The prestigious Mint 400 took place March 11-15 in Las Vegas. Dustin Jones and Shane Dowden placed 1st in the UTV Pro 1900 class.
Kailub Russell dominated the motorcycle classes again, while Adam McGill took his first ATV win since 2008. Treavis Poynter won in UTVs. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC’s Thad DuVall (XC1 Pro) placed 3rd and Nick Davis (XC2 Pro Lites) placed 2nd in his class, 8th overall.
There’s always something exciting in Jay Clark’s world, and this past winter was no exception. Check out the bikes he built, the motocross magazines he worked with, and a few great shots with the legendary Ryan Villopoto!
Ryan Dungey and Marvin Musquin continued their dominating seasons with another win for each of them. Both of them are setting themselves up for their respective championships in the overall standings.
Nothing is more fun than customizing your dirt bike to match your preferred style of riding. There are so many accessories to chose from when it comes to decking out your motorcycle that it can be hard to choose where to start. We’ve polled a bunch of dirt bike riders to see what they would add first. Read here for their results!
Ryan Villopoto showed the world what kind of speed he’s used to, pulling off 1-3 finishes for 1st overall. In MX2, Jeffrey Herlings dominated again with another 1-1 result for the day.
Kailub Russell started out strong with a dominating win in the XC1 Pro class for motorcycles. On the ATV side of the spectrum, Walker Fowler took advantage of some lapped traffic to edge out Adam McGill for the win.
Ryan Dungey and Marvin Musquin gave Daytona goers a 1-1 KTM sweep – the third time they’ve done so in the last four races. In 450SX, Eli Tomac and Blake Baggett took the remaining podium spots. In 250SX East, Justin Bogle and Jeremy Martin took 2nd and 3rd.
Max Nagl (MXGP) and Jeffrey Herlings (MX2) swept both motos in their respective classes. Clement Desalle, Antonio Cairoli, Gautier Paulin, Julien Lieber and Dylan Ferrandis all had respectable results as well. Ryan Villopoto’s inaugural MXGP race was a bit of a disappointment, however. He placed only 7th overall.
Rocky Mountain ATV/MC employee Scott Oakes spent several days with LS2 Helmets at the beginning of this year’s Dakar Rally. Check out this amazing report of his experience.