Retired Supercross champs Ryan Dungey and Ryan Villopoto ended up on the podium in the two-stroke only Red Bull Straight Rhythm, but were no match for Shane McElrath who beat Dungey to the win.
It was on an exciting and nostalgic night at the Pomona Fairplex in Southern California as the
We joined Ryan Dungey on the launch of the 2019 KTM motocross range in Italy to test out all the brand new two-stroke and four-stroke machines from Austria.
Here's a quick first impression run down of the machines prior to our full test report and video out in the new MotoHead
Ken Roczen and GOAT Ricky Carmichael talk about Ryan Dungey in these cool interviews from FOX. Roczen, who talks about how different he is to Dungey, talks frankly about the retired champion.
Long time sponsors Fox Racing have released this epic film charting the career of Supercross champ Ryan Dungey. Sit back, relax and enjoy!
Fast Brits Jake Nicholls, Jonny Walker, Ben and Nathan Watson are joined by Ryan Dungey, Marvin Musquin, Tony Cairoli, Jeffrey Herlings and top FMX stars in this cool edit which has just won the Los Angeles Drone Film Festival. Check out the amazing action!
Ryan Dungey says goodbye to his professional motocross career with this cool video riding in a corn field - back to his roots!
Every year we Fox Racing has shoot photos and videos our the top riders but due to their heavy schedules, usually end up shooting each rider by themselves. This year Fox assembled all of our available riders in one location at one time. Having this many bad dudes in one
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
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.
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