2019 SAN DIEGO SUPERCROSS | PRESS DAY GALLERY
Friday was a beautiful day in Downtown San Diego. Sun was shinning with a cool 68 degree breeze. The bikes were out glimmering in the sunshine, but mechanics were preparing as today was the calm before the storm, literally. Press day riding was cancelled today as they want to keep the San Diego Supercross track covered as long as they can as race day calls for a 100 percent chance of rainfall from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm WST. According to the weather forecast light rain is supposed to start tonight around 1:00 am and continue until 1:00 am on Monday. It is almost comical as the only round there hasn’t been rain this Supercross season is in Oakland, usually as the most likeliness for rain on the west coast, save for the Seattle round.
Since the racers were unable to ride today we are giving you something a little different. And since the San Diego Supercross round is all about military appreciation we went around downtown SD in search of military stuff. Enjoy.
Photos by Daryl Ecklund
This all-new Fly Racing helmet has some impressive features. Make sure to look more inside the Fly Racing Formula helmet.
It is all in the details. One of the Rockstar Husky crew clips the nubs off Dean Wilson‘s FC450 to make room for the Dunlop stickers.
Jason Anderson spotting. It is good to see Jason getting around well after his practice crash and surgery.
Ashely took this picture of their Astars limited edition San Diego gear.
Michael Mosiman stopped to tell us one of his Fun Facts. Make sure to check out his Instagram account if you want to learn a thing or two.