• Dungey Closes the Title Race Gap With Win at Washougal

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    Posted 3 days ago by Chasen Marshall

    Washougal was exactly the result Ryan Dungey needed in order to keep his title hopes alive. Trailing Oakley teammate Ken Roczen by 24 points heading into the weekend, Dungey won both motos, while Roczen took two thirds. The win – Dungey’s 30th of his 450 Class career – takes a 10-point chunk out of Roczen’s lead for the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship title, with three rounds remaining in the 2014 season. “Today was just about coming in and not worrying about the championship. There’s a lot of racing left [this season],” said Dungey, who won for the sixth time at Washougal. “We just tried to put out our best effort and we did that. We got great starts and Eli [Tomac] kept us honest in that second moto, but I just really tried to put the hammer down and extend the gap. Fortunately, we did that. I love it here [at Washougal] and this just feels awesome.”

  • Tomac Gets First 450cc Win at Spring Creek, Prolonging the Dungey/Roczen Title Race

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    Posted 10 days ago by Chasen Marshall

    It was a big day for Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship rookie Eli Tomac at Spring Creek. After taking his first career moto win in the 450cc class by a 16-second margin, he followed it up with a second consecutive moto win and his first 1-1 sweep. “Today was a tough one the way the track was,” said Tomac, who has finished on the overall podium in each of his four career starts. “Going into the second moto I knew I had to get out there and get a good start. We ended up getting the holeshot then the red flag came out and I thought to myself ‘is this really happening?’ Luckily enough I got another one. [Justin] Brayton was right there, but after that I was just hitting my marks and I felt really comfortable.”

  • Team Oakley Continues to Dominate the 2014 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship

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    Posted 25 days ago by Oakley

    Halfway through the 2014 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, Team Oakley has swept three of six podiums and is showing no signs of letting off the gas. Leading the charge is the 450 Class rookie Ken Roczen who extended his championship standing points lead over teammate Ryan Dungey to 26-points with his win this past weekend at RedBud National.

Ryan Dungey

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Oakley products are the best in our sport and the image and sports marketing that supports what I do is second to none. I feel privileged to be considered an "Oakley athlete."

Date of Birth:
December 4, 1989
Hometown:
Belle Plaine, Minn.
Sponsors:
Red Bull, KTM, Fox, Target, Oakley, Skullcandy, Trek, Wheaties
Hobbies:
Training and riding road bicycles

Career Highlights

    • 2010 World Supercross Champion
    • 2010 MX Des Nations - 1st Place
    • 2010 AMA Motocross Champion
    • 5-Time Winner: 2010 AMA Supercross
    • 2009 AMA Supercross Lites Champion
    • 2009 AMA 250 Motocross Champion
    • 2009 MX Des Nations - 1st Place
    • 2008 AMA Supercross Lites West Series - 2nd
    • 2008 AMA 250 Motocross Series - 2nd
    • 2007 Atlanta AMA Supercross Lites - 1st Place
    • 2007 Indianapolis AMA Supercross Lites - 1st Place
    • 2007 Detroit AMA Supercross Lites - 1st Place
    • 2006 Reno Arenacross - 1st Place
    • Loretta Lynn's - 1 championship
    • Lake Whitney - 3 championships
    • Oakhill - 3 championships
    • World Mini - 4 championships
    • Winter Olympics - 2 Championships
    • Branson - 1 Champion