• Age Is Just A Number: 40-Year-Old Brian Lopes Claims MTB World Cup Eliminator Victory

    HOU_12_00214_AJ

    Posted over 2 years ago by John Ohail

    Oakley mountain bike legend Brian Lopes proved once again that age is nothing but a number when he took top prize in the inaugural MTB World Cup Eliminator held in Houffalize, Belgium. The forty-year old American Lopes took down a field full of younger mountain bike studs in the first World Cup running of this exciting new format. His convincing win in the men’s race gives him World Cup victories in three disciplines: dual slalom, four cross and now eliminator. Lopes has claimed more World Cup wins than any other male mountain biker in the sport’s history – why not add one more to the trophy case?

  • Cyclocross: Brian Lopes Claims Second Consecutive Southern California-Nevada District Title – Eite Men’s Class

    Lopes_CyclocrossStateChamp

    Posted over 2 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Make it two years in a row. After Thanksgiving dinners and holiday cheer, Oakley’s long-time Mountain Bike Star Brian Lopes threw on some skinny tires and took it hard to the competition at the “Turkey Trot” – Southern California-Nevada District Cyclocross Championships in Verdugo Park. Busting out a total time of 58:19:8 – Brian emerged with the Men’s Elite Class victory, blazing the 2.7 km course and leaving the more than 500 overall racers in his dust. Image: Corey Keiser

  • SuperEnduro: Lopes takes the win in Italy!

    Enduro_4

    Posted about 4 years ago by Brian Lopes

    This past 4th of July weekend, Lopes celebrated the independence of the red, white and blue in the gorgeous town of Sauze d’Oulx, Italy. Where the beautiful landscape and breathtaking race track was the perfect setting for the second stage of the Superenduro PRO circuit.

Brian Lopes

RH-130406-124649
Date of Birth:
September 9, 1971
Hometown:
Laguna Beach, CA
Hobbies:
Motocross, Anything to do with cars (old & new), collecting Dr. Seuss art

Career Highlights

    • 4 time World Champion- 2001, 2002, 2005, 2007
    • 9X National Champion
    • Becoming an author with Lee McCormack on our book titled, "Mastering Mountain Biking Skills"
    • More wins than any other male mountain biker
    • 26 UCI World Cup Victories
    • ESPY nominee "Action Sport Athlete of the Year"- 2001
    • NEA "Mountain Biker of the Year"- 2000, 2001
    • Inducted into the Mountain Bike and BMX Hall of Fame- 2008
    • 2012: California Golden State Champion (Super D)