Moto X/Rally year in review photo gallery
No Limits For Maddo, LaVallee
Robbie Maddison and Levi LaVallee jump on New Year's Eve at the Convention Center Waterfront in San Diego during Red Bull New Year No Limits.
Ryan Villopoto wrapped up his second consecutive Supercross title a full four races early, but a knee injury in Seattle ended his season prematurely and kept him out of the summer outdoor season altogether.
Jacko strikes gold
Australian rider Jackson Strong celebrates after his first run in Best Trick at X Games Los Angeles at Staples Center. Strong won gold for the second consecutive year in the marquee event for Moto X at X Games.
X Games Rallycross
World Rallycross Championship legend Sebastien Loeb, who won his ninth consecutive WRC title later in the year, dropped in for X Games Los Angeles to school Global RallyCross drivers as he took the gold medal ahead of second-place Ken Block, left, and third-place Brian Deegan, right. Rallycross at X Games was marred by terrifying crashes during practice by Toomas Heikkinen and Marcus Grnholm and a crash in an early heat that ended Travis Pastrana's racing early.
Ken Block didn't win any rounds of the Global RallyCross Championship season -- he finished fifth overall -- but he scored more than 37 million views of "Gymkhana 5," arguably the best of his massively popular viral video series on YouTube.
After finishing second in the first two rounds, Ryan Dungey dominated the AMA Pro Motocross outdoor series with 10 consecutive victories en route to the season championship.
Fiolek overcame a five-point deficit in the season finale at Lake Elsinore, Calif., to claim her fourth Women's Motocross Championship title in five years.
Levi Sherwood competes Saturday in the Red Bull X-Fighters season finale in Sydney.
A member of Tanner Foust's race team sprays the 2012 Global RallyCross champion with champagne after he won Round 6 on Tuesday night in Las Vegas.
Robbie Maddison added to his impressive riding résumé by doubling for Daniel Craig, left, in a chase scene in Istanbul for the latest James Bond film, "Skyfall."
Travis Pastrana holds back the urge to race.
Working five days a week as an electrician leaves very little time for Maria Forsberg to get her training in. Some days she rides until dark.