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2014 AMA Motocross Photo Gallery
2014 AMA Motocross photos
MX Sports renews contract with AMA Pro Racing and DMG. Photography by Kit Palmer
Original Kawasaki Team Green Manager Dave Jordan (left) with race promoter King Kelly (Photos courtesy Kevin Kelly)
The 2014 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Series will have live TV coverage. Photography by Kit Palmer
The AMA will conduct drug testing in the 2014 AMA Motocross National Championship in 2014.
Weston Peick prepares for the 2014 outdoor Nationals on his new RCH Suzuki team. Photography by Kit Palmer
Brett Metcalfe puts some laps in on the Monster Energy Kawasaki KX450F at Glen Helen. Photography By Kit Palmer
Justin Barcia also put time in today at the last open practice day at Glen Helen before the first round of the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship gets underway at the SoCal facility on May 24.
Heading into the 2014 AMA Motocross season, Ryan Dungey looks for title number three on the 450.
Barcia's teammate Trey Canard is back and healthy heading into the outdoor season.
GEICO Honda's Zach Bell is coming off of injury and is looking forward to the start of the outdoor season.
James Stewart practices at Glen Helen. Photography by Kit Palmer
Barcia's teammate Trey Canard is back and healthy heading into the outdoor season.
The U.S. team of young riders will represent in the FIM Jr. World Motocross Championship.
Here's a peek at the track for the upcoming Glen Helen National that kicks off the 2014 AMA Pro Motocross season.
Not your traditional Glen Helen layout, the design for the National features new obstacles, including the new “Velodrome,” a steep and very wide banked, right-hand turn located on the extreme north/east section of the track. Photography By Kit Palmer
And a look at the sand section at Glen Helen.
Ryan Dungey will be one of three former 450 champs battling for this year’s 450-class crown.
Canadian Champion Brett Metcalfe will be filling in for the injured Ryan Villopoto on the factory Monster Energy Kawasaki Team.
Yoshimura Suzuki’s James Stewart is hungry for a championship. He’s got the speed to get it done but consistency has been his Achilles Heal as of late.
Muscle Milk Honda’s finished third in the 2013 championship. He’s aiming higher this year.
Yamaha and the Toyota/JGRMX Team are relying on Josh Grant to get the job done. Grant’s teammate, Justin Brayton, is still mending from injuries.
Mike Alessi will be racing in his backyard before heading north to compete in the Canadian Nationals.
Star Racing Yamaha’s Jeremy Martin was one of the hottest outdoor 250 riders at the end of last year’s outdoor series. He plans on starting off hot this year.
Former MX2 World Champion Marvin Musquin will make his 2014 debut following a knee injury.
After spending the last few years on 450s and on the GP circuit it Europe, Christophe Pourcel will be going for the AMA 250 title again on a Valli Motorsports Yamaha.
Recently crowned 250 West Supercross Champion Jason Anderson hopes to keep the magic going in the outdoors.
Former 250 outdoor champ Blake Baggett is hoping to find that winning form again after injuries have set him back since his title run in 2012.
GEICO Honda’s Zach Osborne is capable of winning. He just needs to do it. Once he does, watch out.
Dean Wilson is hoping to win the 250 outdoor title one more time before moving up to the 450 class next year. He won the 250 outdoor championship in 2011.
East/West Supercross winner Justin Hill is just as comfortable outdoors as he is “indoors,” if not more so. This could spell trouble for his competitors.
Darryn Durham will miss much of the 2014 outdoor Nationals with a leg injury. Photography by Kit Palmer
Rockstar Energy Team's Joey Savatgy
Glen Helen press conference.
Ryan Dungey at Glen Helen media day
Glen Helen Television schedule
Jeremy Martin with the 250 win at Glen Helen. Photography By Kit Palmer
Ryan Dungey got the outdoor series started off with an exciting win at Glen Helen. Photography By Kit Palmer
250-class podium from Glen Helen. Photography by Kit Palmer
Discount Tire/TwoTwo Motorsports/Kawasaki's Chad Reed. Photography by Kit Palmer
Chad Reed during the second moto at the Glen Helen National. Photography by Kit Palmer
Discount Tire/TwoTwo Motorsport/Kawasaki's Chad Reed at Glen Helen. Photography by Kit Palmer
Zach Osborne injured his thumb at the Glen Helen National.
Blake Baggett, Justin Bogle and Wil Hahn were some of the stars at the 2014 Big Air Kid's Fair at the Loma Linda Children's Hospital. Photography by Kit Palmer
Blake Baggett makes them smile at the Big Air Kids Fair.
Jimmy Fitzpatrick was one of the FMX performers.
Opee attended the Big Air Kids Fair
Ricky James signs autographs.
2014 Hangtown track. Photography by Kit Palmer
Jeremy Martin will wear the red plate at Hangtown. Photography by Kit Palmer
Hangtown track 2014
Ken Roczen is the quickest qualifier at Hangtown. Photography by Kit Palmer
Christophe Pourcel is the top 250 qualifier.
Jeremy Martin does the double again at Hangtown. Photography By Kit Palmer.
Ken Roczen gets his first AMA Pro Motocross overall on the 450 at Hangtown. Photography by Kit Palmer
Justin Barcia will miss this weekend's round in Colorado due to injury.
Christophe Pourcel was quickest in 250 qualifying at Lakewood Valley Raceway in Colorado. Photography by Shan Moore
James Stewart will race this weekend in Tennessee despite failed drug test.
Eli Tomac returns to racing this weekend at the Muddy Creek National.
Eli Tomac was the top qualifier at Muddy Creek. Photography by Andrew Fredrickson
Christophe Pourcel was the top 250 qualifier at Muddy Creek. Photography by Andrew Fredrickson
Ken Roczen takes the overall at Muddy Creek over teammate Ryan Dungey. Photography By Andrew Fredrickson
Cooper Webb gets his first at Muddy Creek. Photography By Andrew Fredrickson
Privateer Fredrik Noren to replace the injured Justin Barcia for team Muscle Milk Honda for the remainder of the 2014 outdoor season. Photography By Hoppenworld.com
Eli Tomac's bike
Ken Roczen at RedBud
Red Bud Start
Ken Roczen topped qualifying at Budds Creek
Ryan Dungey and Trey Canard battle for the lead at RedBud,
Yoshimura Suzuki's James Stewart
Malcolm Stewart at the 2013 Washougal National Motocross. Photography by Shan Moore
Ivan Tedesco retires
Ryan Dungey was the top qualifier at Washougal. Photography by Steve Cox
Marvin Musquin was the top 250 qualifier at Washougal. Photography by Steve Cox
2014 250 Washougal winner Marvin Musquin. Photography by Steve Cox
2014 450-class podium. Photography by Steve Cox
2014 Washougal 450-class winner Ryan Dungey. Photography by Steve Cox
Chris Alldredge joins Pro Circuit
RJ Hampshire joines GEICO Honda team.
Luke Renzland joins the Rock River Yamaha team.
Trey Canard was the top qualifier in the 450 class at Unadilla and he claimed the Oakley Bomb award. Photography by Mike Emery.
Christophe Pourcel claimed another Oakley Bomb Award at Unadilla. Photography by Mike Emery
Trey Canard hopes to get his first win of the season. Photography by Mike Emery
Ryan Dungey at Unadilla. Photography by Mike Emery
Christophe Pourcel at Unadilla. Photography by Mike Emery
Trey Canard at Unadilla. Photography by Mike Emery
Ken Roczen at Unadilla 2014
Chris Alldredge Photography by Mike Emery
RJ Hampshire at Unadilla. Photography by Mike Emery
Jeremy Martin at Unadilla. Photography by Mike Emery
James Stewart won't be racing in this Indiana round of the AMA Motocross Championship.
Nine seconds. That’s how much faster Eli Tomac was over the rest of the 450 field in Timed Qualifying for today’s inaugural Ironman Motocross National in Crawfordsville, Indiana. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Marvin Musquin scored his second victory of the season Saturday in the 250CC class of the Ironman Motocross National. The Red Bull KTM helped his team sweep both classes by going 3-1 in very difficult conditions. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Ken Roczen got momentum back on his side and halted the late-season charge by his Red Bull KTM teammate Ryan Dungey by winning Saturday’s inaugural Ironman Motocross National with a 1-2 result. (Larry Lawrence photo)
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