Fox Head - Fox Racing an American Company started in 1974 with suspension and parts then into Motocross
inspired Clothing and Apparel. they built the clothing business because of their
own motocross team and then sponsoring motocross riders leaving the fans
wanting to wear the same as their heroes.
Headquartered in Irvine, California, Fox Head, Inc. has offices in Morgan Hill, California, Calgary, Canada, and Barcelona, Spain. Fox is now the world's most prestigious and best-selling motocross apparel brand. Fox's operations are based on the production of apparel that can withstand the highest physical demands of motocross off-road sports. As a sponsor and close partner of the most successful drivers in the history of the sport - such as Ricky Carmichael, James Stewart, Damon Bradshaw, Rick Johnson, Mark Barnett, Doug Henry, Jeremy McGrath and Steve Lamson - our company conducts untiring research and develops racing apparel, The pilots guarantee maximum protection, extreme performance and unlimited freedom of movement. For more than three decades, Fox has been the world's best manufacturer of high-quality motocross gear that has stood the test of time in the demanding conditions of motocross racing.
Fox Racing opened its doors to business in 1974, when Geoff Fox, Ph. D. of physics at the University of Santa Clara, Moto-X Fox, a small distribution business for European motocross replacement and accessory parts in a 140 m² large building in the Californian city of Campbell, called into being. Within two years, Moto-X Fox made high-performance shock absorbers and engine parts for pilots with the claim to gain an advantage on the racetrack. In the spring of 1977, Geoff decided to prove to the American motocross audience that his products outperformed those of competitors. He founded his own, privately funded motocross pro team Moto-X Fox. Competing against the influential Japanese factory teams, Moto-X Fox riders came top of the series's non-factory teams, finishing fifth, sixth and seventh in the highly competitive AMA 125cc national championship series. With that, Geoff had achieved his goal, because he was able to prove that he offered the best hand-made components that were available for money.
In this championship, the drivers of the Moto-X Fox team wore bright red, yellow and orange racing outfits. Immediately, the handcrafted Fox apparel sparked enthusiasm among fans and amateurs, and they soon called Fox's Campbell store to inquire about available products. Over the next few years, Fox has been completely reorganized to compete in the US as a major player in the motocross apparel industry. In 1980, Fox driver Mark Barnett emerged victorious for the company from the first national championships, and just two years later Brad Lackey won the first MX Motocross World Championships for Fox (and the USA). Over the next two decades, Fox-sponsored pilots won more than 40 national motocross and supercross championships. In the 2006 AMA Supercross Championships, Fox rider Ricky Carmichael won the race, while lifelong Fox rider James Stewart won the FIM World Supercross Championship.
To date, Fox is a family business, where already the second generation works full-time. For the past three decades, Fox Racing has become a leading international youth clothing company, and its renowned Fox Head logo is famous all over the world. With this in mind, the family is committed to pursuing the original goal of founding father Geoff Fox to produce the best motocross products available for money. Continuous R & D and nimble fine-tuning are the hallmarks of Fox racing apparel and heavy-duty equipment. With the help of advice and feedback from successful Fox partner athletes, the company has proven itself in its leadership role by using the highest quality technology and outstanding design talent to enhance and optimize the quality, comfort and performance of all its products. Fox will continue to develop and deliver world-class apparel and equipment through its proven experience of partnering with the world's best athletes.