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Nos Riders
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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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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NEWS
SX20 Timeline Recap | 28/05/20

Fox Family, our first concern is the safety of the public and our employees, so we’ve chosen to temporarily close our corporate headquarters and US retail stores to help mitigate the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). We will monitor the situation closely and reopen when we believe the risk levels have abated. We realize the impact a closure can have on store employees, and they will continue to be compensated during this difficult time. Customers can continue to shop on foxracing.fr/.

 

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Thank you in advance for your patience and flexibility as we adapt to these changes and help keep our communities safe.

- Fox Racing Team.

 

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Summer MTB - 5 Tips to staying cool | 26/06/20

Ah, summer mountain biking. Long days, warm evenings, limitless riding opportunities. A riding bounty, no doubt. Still, riding in hot and humid weather comes with a host of challenges for us mountain bikers. How do you mountain bike in hot weather? Follow our summer mtb riding tips and trick to pedal comfortability in the time of plenty. Here are our 5 tips to keep your cool in the warm summer months.

 

 

  1. DRESS THE PART: In warm weather, keep it light and breathable. Longer sleeves add additional protection from the sun.

  2. PLAN YOUR RIDE: Take time-of-day, temperature, and route into account when planning your summer ride.

  3. HYDRATE: Staying hydrated and getting electrolytes is vital on summer mtb rides. Pack enough water for the ride, and map out any water fill stations.

  4. TIME IT RIGHT: Plan your rides in the morning or late afternoon to avoid the hottest time of the day.

  5. TAKE BREAKS: Dial down the tempo and take water breaks though out the ride.

 

 

Mountain biking riding in red summer jersey and grey shorts.

 

DRESS THE PART

Hot mountain bike riding conditions call for lightweight fabrics, breathability, and clothing that aids moisture-wicking. What do we wear to keep our cool? Flexair MTB Gear. As the name suggests, this collection of mtb apparel helps improve airflow and evaporation, assisting your body's natural cooling process. The featherweight fabric, abundant airflow, and rapid drying time helps you stay cool and comfortable as you make the most of summer riding. Professional downhiller, Neko Mulally, goes for a long sleeve jersey and shorts in the summer. Remarking that this setup, “keeps my skin out of the sun but also is the most breathable setup. Whether you follow Neko’s lead or go for a short sleeve is personal preference. Just make sure your apparel is well vented and don’t forget your sunscreen.

 

 

Two mountain biking standing on a green hill. One rider points off into the distance.

 

PLAN IT OUT

It's all in the details. How far are you going? When will you start your ride? Are there any water stops? The answer to these questions will guide your gear selection, the amount of water you bring, your nutritional needs, and more. Consuming at least 20oz of water per hour of activity is recommended. Meaning that on a multi-hour ride, you may want to opt for a larger hydration pack over that single water bottle. A ride that transitions for the afternoon to evening may require a light outer layer to keep you warm. Take time-of-day, temperature, and route into account when planning your summer ride.

 

 

Infographic for staying hydrated during mountain bike rides in hot weather.

 

HYDRATE. HYDRATE. HYDRATE.

Staying properly hydrated is critical. No more so than in hot and humid trail conditions. While you plan your ride, ensure you have a enough fluids for the trip. With years of experience, this is a lesson professional enduro rider Cody Kelley emphasizes. His goal is to consume one 20oz bottle of water (with or without electrolytes) every hour while riding. He adds, “on a hot summer day, the average person is going to burn around 500-700 calories per hour while riding. I have to try and consume 50% of what I am burning, or I will bonk out.” As you sweat, you will lose essential minerals. Supplement your body with electrolyte drinks or tablets to make up for the loss. And, be sure to eat along the way to stay fueled for the ride.

 

 

Mountain bikers riding was at dawn as the sun rises from behind mountains in the distance.

 

TIME IT RIGHT.

One way to beat the heat is to simply avoid it. Plan your rides for earlier or later in the day to avoid the hottest time of the day. Temperatures begin to soar at noon and peak around 3 pm. Organize your summer mountain bike rides in the morning or late afternoon and take advantage of more comfortable temperatures. Maybe even catch a sunrise or sunset to make your ride that much more memorable.

 

 

Two mountain biking resting on the side of the trail on a sunny day.

 

TAKE A BREAK

Remember, we're out here for fun. No need to smash KOMs and set new PRs every day. When riding in extreme heat, dial down the tempo a bit if needed. Along your route, take advantage of shady spots for a short cool down. This is a point Neko Mulally reiterates, “having water stops planned and carrying some electrolyte mix is crucial. If you stay hydrated, you can ride all day!" These breaks are the perfect time to hydrate and rest. Pour some water on your head and neck to bring down your temperature.

 

 

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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.