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About Dungey

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 American Motorcycle Association (AMA) championships, which places him among the best motocross racers of all time.

Whats the difference between a dirt bike and a streetbike?

A dirt bike is not street legal and is only made for off road. A street bike is made for the road, however, both are made for speed. A dirt bike can be a four stroke engine or a two stroke engine. A four stroke uses regular gas and a two stroke uses gas with a special oil mixture for engine lubrication. Street bikes use regular gas.
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Past to Now

Before the start of the 2012 season, Ryan made the decision to reunite with his mentor Roger DeCoster on the Red Bull / KTM Factory team. The relationship has been incredibly successful; taking only 2 races for KTM to bring home its FIRST EVER Supercross victory. Ryan also reeled off TEN consecutive victories during the 2012 Motocross season and won the Overall Motocross title.

Congratulations Ryan Dungey, 2016 Supercross Champion

Home Town

Born in Belle Plaine, Minnesota, Ryan Dungey currently lives 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.

Ryan Dungey Bio Form His Web Site



Ryan Michael Dungey


Belle Plaine, MN


Tallahassee, FL

Turned Pro:

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