Ryan Dungey is an ex-professional motorcycle racer who has made his presence in the championships of Outdoor Motorcross as well as multi AMA Supercross with wining Supercross four times and Motorcross three times. He did not achieve success overnight and had to work hard for becoming a champion. He looked as if to get his trench with this change and achieved a number of amateur titles at Oak Hill, Lake Whitney, World Mini as well as Olympic races. He has made an approximate net worth of about $8 million.
Bio and Wiki
Dungey was born on December 4, 1989, in Belle Plaine, Minnesota to daddy Troy and mommy Michelle Dungey. He was supported by the family of racers. He has two siblings named Jane and Blake who also made their contribution as amateur racers along with their dad. Moreover, Dungey got admission at Guardian Angels Catholic School located in Chaska, Minnesota and often shows his Christian faith during interviews.
Dungey tied his marital knot with Lindsay Siegle in 2014.
Dungey started his career in 2006 when he was only 16 years old by signing a pro contract.
Ryan, in 2007, began 250 East Supercross, mastered the field and won his initial professional Supercross race. Due to his nonstop victory to Supercross season, he achieved the title of 2007 Supercross rookie of the year.
Dungey, in 2008, season was anticipated to become the winner of the title of Supercross West in his second pro, however, his rival named Jason Lawrence won that championship. In 2009, he conquered the 250 West Supercross by fighting for the AMA Motocross Championship against Kawasaki’s Christophe Pourcel. The season of 2009 provide him with the great opportunity to become the champion of Motocross and Supercross.
Ryan Dungey, by being the most unfailing rider in the class, made a record in 2016 Supercross with thirty-one sequential podium finishes over the combined seasons of the years 2015-16 and became the champion.
Dungey battled the most hard-fought fight ever in opposition to the super-fast Eli Tomac in 2017. Luckily, his consistency made him to win that competition at the finale of the season in amongst the best Supercross races. However, he got retirement from racing directly after becoming the champion as he lacked interest in racing.
Awards and Achievements
As Dungey struggled hard, he accomplished many awards and championships throughout his tenure. With 4 wins in the season of 2007, Dungey got the rookie of the year award.
Ryan also won ESPY Award for the category of Best Male Action Sports Athlete in 2015. Additionally, he received the First Motocross Rider on Wheaties Box and ESPY Award for the category of Best Male Action Sports Athlete in 2016 with his continuous outstanding performance.
Net Worth of Ryan Dungey
Ryan Dungey has a net worth of $8 million by being a professional racer in both AMA Supercross as well as Motocross championships.
Summing up, Dungey has proved himself as a great racer with his consistency and tireless efforts.