Doug Henry

Racing legend, X Games Gold Medalist, and Motocross Hall of Famer Doug Henry joins the Kenda team as Brand Ambassador. Henry, a highly respected member of the racing community with decades of racing experience will be a perfect fit as a brand ambassador for Kenda Tires.

During his motocross racing career, Henry broke his back in 1995. After making an amazing come back, he went on to win the 1998 National Motocross Championship title. The seemingly unstoppable Doug Henry was again derailed in 2007 when he suffered a paralyzing spinal cord injury in a Super Moto race in Daytona.

Despite his injury, he continues his racing journey, now on Kenda tires. Henry attends races and events across the country, competing in adaptive extreme sports including motocross, snocross, snowbike and downhill mountain bikes.

The entire Kenda team is excited about Henry coming on board, including Director of Powersports, Jason Baldwin. “We are stoked to have a legend like Doug Henry on board! With his experience and level of competitiveness, we look forward to the new partnership and adding traction to his racing journey” said Baldwin.

With his unique combination of skills and Kenda’s wide range of products, Henry will use and promote Kenda across a broad spectrum of industries including Powersports, Bicycle, Automotive, Trailer and Wheelchair. Stay tuned to Kenda social media for more news about Doug Henry, the 2019 season, riders and new tires!

Since it was founded in 1962, Kenda has operated under the core values of Honesty, Innovation, Quality, and Customer Service. Over the years, Kenda has continued to develop and expand its product offering to meet changing market demands. Today, Kenda is one of the world’s leading tire and tube manufacturers for automotive, motorcycle, ATV, bicycle, wheelchair, golf cart, lawn care equipment, trailer, skid loader, and agricultural vehicles. With factories all over the world, Kenda is able to provide quality products to suit a wide variety of applications. For more information, please visit