This year’s Monster Energy Cup in fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada, was one for the books. Between the multiple track layout and the intense competition, it was going to be no easy feat to claim that million-dollar prize. In this “pre-supercross” season debut our OGIO riders showed they will tough to beat in the 2020 season. Moto Concept Honda’s Malcolm Stewart was on fire, battling with the top of the field throughout the night. Malcolm would go on to win Moto 2 after not having raced in 9 months due to a broken femur early in the 2019 supercross season. The talk of the night, however, was the 450 rookie Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Adam Cianciarulo. AC was on top of the leader board after timed qualifying one, which gave him the momentum and confidence headed into the races. After the first two races, Stewart, Tomac, and Cianciarulo would find themselves in a three-way tie going into the third main event! With $100,000 on the line, these three gave the fans what they paid for! They battled hard with OGIO’s Adam Cianciarulo barley edging out Tomac for the overall win and huge cash bonus!
OGIO supports some of the fastest amateur motocross racing in the world and they were would in force in Vegas. The all-star rookie Jett Lawrence, brother to pro rider Hunter Lawrence, dominated the Supercross 250 Futures class Saturday. Battling close was the young Husqvarna rider Jalek Swoll. Brock Papi made the long haul out from Pennsylvania to do battle with the factory guys. OGIO is proud to support the entire Amateur all-star podium.
Congratulations to all of our OGIO athletes on an incredible weekend in Vegas!