The 2020 Atlanta Supercross is set to go inside of the Mercedes-Benz Stadium and MXA is in Atlanta, Georgia, to bring our viewers coverage of the event. Cooper Webb had all eyes on him during the Atlanta SX Press Day. After his big crash last weekend in Arlington, we knew Cooper Webb would be sore and beat up coming into round nine of the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross series. Although he only did a few laps, the defending Champion looked good. Coming into Atlanta, the 450SX class has been significantly reduced due to injuries. Adam Cianciarulo is out with a broken collarbone, Zach Osborne is out with a broken wrist and bruised lungs, Broc Tickle has a hand injury,


Photos by Brian Converse

Cooper Webb is back and he looked good in Press Day. You can check out our video featuring Cooper by clicking here.

Cooper Webb is happy to be back on the bike after his huge get-off last weekend. 

Ken Roczen soaring through the enclosed, Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Pierce Brown is making his Supercross debut on the #163 Troy Lee Designs Red Bull KTM this weekend in Atlanta.

 Chad Reed brought his kids out for some Press Day riding in Atlanta on their electric Husqvarna EE 5 bikes. 

Chad was all smiles with his wife and kids on the track with him for Press Day.

Josh Hill has a serious mane going on. It has been really cool to see Josh make a comeback to racing.

Josh Hill and his brother Justin are always stylish.

Brian Moreu’s Troy Lee Designs Red Bull KTM is being displayed in Atlanta. We wish Brian all the best in his recovery. The Road2Recovery Foundation has set up a benefit donation link for supporters to show their support monetarily to help out Brian with his medical expenses after he suffered a spinal injury at the Tampa Supercross. Currently, the link for donations isn’t working, but you can click here to check out the Road2Recovery Foundation.

Ken Roczen doing some TV interviews. 

Jeremy Martin’s Geico Honda gets some love before the big show.

Justin Barica sits fourth in the Point Standings, 27 behind Eli Tomac coming into round nine.

Supercross TV personality, Ralph Sheheen spent sometime with ClubMX Yamaha’s Joey Crown. Ralph is smart and he needs to get to know Joey as he has been running up front and getting lots of TV time lately.

Joey Crown came into the season having never qualified for a Main Event before. He made it to the Main at Tampa and finished eighth, then finished seventh overall at the Arlington Triple Crown.

 Pierce Brown’s race bike is also ready for his SX debut.

The pits are located indoors in Atlanta which is nice for the truck drivers and crew members because they don’t have to set up the big awnings on their rigs.

Martin Davalos was having fun throwing some style on the over-under jump.

Adam Cianciarulo’s bike will get a break from the grind while Adam’s shoulder heals up.

The JGR MX engine technicians plug Jimmy Decotis’ Suzuki in to their computer for a check-up.

Cooper Webb’s Red Bull KTM.

Cooper Webb deep in thought before Press Day riding begins.  

Shane McElrath’s Star Racing Yamaha still has the red plate, but now he’s tied with Chase Sexton for the points lead.

Justin Hill was fast in Arlington. He scored the fastest qualifying time during the day program and he finished third in the second Main Event. Justin was taken out in the first Main Event and crashed on his own in the third Main Event, but he still finished sixth overall.

Chad Reed’s kids’ bikes next to his Mountain Motorsports Honda CRF450.

Justin Barcia off the over-under table-top in Atlanta.

Up close details on Pierce Brown’s Troy Lee Designs Red Bull KTM.

JGR’s Jimmy Decotis is back riding after a big crash in qualifying at Arlington kept him out of the night show. Jimmy was one of many riders who crashed on the dragon’s back.

With a high of 52 degrees for Saturday’s race in Atlanta, Ken Roczen and many other riders will be bundling up with jackets before the get on their bikes.

Isaac Teasdale’s JGR MX Suzuki. Isaac injured his knee during qualifying in Arlington, but he raced through the pain anyways. Isaac is going to try and tough it out and ride through the pain again this weekend to put the JGR Suzuki on the track.

Ken Roczen with his feet on the pegs through the sand section.

Ricky Carmichael seems like he has been enjoying his time at the races lately with his full-time TV announcing job.

Martin Davalos and Aaron Plessinger through the sand section.

Justin Brayton is looking for redemption after a rough go in Arlington.

Jo Shimoda’s Geico Honda.

Jordon Smith’s Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki.

Privateer KTM rider, Henry Miller.

Under the hood of the HEP Suzuki.

Joey Crown’s ClubMX Yamaha. 

Chad Reed on the move during Press Day.

Dean Wilson’s Rockstar Husqvarna.

Enzo Lopes is also apart of the ClubMX Yamaha team with Joey Crown and Josh Hill.

Garrett Marchbanks steed. 

Chad Reed’s Mountain Motorsports CRF450.

Broc Tickle’s Suzuki RMZ-450 will be one of the multiple factory 450 bikes on display this weekend with Broc’s hand being injured. 

Blake Baggett’s Rocky Mountain ATV/MC KTM.

Aaron Plessinger was in Atlanta early for Press Day.


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