Dungey retires!

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing team rider Ryan Dungey announced today his retirement from professional racing in a press conference hosted by KTM inside the iconic Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California. Dungey’s announcement comes shortly after securing his third-consecutive AMA 450SX Championship aboard the KTM 450 SX-F FACTORY EDITION in what would

How Dungey won the Supercross crown

There may be rumours that he won't even take part in the 2017 AMA Nationals, but for now KTM is celebrating the achievement of Ryan Dungey in taking the 2017 Supercross crown after the last-race thriller in Las Vegas.

Dungey and Beirer talk SX victory!

In the last three seasons, Ryan Dungey’s consistency and dominance aboard his KTM 450 SX-F has amassed a total of 20 wins plus 25 podiums and the American ace from Minnesota has not been out of the top four in any main event; an impressive feat at the very highest

What Tomac and Dungey said after Vegas!

Eli Tomac talks about his tactics to try to win the title and Dungey about Tomac's dirty riding after the Las vegas Supercross finale. Plus what Zach Osborne said, race highlights and much more! "I wanted to be aggressive," said Tomac. "I have respect for Eli and desires run deep. I don't

How the AMA championships were won!

After a long and thrilling title fight that began the first full weekend in January, Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, came to a dramatic conclusion with its 17th and final race on Saturday night in front of a sold out crowd of 39,509 inside Sam Boyd Stadium.

Full race coverage of Las Vegas SX thriller!

Check out the main event action from the Las Vegas Supercross finale. Watch them while you can! There are two versions of each race in case they get taken down! Las Vegas SX | 450 Main by tania-vaidiliene Las Vegas SX | 250 Main by tania-vaidiliene https://youtu.be/BVlKo7qIGfQ https://youtu.be/9MuTIhg3PxM  

Tomac takes Dungey in Salt Lake thriller

A crowd of 43,207 fans, the series' largest attendance ever at Rice-Eccles Stadium, was on hand to watch an incredible come-from-behind effort by Monster Energy Kawasaki's Eli Tomac, who passed nine riders and overcame Team Red Bull KTM Factory Racing rider Ryan Dungey late to capture his ninth 450SX Class