Former AMA Supercross and MX champ Ryan Villopoto has signed up to front emerging clothing brand Canvas MX with these wild looking gear!
"The Canvas MX team is proud to bring Ryan Villopoto on board as more than just a Brand Ambassador but as a Partner," said the announcement.
Villopoto is now
Enter the Champions Circle. In 2011, Ryan Villopoto was your first-ever Monster Energy Cup Champion AND the first-ever million dollar winner! Hear how it all happened from the champ himself in this week's video.
Ryan Villopoto seems to be up to quite a few things, racing 2-strokes and now running summer camps. Knowledge from one of the all-time greats is priceless.
RV leads lap one from Verize
local rider Bryce Verize pulled off the biggest win of his career by stalking
then passing Ryan Villopoto to win the 125 All-Star race at the Pala US
Verize puts the pressure on Villopoto
Villopoto set off right on the outside gate and railed round the first corner
Villopoto has lost none of his style
If anyone doubted Ryan Villopoto had lost his racing edge then fear not, the former Supercross and US National champion is still super fast. Riding a Yamaha YZ125 tuned by Pro Circuit's Mitch Payton but running stock forks, RV snagged the holeshot in the
In this week’s Science of Supercross engineered by Kawasaki, we sit down with some legends to discuss what pressure, responsibility, and sacrifice come with being one of the world’s top athletes.
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
Former AMA supercross champ Ryan Villopoto comes out of retirement to race tonight's Monster Cup in Las Vegas. He'll race a Yamaha YZF450 against MX champ Eli Tomac, Yamaha's Justin Barcia plus Joey Savatgy making his factory 450 debut for Kawasaki and Cooper Webb out for the first time on
Bet you can't guess who won!
Yamaha will be taking the wraps off its first 65cc race bike for decades at Saturday's San Diego Supercross. The bike, which has been part of a teaser campaign over the past month, will be revealed by Yamaha's new ambassador Ryan Villopoto in the paddock at the event in Southern