Ryan’s constant effort and never give up attitude have earned him yet another 450 Supercross Championship. Wrapping up the championship before the final round against a field of riders touted as the “deepest in history” makes the accomplishment even more amazing.
We are proud to be a part of the ride RV!
Ryan jumped out front in New Jersey where he rode strong and never looked back, making him the first rider to ever win a 450 Supercross Main at Met Life Stadium.
Ryan Villopoto had to go to the semi, which he won in order to get to the main event in Seattle. From the drop of the gate in the 450 main RV was out in front and never looked back. He increased his lead to 48 going into East Rutherford, NJ.
Kailub won his third straight XC1 race at the Big Buck GNCC. After a first turn tangle with another rider, he rode through the pack during a grueling three hour, 6-lap race.
Houston was the host of the 14th round of 2014 Monster Energy AMA Supercross. It proved to be a tricky track with a long whoop section and a few option lanes.
Ryan Villopoto regained the top step of the podium in dominating fashion. From first turn to finish line, RV attacked the track to finish 13 seconds over the next rider.
In the 250cc Main Event, Dean Wilson put in an amazing late race effort to catch and almost pass the leader on the last lap, showing his grit and determination.
The third round of the 2014 Kenda AMA National Enduro Series was the Rad Dad Enduro in Westpoint, Tennessee.
Thor elite rider Charlie Mullins struggled with some braking issues in the early tests, but charged hard in the coming rounds to take the overall finish by over 25 seconds.
This marked his third straight win of the season, proving he’s the man to beat in this year’s Enduro circuit.