BEST IN THE PITS // 2022 SAN DIEGO SUPERCROSS // MILITARY EDITION (UPDATED)

BEST IN THE PITS // 2022 SAN DIEGO SUPERCROSS // MILITARY EDITION

The third round of the 2022 Monster Energy Supercross series drops into beautiful downtown San Diego inside Petco Park. The San Diego Supercross round is known for its military appreciation. The bikes are dressed up in military graphics and the riders sometimes have military looking gear or painted helmets. It is a fun round that gets to honor the ladies and gentlemen that support our country. This is what our photog Trevor Nelson shot on Friday morning when the bikes were just getting unloaded.

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Adam Cianciarulo’s factory KX450.

Last weekend’s 450 Main Event winner Jason Anderson was all smiles today in San Diego. 

Chase Sexton’s Alpinestars helmet is beautiful. All of the Alpinestars riders are wearing the Blue Angels blue/yellow color scheme. 

The Team Solitaire Yamaha boys went all-out on their military themed graphics! 

As always, San Diego Supercross provides a long and brutal whoop section. 

The view of Petco Park from the ground. 

Carson Mumford’s BarX Suzuki mechanic Taylor Muto. 

Adam Cianciarulo headed in for press day.

Justin Brayton’s Moto Concepts CRF450. 

Cool details in Ken Roczen’s graphics. 

Dean Wilson has some really cool camo O’Neal gear for the weekend. 

Malcolm Stewart ready for press.

Jason Anderson’s camo green machine. 

Jason Anderson’s Blue Angels inspired boots.

Joey Savatgy’s Rocky Mountain air force KTM 450SXF. 

Cooper Webb’s American flag factory KTM 450SXF.

It’s good to have Jalek Swoll back at the races after his hard wreck at Anaheim 1.

Chase Sexton mid-interview with MXA’s Josh Mosiman. Listen to the interview along with more riders on the MXA podcast. 

Ken Roczen’s grey camo goggles ready for press day.

Hunter Lawrence’s helmet.

Kenny’s CRF450 with Army Air Corp front fender sticker.

Chase Sexton looking to get his CF450 on the podium this weekend. 

Adam Cianciarulo’s old mechanic Brandon Zimmer is now Chase Sexton’s mechanic at HRC Honda. 

The rear end of Malcolm Stewart’s Rockstar FC450. 

Factory HRC wrench Jordan Troxell. 

Adam Cianciarulo’s Pro Circuit muffler. 

Adam Cianciarulo’s Pro Circuit header.

Carson Brown’s AEO KTM 250SXF. 

Sexton’s custom Tech 10s. 

The Yamaha rig getting ready for action. 

Alex Ray’s CRF450. 

Christian Craig is on a two-race streak in the 250 West division. 

Mechanics staged for press day.  

Up close to the Throttle Syndicate PC graphics. 

Some cool touches on Shimoda’s bike. 

The Star Racing bike lined up. 

The Twisted Tea Suzuki team rig. 

One of the Moto Concepts CRF250’s.

It is a beautiful day in SD. 

Dean Wilson’s FC450 over the Rockstar tent.

Check out the camo colors that Factory Effex came up with. 

Malcolm Stewart’s factory Rockstar FC450. 

Factory Honda semi before it was setup. 

Alex Martin and Garrett Marchbanks in their new limited edition FXR gear.

Club MX Yamaha rider Nique Thury gearing up to match his teammates with his Ogio bags.

Michael Mosiman and Justin Barcia’s GasGas rides. 

That’s a lot of red!


Garrett Marchbanks strapping on his Gaerne SG12s.

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