LAS VEGAS SUPERCROSS: BEST IN THE PITS

This could very well be the 2019 450 Supercross championship bike. 

LAS VEGAS SUPERCROSS IN THE UNLV PITS

The last round has arrived in Sin City for the final showdown of the 2019 Monster Energy Supercross series. It will be an exciting round as all the championships will be decided here. Odds favorites are Cooper Webb, Adam Cianciarulo and Chase Sexton. If they all ride smart they will wrap it up. However, that rarely happens in Vegas. The best part of the Vegas round has to be the bikes. They are always flashy and bright. We had our photog Brain Converse go into the pits to see what he could find.

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Photos by Brian Converse

Adam Cianciarulo hangs loose next to his Monster Energy Pro Circuit KX250. 

Joey Savatgy’s factory Kawasaki KX450.

Chase Sexton’s Geico Honda CRF250 looks good. 

The UNLV stadium. 

The JGR crew. 

The JGR RM-Z250s look great. 

Justin Brayton’s Smarttop CRF450. 

Justin Sterling’s Gas Monkey FC250. 

Josh Osby’s ClubMX Yamaha YZ250F. 

Colt Nichols Monster Energy/ Star Racing YZ250F. 

Dean Wilson’s Rockstar FC450 will be in attendance in Vegas.

Chad Reed is in Vegas to hang out with his fans. 

Kyle Chisholm looks like he picked up a new sponsor, Genuine Broaster Chicken? 

Can the number 3 of Tomac win again in Vegas like last year?

Martin Davalos was offered a ride on the Factory Yamaha 450 team for the outdoor Nationals but couldn’t take it due to being under contact with Pro Circuit. 

Blake Baggett is running some new FCP engine mounts on his Rocky Mountain KTM this weekend for the first time at the races. 

Ken Roczen has nothing to lose in Vegas. He just resigned a three year deal with Honda. 

All the bikes under the JGR tent. 

Michell Falk’s TLD KTM 250SXF.

Some sparkle on the points leaders KX250. 

The factory KTMs look rather plain for Vegas. 

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