High Point MX Recap

This past weekend marked the 4th round of the MX National series. The Fox teams came to Pennsylvania ready to do battle at the famed High Point Raceway.


 450 CLASS

Heading into the weekend at High Point, Ken Roczen was coming off his best result of the year in Colorado, finishing 2nd to Eli Tomac - he continues to build strength and speed as he recovers from a hand injury suffered during the 2018 Supercross series. This momentum would carry over to High Point as he posted the 5th fastest time in qualifying.

Ken got a good jump out of the gate in Moto 1. But, as the field entered turn one, he collided with a group of riders and went down.  When the dust settled, he found himself in the back of the pack and would have to mount an epic charge through the field to finish 7th.

The Honda rider would get the holeshot in Moto 2. And he would battle Eli Tomac in the opening stages of the first lap, trading the lead several times. Ken would continue to put in a strong ride, finishing Moto 2 in 3rd place. Moto results of 7-3 would see Ken end the day 4th overall.



Monster Kawasaki Pro Circuit riders Joey Savatgy, Garrett Marchbanks and Austin Forkner put in great rides in the qualifying session finishing 4th, 6th, and 8th.

As Moto 1 got underway, Austin Forkner and Joey Savatgy got out to good starts, finishing the first lap in the top 10. Garrett Marchbanks was mid-pack and working his way through the field. Austin and Joey would continue to work their way to the front, eventually finishing 4th and 6th. Garret ended up twisting his knee and nursing his way to the finish - he would not line up for the start of Moto 2 due to his knee injury. 

Austin got out to a great start in Moto 2, battling at the front of the pack for much of the moto. He would eventually finish 2nd, fighting off a hard-charging Dylan Ferrandis on the last lap, and end the day 2nd overall. Savatgy would have a big crash forcing him to pull out of Moto 2.    





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“Fox’s products have been purpose-built since the brand’s inception in 1974. This campaign really celebrates the fact that everything we do - from the products we make to the athletes and events we support and the culture we create - is Made For Motocross, Made For Mountain Bike and Made For This Life that surrounds our sports.” – Jeff Taylor, Senior Vice President, Fox Racing.

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Welcome to the family Christian Craig



On the dawn of the 2018 motocross series, Christian Craig finds himself on the factory Honda CRF450R via Geico Honda. The premier bike supported by the best team in the industry. Christian’s path has been far from ordinary. A broken back suffered in a practice crash in 2009 forced him to miss the entire 2010 season. Numerous injuries throughout his 5-year professional career saw Christian make the tough decision to retire from racing in 2013. He would check back into reality, get a regular 9 to 5 job, and slowly try to come to grips with life after racing. However, his racing spirit wouldn't let him stay away for long. He would be pulled back to the sport he grew up in and become a fill-in rider for Geico Honda in 2015. Fast forward to 2018 Motocross, Christian finds himself on a great team and in Fox racewear.


“I think it’s every rider’s dream to wear Fox I’ve actually never put the gear on until a couple of weeks ago and it was kind of surreal. The comfort and style are unlike anything else on the market and I am honored to be able to wear it this summer for outdoors.” – Christian Craig, Geico Honda


“Connecting with a rider like Christian felt like a great fit for us. His work ethic, family commitment and genuine love of racing falls right in line with our values as a brand. We are looking forward to a great outdoor season with Christian on the 450” – Chris Onstott, Global Sports Marketing Director


Christian will fill in at factory Honda on the CRF450R for the entire outdoors series. He will make his debut in Fox at the opening round of the 2018 outdoor series at Hangtown on May 19th.

Jr. Motocross

2018 JR. Motocross

Motocross families from across the United States swarmed the Lazy E arena this past weekend for the 3rd annual JR. Motocross event. Nestled in Guthrie, OK the Lazy E arena is the largest horse arena in North America. The dirt inside the arena is the best dirt a motocross racer could ever imagine riding on.

A small group of the Team Fox family was on hand to do damage within this arena on Saturday night.

First rider out of the gate was Jeremy Ryan. Jeremy suffered from a massive cold a few days before the event. Even spent Thursday in the hospital he was so sick. Jeremy sucked it up and went out in his first race and placed 2nd over-all in the Supermini 2 class. Jeremy's big heart didn't stop there. Next in line was the "Jesse Cup". Jesse Cup" is a race that features the top 6 athletes from the Supermini classes. The coveted " Jesse Cup" is a race in memory of Jesse Masterpool one of the best up and coming motocross athletes that past away years ago. With the focus of a sharp shooter, Jeremy went out and lead the "Jesse Cup" race from start to finish, claiming his first ever victory at the JR. Motocross event.

Another amazing feat was Fox team athlete Jesse Flock cleaning up all 3 classes he entered with authority. Jesse never hole-shoted a single event. Rather he started mid pack and would quickly slither his way through the narrow, tight one line track. His aggressive, smooth style made the event more than exciting for the crowd on hand. Jesse collect the Schoolboy 2, Open B and the 250 B title giving him a perfect score on his motos for the weekend.

Other outstanding rides were put in by Thor Powell in the 65cc 10-11 class. Thor was able to secure the holeshot and lead the race for several laps before getting passed. Thor ended up 2nd over-all on the night. Lastly, newest Fox team athlete Grant Harlan put on an amazing show within his main events. Grant lead most of his races at the JR. Moto x only to get edged out by friend and his Fox team mate Jesse Flock.

Team Fox Results:

1st Place

Jesse Flock – 250 B 

Jesse Flock – Schoolboy 2 (13-16) 

Jesse Flock – Open B 

Jeremy Ryan – Jesse Cup 


2nd Place

Grant Harlan - Schoolboy 2 (13-16) 

Jeremy Ryan – SuperMini 2 (13-16) 

Casey Cochran – 85cc (9-12) 

Thor Powell – 65cc Limited (10-11) 


3rd Place

Grant Harlan – 250 B 

WESS 2018 Kick Off

FOX Off-Road Athletes Taddy Blazusiak & Manuel Lettenbichler set to take on the ultimate challenge in the inaugural 2018 World Enduro Super Series


In 2018, the all-new World Enduro Super Series, aka "WESS," will aim to answer the age-old question of "Who is the best Off-Road rider in the world?" For the first time in off-road motorcycle racing history, this groundbreaking series will combine multiple racing disciplines including Hard Enduro, Classic Enduro, Cross-Country and Beach Racing into one ultimate championship. The series will take a uniformed points system to 7 of the world’s most well established and supported enduro events, maintaining the unique spirit and regulations of each race. Riders are free to compete on their preferred size of motorcycle, and entry to all events is open to both Amateur & Professional racers. 


With a series of this magnitude being established, our recently retired off-road legend Taddy Blazusiak has elected to return to racing with his eyes on the WESS title. Polish born Blazusiak hung up his boots back in December of 2016, after winning his final Super Enduro on home soil in Krakow. Being the most decorated off-road rider of all time with 6 FIM Super Enduro Championships, 5 AMA EnduroCross Championships, 4 X-Games Moto-X Enduro Gold Medals, and 5 wins at the Erzberg Rodeo, Blazusiak could not just sit idly by as the WESS gets rolling in 2018. Taddy is arguably more inspired and focused than ever thanks to the new level of competition set forth by WESS, and he is a definite favorite to take the championship.


“I’m super stoked about the WESS Series, and it’s a huge inspiration for me to make my return to racing. This is the type of championship that I’ve always dreamed about, and I’ve never been more focused than I am right now. Preparations have been going great and I’m feeling really comfortable on the bike. Time to go racing!” – Taddy Blazusiak


Joining Blazusiak in the WESS is fellow FOX off-road athlete, Manuel Lettenbichler. At only 19 years old, German born Lettenbichler is surely one of the rising stars in the off-road scene. His aggressive and varied riding style will serve as a big advantage across the different categories of racing that the series will offer.


“I’m really excited going into the WESS series. It’s going to be a busy race season with lots of events ahead of us. I think it’s a big motivation for myself with all of the new races we’ll be doing, like the Red Bull Knockout beach race. It’s a good chance for me to show what I’m capable of in all of the different types of riding. I’m all fired up for Portugal as I just returned from a warm-up event in the Dominican Replublic called the Machete Hard Enduro where I took 3rd.”


See below for the full 2018 WESS Schedule:

May 11: Extreme XL Lagares, Portugal Hard Enduro

May 31: Red Bull Erzberg Rodeo, Austria Hard Enduro

June 8: Trèfle Lozérien, France Classic Enduro

July 24: Red Bull Romaniacs, Romania Hard Enduro

September 8: Red Bull 111 Megawatt, Poland Hard Enduro

October 26: Gotland Grand National, Sweden Cross-Country

November 10: Red Bull Knockout, The Netherlands Beach Race


Follow our WESS athletes on Instagram:

Taddy Blazusiak: @taddyblazusiak

Manuel Lettenbichler: @m_letti304



Las Vegas, NV - Supercross Race Recap

Las Vegas, NV - Supercross Race Recap


The Las Vegas Supercross marked the last round of the series. All three championship titles were still open.


250 –


Fox Monster Pro-Circuit riders Joey Savatgy and Adam Cianciarulo mathematically had a chance to win the West Coast 250 title coming into Vegas. Both rides put in a great qualifying session with Adam posting the fastest time and Joey finishing with the 4th best time.


Joey and Adam put in a great heat race as well with Joey taking the win with Adam finishing in 2nd.


As the main started, both riders rounded the first turn just outside the top 5. As the race wore on, Adam put in an amazing charge and worked his was to the lead. He would go on to gap the field and take his first win of the year, just missing the series championship by 2 points. Joey would finish 4th on the night.


 450 -


Chad Reed would line up in the first 450 heat race of the night. Chad jumped out to a great start and would lead several laps. As a fan favorite, the crowd would erupt as Chad circled each lap. He would eventually get into a battle with Eli Tomac creating more excitement for the crowd. Chad would do his best to hold Tomac off but would give up the lead half way through the race and finish second.


In the main, Chad would put in a consistent ride and come home 11th.

Photos: Occtopi Media

Salt Lake City, UT - Supercross Race Recap

Salt Lake City, UT - Supercross Race Recap



The Supercross series made its way to Salt Lake City for the second to last round.  


250 –


Both Fox Monster Pro-Circuit riders Joey Savatgy and Adam Cianciarulo came into the Salk Lake City with a chance to keep their title hopes alive before the riders head to Las Vegas for the final round.


Adam and Joey put in a great qualifying session with Adam setting the fastest time and Joey setting the third best time. Adam would go on to win his heat race with Joey finishing third.


As the main started, Joey grabbed the holeshot with Adam sitting in third. Adam quickly worked his way into second and the two riders would battle for the first half of the race. Joey would eventually make a mistake in the second whoop section allowing Shane McElrath and Adam to pass him. The order would stay the same to the finish with McElrath taking the win, Adam coming home in second and Joey in third. Series points leader Aaron Plessinger would finish fourth on the night.


The riders will head to the last round in Vegas with Adam and Joey still alive in the series championship. Adam trailing the leader by thirteen points and Joey sitting twenty-two points down.



450 –


Chad Reed qualified directly into the main event with a strong sixth place in the first heat race.


Josh Hill was not able to qualify from the heat race forcing him to race the last chance qualifier. Josh got out to a good start in the LCQ, eventually taking the win and getting himself into the main.


The 450 main would see some drama unfold before the riders could even exit the first turn. Series points leader, Jason Anderson just needed to finish fourth on the night to clinch the title. As the riders entered the first turn, Anderson would tangle with Eli Tomac and go down. Anderson remounted quick and appeared to be on the charge to the front of the pack. One lap later, Anderson pulled into the pits with a damaged front wheel suffered in the first turn collision, all but ending his hopes of clinching the title in Salt Lake. His team worked to put a new wheel on the bike. Anderson would eventually rejoin the race 2 laps down. He would work his way to a seventeenth place finish on the night. His main rival in the series, Marvin Musquin would go on to win the race and head into Vegas with a chance at the title, just fourteen points behind Anderson.


Chad would put in a consistent ride finishing eleventh with Josh Hill coming home in sixteenth.

Photos: Octopi Media

Foxborough, MA - Supercross Race Recap

Foxborough, MA - Supercross Race Recap



As the SX series comes to an end, the teams worked their way to Foxborough with just 3 races left in the series.



250 –


Unfortunately, both Monster Fox Pro Circuit riders Austin Forkner and Martin Davalos had to sit out due to injury. Austin is looking to return for the outdoor series with Martin’s return uncertain.  


450 –


Chad Reed had a strong ride in his heat race finishing 5th and qualifying directly to the main event.


As the main started, Chad collided with another rider in the first turn and went down. Chad remounted in last place and started to work his way through the field eventually finishing in 10th.    


The series works its way to Salt Lake city this weekend with just two rounds left on the schedule.

Photod: Octopi Media

Minneapolis, MN - Supercross Race Recap

Minneapolis, MN - Supercross Race Recap


Minneapolis marked the third and final round of the Triple Crown format for the 2018 Supercross series. Both 250 and 450 riders would compete in 3 separate main events during the night program. All vying for individual main event wins and the overall win on the night.



250 -


The 250 class would see Austin Forkner come into the night in second place in the championship standings, just 7 points behind series leader Zach Osbourne.

Austin was at the front during the day qualifying sessions, trading the top spot with Zach Osbourne and Jeremy Martin eventually posting the third fastest time going into the night event.   


Austin jumped out to a great start in the first main event, grabbing the holeshot and running away with the win. It looked as though it was going to be a good night for Austin as they headed into the second of three mains.


As the second main started, Austin was off to a good start, sitting about 4th as they rounded the first turn. As the riders entered a rhythm section on the first lap, Austin ran wide and landed on a tuff block on the side of the track going down in the process. Austin remounted quick and started his charge back through the pack. Austin would go down several times as he tried to work his way through the field. The final fall coming on the last lap within sight of the finish line, costing him more positions. He would eventually finish 10th.


As the third main event started, Austin was looking to rebound from his rough second main event. He started well, working his way into third early in the race. His luck would run out mid-way through the main with a hard crash in the whoops. Austin went down hard with his bike landing on him after his initial impact. Austin was able to walk off the track under his own power but appeared to be favoring his left shoulder.


Early reports have Austin with an injured left collarbone.




450 -


Chad Reed would qualify directly into the night program posting the 12 fastest time qualifying.

Chad would finish 12th and 13th in the first two main events with a 9th in the final main of the night. The combined finishes would have Chad finish 13th overall for the night.

Photos: Octopi Media 



As the 2018 series reaches the final stages, the riders made their way to Seattle with just 5 races left for the 450’s and 2 races left for the 250-west class. There is always a chance of wet conditions in Seattle...This year was no different.

Rain hammered the stadium throughout the day forcing organizers to change the practice schedule during the day and shorten the main events for the night program.


For Fox riders, Seattle marked the debut of the all new Airline racewear. The Pro Circuit team would be in the navy/white with Chad Reed in the black. 



250 –


As the 250 riders entered Seattle, Fox Monster Pro Circuit Kawasaki riders Joey Savatgy and Adam Cianciarulo where sitting second and third in the points. Managing the tricking track conditions would be key for both riders as the night program got started. 250 heat 1 would see Adam struggle in the mud, going down and not able to recover to a qualifiing position. He would have to go to the last chance qualifier on a night where anything could happen with the tricky track condictions.


Joey had a great ride in heat race 2, finishing second. Adam would go on to win the LCQ to get himself into the main event.


As the main started, Joey was off to a great start, running in 3rd place. A fall mid way through the race would all but end Joey’s main event and any chances at the 250 west title. Adam would get out to a slow start running mid pack in the early stages. Adam would pick up the pace, geeting himslef in the podium postion in the late stages. On the final lap, Adam was able to make one last pass to finish 3rd on the night and keep his slim championship hopes alive.  



450 –


Chad had a strong ride in the heat race, managing the muddy conditions perfectly to finish 3rd.


As the main got underway, Chad jumped out to a good start managing to exit the first turn in the top 10. Chad would ride a smart and consistent race running in the top 5 for most of the main event. As the race came down to the final stages, Chad looked to have his best finish of the year in hand starting the last lap in fifth place. The adverse conditions had taken their toll on Chads bike. As he rounded the last turn, battling to hang on to 5th place, his bike finally gave in. Chad, never one to quit, immediately jumped off his bike trying to push it the final 5 yards to the finish. As smoke poured from his bike, Chad continued to hold it wide open slowly working his way across the line to finish 7th, still his best finish of the year and continuing to solidify his place as a fan favorite.     

Never let the heat slow you down


The Fox Racing Airline gear set has a reputation. It's lightweight, and breathable beyond compare, constructed with an open-mesh fabric, it's specifically designed for hot and humid riding conditions. Today, we take the trusted Airline jersey and pant one step further - increasing airflow, reducing weight and improving flexibility.


Hot riding conditions put additional demands on you and your gear. Relentless heat, suffocating humidity and uncomfortable, sweaty gear not only rob performance, but they make your ride less fun. And that’s the only reason we’re riding anyways. Our all-new Airline gear set was designed to maximize your comfort in the hottest and most humid conditions. The jersey is lightweight, moisture wicking, and so unbelievably airy you’ll think someone turned the AC on. The pants follow suit with a vented lower leg and targeted venting throughout, specifically designed to maximize airflow and comfort. Motocross in the summer can be brutal. Get prepared for hot weather riding with the Airline gear set and give yourself an unfair advantage on the track.