This fun-filled day of riding and camaraderie embodied the mission of the Ryan Dungey Foundation, providing opportunities for children, while also generating much-needed funds.
Opportunity Awaits, a ride day for everyone, will take place on Saturday, September 18, from Southern California’s Fox Raceway.
Ryan Dungey, one of the most decorated competitors in the history of off-road motorcycle racing, has taken a milestone step in his philanthropy with the introduction of the Ryan Dungey Foundation, benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and All Kids Bike. The establishment of a non-profit organization in his own name is a natural evolution of Dungey’s continued
Multi-time AMA Pro Motocross and AMA Supercross Champion Ryan Dungey and his budding specialty coffee company, RD Coffee, has introduced the newest addition to its growing lineup of roasts: HOLESHOT Espresso.
Red Bull KTM rider Ryan Dungey has announced his retirement from Monster Energy Supercross. Dungey, 27, just secured his fourth 450SX Supercross title two weeks ago at the Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas after a season-long battle with Kawasaki rider Eli Tomac.
At the conclusion of the 2015 Lucas Oil AMA Professional Motocross National Championship series on Saturday, Aug. 22, in Crawfordsville, Ind., two riders stood as champions: Ryan Dungey in the 450 class and Jeremy Martin in the 250 class.
The #ESPYS Award for Best Male Action Sports Athlete belongs to Ryan Dungey. pic.twitter.com/2R63yJaEAu — X Games (@XGames) July 16, 2015 Ryan Dungey took home the ESPY Award for the Best Action Sport Athlete in last night’s 23rd annual ESPY awards that honor sporting standouts each year. The Supercross champ beat rivals such as FMX legend Josh Sheheen
The American Motorcyclist Association congratulates the two riders who locked up AMA Supercross championships in Houston on Saturday, April 11: Ryan Dungey, who won the 2015 AMA 450SX Championship, and Cooper Webb, who secured the 250SX West title.
Dungey’s win in Dallas increases his lead to 12 points in the championship standings heading to the next round. He will again represent the lead in the points with the red plate as the riders head to Atlanta next weekend.
Team Honda’s Trey Canard won his first Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, race of the 2015 season in front of 47,671 fans at O.co Coliseum. BTO Sports/KTM’s Andrew Short won the SupercrossLive.com Holeshot Award with RCH Suzuki’s Ken Roczen, who came into the race as the points leader with two wins, and