Photos by Spencer OwensThis weeks ” Best in the Pits” gallery comes to you from beautiful downtown San Diego for round six of the Monster Energy Supercross series.
We wouldn’t try to steal any posters from the KTM truck. This guy may get you.
This weekend is a Military Appreciation race. Some teams like Rocky Mountain ATVMC WPS KTM dedicated their bikes to the nations troops.
If you look closely, the guys at Red Bull KTM added a little flare to their weekend livery with the camp in the graphics.
In recent weeks, we haven’t really shown the KTM Juniors any love. So, here we go! Check out this tricked out little KTM 50SX. Six year old Callie Sutton will be piloting this machine tomorrow night.
Imagine having one of these FMF Racing mufflers just waiting in your garage.
Jason Anderson will lead the points again this weekend in the 450 class aboard his Husky FC450.
It’s all in the details. Won’t be long until we see this guy out there.
Dean Wilson looks to put the 15 machine on top tonight.
We’re pretty sure social media blew up after Chad Reed posted this online. Up close, his FC450 is a beaut.
An anodized blue shock spring ads some color to CR22’s livery.
Pro Circuit added a nice camo touch to the Ti-6 Pro exhaust system.
Justin Hill’s ride for the night?
We haven’t seen much of this guy lately.
Black RG3 forks make the JGR RM-Z250’s look even cleaner.
Looks like Josh Hanson will be lining up tonight.
Aaron Plessinger will also hold on to his red plates tonight.
Factory team details are the best kind of details.
Ironically, its not all that often you see the riders number on the clutch case now days.
The only rider that went all out with patriotism was Casey Brennan.
We like this look.
The Pro Circuit bikes are always a contender for “Best in the Pits”.
Could tonight be Adam Cianciarulo’s night?
Josh Grant could take his 33 Monster Energy Kawasaki to a solid finish tonight.
Mechanics like to put a thin peice of foam between the peg to keep dirt, sand or anything else out.
Eli Tomac’s cutom BELL MOTO-9 Flex for the night.
Haters will say, “its photoshopped”.
Ken Roczens HRC Honda CRF450 machine could very well take the top spot tonight.
What’s cool about the HRC CRF450 bikes is that they’ve stuck with the same color schemes for almost nine years.