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Tim Gajser
2019 MX GP World Champion
Tim Gajser is a Slovenian professional motocross racer. He competes in the MXGP Class in the FIM MXGP World Championships as a rider for Team Honda HRC. Tim was born on the September 8th in 1996 in Ptuj, Slovenia. His father Bogomir was also a motocross rider and introduced his son to the sport at a young age. He remains his coach to this day.

Gajser has one older brother Nejc, and two younger sisters Alja and Neja. In 1995 his family went through a tragedy when his 3-year-old brother Žan was killed in a racing accident. During a race the young boy wandered on a track bellow one of the jumps and was hit by his father's motorcycle during landing. Tim Gajser rides with the number 243 in honor of his deceased brother, who was born on 24th of March.

In 2015, Gajser won his first World Championship in the MX2 Class while riding for the Gariboldi Honda team. In 2016, Gajser graduated to the MXGP Class under the wing of Team Honda HRC. In a stunning rookie MXGP season, Gajser was crowned the 2016 MXGP World Champion.
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Loïc Bruni
WORLD CHAMPION
Loic was born in the south of France - French Riviera. Always happy, easy on the bike, Loic started to race in XC, DH and Trial. Training on famous home trails like Peille or Cap d'Ail, Loic signed his first contract for his first year as a Junior. He joined Sam Blenkinsop, his idol, and started to improve his speed and his race approach with him.

Better food, thinking about recovery, off time, and working with his best friend and Mechanic Jack Roure, Loic reached the Elite podium during his 2nd year as a Junior, in Windham USA. He became the World Champion in 2015, and after that he won his first World Cup stage in 2016, Cairns - Autralia.
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ADAM CIANCIARULO CROWNED 2019 250 CHAMPION | 26/08/2019

A storied quest for championship glory was finally completed for Adam Cianciarulo last weekend as the 22-year old Floridian clinched the 2019 AMA 250 Motocross Championship in Indiana. The first title of Cianciarulo's career comes at an opportune moment, capping off his 250 career with the #1 held high before he transitions to the 450 Class in 2020. AC racked up 6 overall wins along the way to the championship and was able to clinch the title after Moto #1 in Indiana.

Touted as one of the most promising stars from a young age (with 11 major amateur titles), Adam joined Mitch Payton's Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki and began his pro career in the summer of 2013. After many up and down seasons, filled with injuries and setbacks, Cianciarulo was a new man in 2019 and finished 2nd in the West Region AMA Supercross series before dominating the Pro Motocross series this summer. On top of Cianciarulo's big weekend, HRC's Ken Roczen also had a very positive end to the 2019 summer campaign and clinched 2nd in the 450 Championship with 2-3 Moto scores on his way to second overall.

 

Ironman 250 Moto Recap

Adam Cianciarulo Highlights

Cianciarulo had the opportunity to wrap the title in the 250 Moto #1 and avoid a do or die situation in the final moto of the season. All he had to do was avoid conceding more than 4 points on Dylan Ferrandis who sat second in the series standings. Nerves were at an all-time high when the gate dropped, and Ferrandis jumped out to an early lead with his teammate Justin Cooper second and Cianciarulo in 3rd. Ferrandis & Cooper exchanged positions a few times while AC lurked behind, making sure to ride consistent and smooth laps regardless of the running order. Ferrandis eventually gained command of the lead and at a certain point in the moto; AC would have to wait to be champion unless he could pass Cooper. AC finally made the move with just 5 laps remaining in the race, finishing up in second to secure his first career professional title. He was overcome with emotions as the team embraced him after the finish and was on top of the world as he donned the #1 for the first time!

As the 250 riders slotted into the gate for the final moto of the year, Adam Cianciarulo couldn't wipe the grin off his face after, being crowned champion just over an hour prior. Not wanting to leave anything on the table, AC got another strong start and took the green flag running in 3rd. He stayed there for a majority of the moto, but eventually finished 4th and went 2-4 for 3rd Overall on the day. The only number that mattered to him was the #1 as he celebrated with his team well into the night.

"The road to this championship has been a journey. As a kid, I always knew I would be in this position, but then it seemed like that was taken from me (with injuries). In the end, I would rather wait to Year 6 and get it this way, knowing how much I’ve learned and grown as a person. It’s just amazing what you can do if you put your mind to it. I couldn’t do this without my incredible support system behind me. There are so many people that have made this happen. I’m just so proud of my team.” - Adam Cianciarulo

 

Ironman 450 Moto Recap

Ken Roczen Highlights

Ken Roczen got off to a great start in 450 Moto #1 and took control of the lead before taking the green flag on the opening lap. The German put in a strong ride, leading a majority of the moto with Marvin Musquin and Eli Tomac in tow during a full-on nail biter. The three leaders gapped the field by a massive gap, and Roczen ended up 2nd after a small mistake with just 4 laps to go allowed Musquin to pass him.

The final race of the season was another positive outing for Ken Roczen as the German looked to earn the runner-up spot in the already decided 450 MX Championship. After another strong start, Roczen briefly led again before slotting into 3rd place by the time the moto came to an end. 2-3 scores were good for 2nd Overall on the day and allowed Kenny to finish up 2nd for the series. After a year filled with ups and downs including some health issues, Roczen is happy to finish up the season in one piece and looks forward to a productive off-season aimed at chasing both 450 Titles next year.

 

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Super Bruni Champion in Mont Sainte-Anne! | 02/09/2019

Loic Bruni summited the top of the downhill mountain biking world as he led from start to finish and took home yet another rainbow jersey. This amazing performance puts him in rarified air as only the second rider to have won four World Championships. On top of that, he is only the second rider to have ever won three Downhill World Championships in a row - the first to do it in nearly two decades! The action on the legendary track at Mont Sainte-Anne was intense; each of the last five riders set a new, fastest time of the day! Loic was last to go thanks to his position as the current World Champion, and he showed once again how he thrives under pressure by setting the fastest time on three of the four segments to win by just over a half-second. After celebrating his amazing performance, Loic will turn his attention to the final World Cup race of the season next week in Snowshoe, West Virginia. Loic currently holds first place for the overall title and can become one of only a handful of riders to win both titles in one season! Stay tuned for more info and congrats to Loic on his incredible performance!

 

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