Ryan Dungey

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Ryan Michael Dungey
Nationality American
Born (1989-12-04) December 4, 1989 (age 26)
Belle Plaine, Minnesota
Current team Redbull KTM
Bike number # 1
Website http://www.ryandungey.com

Ryan Dungey (born December 4, 1989) is an American professional motocross racer competing in the AMA Supercross and Motocross championships. Ryan Dungey is the current 450cc class Monster Energy Supercross champion and AMA 450 Motocross Champion.

Born in Belle Plaine, Minnesota, Ryan Dungey currently resides in Tallahassee, Florida, with his wife Lindsay Dungey. He currently rides for the Austrian motorcycle manufacturer, KTM, on their premiere North American factory racing team, RedBull KTM. Ryan Dungey trains with legendary trainer Aldon Baker and is mentored by Red Bull KTM team manager, Roger DeCoster. Ryan Dungey has the distinction of being one of the few professional motocross athletes to turn pro directly from the "B" class in amateur racing; a feat that has not been successfully accomplished many times.

Dungey has won every major title in American Motocross and Supercross. Dungey has also been crowned the champion of the world's largest international motocross race, the Motocross des Nations, three times. In total, Ryan Dungey currently has six major AMA championships which place him among the best motocrossers of all time. Dungey is in 8th place in all-time 450 supercross race wins (25) and 6th place in all-time supercross combined wins (37). In motocross, Dungey is in 2nd place in all-time 450 motocross overall wins (38) and 3rd place in all-time combined motocross overall wins (45). Finally, Ryan Dungey is in 5th place in all-time combined Supercross and Motocross wins with 70 total race wins. Apart from his championships, Dungey is known for his friendliness, charity work, consistent podium finishes and near-textbook riding style.


2016 AMA Supercross/Motocross Season[edit]

2016 Supercross Results[1]
Round Date Place Finished Total Points Standing
1 January 9 Anaheim 2nd 22 2nd
2 January 16 San Diego 1st 47 1st
3 January 23 Anaheim II 1st 72 1st
4 January 30 Oakland 1st 97 1st
5 February 6th Phoenix
6 February 13 San Diego
7 February 20 Arlington
8 February 27 Atlanta
9 March 5 Daytona
10 March 12 Toronto
11 March 19 Detroit
12 April 2nd Santa Clara
13 April 9th Indianapolis
14 April 16 Saint Louis
15 April 23 Foxborough
16 April 30 East Rutherford
17 May 7th Las Vegas

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Accomplishments[edit]

  • 2009 AMA West Coast SX Lites Champion
  • 2009 AMA 250 Motocross Champion
  • 2009 Motocross des Nations Champion
      • 2010 AMA Monster Energy Supercross 450 Champion *** = Default
      • 2010 AMA 450 Motocross Champion
      • = Default
  • 2010 Motocross des Nations Champion
  • 2011 Motocross des Nations Champion
      • 2012 AMA 450 Motocross Champion *** = Default
  • 2015 AMA Monster Energy Supercross 450 Champion
      • 2015 AMA 450 Motocross Champion *** = Default
  • 2015 ESPY AWARD for BEST MALE ACTION SPORTS ATHLETE
  • 2016 First Motocross Rider on Wheaties Box

Total Career AMA Wins[edit]

  • 12 in Supercross Lites Class
  • 25 in Supercross Class 6-2010 1-2011 4-2012 2-2013 1-2014 8-2015 3-2016 (8th all-time)
  • 7 in Motocross 250 Class 3-2008 4-2009
  • 38 in Motocross 450 Class 10-2010 4-2011 10-2012 3-2013 4-2014 7-2015 (2nd all-time)
  • 70 AMA total wins (5th all-time)
  • (Supercross 125/250 Lites class wins are regional and excluded from total wins)

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