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Work Out & Help KTM’s Ryan Dungey Get Featured on a Wheaties Box

Wheaties NEXT Challenge

With your help, Ryan Dungey can become the first-ever Motocross star to be featured on the iconic Wheaties cereal box.

This is possible through the Wheaties NEXT Challenge. The cereal company has teamed up with MapMyFitness, the world’s largest digital fitness community, to put together the MapMyFitness Wheaties NEXT Challenge.

The KTM SX-F450 pilot is one of four athletes featured in the competition, and you can help Dungey make the cover of the Wheaties box. How? Simply join the #TeamDUNGEY in the MapMyFitness Wheaties NEXT Challenge and cast a vote for the two-time MX Champion every time you log a 30 minute workout, up to twice a day.

The competition runs July 1- August 31, and the athlete with the most votes at the end will be featured on the next Wheaties Box. Four other athletes are featured in the MapMyFitness Wheaties NEXT Challenge – Blake Leeper – Track and Field; Rob Pannell – Lacrosse; Anthony “Showtime” Pettis – Mixed Martial Arts; Christen Press – women’s soccer.

Those who vote for RD5 also have a chance to win prizes from Dungey and his sponsors, and help raise money for St. Jude Children’s Hospital.

Talking about the challenge, Dungey says: I”ll be logging my workouts along with you and updating my social channels during the competition with video check-ins on how my workouts are going and giving shout outs to team members who are leading for #TeamDUNGEY.

“Wheaties will be featuring a series of articles about the history of the iconic Wheaties Box, nutrition and fitness tips, my charitable work with St Jude Children’s Hospital, and what motivates me to compete at the highest level.

“I really need your help to win this competition!”

Work Out & Help KTM's Ryan Dungey Get Featured on a Wheaties Box

To join the competition, click here.

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