BEST IN THE PITS | 2021 HANGTOWN NATIONAL

BEST IN THE PITS | 2021 HANGTOWN NATIONAL

We’re at the last round of the 2021 Pro Motocross season at the Hangtown National and we’re excited to witness the races, but first, take a stroll through the pits to look at some pretty cool bikes. Dylan Ferrandis already has the red permanently plated on his bike but in the 250 class, the red plate is technically still up for grabs as Jett still has the lead. The craziest part is that many of these bikes may NOT have the same rider on them for the upcoming year. Scroll down below to check out some cool sights we captured at the 2021 Hangtown National.

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Photos By Trevor Nelson

Getting the 32 machine dialed for the races tomorrow.

Ken Roczen’s bike looking ready for the 450 motos. the 450 class will also be first on the track at Hangtown.

Kevin Moranz is getting the opportunity to ride a factory with Rocky Mountain KTM as Joey Savatgy won;t be at the races. 

Michael Mosiman’s bike sitting under a very lonely and quiet RedBull TLD tent.

Before getting new graphics.

After getting new graphics. Since the race is taking place on 9/11, many of the teams are honoring those that have fallen in the attack and since then. Pretty cool that motocross has such a large showing of respect for our armed forces.

Marvin Musquin’s bike ready for tomorrow. If you haven’t heard the news yet, Marvin has signed another Supercross exclusive deal with KTM for the upcoming year. Marvin is one of the few riders that we actually know where he’ll be going as there is rumor that the entire industry will be flipping with the number of rider changes. 

Joshua Varize’s bike also sporting 9/11 tribute graphics. 

Rj Hampshire even said on Instagram that the graphics were designed to also be used on the MXDN USA team that never went through. 

Motocross? No. Wrestlemania? Yes.

Freddie get off of your phone.

Eli Tomac’s final ride on Kawi? 

Red number plates look good on a Honda.

A tire change going down under the Dunlop rig. 

The Racers 4 Waverly stickers can be found everywhere around the pits, showing the support that the factory teams have for the devastation that took place near Loretta Lynns. 

Chase Sexton might not be racing, but HRC still brought out his bike.

Zac Commans relating to the public. Do you remember that this guy used to rip on the Pro Circuit bikes? 

If you really wanted to see Austin Forkner’s number plate up close, here’s your chance. 

Max Anstie’s ride missing its front wheel.

That’s got to be at least 4 tires.

Max Vohland’s race machine getting a look under the hood. 

The painful walk back when you don’t have a tire cart and your rig is parked all the way across the parking lot. 

Jo Shimoda has been the all star for the Pro Circuit team this season. How will he finish the season at Hangtown?

The FXR Chaparral team won’t be here after the season but they were able to build some pretty neat bikes. 

The Xtrig triple clamps on KYB suspension is a pretty nice combo. 

Thanks for scrolling through the pits! Stay tuned tomorrow as we’ll bring you all the action at the final round of the season.

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