• James Stewart Tears Up Oakley HQ MX Track & Building

    James Stewart Enters Oakley Theater For Oakley Week

    Posted over 4 years ago by Matt Murray

    The best motorcross racer in the world, James Stewart tore up Oakley headquarters today, from ripping up the MX track around the compound to the lobby to the sales department hallways. Bubba made himself at home for filming FUEL TV’s Oakley Week at as he put it, “it’s the coolest company and building ever, I mean where else can you tear through a place like this while people are working on their phones making billion dollar deals?”

  • Official Press Release: "OAKLEY HOSTS FUEL TV’S DAILY HABIT"

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    Posted over 4 years ago by Matt Murray

    Look for Oakley’s world class action sport athletes including Olympic Gold Medalist Shaun White, Summer X Games Gold Medalist Ryan Sheckler, Current AMA Supercross Champion James Stewart, World Champion Wakeboarder Aaron Rathy and iconic surfer Bruce Irons to be featured in their own episodes for the signature week at the unique Oakley compound in Foothill Ranch, CA.

  • Oakley Announces Athletes & Filming Dates For FUEL TV’s Oakley Week

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    Posted over 4 years ago by Matt Murray

    For the first time ever, FUEL TV’s signature show “The Daily Habit” will be filmed in front of a live to tape audience at the Oakley Theater in Foothill Ranch, CA.

James "Bubba" Stewart

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Everybody out there knows Oakley is the best!

Date of Birth:
December 21, 1985
Hometown:
Haines City, FL
Sponsors:
Red Bull, Answer, Yamaha, Nike, Oakley
Hobbies:
Play Riding, Boating, Golf, Road Cycling, Wakeboarding, Tubing, Mini-bike Supercross

Career Highlights

    • Set a record for amateur national wins at 11
    • Most wins in a season by a rookie (14)
    • Most overall AMA motocross wins in a season (11)
    • Most career 125 motocross overall wins (29)
    • Most combined 125 Supercross and motocross wins at 47
    • Only rider to win all 3 AMA 125 titles (East and West Supercross, and a pair of National Championships
    • 2006 World GP Supercross Champion
    • 2007 World GP Supercross Champion
    • 2007 AMA Supersross Champion
    • 2008 Motocross of Nations Champion
    • 2009 FIM World Supercross Champion
    • 2008 AMA Motocross National Champion
    • 2009 AMA Supercross Champion