Josh Hill’s Factory Soaring Eagle RCH Suzuki RM-Z450

The #29 of Andrew Short 

Andrew’s Bike is equipped with FMF Exhaust with a carbon tip 

Justin Brayton has been on fire lately.

Josh Grant’s trick gas tank cover 

Josh Grant’s Factory JGR Yamaha YZ450F 

Justin Barcia’s Factory Muscle Milk Honda CRF450 

Ken Roczen keeps the red backgrounds for Oakland, but it goes to Villopoto for A3.

The dual exhaust Yoshimura’s of Justin Barcia.

Zach Osborne’s Factory Geico Honda CRF250.

Geico Honda is stocked up with Muscle Milk and Muscle Milk Light.

Inside the Geico Honda truck are engines, exhausts, and anything the team may need on race day

We did an Interview yesterday with Osborne’s mechanic. Stay tuned for a video on Inside the Pro’s bike

Cole Seely with the red backgrounds this week in Oakland. The red plate goes back to Jason Anderson next week.

Carlos going over bike set up 

Privateer Life.

Team GUS always has a huge display and tent set up.

Lars Lindstrom and the rest of Two Two motorsports doing some early morning work to Chad’s Kawasaki KX450F.

Davi’s bike on display, hoping to see him back on the track soon.

Steve Westfall working on Ivan Tedeco’s Rockstar Racing KTM 450SXF 

Another look at Ken Roczen’s Factory Red Bull KTM 450SXF.

Ryan Dungey’s Factory Red Bull KTM 450SXF.

A calm in the KTM pits before the show starts.

Jason Anderson’s bike returning to the pits after early sound inspection.

Eli Tomac did not return this weekend in Oakland.

Geico Honda now using two trucks in the pits with a complete 450 and 250 team.

Will Hahn’s Geico Honda sitting next to the transfer king Kevin Windam’s bike.

Will Hahn’s Shoei helmet.

James Stewart’s Factory Yoshimura Suzuki RM-Z450.

Over at Kawasaki there was a meeting with Mitch and some of his mechanics before riders showed up this morning.

Kawsaki Green always stands out when walking through the pits.

Mike J. Williamson gave us a sneak peak at Ryan Villopoto’s Thor helmet for Oakland.

Here is another look at the helmet.

The elaborate graphic designs of the bikes carry over on to all the mechanic’s tool boxes.

Not a race bike but very interesting to look at.

Walking into the stadium for the first time before you see the track has to be one of the best feelings.

Dean Ferris’ Factory KTM 250SXF.

Andrew Short’s Factory BTO KTM 450SXF.

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