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Ryan Villopoto


Ryan Villopoto is the third person in history to win his first premier class race and the only other person besides Carmichael to claim three-straight 250 motocross titles and then win his 450-class debut. His first championship came outdoors in 2006 following a third place in the Western SX Lites series. He backed that up with a sweep of 2007 and was poised to do it again in ’08 but came up short in the final SX Lites race. Newcomer Trey Canard pulled an aggressive move in the battle for the race win and championship that sent RV off the track. V...

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    Posted almost 2 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Jeffrey Herlings is merely 17 years old…and already making history. Oakley’s Dutch Motocross phenom lapped most of the field before a massive collection of crazed home fans at Lierop Grand Prix this past weekend. The youngster, charging into the event with a commanding MX 2 class championship standings lead over Tommy Searle, smoked KTM teammate Jeremy Van Horebeek in Moto 1 to claim victory at an insane 2:07 minutes ahead. In general, he flat out embarrassed riders all day long. And he fully intended to. “I came out today with a pole position and made two hole shots,” Jeff said, rocking his Oakley MX goggles and Dispatch 2 eyewear. “The first moto was unbelievable. I just cruised my way to the finish, and lapped up until second, only my teammate Jeremy stayed in the same lap so it was an awesome race. And in the second moto, I took the hole shot again and lapped up to fourth and I got the full 50 points. I’ve extended my points lead on Tommy so I really happy with that one.”

  • The Champion: Ryan Dungey Claims AMA Pro Motocross Title Early With Unadilla Domination


    Posted almost 2 years ago by Andrew De Lara

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  • RedBud: Motocross Star Ryan Dungey Owns Favorite Track For Fourth Straight Victory


    Posted about 2 years ago by Andrew De Lara

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