Dungey Holds Lead; Twitch Up’s Social Score In April’s Moto Exposure-Meter

Motocross Exposure-Meter Photo War

Cudby Cuts Up The Pack

Representing Racer X and holding down first place in the Photo Exposure-Meter race, Simon Cudby continues to stack points with covers and feature photos. A few thousand points behind him is Motocross Action Magazine’s John Basher who holds a slight lead over Brendan Lutes from TransWorld Motocross. With their “fingers on the triggers” stay tuned to see if anyone can overtake Cudby.

Follow the jump to page two to see who took the social-meter this time around… 

 Moto Exposure-Meter Social Score

 Twitch Tops April, Stewart Holds On To Overall Lead

April was a huge month for Jeremy "Twitch" Stenberg online. Twitch tallied nearly 250k social interactions, making him moto's biggest man in the month's social sphere, and the points propelled him into 12th overall.

James Stewart scored big as well in April and padded his lead overall, but he's got a new rider on his tail. Ken Roczen was the month's third biggest name online and earned him enough juice to jump over Ricky Carmichael for the second spot overall. Justin Barcia had a big month too, jumping from 10th to seventh, rounding out this month's major movers.

Click through to page three to see what’s up with Moto Logo Wars.

The Race For Second

Leaving the rest of the field in the dust, Dunlop continues to grow its overall lead in the logo race. Each in the top ten, Honda, Kawasaki, and KTM battle it out for bike supremacy. Sitting in third place, Alpinestars has the most points for a softgoods brand; while Oakley is seeing clear ahead of all other goggle companies. Although Dunlop is far ahead of the competition the rest of the field sits only points apart.

Go to page four for the Moto Exposure Ad Race.

Dungey Back On Top In the Ad Race

It didn’t take long for Ryan Dungey to reclaim his ad title from Ryan Villopoto, thanks to ads from companies like KTM and Dunlop. Big ads from companies such as Scott allowed Blake Baggett to score big, while Eli Tomac accrued major points with the 6D Helmet catalog insertion in Motocross Action Magazine.

Drum roll please…Find out who tops this month’s overall Moto Exposure Meter by following the jump.

Ryan Dungey holds the Top Spot; Millsaps Continues to Move

It didn't take long for Ryan Dungey to reclaim his ad title from Ryan Villopoto, thanks to ads from companies like KTM and Dunlop. Big ads from companies such as Scott allowed Blake Baggett to score big, while Eli Tomac accrued major points with the 6D Helmet catalog insertion in Motocross Action Magazine.

Strong results, editorial and ad coverage, along with the cover of Racer X allowed Davi Millsaps to jump three places into third overall. Millsaps has had back-to-back solid months and continues to climb the Exposure-Meter ranks. Ryan Villopoto also had a good month thanks to a cover and feature in TransWorld Motocross.

While Millsaps and Villopoto continue to gain points they’re still chasing Exposure-Meter leader, Ryan Dungey, who holds the top spot and also took back the Ad title from Villopoto. Chad Reed, Jake Weimer, and Trey Canard also had a strong April and moved up in the ranks.

Dunlop holds the top spot in the logo race while the major bike companies such as Honda, Kawasaki, and KTM battle it out for bragging rights. Racer X’s Simon Cudby has earned the most points behind the lens this month, with Motocross Action Magazine's John Basher close behind.

Come back next month the see if Millsaps can continue to climb to the top spot or if Dungey and Villopoto can hold him off.

Photo: Brenden Lutes, TW MOTO