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2014 Anaheim II Photo Gallery
Photos from the third round of the 2014 AMA Supercross season at Angel Stadium. Photography By Kit Palmer and Shan Moore
Justin Barcia’ s retro Honda Muscle Milk CRF450R. Barcia said he liked it so much he wouldn’t mind have his bike look that way all the time.
The Toyota/Yamaha/N-Fab/JGRMX Team decked their bikes in old-style yellow and black Yamaha colors.
The crowd was large for the Legends and Heroes of Motocross autograph signing. More than 20 passed Supercross champs and legends were on hand to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the AMA Supercross Championship.
Former 500cc Supercross Champion Steve Stackable had a great time hanging out with the fans and signing autographs.
This 1976 Suzuki RM250 is never going to get dirty.
Weston Peick was again fast at Anaheim. He went on to finish a strong seventh in the 450 main.
Two-time winner Jason Anderson was top 250 qualifier.
Darryn Durham crashed in practice and sat out the rest of the day and night. He might be back for Oakland.
Privateer Nick Schmidt didn’t quite make it into the 450 main this time but he gave it hell of an effort.
Josh Grant (33) was back after a shoulder and Justin Barcia struggled with crashes.
Ken Roczen (94) was the fastest qualifier in the 450 class, right behind him (and next to him) was Ryan Villopoto.
Jason Anderson (17) won his heat race just ahead of Cole Seely.
Jeremy McGrath highlighted the past Supercross Champions introduction during opening ceremonies.
Sixteen of the 20 SX champs took the spotlight.
So did the Monster Girls.
The first 450 heat gets underway.
Justin Brayton and Ryan Villopoto had a great battle in the first 450 heat.
Villopoto passed Brayton for the lead, but Brayton passed him back for the win.
The KTM Jr. Supercross Challenge was back in full force.
Yoshimura Suzuki-supported Matt Moss won the first semi.
James Stewart got back to his winning ways in the second 450 heat.
Mike Alessi and Josh Hill went at it in a semi. Hill made the pass and went on to win.
The first few laps of the 250 main was intense.
Dean Wilson’s chance for a win evaporated when he got caught up in the Tuff Blocks and nearly took out Malcolm Stewart before it was over.
Cole Seely hung on this time to nab his fourth career 250 Supercross win.
Seely was quite relieved to get the victory.
(Left to right) Jason Anderson, Seely and Cooper Webb celebrate on the 250 podium. Anderson was later penalized two positions for jump under a waving red-cross flag.
Ryan Dungey blasted out of the gate and grabbed the 450-class holeshot.
Ken Roczen gives chase.
Justin Brayton made up for an eighth-place start by ending up fourth.
Dungey went down while leading and dropped to sixth. Here he picks up his bike in front of Chad Reed.
Roczen and Villopoto went at it for a while.
Long in coming, Reed celebrates his 42nd career win.
Reed was thrilled to get his first win since early 2012.
Reed said this was probably his most emotional win ever.
James Stewart led much of the race but couldn’t hold back the flying Reed and took second.
Stewart and Reed have a chat on the podium.
A Dunlop technician check on Reed’s rear tire.
The Discount Tires/TwoTwo Motorsports Kawasaki Team enjoy its well-deserved victory.
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