad)

Marco Cannella - College (16-24) (SX/MX Olympiad)

Jordan Jarvis – Women 14+ (SX/MX Olympiad)

 

 

3rd PLACE

Jesse Flock – SchoolBoy 2 (13-16) (SX)

Jesse Flock 450 B (MX)

 

 

17-11-10
Fox Racing Welcomes Dean Wilson to The Team!

Fox Racing is excited to welcome Dean Wilson to the Fox family. Dean joins our elite team of athletes and will ride in our helmets, boots and goggles. 

From overcoming multiple injuries and racing his way back to a factory ride, Dean’s commitment and dedication to the sport proves he has what it takes to be a top contender, and we are proud to support him on and off the track.

“As a brand and company known for innovation and being the best, Dean brings a considerable amount to the table. Having him on the team will energize, and elevate our program.” – Chris Onstott, Global MX Sports Marketing Director