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Chad Reed
Known as one of the grittiest and most driven riders to ever grace the SX/MX scene, Australian born Chad Reed is truly one of the most decorated riders in the history of our sport. From risking it all and moving to Europe to chase MXGP glory at a young age, challenging the GOAT Ricky Carmichael at the peak of his career and investing in himself and doing things HIS way with his own team effort in TwoTwo Motorsports, Reed has done it all.

In 2001, Reed left his native Australia and punched his ticket to Europe to contest the FIM 250cc MX World Championship. He became the first Australian to ever win an MXGP that year and would eventually finish up his rookie MXGP Championship campaign in 2nd Place. Later that same year he made his first splash into the US based media when he battled the King of Supercross and his childhood hero Jeremy McGrath at the Paris-Bercy Supercross. Starting in 2002, Reed came to the US full-time and won his first SX title that year in the 125cc East Coast Supercross Series. The next year Reed made the quick jump to the premier 250cc class and battled Ricky Carmichael throughout an amazing season, ending it just 7 points shy of the title behind RC.

Reed captured the 250cc SX title the very next year, winning 10 out of 17 rounds of the series. Reed stayed competitive over the next few seasons and formed his own private team alongside Yamaha in 2007, dubbed L&M Racing. Reed began to carve out his reputation in the industry and became known for doing things his way or not at all. In 2009 Reed joined Factory Suzuki and he returned to MX racing after a two-year hiatus. He wrapped the AMA Motocross Championship at Round 10 of the series, earning the first outdoor title of his career.

After a tough and injury riddled year with Factory Kawasaki in 2010, Reed returned with a vengeance in 2011 with his own private team, aptly named TwoTwo Motorsports. Reed battled for the SX championship that year and ended up 2nd Overall by just 4 points on the season. Over the next few years Reed truly took on the People’s Champion role among SX & MX fans, battling for and earning multiple wins but also suffering some serious injuries that kept him out of overall title contention.

At the end of 2015 after shutting down his TwoTwo Motorsports effort for good, Reed reunited with Factory Yamaha, the brand with whom he started his career with in the US back in 2002. With multiple podium finishes in 2016, Reed enters 2017 feeling rejuvenated and ready to chase after more wins in the coming years.
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Tim Gajser
Tim Gajser is a Slovenian professional motocross racer. He competes in the MXGP Class in the FIM MXGP World Championships as a rider for Team Honda HRC. Tim was born on the September 8th in 1996 in Ptuj, Slovenia. His father Bogomir was also a motocross rider and introduced his son to the sport at a young age. He remains his coach to this day.

Gajser has one older brother Nejc, and two younger sisters Alja and Neja. In 1995 his family went through a tragedy when his 3-year-old brother Žan was killed in a racing accident. During a race the young boy wandered on a track bellow one of the jumps and was hit by his father's motorcycle during landing. Tim Gajser rides with the number 243 in honor of his deceased brother, who was born on 24th of March.

In 2015, Gajser won his first World Championship in the MX2 Class while riding for the Gariboldi Honda team. In 2016, Gajser graduated to the MXGP Class under the wing of Team Honda HRC. In a stunning rookie MXGP season, Gajser was crowned the 2016 MXGP World Champion.
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2018 Supercross Montreal | 15/09/2018

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After a five-year hiatus, the infamous Supercross Montreal returned to “le belle province”. Hosted inside one of the city’s most prized landmarks, the Olympic Stadium transforms the former baseball field into a supercross track inviting 15,000+ fans in.  Almost thirty-six years since the Montreal Expos played their final MLB game at the stadium, the monumental building is still rich with heritage and impressive to be racing in.  Among the international field of riders competing, the Fox Moto team had the GDR Honda squad of Dylan Wright & Colton Facciotti, former AMA SX winner Josh Hill, and Canadian FMX rider Kyle Demelo.

 

Dylan Wright #12 – MX2:

With minimal Supercross experience, Dylan Wright put in work post-motocross season in preparation for the Montreal race.  Qualifying struggles lingered with Dylan all day as he took two very hard crashes that left him bruised and slow moving, but he still managed to score well with a 4th place lap time.  Dylan was aiming for podium finish to start the SX Tour season off, but unfortunately still feeling the effects of his earlier crashes, Wright went down on the opening lap of the MX2 main event and had to pull off from the race with a DNF.

 

Kyle Demelo - FMX:

Canadian Freestyle rider Kyle Demelo performed during the intermission of the races for the Montreal motorhead fans and put in shows that got people out of their seat.  Rehabbing off several severe injuries, Kyle’s return to action in Montreal was the kick off to his 2018/2019 season that starts with the upcoming Nitro Circus tour.

 

Colton Facciotti #45 – MX1:

Fresh off his 5th Canadian Motocross Championship, Colton Facciotti had no time to waste before SX Season kicked off only weeks later.  A former winner of the Montreal Supercross, Colton has sufficient SX skills to take a victory any year that he lines up.  Qualifying in 6th amongst a heavy stack of international imports, Facciotti was aiming for a podium result to make it through the first round and remain in contention for the Triple Crown.  Facciotti Finished the night with 5-10-9 Main Event scores, placing him just short of that in 7th overall.

 

Josh Hill #75 – MX1:

International rider and former AMA supercross race winner, Josh Hill made his second appearance in the 2018 Triple Crown Series, but this time to mix it up in the SX Tour.  With top supercross results in his past, Hill’s racing has a more fun approach that keeps his riding entertaining to watch on the track.  With the goal of a top 5 overall finish, Hill made it happen with 9-3-6 Main Event scores.

 

MX2 Race Results:

1st – Jess Pettis

2nd – Logan Karnow

3rd  – Shawn Maffenbeier

4th – Tanner Ward

5th – Marco Cannella

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16th – Dylan Wright

 

MX1 Race Results:

1st – Malcolm Stewart (1-1-1)

2nd – Colt Nichols (2-2-2)

3rd – Matt Goerke (4-5-3)

4th – Cole Thompson (3-9-4)

5th – Josh Hill (9-3-6)

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7th – Colton Facciotti (5-10-9)

 

For complete results from the 2018 Rockstar Energy Triple Crown Series visit the below links:

http://cmrc.tracksideresults.com/index.asp

http://www.rockstartriplecrown.com/results.html

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BACK TO BACK WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR LOIC BRUNI | 10/09/2018

Defending UCI World Champion, Loic Bruni, put on a magnificent performance to claim his 3rd UCI MTB DH World Champs title in Lenzerheide, Switzerland. In the closest of contests, Bruni edged out his nearest competitor by 0.2 seconds to take his 2nd consecutive World Champs title.

 

 

 

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