WHAT:  RD 17, Race recap SLC, Utah
GEAR: Rig 9800


We would like to start off with a huge shout out to Feld Entertainment. Without this group, we wouldn’t have had a true end to the 2020 Supercross season. Thank you so very much to Mike Muye and the staff at Feld!

With the amazing work from Feld and the Utah State Athletic Association, the final seven rounds were all completed Rice Eccles Stadium. Ogio athletes were able to take home both 250 East and 250 West titles along with an amazing runner up finish from the current Champion Cooper Webb, in the premier 450 class. We could not be more proud to represent such elite athletes and helping them travel not only the globe, but also help them hunker down in Salt Lake City for the past month and live out of our Ogio products.

Dylan Ferrandis has backed up yet another West Coast 250 championship along with East Coast back to back champion in the 250 class, Chase Sexton. These guys fought hard all season long with Austin Forkner and Shane McElrath pushing to literally the final Main events of the season.

2019 Champion Cooper Webb is nothing short of a Supercross and Motocross warrior. This young man battled one of the winningest Supercross racers to ever throw a leg over a bike and pushed him to the final round when nobody else could. Cooper managed 4 wins on the season and accomplished wins with a competitor literally within seconds of him through each victory. Coopers mental strength sets him apart from every racer in the paddock.

Congratulations goes out not only to our Ogio athletes but also Eli Tomac for taking his first premier 450 Supercross championship of his career.

Other strong notables to speak of, would be the final round of the SLC7 in which Zack Osborne, Jason Anderson, and the stream Lee likable Dean Wilson, put their Rockstar Husqvarna‘s on the podium in a clean sweep of the podium.

June 30, 2020