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Favorite Gear

Hijinx - Shadow Camo/Grey (03-598)

The Hijinx is such a bitchen glass. I really like it in the Matte Black.

Johnny Greaves

Off Road Racing

Beginning at the age of 12 in motocross, Johnny Greaves has won races and championships in every level of competition. At 23, he switched to four wheels and soon earned success while buggy racing in SCORE off-road desert and SODA short-course off-road series (the precursor to Championship Off Road Racing – CORR). In the early ’90s, Greaves, from the Green Bay Wisconsin area, earned multiple buggy-class championships, including an incredible “double” in 1992 with titles in Class 1-1600 and Class 9. That same year, Greaves took his first steps in compact trucks by racing select events in Class 7s. ...

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Recent Off Road Racing News

  • Bryce Menzies Wins 2014 SCORE Baja 500


    Posted about 1 month ago by John Ohail

    Las Vegas native Bryce Menzies won the 2014 SCORE Baja 500 over the weekend in a two-day, 447.86-mile shootout for the title. Menzies toed the line on June 7th as one of 232 starters. He ended the event first out of the eventual 126 total finishers.

  • Test Romp: Off-Road Star Ricky Johnson to Run Mind-Blowing Airwave Goggle at Red Bull Frozen Rush, R&D for Motorsports


    Posted over 1 year ago by Andrew De Lara

    Ricky Johnson is used to blazing trails. Smashing into fame with AMA national championships and some epic seasons in the Outdoors and Supercross, the converted off-road star is set to plow his way into history even more by mashing an off-road vehicle in freezing temperatures at Red Bull Frozen Rush this coming weekend. Armed and dangerous with two sets of Oakley’s mind-blowing Airwave™ GPS enabled goggle, the long-time ripper will conduct research and development, real time, for the goggle’s future evolution into other potential projects and usage.

  • Heating Up: Oakley Rally Rippers Claim Two Dakar Rally Stages, Sainz Makes Glorious Return


    Posted over 1 year ago by Andrew De Lara

    The infamous Dakar Rally’s monstrous jaws are chomping for victims. And Oakley’s team rippers have been more than ready to charge at the premiere raid event – taking the truly international stage in efforts to trample adversaries in the treacherous Peruvian desert race. So far, they haven’t disappointed. Raging back into action after missing last year’s race, Oakley’s past champ, Carlos Sainz, emphatically claimed the first stage around Pisco this past Saturday. The result tallied his 25th Dakar stage all-time.