Red Bull KTM’s Ryan Dungey is … Red Bull KTM’s Ryan Dungey again! Five years after retiring, Dungey returned to the starting gates of Lucas Oil Pro Motocross to see if he’s still fast enough to compete at the top level. (Spoiler alert: Yep, he is.)
Ryan Dungey’s shock return to Lucas Oil Pro Motocross. A revolution in youth and amateur development. A surprise factory GNCC ride for a day. A hidden gem of off-road motorcycle history, now lost but not forgotten.
“Maybe I should not have completely retired when I did.” Five years after announcing his retirement, Ryan Dungey shocked the sport by coming back to Lucas Oil Pro Motocross—and being pretty darn fast!
That Last Big Step
Teams have endured too many strikeouts. Too much pay for too many busts. How do they fix it? A new three-pronged process of pro races, combines, and futures races might be the answer.
GNCC Tourist First Class
“If I had a factory bike, I’d be faster too.” Our own Mitch Kendra finds out if that’s really true when he lines up for the Mason-Dixon GNCC on a fully prepped factory bike.
The Lost Museum
For decades, Jim Hoellerich housed an astonishing collection of off-road motorcycles in an unassuming barn in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts. Jim and the museum are now gone, but we’re thrilled to pay tribute to the man and his museum.