WEDNESDAY AT MILESTONE | TESTING FOR THE NATIONALS

R.J. Hampshire was burning laps in an effort to cut down his lap times. The Geico Honda rider ended the 250 East Supercross series in eighth. He’ll be looking for better results starting next weekend at Hangtown.

Chase Sexton is training for his Pro debut, which won’t come for some time.

Oklahoma native Colt Nichols is back to the grind after a good Supercross season. Where will he land next year, especially if he has a solid outdoor series?

Weston Peick is a regular to the Southern California motocross tracks.

Christian Craig and Chase Sexton listen to legend and team manager, Mike LaRocco. Mike won 250 and 500 National Championships with Kawasaki in the 1990s.

Justin Bogle puts in a few laps.

Team JGR Yamaha brought the full rig out.

Christian Craig appears to be Geico Honda’s number-one rider for the 250 Nationals.

Team JGR Yamaha staff, Phil Nicoletti (34) and Justin Barcia (51) discuss where the nearest Wienerschnitzel is.

Noah McConahy has been improving over the season. His Supercross season’s best was in Santa Clara with a 13th place finish.

Davi Millsaps was preparing for the Nationals–the Canadian Nationals. 

Christian Craig had a squirrely moment.

Mitchell Key gives Phil Nicoletti’s Yamaha some tender care after hard laps. Phil isn’t very gentle on parts.

Colt Nichols.

R.J. Hampshire.

Phil Nicoletti.

Christian Craig.

Davi Millsaps.

Dillan Epstein earned a 12th place finish in Supercross at Oakland.

Noah McConahy.

 

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