2017 Junior Moto-X

2017 Junior Moto-X

The 2nd Annual Junior Moto-X returned to Lazy-E Arena in Guthrie Oklahoma this past week.  Lazy-E Arena is the largest equestrian arena in North America and a first class facility.  The Junior Moto-X is a youth focused event limited to competitors 18 years of age and under, and bike size 250cc and below.

This unique track is a hybrid of supercross and motocross style, specifically designed with rider safety in mind.  Along with the diverse features and multiple option lanes, this arena consists of some of the best around.

On the big bike portion of the event, Oklahoma native Jesse Flock put in a hard charge in the 125cc two stroke class championship.  Ethan Mann rounded out the podium in the 250 B Limited class with a third place, while North Carolina’s JJ Jarvis won the Women’s 14-18 title.

Ty Masterpool, the youngest of the Masterpool family, along with Fox teammate Jeremy Ryan were both on fire!  Ty took the championship in the SuperMini 2, and Jeremy earned a silver medal finish in the SuperMini 1 class.  Ty and Jeremy also finished 1st and 2nd in the Jesse Cup race, which is a combination of the top 8 fastest racers in both SuperMini 1 and SuperMini 2 classes.  The “Jesse Cup” is a race dedicated to the spirit and memory of Jesse Masterpool.  Jesse was a Fox team athlete we lost to a tragic motocross accident in 2010.  Jesse embodied the passion and dedication for the sport of motocross that we all remember him for today.  Jesse’s legacy lives on through our racing community and families.

Congratulations to all in attendance of this great event.  Below is a list of top 3 finishes by Fox team athletes.


Photo Credit – James Gingerich


Full results can be found at:



Additional event information can be found at:




1st Place – Champion

Ty Masterpool – SuperMini 2 (13-16)

Ty Masterpool – Jesse Cup

Jesse Flock – 125 2-stroke (12-18)

Jordan Jarvis – Women (14-18)


2nd Place

Jeremy Ryan – SuperMini 1 (12-15)

Jeremy Ryan – Jesse Cup


3rd Place

Ethan Mann – 250 B Limited (14-18)


Monster Energy AMA Supercross: LV

Monster Energy AMA Supercross

Round 17 of 17

Congratulations to Fox Racing athlete Ryan Dungey who won the 450 SX Supercross Title on Saturday night in Las Vegas. Dungey survived a wild 450 SX main event to finish fourth on the night and clinch his third straight title, and the fourth of his career. Dungey entered the night with a nine-point edge over Eli Tomac in the standings. The final saw an incredible race with several lead changes, where twice he collided with Eli Tomac, including one during a tense final lap, but Dungey still finished high enough Saturday at Sam Boyd Stadium to get it done.

Ryan Dungey had this to say following his win, “This season was one of the toughest of my career, so it means that much more. We went through a lot of tough times, battles and adversity. I can’t thank everyone enough for sticking behind me.”

Congrats Ryan!


450 SX Class Results

Full Results HERE


1 Jason Anderson

2 Eli Tomac

3 Joshua Grant

4 Ryan Dungey

5 Dean Wilson

6 Chad Reed

7 Blake Baggett

8 David Millsaps

9 Justin Brayton

10 Cooper Webb

11 Christian Craig

12 Malcolm Stewart

13 Justin Bogle

14 Jacob Weimer

15 Vince Friese

16 Alex Ray

17 Dakota Tedder

18 Adam Enticknap

19 Ronnie Stewart

20 Scott Champion

21 Justin Barcia

22 Marvin Musquin


250SX Class Results

Full Race Results HERE


1 Adam Cianciarulo

2 Justin Hill

3 Aaron Plessinger

4 Dylan Ferrandis

5 Mitchell Oldenburg

6 James Decotis

7 Zach Osborne

8 Hayden Mellross

9 Mitchell Harrison

10 Cameron Mcadoo

11 Shane Mcelrath

12 Austin Forkner

13 Dan Reardon

14 Joey Savatgy

15 Tyler Bowers

16 Kyle Chisolm

17 Cole Martinez

18 Martin Davalos

19 Anthony Rodriguez

20 Justin Starling

21 Jordon Smith

22 Dakota Alix



Photos: Ryne Swanberg



Monster Energy AMA Supercross

Rice – Eccles Stadium - SLC

Round 15 of 16


450 SX Class Results

Full Results HERE


1 Eli Tomac

2 Ryan Dungey

3 Jason Anderson

4 Marvin Musquin

5 Joshua Grant

6 Chad Reed

7 David Millsaps

8 Blake Baggett

9 Cooper Webb

10 Dean Wilson

11 Christian Craig


12 Broc Tickle

13 Justin Brayton

14 Jacob Weimer

15 Malcolm Stewart

16 Justin Barcia

17 Vince Friese

18 Alex Ray

19 Adam Enticknap

20 Nick Schmidt

21 Justin Bogle

22 Angelo Pellegrini


Western Regional 250SX Class Results

Full Race Results HERE


1 Shane Mcelrath

2 Mitchell Oldenburg

3 Justin Hill

4 Martin Davalos

5 James Decotis

6 Austin Forkner

7 Dan Reardon

8 Hayden Mellross

9 Kyle Chisolm

10 Tyler Bowers

11 Jon Ames

12 Cole Martinez

13 Cade Autenrieth

14 Ryan Surratt

15 Justin Starling

16 AJ Catanzaro

17 Heath Harrison

18 Zachary Commans

19 Stone Edler

20 Scott Champion

21 Justin Hoeft

22 Aaron Plessinger



Photos: Ryne Swanberg


Located in North San Diego County, the California Classic kicked off this past week in Pala, California.  Springtime sunny California weather held out for the week making for great conditions.  The Cal Classic runs on a 3 moto format, not only rewarding the fastest, but it takes consistency to put together a championship at this event. 

Garrett Marchbanks was clearly on a mission this past week, winning 4 of 4 championships in all his classes!  Garrett cleaned up the 250 B, 450 B, SchoolBoy 2, and Open B/C classes on his Team Green ride.  In the A/Pro classes, Michael Mosiman was on a blistering fast pace, though a couple miscues left him out of contention for a good overall finish, even though the speed was crystal clear as he leads into his professional debut at Hangtown in May.  Eldest of the Mosiman brothers was on hand as well to claim a podium spot in the Open Pro class, along with Brazilian Enzo Lopes consistently finishing within the top 5.  Tristan Miller was aboard his 500cc beast for the FMF 2-Stroke Challenge.  Headed into the last moto with 1-1 scores, Tristan had a small mistake in a corner and handed over the gold for silver, taking home 2nd place overall.  In the SuperMini classes, Jeremy Ryan and Levi Kitchen were both chasing down podium positions over the 4 days of racing.  65cc pilot Enzo Temmerman won 3 motos in the 65cc (7-9) mod and limited classes, ultimately earning himself 2 second place trophies in each class.  In the older 65cc (10-11) classes, Preston Boespflug traveled from the Pacific Northwest to battle for 4 podium finishes spread between his three 65cc classes he entered.  The Cal Classic also marks round 3 of the Women’s Pro Motocross series, where 2 time champion Kylie Fasnacht was on the gas winning both motos.  Kylie is leading the WMX Series points as she pushed forward with her sights set on a 3rd straight WMX championship. 

Congratulations to all competitors, and a big thanks to the 2X Promotions crew for a great event, and thanks to the Pala Tribe for the use of their land. 

Below is a list of champions and podium finishes of the Fox team, along with a link to full results.


Link to full results:



Photo credit:  James Gingerich



1st Place – Champion

Garrett Marchbanks – 250 B

Garrett Marchbanks – 450 B

Garrett Marchbanks – SchoolBoy 2 (13-17)

Garrett Marchbanks – 250 Open B/C

Kylie Fasnacht – Women’s Pro (WMX)

Don Bisceglia – 40+ A


2nd Place

Tristan Miller – FMF 2-Stroke Challenge

Enzo Temmerman – 65cc (7-9)

Enzo Temmerman – 65cc (7-9) Limited

Dennis Stapleton – 25+ A/B/C


3rd Place

Josh Mosiman – Open Pro

Jeremy Ryan – SuperMini 1 (12-15)

Preston Boespflug – 65cc (10-11)

Dennis Stapleton – 30+ A

2017 Loretta Lynn’s Amateur Motocross National

2017 Loretta Lynn’s Amateur Motocross National

Hurricane Mills, Tennessee


This year marked the 36th annual running of the AMA Loretta Lynn’s Amateur Motocross National in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee. The prestigious land of Loretta Lynn’s Ranch makes for an incredible backdrop for this week-long event. Close to 1300 racers were able to qualify to do battle for the 32 national championships awarded at the ranch.


The Fox Am team had an incredible week’s worth of racing claiming 5 Amateur National Championships and 12 more podium positions. Also, on site was the current and 3 time WMX Champion Kylie Fasnacht who took home the victory with a 1-1 score in the final round of the WMX’s series. 


The 2 highest scoring athletes on the Team this week were Garrett Marchbanks with double moto victories in the 250 B class and the Schoolboy 2 (12-17) class and, Ty Masterpool with double moto victories in the most prestigious races within mini bike racing the SuperMini 1 (12-15) SuperMini 2 (13-16) classes. Both riders outperformed all the other respected racers within the Amateur and Youth classes thus earning them The Amateur (Garrett Marchbanks) and Youth (Ty Masterpool) rider of the year awards from the AMA. Youth Rider of the year is based on his or her performances in the Youth classes at the Loretta Lynn’s National. The Amateur Rider of the year is based on the non A class rider that is predicted to have the most success as an A rider in his or her following year. 


Garrett struggled with starts in his first couple of motos having to work his way through the pack to win. Shortly thereafter, Garrett would figure out the fast-right hand turn of Loretta Lynn’s and started to hole-shot and walk away with the win. Garrett went on to win 5 of his 6 motos for the week in very impressive fashion. Ty Masterpool on the other hand made life easy on himself in the early motos posting 3 podiums right off the bat. Ty struggled with horrible starts later in the week and was forced to claw his way back up from practically dead last to win each title. It was full on racing drama all the way to the end. Congratulations to Ty and his privateer victory winning on a TM branded motorcycle. A brand which has never won an AMA AM Motocross National event. The last history making moment is the three Masterpool boys are the only trio of brothers to have all won Championships at the ranch. Ty made that history making moment come true this past week for the family.


There was a ton of other great moto action amongst the team. John Grewe was able to capture another championship at the Ranch in the 50+ class and second in the 40+ class. As the series finished up at LL with the final motos of the WMX series, Kylie Fasnacht was able to bring home another event win to top off her 2017 Championship season in the WMX class. Ethan Mann was able to hammer down his final motos of the week in winning fashion claiming two 2nd over-all finishes in the Schoolboy 1 (12-16) and 125cc (12-16) classes. Jordan Jarvis had a great week of racing coming back from a major bike issue in the first moto of the womens (12+) amateur class to go DNF-1-1 and then 3-3-3 for 2nd over-all in the girls (11-16) class. Enzo Lopes (Brazil) had an epic week early on running down and catching the Horizon award winner Justin Cooper during a couple of motos. Enzo showed everyone what he was capable of under the pressures of the AM Nationals. Lastly, the father and son duo of Don and Preston Boespflug were on site to go racing. Watching this father and son work together to discuss lines on the track and moto finishes was a very cool story to follow throughout the week. Preston would end up 3rd OA in the 65cc (7-11) class and Dad (Don) would end up coming home 4th in the 50+ class.



Loretta Lynn’s – Top 5 results


AMA Amateur Rider of the Year

Garrett Marchbanks

Coalville, UT

AMA Youth Rider of the Year

Ty Masterpool

Paradise, TX




Garrett Marchbanks – 250 B

Garrett Marchbanks – Schoolboy 2 (12-17)

Ty Masterpool – SuperMini 1 (12-15)

Ty Masterpool – SuperMini 2 (13-16)

Kylie Fasnacht – WMX (Series Champion)

Wyatt Thurman – 51cc (4-6) Limited ** SHIFT **

John Grewe – 50+


2nd PLACE 

Ethan Mann – Schoolboy 1 (12-16)

Ethan Mann – 125cc (12-16) 

Stilez Robertson – SuperMini 2 (13-16)

Jordan Jarvis – Girls (11-16)

Andrew Matusek – 30+

John Grewe – 40+



Jake Masterpool – Open Pro

Ciaran Naran – 250 B Limited

Marco Cannella – 450 B

Preston Boespflug – 65cc (7-11)

Shelby Rolen – WMX (Series 2nd Place O/A)

Earl May – 50+



Austin Watling – 450 B

Stilez Robertson – SuperMini 1 (12-15)

Enzo Temmerman – 65cc (7-9) Limited

Don Boespflug – 50+



Ciaran Naran – Schoolboy 2 (12-17)

James Evans – 40+


Glendale AZ - Supercross Race Recap


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.  



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

Gear Check - Pro Circuit 250 West

Now that round 4 of Supercross is in the books, it’s about time we met up with some of the guys from the Pro Circuit Team. In this Tuesday’s Gear Check, you get a breakdown of the Fox equipment worn by Joey Savatgy and Adam Cianciarulo at Glendale SX....



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We are pleased to announce the agreement of a long-term partnership with IceOne Racing, with support for the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Team beginning in the 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship.

“For us partnering with FOX is the next natural step, lifting up our team level of rider safety, performance and visual appeal. We are looking forward to this journey together and we can’t wait to make our own contribution to the great heritage of FOX and Husqvarna in Motocross – great partners who belong together.” - Antti Pyrhönen, IceOne Racing Team Manager.


“Fox and IceOne Racing share a relentless desire to elevate both performance and style, so this partnership is as natural as they come.” - Jeff Taylor, Senior VP of Global Marketing, Fox Racing.


IceOne Racing will debut on the world stage with Fox Racing on March 4th when the 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship kicks off with the MXGP of Patagonia in Neuquen, Argentina.





Gear Check - Ken Roczen

The Gear Check is back with another round of recommendations from our pro athletes. Today, we’re joined by Fox SX/MX rider Ken Roczen. Take a look below for a full rundown of the equipment he wore last weekend at Anaheim 2 Supercross.  




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Gear Check: Chad Reed

Hey everyone! This year we’re trying something new. Welcome to The Gear Check, where you’ll get a look inside our rider’s gear bag, so to speak. Feel free to let us know on Instagram how you like this format and who you’re interested in seeing next. Up first, Chad Reed and his Houston Supercross gear check. 







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46th Annual Winter Olympics

Gatorback Cycle Park

Gainesville, FL.

November 21-25th, 2017


The 46th Annual running of the Winter Olympics kicked off this past week at the iconic Gatorback Cycle Park. This unique event features 2 race tracks, Supercross during the first half of the week, followed by the outdoor Motocross portion of the event.  At the end of the week these scores are combined to crown the overall Olympiad.  The unpredictable Florida weather hindered the schedule this week, cancelling racing for the entire day of Thanksgiving, ultimately causing the promotors to cut LCQ’s out of the event, making for a cut-throat make-it-or-break-it sense of urgency each moto.

In the A/Pro classes, Garrett Marchbanks won the 450 Pro Sport in both SX and MX, this also being his debut race in the A class!  Brazilian, Enzo Lopes, was also on fire in the first half of the week with a 250 Pro Sport win in SX, yet Enzo having a bad get-off ended up unable to finish out the week.  In the B class and still new to the 250f transition, Stilez Robertson was killing it with a 250 B Limited SX championship, along with a handful of podium finishes.  Oklahoma’s Jesse Flock was also a contender in the B class all week with a 450 B Limited SX title.  JJ Jarvis was riding great in the Girls and Women’s classes as well, taking the gold in SX and MX in the Girls Sr. class, and just missing the top spot in the Women’s 14+ with 2 second place finishes, though she was chipping away at the leader each lap, but ran out of time during the reduced number of laps due to the rain delay during the week.  In the SuperMini class, Jeremy Ryan claimed the SuperMini 2 (13-16) class title in the MX half of the week.  John Grewe took a permanent residency on the podium this week!  John won 10 of his 12 motos, wrapping up all 4 Overall Olympiad titles in the 35+, 40+, 45+, and 50+.  At the end of the week John was given the Vet Masters Award, with the only blemish on his record was having the 35+ SX gold medal taken by RedDog Timmy Ferry.

Congratulations to all finishers and champions!  Below is a list of Fox team top 3 results, along with a link to full event results.

Photo credit:  Jacob Souder - @hbmotoco



Garrett Marchbanks – 450 A / Pro Sport (SX/MX Olympiad)

Enzo Lopes – 250 Pro Sport (SX)

Stilez Robertson – 250 B Limited (SX)

Jesse Flock – 250 B (SX/MX Olympiad)

Jeremy Ryan – SuperMini 2 (13-16) (MX)

Jordan Jarvis – Girls Sr. (12-16) (SX/MX Olympiad)

Timmy Ferry – 35+ (SX)

John Grewe – 35+ (SX/MX Olympiad)

John Grewe – 40+ (SX/MX Olympiad)

John Grewe – 45+ (SX/MX Olympiad)

John Grewe – 50+ (SX/MX Olympiad)

** John Grewe – Vet Masters Award **




Stilez Robertson – 250 B (SX)

Stilez Robertson – SchoolBoy 2 (13-16) (SX)

Jesse Flock – 450 B (SX/MX Olympiad)

Marco Cannella - College (16-24) (SX/MX Olympiad)

Jordan Jarvis – Women 14+ (SX/MX Olympiad)




Jesse Flock – SchoolBoy 2 (13-16) (SX)

Jesse Flock 450 B (MX)



MXON 2017 - Matterley Basin, England

The 71st edition of the world’s largest and most prestigious motocross race was hosted in the ancient capital of Winchester, England.  With forty countries participating for the honor of hoisting the Chamberlain trophy, all athletes ride for the pride of their countries.  Representing Team Canada as their MXGP class entry, GDR/Honda/Fox Racing rider Colton Facciotti hit the track proudly wearing the Red & White and symbolic Maple Leaf.




Having been selected to represent Team Canada four times prior, Colton is familiar with the pressure of racing on the world stage. Facciotti would finish his qualifying moto in 14th place, while teammates Tyler Medaglia and Shawn Maffenbeier finishing 11th and 14th advancing the team into Sunday's A-finals.



The weather for Sunday's final was a typical U.K forecast of rain which would turn the Matterley Basin track into a demanding battleground.  In Moto 1 Facciotti rode mid-pack but after casing a jump hard, he was forced to ride it out in pain to a 34th place finish.  In Moto 2, Colton dug deep and soldiered through the discomfort and grueling conditions to a 25th place finish.  MX2 teammate Maffenbeier would score 30-27 finishes and MX1 teammate Medaglia would score 16-21 finishes which position Team Canada in 13th overall.


 A respectable weekend for Team Canada, the three riders did their country proud as they battled amongst the World's best in some of the most traitorous and demanding conditions possible - A group effort that deserves a congratulations!