• Bicycle

    Reijnen Wins Philly Cycling Classic 2 Years Straight

    UnitedHealthcare’s Blue Train employed their legendary teamwork to help Kiel Reijnen win his second straight Philadelphia Cycling Classic. Team SmartStop’s Jure Kocjan took the second-place spot on the podium. The race was held June 1. Reijnen’s teammates, including Jonny Clarke, Jeff Louder, Ch...

  • Bicycle

    Reed in Top 10 at Escape from Alcatraz

    Battling through an illness, Maxxis’ sponsored rider Matt Reed made the top ten at the Escape from Alcatraz triathlon, held June 1 in San Francisco, California.  A punishing event even for athletes who aren’t sick, the Escape from Alcatraz calls for competitors to swim 1.5 miles from Alcatraz to...

  • ATV/Motorcycle

    Maxxis Sweeps ATV MX Podium, Fowler Wins GNCC Mountaineer Run

    The past week brought outstanding performances from Maxxis’ sponsored riders, including an ATV MX Pro podium sweep for Thomas Brown, Chad Wienen and Josh Upperman, and a GNCC win for Walker Fowler. Upperman took the holeshot in the first moto of ATV MX Round 4, held May 31 in Walnut, Illinois. A...

  • Automotive

    Maxxis-Sponsored Team Honda Research 1st in B-spec and 3rd in the 2wd classes at Oregon Trail Rally

    Riding Maxxis tires, Team Honda Research braved rugged conditions and bad weather to claim a spot on the podium at the 2014 Oregon Trail Rally. The rally, the third and latest round in the 2WD Rally America National Championships, was held May 2-4 in Portland, Oregon.  Honda Senior Engineer James...

  • Bicycle

    Pendrel, Dahle Flesjaa on Podium at World Cup XC #3

    The Luna Chix’ Catharine Pendrel and Multivan Merida’s Gunn-Rita Dahle Flesjaa took spots in the top three at World Cup Cross Country #3, held May 25 in the Czech Republic.  Pendrel’s achievement was especially notable in light of the broken collarbone she had suffered just two months earlier. S...

  • ATV/Motorcycle

    Baron, Haagsma, Hancock Win 12 Hours of La Tuque, Wienen Leads ATV MX Points

    Beau Baron, David Haagsma and Matt Hancock rode Maxxis to victory at 12 Hours of La Tuque. The race, divided into three four-hour events, was held May 15-18 in Quebec, Canada. Riding for the U.S., the team took spots in the top three at the first and second races. They started strong in the third and final contest, and by the time they crossed the finish line, their decisive lead stretched to a combined eight laps.