The Reason Behind Dungey's Success

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8/20/2012 11:23 AM

Has nothing to do with Decoster, KTM, his work ethic, luck, family, or even the man upstairs. It has to do with his relationship with none other than...

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8/20/2012 11:30 AM

Are you a broncos fan? They say that's the reason the sky is blue and bikes are orange...

8/20/2012 11:32 AM

8/20/2012 11:35 AM

I think its because all the fast guys are hurt/not riding

8/20/2012 11:35 AM

Wel i can agree on the 'man upstairs' thing.

8/20/2012 11:36 AM

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8/20/2012 11:48 AM

Like it or not, Ryan Dungey has draw the blueprint for how you win a championship in the 21st century: Be consistent and win the war of attrition.

8/20/2012 11:50 AM

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Had a buddy of mine in high school that was a huge Depeche Mode fan.

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8/20/2012 11:58 AM

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New season of Wipeout?

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8/20/2012 11:59 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/20/2012 12:00 PM

DoctorJD wrote:

Like it or not, Ryan Dungey has draw the blueprint for how you win a championship in the 21st century: Be consistent and win the war of attrition.

That blueprint isn't working so well for Alessi or Dungey in SX.


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8/20/2012 11:59 AM

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jasonv43 wrote:

New season of Wipeout?

No motivator needed, hit that big ball with a fury!

8/20/2012 12:32 PM
Edited Date/Time: 8/20/2012 12:32 PM

DoctorJD wrote:

Like it or not, Ryan Dungey has draw the blueprint for how you win a championship in the 21st century: Be consistent and win the war of attrition.

P wrote:

That blueprint isn't working so well for Alessi or Dungey in SX.


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How's that other blueprint working? Never mind.

8/20/2012 12:41 PM

DoctorJD wrote:

Like it or not, Ryan Dungey has draw the blueprint for how you win a championship in the 21st century: Be consistent and win the war of attrition.

P wrote:

That blueprint isn't working so well for Alessi or Dungey in SX.


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JLong wrote:

How's that other blueprint working? Never mind.

Do tell, what is this blueprint you speak of?

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8/20/2012 12:55 PM
Edited Date/Time: 8/20/2012 12:55 PM

Looks like Marvin from that angle.

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8/20/2012 12:59 PM

P wrote:

That blueprint isn't working so well for Alessi or Dungey in SX.


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JLong wrote:

How's that other blueprint working? Never mind.

Ing wrote:

Do tell, what is this blueprint you speak of?

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8/20/2012 1:01 PM

the reason behind his success is faster riders getting hurt. simple

8/20/2012 1:03 PM
Edited Date/Time: 8/20/2012 1:04 PM

Nope, it's because he does everything right in terms of fitness and dedication, rides smart and doesn't take unnecessary risks.

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8/20/2012 1:04 PM

jpmoney57 wrote:

the reason behind his success is faster riders getting hurt. simple

Maybe they should stop riding over their head and they wont get hurt.

8/20/2012 1:07 PM

jpmoney57 wrote:

the reason behind his success is faster riders getting hurt. simple

chrisbuehler wrote:

Maybe they should stop riding over their head and they wont get hurt.

maybe dungey should beat stewy rv and reed straight up before the world blows smoke up his ass and hails him the greatest ever?...ok im going to get blocked now because people cant hack the truth on here...

8/20/2012 1:13 PM

jpmoney57 wrote:

the reason behind his success is faster riders getting hurt. simple

chrisbuehler wrote:

Maybe they should stop riding over their head and they wont get hurt.

jpmoney57 wrote:

maybe dungey should beat stewy rv and reed straight up before the world blows smoke up his ass and hails him the greatest ever?...ok im going to get blocked now because people cant hack the truth on here...

He beat Stewie yesterday "straight up"...

Reed: I like him, always have, but I think Dungey has him covered outdoors now. I think last year Reed rode the best he ever has/will outdoors until Milville moto 2.

RV: has to stay healthy, he has been injured more than Stewart was at this point in his career on the big bikes. People talk about Stewart always crashing, but RV is always hurt.

I dont think Dungey has much to worry about really, just keep doing what he is doing. Faster (lap times) doesnt always equal a better race.

8/20/2012 1:15 PM

jpmoney57 wrote:

maybe dungey should beat stewy rv and reed straight up before the world blows smoke up his ass and hails him the greatest ever?...ok im going to get blocked now because people cant hack the truth on here...

He's beaten all those guys straight up plenty of times, have you been watching since 2010? Nobody said he was the greatest or the outright fastest but how is it a knock against him that those other guys auger themselves into the dirt?

8/20/2012 1:18 PM

mccread wrote:

Nope, it's because he does everything right in terms of fitness and dedication, rides smart and doesn't take unnecessary risks.

^This

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8/20/2012 1:23 PM

chrisbuehler wrote:

Maybe they should stop riding over their head and they wont get hurt.

jpmoney57 wrote:

maybe dungey should beat stewy rv and reed straight up before the world blows smoke up his ass and hails him the greatest ever?...ok im going to get blocked now because people cant hack the truth on here...

mx 219 wrote:

He beat Stewie yesterday "straight up"...

Reed: I like him, always have, but I think Dungey has him covered outdoors now. I think last year Reed rode the best he ever has/will outdoors until Milville moto 2.

RV: has to stay healthy, he has been injured more than Stewart was at this point in his career on the big bikes. People talk about Stewart always crashing, but RV is always hurt.

I dont think Dungey has much to worry about really, just keep doing what he is doing. Faster (lap times) doesnt always equal a better race.

I hope Reed's best years are not behind him. But good points.

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8/20/2012 1:39 PM

chrisbuehler wrote:

Maybe they should stop riding over their head and they wont get hurt.

jpmoney57 wrote:

maybe dungey should beat stewy rv and reed straight up before the world blows smoke up his ass and hails him the greatest ever?...ok im going to get blocked now because people cant hack the truth on here...

mx 219 wrote:

He beat Stewie yesterday "straight up"...

Reed: I like him, always have, but I think Dungey has him covered outdoors now. I think last year Reed rode the best he ever has/will outdoors until Milville moto 2.

RV: has to stay healthy, he has been injured more than Stewart was at this point in his career on the big bikes. People talk about Stewart always crashing, but RV is always hurt.

I dont think Dungey has much to worry about really, just keep doing what he is doing. Faster (lap times) doesnt always equal a better race.

just come back off injury... straight up was the first 4 races of the year when shit hit the fan for dungey.

8/20/2012 1:40 PM

chrisbuehler wrote:

Maybe they should stop riding over their head and they wont get hurt.

jpmoney57 wrote:

maybe dungey should beat stewy rv and reed straight up before the world blows smoke up his ass and hails him the greatest ever?...ok im going to get blocked now because people cant hack the truth on here...

mx 219 wrote:

He beat Stewie yesterday "straight up"...

Reed: I like him, always have, but I think Dungey has him covered outdoors now. I think last year Reed rode the best he ever has/will outdoors until Milville moto 2.

RV: has to stay healthy, he has been injured more than Stewart was at this point in his career on the big bikes. People talk about Stewart always crashing, but RV is always hurt.

I dont think Dungey has much to worry about really, just keep doing what he is doing. Faster (lap times) doesnt always equal a better race.

When did CR22 and RD5 race outdoors this year? Why do you think he has him covered?

By the way..... JS7 100% healthy beat RD5 4 motos to 1. The one he lost he crashed.

I think RD5 will have his hands full with injury free RV2, JS7, TC41, and CR22. Can RD5 win the title, ABSOLUTEY. To say he has them covered.... FUCKING COMICAL

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8/20/2012 1:41 PM
Edited Date/Time: 8/20/2012 1:42 PM

mccread wrote:

Nope, it's because he does everything right in terms of fitness and dedication, rides smart and doesn't take unnecessary risks.

jasonv43 wrote:

^This

Well said - as fast as the best and smooth. RD5 smooth

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8/20/2012 1:43 PM

jpmoney57 wrote:

maybe dungey should beat stewy rv and reed straight up before the world blows smoke up his ass and hails him the greatest ever?...ok im going to get blocked now because people cant hack the truth on here...

mx 219 wrote:

He beat Stewie yesterday "straight up"...

Reed: I like him, always have, but I think Dungey has him covered outdoors now. I think last year Reed rode the best he ever has/will outdoors until Milville moto 2.

RV: has to stay healthy, he has been injured more than Stewart was at this point in his career on the big bikes. People talk about Stewart always crashing, but RV is always hurt.

I dont think Dungey has much to worry about really, just keep doing what he is doing. Faster (lap times) doesnt always equal a better race.

jpmoney57 wrote:

just come back off injury... straight up was the first 4 races of the year when shit hit the fan for dungey.

So now the season ends after 4 motos? You GBR's are genius!!

8/20/2012 1:51 PM

reason is- he's smart... smart enough to get on the right teams... smart enough to know when to pin it and when not to- staying healthy......

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