2021 AMA Supercross & Motocross Wrap Up
WHO: OGIO Champions
WHAT:  2021 Supercross and Motocross
WHERE: California
GEAR: Rig 9800 Pro

 

     

There truly has not been a more competitive AMA Supercross and AMA Motocross season for as long as we can remember. Each championship both 450cc and 250cc came down to the wire. Past 450 SX Champion Cooper Webb, did it again and wrapped up yet another 450 Premier class Supercross title along with first time SX 250 champions, Colt Nichols and Justin Cooper. All three of these OGIO athletes took it down to the wire and persevered with their first, of what could be many, AMA Championships. This past season and the accompanying 10 day residencies, allowed OGIO to truly shine and provide the equipment necessary, for the grind of the 17 rounds season. We’re happy we were able to play a big role in the crazy travel of Supercross 2021.

As the hectic, yet successful Supercross season thanks to Feld Ent., came to a close, the racers took their two weeks off and then jumped headfirst into the AMA Motocross 12 round season. Once again, we saw battles throughout the hot and humid, great outdoors! To see Premier 450 class rookie racer and OGIO athlete Dylan Ferrandis, take down arguably one of the most dominant outdoor champions to ever throw a leg over a bike, was truly a sight to see for fans around the world. We could not be prouder of Dylan and his accomplishments in just his first year on the 450. Of course, we cannot shy away or leave out undoubtedly one of the most popular racers in the paddock, Jett Lawrence. HRC Honda racer in his first full season as a true title contender did just that, he won the 250 outdoor National Championship! We’re excited to work close with Jett and his close knit crew to continue developing a relationship that lasts throughout his career. We have some fun projects coming down the line so stay tuned!

Cheers to 5 amazing champions for putting on a hell of a show and of course, for always proudly repping the Ogio brand. Bring on 2022!

October 19, 2021 by Sierra Kapin