Ryan Dungey shook up the motocross field when he announced that he'll be riding a KTM in 2012, but dirt fans will get a sneak peak of Dungey's new outfit this weekend when he hits the track at the Monster Energy Cup in Las Vegas.
Ryan Dungey had a pretty successful career with the Rockstar/Makita Suzuki team. But the premier dirt bike rider is making a big career change next season as he has signed a two year contract with the Red Bull KTM team.
This weekend, the best riders around the country will gather in Las Vegas to compete for a $1 million prize during the Monster Energy Cup. Each race has a $250,000, but if a rider can claim victory at all three races, they'll walk away with a $1 million check.
When you have motorcycle icons Ricky Carmichael and Jeremy McGrath design a course, you're bound to get something pretty cool. Monster Energy has just released a few details, and a cool animation video of the new Monster Energy Cup track in Las Vegas.
After Ryan Dungey announced that he would be leaving the Yamaha team earlier this month, most people speculated that the Supercross star would find his way to the KTM brand. Well, most people were right. Ryan Dungey officially signed with the Red Bull / KTM Factory team to race the the 2012 and 2013 AMA Pro Supercross and Motocross Championship Series.
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