It was a ghost town in the pits on Monday before the eleventh round of the 2021 Monster Energy Supercross season. Many of the teams had stripped the bikes down and rebuilt them on the Sunday following the tenth round of the season, but there were still some cool sights to be captured walking around AT&T Stadium. Some teams like Star Racing Yamaha, HRC Honda, Red Bull/Troy Lee Designs/GasGas, and a few others were spotted tweaking their machines in preparation for the upcoming Tuesday race. There weren’t many, but MXA’s Travis Fant was on scene to capture a handful of some of the fastest bikes in Supercross.


Photos By Travis Fant

The Star Yamaha bikes getting some much-needed TLC after having a few run-ins with one Factory Husqvarna rider, in particular, the weekend before.

Joey Savatgy had a good first weekend in Arlington, getting a seventh in the Main Event. Here’s his bike sitting under the Rocky Mountain KTM canopy.

Here is a closer look at Joey’s forks.

If you spotted a trash can filled to the brim with blue rims, would you grab one?

Scooters have actually become a popular mode of transportation in Supercross, and we are not kidding. 

Justin Barcia’s bike getting cleaned up for tomorrow.

Brandon Hartranft’s bike being torn apart. 

Some wheels waiting for their time to shine at the Twisted Tea H.E.P Motorsports rig.

There was plenty of Leatt boots hanging around the MCR rig. 

Vince Friese’s bike. Notice the shiny number plate, a mainstay at MotoConcepts Racing.

Justin Brayton’s bike looking pretty fresh with new graphics and plastics.

Hardly anyone was seen in the Pits. 

Dylan Ferrandis’ bike mid-build. It is pretty impressive to see the entire Star Yamaha 450 effort sitting in the top 10 in the points hunt. 

Malcolm Stewart has been incredibly consistent throughout the season with his finishes, even tying his teammate, Aaron Plessinger in points. 

The assembly line of parts laid out so the mechanics know where everything is.

Derek Kelley’s AJE Motorsports GasGas MC 250F is pretty cool looking. 

Jordon Smith has struggled every round this season and unfortunately crashed at each round so far. Hopefully the number 80 can get a good race in soon. 

The factory Kawasaki rig all closed up for the day. 

Did you see Seth Hammaker’s performance last Saturday? He was very impressive in only his third race as a Pro. We might see the rookie grab some more podiums throughout the remainder of the season.

Jade Dungey working on Chase Sexton’s bike. Chase Sexton had another admirable finish this weekend with a fourth place finish at the first Arlington round. 

Kyle Peter’s bike equipped with the GET ignition light on his front fender, letting Kyle know when he’s in the prime RPM range for starts.

Here is another angle of the small but useful device.

A closer look at Kyle’s Phoenix Racing Honda CRF250 engine. 

We spotted Coty Schock scooting around. Coty is having the best finishes this year compared to his prior Supercross year, sitting ninth in points. 

Hardy Munoz getting some fresh decals on his number plate. 

Coty Schock’s bike.

The front end of Carson Mumford’s steed.

Maybe the mechanics are inside watching TV with that satellite dish equipped on top of their rig. Thanks for scrolling! Follow Motocross Action as we bring all the results and news following the 2021 Monster Energy season. We will be at Arlington 2 and the rest of the rounds reporting all the action.


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