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Tim Gajser
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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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 s’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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NEWS
Glendale AZ - Supercross Race Recap | 30/01/18

250SX CLASS

Adam Cianciarulo #92

Continuing his impressive season, Adam Cianciarulo entered the main in the third qualifying spot. He started the main event in sixth, and from there methodically picked off riders. By the sixth lap, he found himself riding in fourth and was able to take advantage of a mistake by Joey Savatgy to secure third, where he would finish the race.

Joey Savatgy #17

Joey Savatgy started the main event with an incredible holeshot from the outside starting gate. He stayed with the front pack for several laps and was keeping pace in third, but a late mistake in the final few laps would lose him a few spots. He recovered quickly and battle back, ending the night in fourth.

Adam and Joey are sitting 3rd and 4th in the Championship as they head to Oakland.  

 

450SX CLASS

Ken Roczen #94

The 450 class saw Ken Roczen put in an excellent rebound ride after a tough night at the A2 Triple Crown event. Working his way past title contenders Jason Anderson and Marvin Musquin to finish third on the night and gain valuable championship points. Ken leaves Phoenix in 3rd place in the points, just 12 back from the leader, Jason Anderson.

Chad Reed #22

In Glendale, Chad Reed found himself in the LCQ for the second week in a row as he continues to fight through his ankle injury. The dramatic LCQ saw Reed exit the first turn in third. After losing some ground, he would fight back to second; the crowd loved it. Reed would finish 19th in the main. His results aren’t there yet, but there's no quit in #22. Chad dawned a custom set of 360 Preme racewear to celebrate Australia day.

 

Photos: Ryne Swanberg/Garth Milan of Octopi Media

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Loïc Bruni is the new MTB World Champion! | 11/09/17

Welcome to Cairns! This Australian track is unlike any other so far this year year: very, very fast, super loose, and due to the dry weather, more dusty than ever with some tough pedaling sections which made it extremely physical too!

 

Super Bruni

 

Loïc Bruni, 1st Place!

Just over a year ago, Loïc Bruni won his first ever World Cup on this track, so he was well aware of what could be possible here. The local crowd were cheering for hometown hero Mick Hannah, who stayed on the hot seat for much of the day, and looked as if he had possibly done enough to take the title. Unfortunately for the Aussies, Loïc became 'Super Bruni' again and laid down a superlative run to take the lead by only .039 of a second. Nobody was able to go faster, and the time stood, making Loic World Champion for his second time in his short career!

 

Finish Line

 

He said: “It's unbelievable, I worked so hard all year and the luck was on my side today! My team-mate Miranda did it in the women's category just before, so I just followed her lead. It's incredible, the run was crazy, it was super loose so I didn't know what to expect because I knew Mick was super fast. So when I saw I was in front of him I was super happy but still super stressed out about the other guys so to hold on until the end was insane!”

 

 

Final Run

 

Loris Vergier, 7th

Close friend Loris Vergier was the first to congratulate Loic, and was pretty stoked with his 7th place as well: “I felt really bad on the top sections the whole week and I was just hoping for a top 10. 7th is great for me! I though Mick had the title already, but when I saw Loïc beat him, it was unreal. It's always good to see him winning!”

 

 

 

Connor Fearon

 

Connor Fearon, 24th

After missing the two last World Cups because of injury, the Aussie hoped to be back to 100% in time for World Champs. He gave his best even if he wasn't completely recovered: “It was too soon to ride 100% but I'm still happy with how I rode. I've had surgery on my hand only 6 weeks ago so I couldn't expect too much. I can't wait to be back healthy to ride my bike and start preparing for next season!”

 

Seagrave

 

Tahnee Seagrave, 11th

Two days before finals, she was the fastest during timed training. Deciding to risk it all in pursuit of the title she pushed too hard in the unpredictable dusty conditions and crashed: “I pushed a bit too much today and crashed... This race was mental! I'm glad the other girls pushed so hard as well, we all wanted the title so much. I don't mean it's nice to see everybody going down, but the fact we were all so competitive was awesome!”.

 

Finn Iles

 

 

Finn Iles, 10th Junior Mens

After winning six World Cups this year and wearing the rainbow stripes from last years World Champs win, Finn Iles was feeling the pressure on his shoulders to prove once again he can be the fastest rider of his generation. Unfortunately, a few things went wrong on race day: “I felt really good during my last practice run, but just before my race run, I realised I had forgotten my goggles and I had to borrow one of the commissaire's sunglasses. I still knew I could do a good time even under these conditions, and I knew that Matt Walker had done a very good time before my run, but I made two big mistakes and lost way too much time. I tried to go too fast and paid the price!”

It was a great year for the Fox 2017 Gravity team. The 2017 DH season is now over and 2018 will start on the 21st - 22nd of April in Lošinj, Croatia for another intense year!

*All of the Fox DH team riders wear the proven Rampage Pro Carbon helmet and Flexair gear.

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FOX RACING FRANCE - WEB 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.