Photos by Daryl Ecklund
Ken Roczen was out walking around and signing autographs for fans.
We have to get credit the current Endurocross champ Colton Haaker for coming out on his Eundro Husky 450 and giving the quarter mile Supercross track a go. He looked good.
Alex Martin tries to make up time on Josh Hill by throwing a huge scrub.
Josh Hill looked great on the electric Alta. He beat some good guys in qualifying, but had some tough luck in the night show.
Shane McElrath was dominate once again.
Some might say Ronnie’s competition wasn’t taking him seriously early in the day. That all stopped when he started beating everyone.
Broc Tickle looked like he was riding conservatively. Good for him. The race means nothing in the big scheme of things.
Ryan Villopoto on his SR250 smoker.
Ryan Villopoto verses Ryan Sipes. Ryan was the fastest qualifier in the 250F and two-stroke class all on his TC250.
The Red Bull air force made some surprise landings.
The ankle fireworks just keep on going.
Marvin took the race seriously. We wanted to win and he did. Two years in a row.
Marvin dragging foot peg.
Marvin the earth mover.
The only rider to out do Marvin’s scrub’s was Sean Cantrell. They were impressive. But scrubs don’t win races.
Shane McElrath against teammate Alex Martin.
Sean “Scrub City” Cantrell beat out Ryan Sipes with this scrub.
When they switched lanes Sean pulled the same move on Ryan, again.
Marvin with wrench Frankie Latham.
The let down when Gared Steinke beat Ryan Villopoto.
Ronnie didn’t disappoint.
“The Hulk” Tyler Bowers up against Kyle Chisholm. Kyle beat out Tyler.
Where the battle begins.
Josh Hanson got a bike last minute and rode well the entire night beating out Broc Tickle for 2nd overall.
Broc Tickle inching out Alex Ray.
Josh Hill with an early lead on Alex Martin.
Brazil’s young Enzo Lopes (left) hit the US hard by racing both the Monster Cup and Straight Rhythm.
“The Mac” versus Shane McElrath.
Ronnie and his mechanic. Some might call him his twin brother.
Mike Brown against Gared Steinke in the two-stroke class.
Trey Canard was working the event.
Gared Steinke and Mike Brown switch lanes. Gared won both runs.
Ryan Villopoto up against Mike Sleeter.
“The Mac” scrub.
Broc Tickle’s mechanic Jade Dungey. Yes he is related to Ryan Dungey if you didn’t know.
Brownie checking out the track before go time.
The race steed.
Marvin Musquin throwing roost.