MX Articles by Date

April 2011

  • LEGEND: Ricky Carmichael’s Glorious Oakley Career Highlighted in One Icon Magazine-Issue 2

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    Posted about 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    They call him GOAT. But Oakley’s Motocross Legend Ricky Carmichael can’t get any further from sheepish. The “Greatest of All Time” – as he’s affectionately referred to – has grown with the Oakley family from the very beginning. From his very first pair of “O Frame” motocross goggles – to his Supercross Championships – to his current endeavors in racing NASCAR Trucks, read more about the GOAT’s journey, while stepping into the culture and spirit of Oakley in One Icon Magazine – Issue 2.

  • Points Battle: James “Bubba” Stewart Claims Victory at Supercross-Seattle

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    Posted about 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    The points battle for the top of the Supercross Standings definitely isn’t cooling off. In fact, it’s flat out blazing. Oakley’s Motocross Superstar James “Bubba” Stewart boldly proved that this past weekend as he claimed a resounding victory in Seattle, powering himself seven points forward in the rankings (284) to a mere two points behind fellow O star Ryan Dungey (286), who currently sits in third. With just a few races left, the intensity is absolutely peaking with a final outcome nearly impossible to predict.

  • Emotional Sweep! James “Bubba” Stewart Claims Supercross-St. Louis Victory, Dungey and Villopoto Round Out Podium

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    Posted over 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    It doesn’t get much more dramatic than this, folks. Oakley’s Motocross Superstar James “Bubba” Stewart literally shed tears of joy following his resounding victory at Supercross in St. Louis this past weekend – topping an Oakley-packed podium with fellow O riders Ryan Dungey and Ryan Villopoto rounding out the winner’s group. The joyful weeping came as Bubba tasted the fruit of victory for the first time since Anaheim II – and on the heels of some super dramatic races where gnarly crashes, in-race collisions and vicious battles dominated the scenery for the industry veteran.

  • Rodeo: Ryan Villopoto Claims Second at Supercross Dallas, Retakes Championship Lead

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    Posted over 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    The intense battle for the Supercross Championship lead has been nothing short of a rodeo this year – with the top riders bucking each other off as more drama unfolds every race. Dallas was no different. Oakley MX star Ryan Villopoto emerged with a solid second place finish in the Lonestar State – kicking him back up into the standings lead and sending last week’s leader Reed six points back. O’s own defending Ryan Dungey rounded out the podium after scoring his first win last week, keeping him well in the hunt himself. But as always, it wasn’t a pretty road. In fact, it was downright nasty.