Anaheim 1 SX

Photo Report | January 10, 2017

Round one of the 2017 Monster Energy Supercross Championship went off this past weekend in Anaheim without a hitch. We missed seeing a few of our favourite riders who are either out with injury or haven’t got a ride secured yet. I don’t think there was really a huge difference with the new timed format that they have in place now. FXR had a few fast guys make the night show and we had some photographers on hand to capture some images for us. Let’s take a look at a few of our FXR athletes in action.

Team Rockwell’s Zac Commans waiting for practice. | Krystyn Slack photo

Enter beast mode for day practice. | Krystyn Slack photo

Team BWR/K1 Speed rider, Kyle White looking sharp during practice. | Krystyn Slack photo

Alex Ray mixing it up with Team 3br’s Nick Schmidt. | Krystyn Slack photo

Brandon Scharer blows past #262 Connor Pearson in Heat 2 of 250W. | Krystyn Slack photo

Wrench banter on the line with Kyle White. | Krystyn Slack photo

Alex Ray looking super stylie in practice. | James Lissimore photo

Alex Ray with some great starts in the 450 class this weekend. A tangle in the first corner with Trey Carnard pushed him back but still finished Semi #1 in 7th. | James Lissimore photo

Welcome race fans to the A-Ray show. | James Lissimore photo

Alex ready to tackle San Diego. | James Lissimore photo

#154 Brandon Scharer looking good on his BWR/K1 Speed Honda. | James Lissimore photo

Brandon is glad to be back at it. | James Lissimore photo

White missed the main by a near 5 spots and is ramped up for what San Diego holds for him. | James Lissimore photo

Kyle White in a stacked class of 450s. | James Lissimore photo

Kyle White looking good in his Mission gear. | James Lissimore photo

Some track walk time for Kyle and his man friend. | James Lissimore photo

Brandon Scharer comparing notes. He was lucky to walk away from a gnarly crash that left him a little bruised and banged up. He’s ready to put that behind him and work towards round two. | James Lissimore photo

Zac Commans working his GQ pose. | James Lissimore photo

New look for the jersey tags this year. You can have your own name/number printed with the same font as the pros. | James Lissimore photo

Zac suited up and ready to go. | James Lissimore photo

Commans gets ten points for style. | James Lissimore photo

Hungry for the main. Commans dug deep and took fourth in the LCQ. | James Lissimore photo

Zac Commans takes 19th OA and is primed and ready to take it to the next level in San Diego. | James Lissimore photo

Until next week. Keep your feet off the pegs!