February 8, 2014
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Kyle Chisholm’s Cycle Trader Rock River Yamaha YZ450F.

Kevin Weisbruch’s Kawasaki, equipped with FMF pipe and Hinson clutch.

Gonzales 283.

Brad Nauditt’s Honda CRF250 may be a privateer bik, but had Factory detailing.

Killy Rusk’s Yamaha YZ450F?backed by Rockwell watches.

Sean Rhinehart’s Rockwell Watch Suzuki RM-Z250.

Young #911 had an awesome looking RMZ450 set up for tonight in San Diego.

Teddy Park’s RM-Z with Rekluse clutch.

Weston Peick has been working extremely hard this year and shows a sign of hope for all privateers with another fifth.

Jimmy Albertson’s backed CRF450 (with camo graphics for Military Appreciation Day).

Scott Agostini’s trick Honda with white cases and a yellow head was stylishly colorful.

Jake Canada’s Honda CRF250 getting a last minute check to the spokes before qualifying.

Team Rock River Yamaha was in full support of Military Appreciation in the pits.

A camper, a bike, and some family support is the life of a privateer.

This Kawasaki KX250F caught our eyes with blue graphic scheme, Enzo suspension and Hinson clutch.

Brain Foster, a local from Huntington Beach decided to come out and race this weekend with spare parts from other privateers

Dakota Tedder’s unique military look for San Diego.

Kyle Peter’s Gurrnaid Energy Honda CRF450.

You would think this all white KTM 250SXF was factory by the looks of it 

Brandon Scharer’s Suzuki RM-Z250 with Hinson clutch and Yoshimura exhaust system.

Team GUS has put a huge effort into getting privateers to the races and it’s only gotten bigger over the years.

A cool look at the Kawasaki KX250F of Joey Dalzell 

Jared Hick’s Yamaha YZ450F has red hoses, Race Tech suspension and an FMF pipe.

LDF Racing KTM 450SXF of Scotty Wennerstorm.

Just a friendly reminder.


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