BEHIND THE SCENES IN THE 2023 DENVER SUPERCROSS PITS

BEHIND THE SCENES IN THE 2023 DENVER SUPERCROSS PITS

While the racers arrived in the morning for the Denver Supercross, we were busy drooling over their bikes while they were being prepped for the afternoon. There’s plenty of racing to be had today but before we get to any of that, take a stroll with us through the pits as we get a behind the scenes look at the Denver Supercross pits.

Photos by Travis Fant

2023 DENVER SUPERCROSS // FULL COVERAGE

Empower Field is located in a beautiful spot to view the Denver cityscape.

The field is decorated in blue and orange for the Broncos.

Who doesn’t love the look of Ken’s Suzukis?

Dean Wilson’s helmet looking clean for the weekend.

Anthony Amos hard at work on Rj Hampshire’s ride.

We love seeing dogs at the races.

So we make sure to take plenty of photos of them.

Deano requires some extra seat foam for his height.

Now this is gnarly. Mad respect to these guys.

Spotted some older eye candy in the pits. How much do we have to pay to see someone hit the finish line on this thing?

Like, just imagine someone hitting the whoops on this. Today.

Justin Hill has been killing it at the races recently. Will we see him get another top 5?

With such little time till the outdoors season starts, we’re eager to see how well Aaron will do on the moto track.

Unfortunately for us though, we won’t be seeing Cooper Webb race this weekend.

RJ Wageman putting on the final touches.

Jerry Robin’s with a hint of blue this weekend.

Wondered where all the kinds get ready for the KTM Junior challenge? Well, right outside of the KTM rig.

An added support to grip the bike with their ankles. Where can I pick one of these up?

Jordon Troxell arguing with our Video Guy Travis Fant.

Now it would be cool to see if the Lawrence bros can rock gold plates at Salt Lake after this weekend.

While it may look a little haphazard, everything has it’s place on the mechanics cart.

Kyle Chisholm’s bike blending in. 

Dilan Schwartz’ bike getting some fresh air.

Mitchell Oldenburg equipped with some 3D printed boot blockers made by his mechanic Nathan Alexander.

An accurate representation of the first turn in the LCQ race made by children.

Hopefully that’s not Rj’s van in the background.

Still so crazy. Thanks for scrolling! Stay tuned to MXA for all the action LIVE.

 

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