All the riders that won the KTM challenge in their home town all raced together in Vegas. The winner got to take home the bike they rode.
Seth Hammaker who is out of Pennsylvania turned some heads by going 1-1 in the All-Stars class.
Matt Leblanc fishished 2nd in the first moto then had some bad luck in the second moto on his YZ85.
Monster Alley caught many riders off guard and put them onto their heads.
Jordan Smith trails Josh Grant through Monster Alley.
Marvin Musquin put Eli Tomac in the pressure cooker. It worked. Eli made a big mistake and went down hard.
Jason Anderson put on a good ride for 3rd overall.
The start of the first main event before the first red flag.
Look different? It sure is. Broc Tickle and Marvin Musquin were both running the 2019 KTM 450SXF engines.
Josh Grant’s mechanic Travis Perry is always all smiles.
Dean Wilson was fastest in practice and finished 3rd overall.
Seth Hammaker set the world on fire.
Cole Martinez finished 13th overall.
Justin Barcia’s priveteer CRF450 was able to holeshot in the second main.
The Geico Honda team picked up mini-star Hunter Yoder to race the Honda CRF150.
Thomas Covington was on crutches due to his ACL tear at the 2017 Motocross Des Nations.
Christian Craig’s factory Honda CRF450 steed.
Ryan Villopoto was out signing autographs.
Brian Deegan was signing autograths and taking pictures with the fans.
Marvin Musquin and his wife Mathilde celebrate after Marvin won three motos in a row to bring home the Monster million. KTM image
The winning KTM team and Marvin’s $1,000,000 check. KTM image
The Monster Energy Cup podium from left to right: Jason Anderson (2nd), Marvin Musquin (1st), Dean Wislon (3rd). KTM Image
Justin Bogle crashed hard by clipping Justin Hoeft’s rear wheel. Due to the crash in the first main event the race was red flagged. Travis Fant photo
Garrett Marchbanks had a lot of hype coming into this event. He had subpar results and finished 10th overall. Travis Fant photo
The Joker lane was a big scrub single jump. Dean Wilson gets low on it.
World Champ Tim Gasjer was riding well until he had a bad crash. Travis Fant photo