• James Stewart Grabs Silver in Moto X Best Whip


    Posted almost 5 years ago by ESPN

    Runner-up James Stewart was a ball of energy while collecting his 20 percent of the vote, cupping his ear to the crowd to pump his approval rating from the fans. After the contest, he even bowed down to Potter and gave the winner his jersey, the stakes agreed upon during some good natured trash talk before the event.

  • Ricky Carmichael and Ronnie Renner Share Gold Medal in Moto X Step Up


    Posted almost 5 years ago by ESPN

    Fighting their way to a contested tie, Ricky Carmichael and Ronnie Renner each won their second career gold medal in Moto X Step Up at X Games 15.

  • Up Against the Wall: Ricky Carmichael Finishes 29th in Martinsville "Scratch and Dent 250"


    Posted over 5 years ago by

    With its super short straights and amusement park-like corners, Martinsville is an old school anomaly and one that, far more than any other track on the Trans-American circuit, chews up and spits out brake parts. A full-on scratch and dent race 131.5 miles in length, Ricky Carmichael would be jamming the brake pedal into the aluminum floorboard of his Chevy well over 300 times throughout the course of the race. With boss and coach Kevin Harvick always in his ear, RC was certainly cognizant of not only his brakes, but of the other 35 trucks that would be leaving streaks of rubber and big gouges all over his #4 Oakley Chevrolet. However when all was said and done and his truck looking like a torn-up tuna fish can covered in melted Good Year rubber, Carmichael hung tough and finished a respectable 29th.

Ricky Carmichael


Do it right or don't do it at all….You get out of it what you put in to it…I never wanted to look back and regret that I didn't work hard enough or should have done more to achieve my goal...

Date of Birth:
January 27, 1979
Tallahassee, FL. Everyone who comes here loves it.
Monster Energy, Fox Racing, Suzuki
Wakeboarding, cycling, hunting, fishing

Career Highlights

    • Recognized in the sport as the G.O.A.T. (Greatest Of All Time) with 144 career victories at the professional level
    • 2006 AMA World Supercross Champion
    • 2006 AMA Supercross Champion
    • 2005 AMA Motocross Champion
    • 2004 Motocross Champion as well as his second perfect season
    • 2003 250 Supercross and Motocross Champion
    • 1st perfect season in MX history (2002 AMA/Chevy Trucks Motocross)
    • 2001 250 Supercross and Motocross Champion
    • Holds the highest win percentage in AMA history for any rider
    • 2000 5th place in the 2001 250 EA Supercross Series
    • 2000 1st place in the 2001 250 EA Motocross Series
    • 2000 Lead Team USA to a win at the Motocross Des Nations
    • 1999 1st place in the 2000 250 Supercross Series
    • 1997 Atlanta SX 125 Class - Fist SX Win
    • 1997 125cc Outdoor Championship (rookie year)