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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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Loris Vergier
Loris Vergier's been racing bikes since he was 10 years old, and he brings two Junior World Cup titles, a Junior World Championship, and two Elite World Cup podiums with him to the Syndicate—we can't wait to see what he can do.
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2018 SX Tour – Round 3 | 03/11/2018

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The Rockstar Energy Triple Crown series nears the end of its championship battle and only eight points separated first and second place in the chase for the 100k Triple Crown prize money.  Round 3 of the Championship battle was hosted inside the Videotron Centre in Quebec City.

 

Dylan Wright #12 – SX1:

After a disappointing opening round of the SX Tour in Montreal, Dylan Wright was sidelined for round two and made his return to racing at round three in the SX1 class.  With SX1 teammate in a championship battle, the added competition would prove to be a factor.  Qualifying for the night show in 9th place, speculations that Dylan’s motives for the night’s racing were in question so the GDR Honda team decided to have Dylan sit out from the night’s racing to avoid any discrepancies. 

 

Colton Facciotti #45 – SX1:

The tension around the points battle between Facciotti and Triple Crown Series leader, Cole Thompson was peaking in Quebec City.  The gap was only 8 points with two main events left to go.  With aggressive riding coming into play several times earlier in the Triple Crown series, Facciotti’s strategy was to get the holeshot and check out for the Main Event win and avoid drama.   Getting another Royal Distributing Holeshot, Colton clicked off clean laps while leading the entire main event until disaster struck in the last corner from a charging Cole Thompson. Facciotti was ejected across the finish line, but did not remount and went to the hospital for further evaluation. This now drops Facciotti down 11 points from the Triple Crown title with one main event left.  At this time, it’s unknown if Colton will be recovered to race round 4.

 

SX2 Race Results:

1st – Jess Pettis

2nd – Logan Karnow

3rd  – Shawn Maffenbeier

4th – Tanner Ward

5th – Marco Cannella

                   

SX2 Championship Standings:

1st – Jess Pettis (90 pts)

2nd – Logan Karnow (79 pts)

3rd – Shawn Maffenbeier (77 pts)

4th – Marco Cannella (65 pts)

5th – Tanner Ward (59 pts)

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23rd Dylan Wright (9 pts)

 

 

SX1 Race Results:

1st – Cole Thompson

2nd – Colton Facciotti

3rd – Phil Nicoletti

4thCody Vanbuskirk

5th – Tyler Medaglia

 

SX1 Championship Standings:

1st – Cole Thompson (83 pts)

2nd – Colton Facciotti (74 pts)

3rd – Phil Nicoletti (65 pts)

4th – Matt Georke (58 pts)

5th – Tyler Medaglia (58 pts)

 

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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FOX RULES RAMPAGE | 30/10/2018

Domination. Fox riders Brett Rheeder, Andreu Lacondeguy and Ethan Nell sweep the podium at the world’s toughest mountain bike event!

 

BRETT RHEEDER - 1ST PLACE

In his sixth trip to Red Bull Rampage, Brett Rheeder showed the perfect combination of speed, amplitude, and his patented style to take the top step of the podium and his first Rampage win. His huge styled out flat 360 was done on a line only he attempted and helped to separate him from the competition with a final score of 89.66. He only needed that first run score and his second became a victory lap after waiting out the runs of his competitors. Brett adds this victory to a stunning list of achievements in the sport of Freestyle Mountain Biking. Congrats Brett!

 

Watch Brett Rheeder Winning Run

 

 

ANDREU LACONDEGUY - 2ND PLACE

Always a fan favorite, 2014 Redbull Rampage winner and Mountain Bike legend Andreu Lacondeguy showed passion and precision as he pulled out all the stops and pushed his Fox teammate Brett Rheeder to the limits with his final run. Adding his iconic style to giant airs during his second run he was on a burner until a late crash cemented his second place position with his incredible first run score of 87.33 - only 2 points behind Rheeder. Another Rampage podium adds to his already astonishing competition history, and you can bet he'll be back with his eyes on the top step for 2019!

 

Watch Andreu Lacondeguy Second Place Run

 

 

ETHAN NELL - 3RD PLACE

At only 21 years of age, Ethan Nell has already positioned himself as one of the most exciting new stars in the world of Freestyle Mountain Biking with his second podium at Rampage. Only 2 years ago, Ethan was digging for competitors like Andreu Lacondeguy. He got his first shot at the event in 2017 and made the most of it with a 3rd place finish. He had to up his game dramatically this year to maintain that podium position. His aggressive riding style and in-depth knowledge of the terrain in Virgin, Utah set his first run apart and came in at 86.33 - good enough to best everyone except his two Fox teammates. Big things are on the horizon for Ethan, and we expect him to keep climbing that podium in 2019 and beyond!

 

Watch Ethan Nell's Third Place Run

 

 

Brett, Andreu, and Ethan are part of the Fox MTB Global Freestyle team and compete in our podium proven products including the Rampage Pro Carbon helmet and Flexair jersey's, pants and gloves.

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