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Austin Forkner
Farm Boy
Austin Forkner a commencé sa carrière de motocross en 2003 à l'âge de cinq ans. Dès sa première année, il a remporté la Show-Me Fall Series. Plus tard, il a continué à courir dans son Etat jusqu'en 2005, quand il est entré dans sa première compétition nationale amateur à Ponca City, en terminant parmi les 10 premiers en 50cc 7-8 ans.

La course et la compétition coulent dans les veines d'Austin. Son père est un rider de smooth motocross, et sa mère est une cavalière de Barrel Racing à cheval, ce qui rend naturel pour eux de soutenir Austin. Ses parents étaient le principal soutien d'Austin jusqu'en 2010. Cette même année, Austin était le seul jeune pilote à avoir remporté deux titres nationaux chez Loretta. Depuis son premier titre national AMA chez Loretta, Austin a roulé pour Kawasaki Team Green en tant que pilote d’usine.

En 2015, Austin a jeté son dévolu sur les courses pro, et a élaboré un plan sur la façon dont il ferait la transition vers le monde professionnelle. Il a fait sa dernière course amateur aux Championnats nationaux Loretta Lynn en août 2015 avec 2 victoires. Puis il a commencé à travailler sur son programme professionnel. En septembre, lors de sa première course pro, il a terminé 4e derrière 3 vétérans chevronnés du sport. En janvier, il a couru 2 courses Arenacross en remportant le deuxième à Greensboro. Austin a conclu sa carrière amateur avec des victoires à Daytona et Freestone.
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Brett Rheeder
Freeride Royalty
Brett Rheeder, connu pour ses talents d’air-grabbing spectaculaires, a été baptisé «Freeride Royalty» par Dirt Magazine. Né en 1993, ce natif de Mount Albert, en Ontario, est le Michael Jordan de l’industrie Freeride. Son travail acharné et son dévouement à son métier ne passent pas inaperçus.

Sa précision à chaque course montre à quel point il se concentre sur la préparation. Du vélo de montagne urbain aux sauts spectaculaires dans le pays, ses vidéos Web sont parmi les plus vues pour Fox. L’ambiance de la foule quand le nom de Rheeder est appelé pour démarrer son Redbull Joyride sesh est impressionante. Nous assistons à l’excellence.
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TIM GAJSER - 2019 MXGP World Champion | 18/08/19

It was a massive weekend in Italy for HRC's Tim Gajser as the 22-year old Slovenian clinched the 2019 MXGP World Championship at Round 15 of the series. All eyes were on Gajser heading into the weekend, as he edged closer to a 3rd career World Championship after winning his ninth overall victory of the season at the previous race in Lommel. After winning the title as a rookie in the class back in 2016, Gajser faced two rough seasons filled with injuries and bad luck. In 2019 he returned with a vengeance, racking up victory after victory while taking his riding to a whole new level.

Gajser would not be given an easy task on the weekend from the track, as the race surface built inside the classic Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari speedway was extremely hard and bumpy. Regardless, he got things off to a good start on Saturday, with the fastest time in both Free & Qualifying Practice. The sun was beating down in Imola by the time the riders lined up for the Qualifying Race, and Gajser got off to a solid start through the right handed first corner. He took the green flag in 2nd position behind Romain Febvre and stalked the Frenchman for the opening laps waiting to make his move. After eating roost over the first half of the moto, Gajser finally made the pass for the lead just before the finish line on Lap 8. He settled into the lead after that and took a convincing win for first pick on the gate for Sunday's motos.

Tim headed to the line on Sunday knowing he could wrap the title after Moto 1 with only an 8th place finish if Jeremy Seewer took the win. After not getting the cleanest start, he fought his way through the pack on the opening lap and held 4th place at the green flag with Seewer just behind him in 5th. In classic Gajser fashion, he dropped the hammer and charged to the front with his focus fully on taking the moto win. He made quick work of Paul Jonass and Gautier Paulin and had moved into 2nd only 2 laps later. Race leader Glenn Coldenhoff was in his sights and he continued to charge before making a big mistake and going down on the following lap. The crash knocked him back to 8th but he got going again with full focus on the title. In a much more controlled manner he moved up as far as 5th, which was plenty enough to take the championship with Seewer in second.

It was a hero's welcome for Gajser as he came off the track, with the entire HRC crew making their way onto the circuit to greet him. Champagne sprayed and red smoke filled the air as Tim and his team celebrated the ultimate achievement in the MXGP world. Gajser was overcome with emotion as he soaked in the moment and relished in the third World Championship of his young career.

With all the pressure off after clinching the championship, there was still work to be done and Tim headed to the line for MXGP Moto 2. Another mediocre start had him sitting 4th at the green flag, and he let the race come to him this time as he cruised to 2nd place. He went 5-2 for 3rd Overall on the day, but the only moment he'll remember from the day is raising the #1 plate on the podium.

Gajser's second career premier class title comes with three rounds of the championship remaining. His domination during the middle part of the season that included a streak of 7 overall victories put him in the perfect position to wrap the title up early. The series rolls on next week at Uddevalla in Sweden. #BravoTim


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Loic Bruni & Loris Vergier Dominate Andorra | 08/07/19

Fox team riders took the top two spots after some wild racing on the ultra-dry Vallnord World Cup track. The competition was incredibly close with the top three riders separated by only 1.2 seconds. In the end, Loic Bruni threw down an incredible run to beat his French compatriot, Loris Vergier, by just four-tenths of a second! Fox rider Laurie Greenland made some small mistakes but still had the speed to finish eighth – his second top 10 of the season! No rest for the crew as they head to the Legendary slopes Les Gets, France next weekend. Congratulations to Loic, Loris and the rest of the Fox MTB team. No rest for the crew as they head to the Legendary slopes of Les Gets, France next weekend


Vallnord Race Results

Men’s Results:

  • 1st – Loic Bruni (4:11.055)
  • 2nd – Loris Vergier (+0.423)
  • 3rd – Troy Brosnan  (+1.202)
  • 4th – Amaury Pierron (+2.948)
  • 5th – Danny Hart (+5.595)
  • 6th – Brook MacDonald (+6.866)
  • 7th – David Trummer (+6.979)
  • 8th – Remi Thirion (+7.989)
  • 9th – Laurie Greenland (+8.383)
  • 10th – Jack Moir (+9.260)

Women’s Results:

  • 1st – Rachel Atherton (5:00.622)
  • 2nd – Marine Cabirou (+2.497)
  • 3th – Tracey Hannah (+7.131)
  • 4th – Emilie Siegenthaler (+12.859)
  • 5th – Eleonora Farina (+15.098)
  • 6th – Kate Weatherly (+18.497)
  • 7th – Veronika Widmann (+18.538)
  • 8th – Mariana Salazar (+20.011)
  • 9th – Nina Hoffmann (+20.646)
  • 10th – Sandra Rubesam +26.707


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La marque Fox Racing a été créée en 1974 et elle se positionne depuis en tant que leader sur le plan de l'innovation dans le secteur du Motocross, en concevant des équipements et des vêtements de motocross plébiscités par les meilleurs riders au monde. Cette entreprise, dont la philosophie s'inspire de l'état d'esprit des athlètes, a également développé des activités et des lignes de produits dans les domaines du VTT et du BMX, et elle crée également des lignes de vêtements novatrices inspirées de l'univers de la moto pour homme, femme et enfant.