Ryan Dungey returns to his roots on secret cornfield track. | Homegrown 4k

Scritto giovedì 30 novembre 2017 alle 06:47.

Ryan Dungey returns to his roots on secret cornfield track. | Homegrown 4k

 
 
Click for the full story on how Ryan Dungey isn’t walking away quietly from motocross: redbull.com/homegrown As the definitive statement to his career, Ryan Dungey evokes his Midwest roots with “Homegrown,” a project that pays homage to the hardy people and cornfield-laden land that raised him.

.

.

SEGUITECI QUI!!!

https://www.facebook.com/mxbars

https://twitter.com/MxBars

http://instagram.com/mxbars/

.

Ryan Dungey Returns to His Roots for ‘Homegrown’

The Minnesota moto superstar gets back to the basics in a hidden motocross paradise.

Hard work and dedication: Two words that often come to mind when you speak of a legend in any sport. In the world of motocross, Ryan Dungey is certainly one of those legends. But Dungey’s work ethic isn’t just something that only comes from within, it’s something he grew up around.

Whether Dungey knew it growing up, the culture in the Midwest had a huge impact on the legend that he eventually grew to be. Something like agriculture, while it wasn’t something that affected him day-to-day, it’s part of the fabric that is midwest living. The hard work, dedication and patience that it takes to successfully grow crops, is similar to that of which Dungey showed throughout his career.

Ryan Dungey navigates a corner in the middle of a cornfield during filming of "Homegrown."
 
Ryan Dungey

The “normal” path to the top of the motocross ranks typically involves being scouted by professional teams from a very young age. The teams then give their full support throughout the young star’s amateur career and have a bike waiting for them when it comes time to step up to the pro ranks. Dungey’s wasn’t that, but that didn’t stop him from getting to the top and cementing his name in the history books.

Ryan Dungey sits atop a jump during filming of "Homegrown."
 
The newly retired Ryan Dungey

The “Midwest work ethic” is something that the Dungey’s exercised in a big way on the journey through the amateur ranks as Dungey didn’t begin turning the heads of professional teams until late in his amateur career. One thing is for sure, the dedication it took them to continuously dump thousands of hours and frankly thousands of dollars into chasing the dream of being a champion at the highest level of motocross is remarkable.