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Loïc Bruni
CHAMPION DU MONDE
Loïc est né dans le sud de la France, sur la Côte d’Azur. Il a attrapé le virus du VTT via son père, Jean Pierre, multiple champion du monde master de descente VTT et ancien enduriste moto de très bon niveau. Ses parents et sa grande sœur sont ses plus fervent supporters et sa plus grande source d’énergie.

Toujours souriant, facile sur le vélo, Loïc a enchainé des courses de Cross-Country, Downhill et Trial. En s’entrainant sur les pistes locales de Peille ou du Cap d’Ail, Loïc a signé son premier contrat pro étant encore Junior. Il rejoint Sam Blenkinsop -son idole- et commence à améliorer sa vitesse et son approche de la course.

Préparation physique, alimentation, mise au point du matériel avec son technicien et ami Jack Roure, Loïc atteint le podium Elite au cours de sa 2ème année Junior, à Windham (USA). Il remporte les championnats du monde à Vallnord en 2015 et sa première épreuve de coupe du monde en 2016 à Cairns (Australie).
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Tim Gajser
2019 MX GP World Champion
Tim Gajser est un pilote Slovène. Il court dans le championnat MXGP pour Gariboldi Honda Motocross Racing team, Giacomo Gariboldi étant le manager de l’équipe. Tim est né le 8 Septembre 1996 à Ptuj en Slovénie. Son père Bogomir était également un pilote de motocross et a fait découvrir ce sport à Tim étant très jeune. Il est encore aujourd’hui son entraineur personnel.

Gajser avait un frère, Nejc ; et deux petites soeurs Alja et Neja. En 1995, sa famille a vécu un tragique accident lorsque son petit frère de 3 ans Zan fut tué dans un accident. Lors d’une course, le jeune garcon se trouvait sur le terrain, a la réception d’un saut où son père n’a pu l’éviter. Tim roule avec le numéro 243 rendant hommage à son frère décédé né le 24 Mars.

Le 29 Juillet 2016, Tim s’engage avec Monster Energy Drinks
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KEN ROCZEN TAKES THE 450 POINTS LEAD | 18/01/20

On the heels of his 450 Supercross victory last week in St. Louis, Ken Roczen put together another strong performance. The German took 2nd, giving him enough points to take the points lead, and the famed "red plate." In addition to a heated 450 Main Event, there was plenty of action at the Big A including an intense 250 Main Event battle, Stacyc youth racing, and Chad Reed's final go-round at his beloved Angel Stadium.

 

A2 Supercross Qualifying

Adam Cianciarulo continued his streak of earning the top qualifying spot in the 450 Class during Saturday's qualifying sessions. Ken Roczen was just behind him in 3rd.

In the 250 Class, Pro Circuit Kawasaki's Austin Forkner grabbed the second fastest time while Geico Honda's Jett Lawrence was an impressive 3rd.

 

The Fox family tailgating at A2 Supercross

Home Dirt

Angel Stadium is just down the road from Fox Headquarter, making Anaheim races a great opportunity for us to celebrate racing together. The Fox family got together for good old fashioned "Chill & Grill," and the whole crew was fired up to head into the stadium as the sun set in the distance.

 

Chad Reed waving to the crowd at this last ride in Anaheim Supercross

Chad Reed’s #OneLastRide

Chad Reed's #OneLastRide farewell tour continued at A2, but this stop was extra special for the Australian veteran. Reed has been very vocal about his love for Anaheim races. He's clocked eight total wins at the Big A and will walk away from his racing career having participated in 47 of 75 races held there thus far. The local fans gave him a farewell cheer worthy of a legend. Cheers Reedy!

 

Carey Hart and Pink with their kid Jameson Hart at A2

Stacyc Holeshot Challenge

The next generation of Supercross stars got a chance to shine on the floor of Angel Stadium as a Stacyc holeshot challenge was held for a group of lucky youngsters. Participants from the Fox family included Jameson Hart, Jagger Craig, and Parks Perebijnos. It was great to see the kids having some fun and experiencing riding under the stadium lights.

 

Adam Cianciarulo and Ken Roczen battle in A2 heat races

A2 Supercross Heat Races

Pro Circuit's Austin Forkner was able to take the win in 250 Heat #1, and Geico Honda's Christian Craig earned the Heat #2 victory. Jett Lawrence was just behind Craig in second, and there was a sense of intensity in the 250 Class that was bubbling up for what would become a wild main event later in the evening.

Supercross's favorite training partners, Ken Roczen and Adam Cianciarulo battled it out in 450 Heat #2 and diced back and forth before Roczen eventually took the win. The boys were smiling and laughing as usual as they pulled off the track in 1st and 2nd.

 

Jett Lawrence at the starting gate at A2

A2 Supercross Main Event

The 250 Main Event was arguably the most exciting race of the night. It began lap two as Geico Honda's Jett Lawrence passing his teammate Christian Craig for the lead. The 16-year-old Lawrence led the field as drama ensued behind him. First, it was Austin Forkner going down in a heap while running 3rd, then Christian Craig got taken out during a controversial move by Dylan Ferrandis. Lawrence looked to be on his way to his first main event win but a tricky whoop section took him down on the final lap. Forkner and Craig walked away unscathed, but Lawrence suffered a broken collarbone that will eliminate him from action for at least a couple weeks. It was a tough night for our guys in the 250 Class. Get well soon Jettson!

The 450 Main Event got off to a great start with Ken Roczen grabbing the holeshot and the early lead. Adam Cianciarulo didn't fare as well. He started just outside the top 10 and had to cut through the pack to get back into the mix. Roczen conceded the lead on lap 7, settled into second, and eventually finished second. This podium gave him enough points to pass the series points leader, Justin Barcia, and take control of the coveted red plate. AC finished in 6th and was notably frustrated with himself. Overall, it was a positive night, and Roczen heads into Round 4 next week in Glendale, Arizona.

For raceday Moto coverage, follow Fox Racing on Instagram @foxmoto

 

250 SX West Round 2 Results - A2

  1. Dylan Ferrandis
  2. Justin Cooper
  3. Brandon Hartranft
  4. Michael Mosiman
  5. Alex Martin
  6. Luke Clout
  7. Mitchell Oldenburg
  8. Jacob Hayes
  9. Jett Lawrence
  10. Killian Auberson

250 SX West Season Point Standings

  1. Justin Cooper - 72 Points
  2. Dylan Ferrandis - 60 Points
  3. Brandon Hartranft - 58 Points
  4. Austin Forkner - 50 Points
  5. Alex Martin - 50 Points
  6. Jett Lawrence - 46 Points
  7. Jacob Hayes - 44 Points
  8. Michael Mosiman - 41 Points
  9. Mitchell Oldenburg - 38 Points
  10. Luke Clout - 35 Points

 

450 SX Round 2 Results - A2

  1. Eli Tomac
  2. Ken Roczen
  3. Cooper Webb
  4. Zach Osborne
  5. Jason Anderson
  6. Adam Cianciarulo
  7. Justin Brayton
  8. Malcolm Stewart
  9. Blake Barcia
  10. Dean Wilson

450 SX Season Points Standings

  1. Ken Roczen - 66 Points
  2. Justin Barcia - 63 Points
  3. Eli Tomac - 61 Points
  4. Jason Anderson - 57 Points
  5. Adam Cianciarulo - 56 Points
  6. Cooper Webb - 53 Points
  7. Zach Osborne - 46 Points
  8. Malcolm Stewart - 46 Points
  9. Justin Brayton - 46 Points
  10. Blake Baggett - 42 Points

 

Adam Cianciarulo and Ken Roczen at the starting gate of A2

 

SHOP MOTO

 

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Fox Womens B-Line Ride Night | 07/01/20

The winter months can be discouraging and gloomy, but thankfully in Calgary, Alberta when the temperatures drop below freezing, the bike community has the B-Line Indoor Bike Park to seek refuge.  Among the park traffic is an emerging group of ambitious and inspired women riders looking to share the ride with like-minded females to progress themselves socially and physically.

 

Every Tuesday of the month, B-Line Indoor bike park reserves designated areas of the facility for the women allowing them priority on features while riding amongst the seasoned male riders, helping integrate the females and build confidence as a group.  

     

On Tuesday, January 7th, Fox Womens hosted an organized Ride Night with special guest Claire Buchar as the head coach to help build some basic riding foundations with the women’s group.  Claire brought along local Squamish rider and Summer Gravity Camp coach, Bailey Goldstone to help make sure the group always had someone to lean on for questions.

 

Females of all ages and calibers participated in organized group stretching, body positioning session, fundamentals of pump track manuals and then progressed into the park’s jump lines - The vibes were high, and the encouragement was higher!

Stay tuned in for upcoming Fox Womens Ride Night announcements, dates and guest coaches!

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FOX RACING® FRANCE - SITE OFFICIEL

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.