Ryan Dungey has become a mainstay in American Supercross and Motocross racing. 2009 AMA Supercross Lites Champion, 2009 AMA 250 Motocross Champion, 2010 AMA Supercross Champion, 2010 AMA 450 MX Champion, 2012 AMA 450 MX Champion. Also a member of the winning USA team at the prestigious Motocross of Nations many times.
2012 AMA National Motocross Champion
2011 Pala National – 1st place Motocross of Nations – 1st place Team USA
2010 AMA Supercross Championship – 1st place AMA Motocross Championship – 1st place Motocross of Nations – 1st place Team USA
2009 AMA Supercross Lites West Championship – 1st place AMA 250 Motocross Championship – 1st place Motocross of Nations – 1st place Team USA
2008 Supercross Lites Las Vegas – 1st place AMA Supercross Lites West Series – 2nd place AMA 250 Motocross Series – 2nd place Competed in two AMA Supercross class events – earned one 2nd place finish
2007 AMA Supercross Lites East Series – 5th place AMA 250 Motocross Series – 5th place Awarded AMA Rookie of the Year for Supercross/Motocross
2006 World Supercross Lites, Vancouver, B.C., Canada – 2nd place Professional debut at Millville 250 MX (8-8 moto finish) – 7th-place
Amateur Loretta Lynn’s – one championship Lake Whitney – three championships Oakhill – three championships World Mini – four championships Winter Olympics – two championships Branson – one championship
Jeremy McGrath helped elevate the sport of supercross to where it is today. Not only is he the best supercross rider in the history of the sport (most supercross victories, and most supercross titles), Jeremy is one of the true classic gentleman of the sport – always has a smile on his face, always takes time to acknowledge his fans, goes out of his way to say ‘Hi’ to anyone he knows, and is appreciative of all that he has.
Today, Jeremy stays as busy as ever, doing a multitude of things both two wheeled and four wheeled. He lives in San Diego with him wife Kim and their two daughters.
7 – AMA Supercross Championships (1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000) 1 – AMA National Motocross Championship – 1995 72 – career Supercross wins
Chad Reed is a multi-time Supercross champion, winning the U.S. AMA Supercross Championship in 2004 & 2008. In 2009, he won the 2009 AMA 450 National Outdoor Motocross Championship, and the Australian Supercross Series for his fourth time. After winning the Australian Supercross Championship in 2000, Reed went to Europe in 2001 to ride for Jan DeGroot’s factory Kawasaki team. Reed and his KX250 won the MX Grand Prix of Lierop and eventually finishing the year second to multi-time World Champion Mickael Pichon. Eager to move to America and campaign to world’s premiere series, Reed picked up a ride with Yamaha of Troy to ride 125 East Coast Supercross and 125 Nationals aboard the four-stroke YZ250F. Reed won all but two Supercrosses that season and earned the East Coast championship. Reed moved directly to the 250 class full-time in 2003 with Factory Yamaha. Aboard a YZ250, he won one more race than chief rival Ricky Carmichael, but lost the title at the last round to the Carmichael. For 2009, Chad joined Team Suzuki USA, winning the 450 outdoor Motocross Championship. For 2010, Chad joined with Kawasaki USA. In 2011, Chad decided to start his own team – TwoTwo Motorsports, this year riding Honda’s. In June 2011, Chad received a very special award – he was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia. The second youngest person ever to receive the acknowledgement.
2009 AMA 450 Motocross Series Champion Australasian Supercross Series Champion
2008 AMA/FIM Supercross Series Champion Australasian Supercross Series Champion
2007 2nd Place – Supercross Championship
2006 3rd Place – Supercross Championship 4th Place – X Games, Supermoto
2005 Bronze Medal – X Games, Supermoto
2004 AMA 250cc Supercross Series Champion Action Sports Athelete of the Year Nominee, ESPY Awards 6th Place – X Games, Supermoto
2013 AMA Supercross Series Champion AMA 450 National Motocross Champion
2012 AMA Supercross Series Champion
2011 AMA Supercross Series Champion AMA National Motocross Series Champion Motocross of Nations – 1st Place Inaugural Monster Energy Cup – 1st Place
2010 7 Victories in AMA Supercross season
2009 Won first 450 Supercross – Seattle
2008 AMA National Motocross Lites 250 Champion Motocross of Nations – 1st Place
2007 AMA West Supercross Litess Champion. AMA National Motocross Lites 250 Champion First rider in history to win the overalls in both motos on Kawasaki KX250F against larger displacement bikes at the Motocross of Nations Motocross of Nations – 1st Place
2006 Motocross of Nations – 1st Place Also named the 2006 AMA Supercross/Motocross Rookie of the Year. AMA National Motocross Lites 250 Champion
2003-2004 Won an impressive 24 titles while competing for Kawasaki’s Team Green™.