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Kyle Strait

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With his out-of-nowhere win at the 2001 Sea Otter Classic, Kyle was hailed as “the next Ryan Nyquist.” He squeeezes in NORBA competitions, World Cup contests, and global one-off events such as Red Bull Rampage. Kyle won the 2004 Red Bull Taxco Downtown with a 60-foot gap jump as well as the 2005 Red Bull Valparaiso Downtown. But his most exciting competition was the 2004 World Junior Downhill Championships in France. Kyle’s third-place finish was his first World Championship podium and the only downhill medal awarded to a U.S. rider. Read more about Kyle Strait

Recent Mountain Bike News

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    Posted almost 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.

  • Oakley Victorious At World Cup Fort William


    Posted almost 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    Oakley’s 2008 World Champion Gee Atherton, wearing Crowbar, won on home soil last weekend at the UCI Downhill Mountain Bike World in Fort William, Scotland. Oakley’s World Cup and World Champion Jared Graves, wearing Mayhem, powered to victory in the 4 cross. Oakley’s South African Greg Minnaar finished 1.21 seconds behind Gee in downhill and placed third. Minnaar continues to lead the downhill men’s series. Oakley’s Rachel Atherton, wearing the O Frame, took second in women downhill, missing first by just over a second.

  • Oakley's Andrew Neethling and Tracy Moseley Win At US Open


    Posted almost 4 years ago by

    Oakley’s Andrew Neethling and Tracy Moseley won last weekend at the prestigious US Open downhill at Diablo Freeride park in New Jersey. Oakley’s Gee Atherton came in 0.54 seconds behind Neethling and took second. Oakley’s Jill Kintner placed second in the women’s event.

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