Photo: Rich Shepard

Even after a first turn pileup in moto one left Zach Osborne starting near the back of the pack, his determination and will to persevere saw him battle his way back to eighth place in moto one. Then with a 53 point lead coming into moto two, he rode with the heart of a champion and won moto two in convincing fashion to wrap up the 2017 250 National Motocross Championship with one round remaining. Zach's strong performances all season long made him the dominant rider and his title is much deserved.

A big congratulations goes out to Zach...

All photos: Mike Vizer

After nearly a week of racing in the hot and humid conditions of central Tennessee, FLY amateur motocross riders put in a strong showing that resulted in 45 total top three moto medals , six national titles  and a three-way tie for most titles earned by a gear brand. Once again the FLY amateur support rig was on hand all week to assist riders and show support for amateur motocross at the grassroots level. Following is a list of FLY athletes and their showings at Loretta Lynn’s:

Top Three Moto Finish Medal Count: Gold – 12 | Silver...

Darrin Mees // Moto Family

August 14, 2017

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"Riding, racing and traveling has brought us to so many amazing places in the world and gained us an awesome circle of people.

When Darrin retired from Snocross and we had our two babies, we weren't sure if we would ever be back racing. It was a hard year, until we changed our mind set and said we weren't done, we were finding our way back.

We set our goals high and made it happen. This time on our own terms... our own family team, our way.

We are so grateful for who we have as a part of our Moto family...

His rookie year in XC2 GNCC racing may not have gotten off to the start he would have liked, but that doesn’t mean Braxton McGee is ready to give up in the slightest. After recovering from an injury incurred at the opening round, Braxton is back on the bike, training—and even more important—having fun on his dirt bike.

“Breakthrough 33: The Braxton McGee Story” is a multi-part series where FLY Racing attempts to answer the question: What does it take to make the move from the amateur to pro ranks in GNCC racing? And to show how much hard work, dedication,...

What better place to spend some downtime than Morzine? It's the place you'll find many World Cup racers mid-season – for riding, training and a good time. Rupert Chapman has a blast hitting the local trails, drifting in dust, and doubling his way down the mountain.

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Thank You, Trey Canard

July 31, 2017


On Saturday, July 22nd Trey Canard announced his retirement from professional racing. It’s been our pleasure here at FLY Racing to have worked with such an amazing athlete and person. Trey’s fierce determination to win and his ability to face adversity with courage, dignity, and grace have been an inspiration to us. Genuine and humble, Trey’s personal character is what endeared him to race fans and made him a fan favorite; as well as a role model for so many. He was the real deal—on and off the bike—and we’re happy to have been in his corner during his career....

Colton Hakker MEGAVLOG

July 26, 2017

Colton's back with his Vlog series with a recap of what went on before Erzberg and he's been busy training for the AMA Endurocross Championship. Be on the lookout for Season 2.


Thad Duvall took his third win of the season and in process moved into the championship lead. Photo: Shan Moore.

National Enduro Series, Round 5 – Rattlesnake – Cross Fork, PA

Not only did Thad Duvall win his third straight National Enduro race in a row, he also vaulted himself into the championship points lead. In dramatic fashion the race came down the final section where Duvall finished 17 seconds faster than teammate Josh Strang to give him a final winning margin of just seven seconds after six sections of racing. Duvall now leads the series by four points (127 to...


By Karl Whitcombe

So I am that guy, the one you have heard of, or perhaps even know. The guy who (fill in the blank), suffered a spinal cord injury, and ended up in a wheelchair or worse.

November 2011 I was testing a new dirt bike, when I  got loose in a set of whoops, was thrown over the bars, and the next thing I know I am face down unable to move from the chin down. Without writing a novel, I was airlifted to a trauma hospital, and after two weeks of attempted surgery they finally got in and removed...