• All O: Supercross Atlanta Podium Utterly Owned By Oakley Team Riders, Ryan Dungey Tightens Championship Standings Race


    Posted over 2 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Apparently, Oakley’s Motocross Team loves the A.T.L. In a monster sweep of the Supercross podium (and the Top Four overall finishes), the team, lead by resurging O star, Ryan Dungey, displayed its utter dominance in the Georgia Dome this past weekend. Rounding off the awards stage, Oakley’s defending Supercross Champ, Ryan Villopoto (RV), and James “Bubba” Stewart gripped onto their positions amongst the riders in the top of the Championship standings – capping off yet another super intense battle for 450 supremacy in the land of peaches.

  • Triple! Motocross Star Ryan Villopoto Grabs Third Straight Supercross Triumph in Texas


    Posted over 2 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Oakley Motocross Star Ryan Villopoto (RV) and Chad Reed have been battling for Main Event superiority, head-to-head, most of the season. Arlington was no different. The two speedsters, aiming for an advantage in the overall Championship standings, came out the gates blazing – with Reed near the front of the pack. But in the second turn, RV powered himself to the lead, leaving the entire field to double track’s first triple. And although Reed was hot on his tail for the first six laps, he fell victim to a heap in the soft sandy section of the course – bowing out with a leg injury.

  • Three! Motocross Star Ryan Villopoto Bags Supercross San Diego, Retakes Standings Lead


    Posted over 2 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    The heated battle for the top of the Supercross standings is raging on. Retaking the lead in his Title defense, Oakley Motocross Star Ryan Villopoto claimed a resounding victory in San Diego before a massive crowd of 58,782 raucous fans in Qualcomm Stadium. It was his third victory on the season. “You really had to be smooth every lap,” Ryan said, rocking his Signature Series Oakley MX Goggles. “San Diego’s dirt is really slippery and made it tough to be consistent for the full 20-lap main event. I’ve never won San Diego in the Supercross Class. It was great to get my first win here and end Chad’s (Reed) win streak at Qualcomm Stadium. Hopefully I can start a streak my own as we head to Cowboys Stadium next week.”

Ryan Villopoto


Success is Where Preparation meets Opportunity.

Date of Birth:
August 13, 1988
Poulsbo, WA: Rainy!
Monster Energy Kawasaki, Thor, Volcom, Vans, Falken Tires, Alpinestars
Wake surfing, Fishing, Hunting

Career Highlights

    • 2006 AMA National Motocross Lites Champion
    • 2006 AMA Supercross/Motocross Rookie of the Year
    • 2007 AMA West Supercross Lites Champion
    • 2007 AMA Motocross Lites Champion
    • 2007 Member of winning Team USA at the Motocross of Nations in USA
    • 2008 AMA National Motocross Lites 250 Champion
    • 2009 1st AMA Supercross Series 450 class Seattle, WA
    • 2009 1st AMA Supercross Series 450 class Las Vegas
    • 2010 1st Supercross San Francisco
    • 2010 1st Supercross Anaheim 3
    • 2010 1st Supercross Indianapolis
    • 2010 1st Supercross Daytona
    • 2010 1st Supercross Toronto
    • 2010 1st Supercross Jacksonville
    • 2011 AMA Supercross World Champion
    • 2010 1st Supercross Houston