- CONGRATS to our boy, @team_penske's @heliocastroneves for taking #PolePosition i...CONGRATS to our boy, @team_penske's @heliocastroneves for taking #PolePosition in the @mavtv 500! Watch the race tomorrow live on @nbc Sports Network! #TLD #TroyLeeDesigns #TLDpaint @indycar #indycar @goonrider #goongraphix
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On June 6th, 2003, Troy Lee announc...See the full video >>> http://bit.ly/VTmKUd
On June 6th, 2003, Troy Lee announced the launch of Team Troy Lee Designs, and began what would become a 5 year endeavor into Supermoto racing. In 2008, #TeamTLD entered into AMA Supercross, and in the years since have gone on to capture numerous podium finishes. All throughout this journey, Honda Motorcycles & ATVs - US has stood by our side. Troy Lee Designs would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone at Honda who has been instrumental in making this partnership happen. It has been a great ride!
- Heading into the 2014 Red Bull #Joyride, Brandon Semenuk was up against the pres...Heading into the 2014 Red Bull #Joyride, Brandon Semenuk was up against the pressure defending his 2013 title, and boy did he deliver! Check out the 'Story of Joyride 2014' to see more action from the pinnacle of freeride mountain biking!
Must Watch: The Story of Red Bull Joyride
The Red Bull Joyride at Crankworx Whistler is the pinnacle of freeride mountain biking. Unlike the world's other big slopestyle contests, Joyride embodies so much more and transcends into the focal point of global mountain biking.
- "If you’re looking for a motocross helmet that looks great, fits great, performs..."If you’re looking for a motocross helmet that looks great, fits great, performs how it should and offers maximum safety, be sure to check out the 2015 Troy Lee Designs SE3 helmet." - MotoOnline.com.au
Read the full review at the link below!
Reviewed: 2015 Troy Lee Designs SE3 helmet - MotoOnline.com.au
MotoOnline.com.au reviews the 2015 Troy Lee Designs SE3 helmet.
- Check out the amazing POV footage of Cam Zink's World Record breaking #MammothFl...Check out the amazing POV footage of Cam Zink's World Record breaking #MammothFlip at Mammoth Mountain!
It felt like the most gangster thing ever pulling back on a hundred foot jump. Shot on my @contour_cam . The best POV camera ever is making a comeback with new cameras out soon! This was from the ROAM3 with no color correction or editing
- TLD's NorenMXracing (Fredrik Noren) talks with Racer X Illustrated about his 201...TLD's NorenMXracing (Fredrik Noren) talks with Racer X Illustrated about his 2014 Pro Motocross season and what lies ahead!
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- Take a ride with Team TLD's Jessy Nelson at last weekend's Pro Motocross race in...Take a ride with Team TLD's Jessy Nelson at last weekend's Pro Motocross race in Utah!
GoPro HD: Jessy Nelson Lap 1 Moto 1 - Utah MX
Watch Jessy Nelson during Lap 1 of Moto 1 at the twelfth round of the 2014 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship.
- Our girl Hannah Hodges dominated at Loretta Lynn MX this year! We couldn't be mo...Our girl Hannah Hodges dominated at Loretta Lynn MX this year! We couldn't be more proud to have her as part of the TLD team! Hannah has on the Youth Perfection Tee and the Shield Beanie. Get both these items just in time for back to school online at www.troyleedesigns.com or at your local #TLD dealer!
- Things are looking good for our guy Scott Dixon out at Auto Club Speedway in Fon...Things are looking good for our guy Scott Dixon out at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana! Scott was fastest in testing for this Saturday's MAVTV 500. Can't wait for race day!
RACER: Scott Dixon Fastest in Fontana Testing 2014
The RACER Channel speaks with 3-time IndyCar Series champion Scott Dixon after the Target Chip Ganassi Racing driver posted the fastest lap in testing ahead of Saturday's season finale in Fontana, California.
- TLD's Tom van Steenbergen is among the new top riders that are featured in the n...TLD's Tom van Steenbergen is among the new top riders that are featured in the new season of 'Road to Rampage'! Do these guys have what it takes to stand on the podium and taste Red Bull Rampage glory? Tune in to find out!
Road to Rampage Season Premiere - The Journey Begins
Road to Rampage is back featuring a brand new cast of riders and a gut-wrenching, never-before-riden Red Bull Rampage site. This six-part series takes us on a global journey deep into the lives of three of the sport's most gifted athletes. Join them as they train harder, fly higher and risk it all on their way to mountain biking's gnarliest event of the year. Do they have what it takes to stand on the podium and taste Rampage glory?
On June 6th, 2003, Troy Lee announced the launch of Team Troy Lee Designs, and began what would become a 5 year endeavor into Supermoto racing. In 2008, Team TLD entered into AMA Supercross, and in the years since have gone on to capture numerous podium finishes. All throughout this journey, Honda has stood by our side. Troy Lee Designs would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone at Honda who has been instrumental in making this partnership happen. It has been a great ride!Views: 3415
TLD SE gear has spent many years being developed and perfected into the superior line it is today, with a heavy focus on three key features: performance, function and durability. The combination of both perforated and heavy grade polyester, stretch material, and top grade leather, make this the perfect line of gear for everything from adventure to enduro riding. See more at: http://www.troyleedesigns.com/moto/jerseys/se-jersey http://www.troyleedesigns.com/moto/pants-shorts/se-race-pantViews: 1326
Designed with comfort and minimal weight in mind, the GP Gear also offers the durability that TLD is known for. Breathable and flexible material allows a custom, comfortable fit for any rider. The versatility of the line makes it the perfect choice for all types of riding and racing conditions. See more at: http://www.troyleedesigns.com/moto/jerseys/gp-jersey http://www.troyleedesigns.com/moto/pants-shorts/gp-race-pantViews: 760
The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Nationals stopped in Washougal, Washington last Saturday for what is unequivocally the most scenic venue on the series. With a backdrop of majestic fir trees, mountains and the Washougal River, the world's fastest racers went head-to-head for points and cash. The Troy Lee Designs riders, who were debuting brand new 2015 SE and GP gear, rode waves of good and bad throughout the day but came out with top ten finishes when it was all said and done. The TLD / MAVTV / Honda team's sole 450 rider, Malcolm Stewart, is still sidelined recuperating from a dehydration issue. That means that for the second week in a row, the 250cc riders would be representing Troy Lee Designs. In the opening moto, Cole Seely was sitting inside the top ten, poised to make a run at the leaders. As Seely dropped down the big hill and entered a tricky left-hand turn, he lost his front end and lost a big group of riders. The setback didn't discourage Cole though and he logged top-five lap times to move his way back into ninth at the end, despite tipping over once again. Jessy Nelson started the moto just outside the top ten and rode a steady, consistent race that put him in eleventh at the end of the moto. Shane McElrath was great off the line all day and rode inside the top ten early only to lose the pace as the race wore on. After returning from injury last weekend, Shane is still playing catch-up with his fitness and race craft. Shane drifted to fifteenth by the end of moto one. The second moto blasted off and Seely crossed the finish line in twelfth spot. Once again, unfortunately, Cole hit the deck and let a large group of riders go by. His work was cut out for him at that point and he pushed the entire race to find ninth again at the finish for ninth overall on the day. Jessy was hoping to find some of the early season magic he has shown but he didn't get the best of starts and would find himself in a battle the entire race for tenth spot. Nelson would hold on to the position and score tenth overall with 11-10 scores. Shane again rocketed off the line and ran inside the top ten early on. Running the leaders speed isn't a problem for Shane right now; running that pace for 35 minutes plus two laps is another story. McElrath fought valiantly but slid back once again late in the moto to thirteenth spot for fourteenth overall. With a weekend off coming up, the team will catch their breath, regroup, and make a sprint to the finish in the last three rounds. Unadilla, Indiana and Utah await the riders and for the Troy Lee Designs camp, there is nothing to lose and everything to gain. Look for all of the riders to come out swinging when the series returns to New York in two weeks. TLD would like to thank all of our team sponsors: Lucas Oil, American Honda, PPG, Red Bull, Adidas, Oakley, Seaspan, Fender®, Pro Tork, MavTV, Method Race Wheels, GoPro, Fasthouse, Pixelmags, Horizon Hobby, FMF Racing, Dunlop, VP Racing Fuels, Showa, Alpinestars, ODI, Pacific Collision Centers, New Era, Specialized, Sram, Renthal, Twin Air, Braking, McQueen Racing, Cyrca, Sol Republic, Hinson, Shock Doctor, ARC, Carillo, Sports Care Center, Samco, Xtrig, VQ Orthocare, Vortex, Kryptonight, Kasey Kahne, Dirt Star, Moto Tassinari, DID, Dirt Star, N-Style. The TLD riders wore the 2015 SE Corse Gray/Yellow gear and 2015 GP Verse Navy/Red gear at Washougal MX. See more of these gear sets and the 2015 Moto Helmets online and at your local TLD retailer.Views: 1572
The fourth of July is an historic day for Americans. It signifies our freedom and independence and the American way of life. As motocross fans, it also means the best riders in the world are lining up at Red Bud Track and Trail for the annual motocross festival in Michigan. This year was no exception and there were some fireworks left over for the race on Saturday. In the 450 class Troy Lee Designs / Lucas Oil / MAVTV rider Malcolm Stewart started inside the top ten in the opening moto. After some bar-banging and charging, he found himself in seventh with a clear track around him. Stewart would run half the race in that spot before making a few mistakes and dropping to ninth at the finish. Malcolm shot off the line again in moto two and was trying to duplicate his first moto charge forward. Unfortunately he just couldn't get things going and the rough, rutted course was getting the best of him. Malcolm was the victim of a late-race crash that would knock him out of the race. His 9-DNF moto scores would leave him in 15th position for the day. Cole Seely and Jessy Nelson led the way for the Troy Lee Designs / Lucas Oil / Honda squad in the 250 division. Seely started off in 11th place and went to work immediately on the riders in front of him. Seely scratched his way up to fifth before a collision with another rider would put him on the ground. Cole was able to get up and salvage an 8th. Jessy Nelson, meanwhile, had a great start in the moto and was looking like he could find the podium. Before he could complete the first lap, he tangled with another rider and hit the deck. Jessy was able to get up and advance to the 12th spot at the finish. The second moto saw Seely again with a tenth place start. The lanky speedster from Newbury Park twisted the throttle extra hard to make up for his crash in the opening round and pushed all the way to 6th spot. His finishes would land him a 7th overall on the day. Nelson was in hot pursuit of his teammate for most of the moto and was making passes right behind Cole. For a while it looked like the two would finish one behind the other. With about ten minutes to go Nelson made an error and was sent to the ground. He walked away unscathed but was unable to continue racing. Jessy was slotted in 17th spot for his work at Red Bud. The Troy Lee Designs Team is still waiting on their third 250 rider, Shane McElrath, to make a return. but no word exactly on when that will be. In the meantime the boys will be healing their bumps and bruises and preparing for another fight next weekend in Budds Creek, Maryland. Be sure to cheer on the TLD riders as they chase pro motocross cash, prizes and glory. The TLD riders wore the 2015 SE Pro and 2015 GP Air gear at Red Bud MX. Both lines, along with the 2015 Moto Helmets are now available online and at your local TLD retailer. TLD would like to thank all of our team sponsors: Lucas Oil, American Honda, PPG, Red Bull, Adidas, Oakley, Seaspan, Fender®, Pro Tork, MavTV, Method Race Wheels, GoPro, Fasthouse, Pixelmags, Horizon Hobby, FMF Racing, Dunlop, VP Racing Fuels, Showa, Alpinestars, ODI, Pacific Collision Centers, New Era, Specialized, Sram, Renthal, Twin Air, Braking, McQueen Racing, Cyrca, Sol Republic, Hinson, Shock Doctor, ARC, Carillo, Sports Care Center, Samco, Xtrig, VQ Orthocare, Vortex, Kryptonight, Kasey Kahne, Dirt Star, Moto Tassinari, DID, Dirt Star, N-Style.Views: 1514
Jersey Features: - 100% polyester mesh long sleeve jersey - Elastic collar and cuffs - Sewn on double stripe arm detail - Contrast stripe rib at neck and sleeve opening - Plastisol graphic print - Old school race jersey styling - Colorways work with all MTB shorts Shorts Features: - 600 denier polyester material for durability and protection - New Velcro cargo pocket closure - Ratchet system waist adjustment - Full mesh liner - 4-way ribbed spandex in crotch and rear yoke for dialed ride fit - Cargo pockets on leg - Reflective detailing on rear leg See more at: http://www.troyleedesigns.com/bicycle/jerseys/retro-jersey http://www.troyleedesigns.com/bicycle/pants-shorts/moto-shortViews: 1223