December 31, 2018

We had a ton of stand-out moments on the FXR front this past season with championships sealed and plenty milestones achieved. It’s tough to narrow the list down to just a few because there were so many key moments our athletes had and we couldn’t be more proud of where things are headed for the FXR team as we turn the calendar page to 2019. Let’s take a look a some of the highlights from 2018. Happy New Year to all!

Our brand new A1 Helium gear made it’s debut at A1 and simultaneously our matching snow gear was released at the Shakoppe SnoCross event. Brad Lionnet shown here sporting the brand new look that would carry into the 2019 line for FXR.
Norwegian FMX athlete Oliver Lie lights up Night of Freestyle in Halle, Germany.
Albin Elowson takes the win at Skövde, Sweden enduro.
Hanna Berzelius takes the win in the Women’s class at Skövde, Sweden enduro.
Diogo Vieira wins the Elite 1 class at the Portuguese Enduro National Championship.
Jess Pettis turns heads at the Oakland SX clocking fastest time in qualifiers and hole shots his heat race.
Brad Lionnet gets into his first main event at San Diego SX.
Arlington SX marked career first pro podium for Jimmy Decotis and FXR’s first pro podium.
Tallon LaFountaine podiums at World 2-Stroke Championships at Glen Helen Raceway in 250 Pro Class.
Marco Cannella claims 3rd overall at Rockstar Energy Triple Crown AX Tour.
Jess Pettis takes LCQ win at Salt Lake City SX.
Kyle Peters blows everyone away after riding injured and takes 3rd overall at Foxborough SX.
Las Vegas SX marked the official launch of the Revo LE White/Blue/Purple/Lime gear shown here with Henry Miller.
European Enduro Championship in Romania. Martin Larsson took 2nd in E3 and Amanda Elvin took 3rd in Women’s.
2018 also marked the return of Cade Clason to the racing scene on the Sky Racing Honda team in Canada. Watch for Cade to return to his FXR rider rep job during the supercross season.
Albin Elowson dominates the Swedish National Enduro in Osthammar, Sweden.
In similar fashion, Hannah Berzelius also takes the win for the Women’s class at Swedish National Enduro in Osthammar, Sweden.
MXGP of Great Britain saw Honda Carglass rider Steven Clarke take the overall in the EMX 250 class.
Canadian Women’s multi-title champion, Kennedy Lutz takes the Western National Women’s championship and announces her retirement from racing.
FXR Ride Day 2018. You can’t top this crew!
Hands down, this guy takes the win for best social media presence. CreyMert KTM rider Kevin Horgmo knows his stuff when it comes to promoting himself. (Riders take note at what this guy is doing! He’s doing it right.)
Dominating the vet class and ruffling feathers, Mike Brown was the guy to beat at Loretta Lynn’s Amateur National.
Top FXR Youth rider, grabbing two 2nd overalls at Loretta Lynn’s Amateur National, Logan Best is the guy to keep your eye on.
Taking the 250 Pro title at the Rockstar Triple Crown MX Tour, Jess Pettis had a flawless outdoor series.
Hanna Berzelius would clinch the Swedish Women’s Enduro Championship.
Brandon Gregoire takes both 250B and 450B titles at the Racer X Maine Event.
Defending champ, Chris Canning would bring home the big bucks again in 2018 grabbing the 250A and 450A wins at the Racer X Maine Event.
Phil Nicoletti joins the FXR ranks just in time for the Montreal SX.
After a hard fought season with near-podium finishes, CreyMert KTM rider Kevin Horgmo finally earns his spot on the podium at the MXGP of The Netherlands.
Oskar Ljungstrøm grabs himself the Swedish Enduro Junior Championship.
Enduro GP of Germany winner Will Ruprect from Australia.
Albin Elowson crowned champion of the Gotland Grand National race in Sweden.
Hanna Berzelius takes the win for the Women at Gotland Grand National under gruelling conditions.
Defending champ, Shelby Turner would finish the Endurocross series in second place.
Jess Pettis claims his second title in the Rockstar Energy Triple Crown Series taking the 250 Pro title in the SX Tour.
Phil Nicoletti would take 2nd overall in the Rockstar Energy Triple Crown SX Tour.
Rounding out the year with one final victory. Albin Elowson takes the win at Novemberkåsen 2018 in Sweden.
The dynamic duo clean house in Sweden this year. Hanna Berzelius claims the victory for the Women’s class at Novemberkåsen 2018.
Cheers to a successful 2019 for all of our team members!