Whos Lining up in 2017 | January 5, 2017
by Dawn McClintock
Happy New Year all. The start of a new year always marks the beginning of that next crazy season of supercross. We have all been starved of our two-wheel addiction over the winter and with only one day remaining, we will have our fix and that gate will finally drop tomorrow at Anaheim 1. All the big factory deals have long been signed and theres always a mystery or two right up to the week of supercross on who will be riding, what they are riding and who is sitting on the bench with injury. It will be interesting to see some of the big name players who have been left to sort out their own program this season and it will take some getting used to, seeing some of the top pro guys who have switched over to a different bike.
Here is a quick lap at the new A1.
This year will mark FXRs best showing for supercross…ever! To date we have had a handful of privateers giving their all, round-in/round-out, but this year our list is long and jammed with talent. For all the supercross fans heading to any venues, take some time to go say hi to some of our athletes down in the pit before race time. As the list continues to grow, lets take a look at the FXR line up for supercross so far.
TEAM BWR — Kyle White — #291
Home town: Rockford, Illinois
TEAM BWR — Cade Clason — #80
Home town: Medina, Ohio
*Note: Unfortunately, Cade will miss Anaheim 1 due to an injured hand when he was competing in Germany. He just needs a bit more time to heal up and he will be back on the circuit. Heal up soon Cade!
Alex Ray — #314
Home town: Milan, Tennessee
Joe Perron — #708
Home town: Elko, Minnesota
*Note: We wont be able to see Joe in action until the series rolls into Dallas.
250 WEST CLASS
TEAM BWR — Brandon Scharer — #154
Home town: Los Angeles, California
TEAM ROCKWELL — Zac Commans — #203
Home town: Seal Beach, California
TEAM ROCKWELL — Trevor Reis — #86
Home town: Pine Valley, California
*Note: Sadly, Trevor was involved in a crash trying to avoid another downed rider and will be out for the SX season and will have to have a couple of surgeries. All the best with your recovery Trevor!
TEAM MX101 — Jess Pettis — #?
Home town: Prince George, British Columbia
*Note: Jess is still waiting on his new AMA number and will catch up with series after a few rounds.
Broc Loftus — #529
Home town: La Pine, Oregon
250 EAST CLASS
TEAM BWR — Tony Archer — #70
Home town: Waldorf, Maryland
TRIGG RACING — Henry Miller — #81
Home town: Rochester, Minnesota
TRIGG RACING — Paul Coates — #65
Home town: Zephyrhills, Florida
FCC MOTORSPORTS — Maccoy Shine — #381
Home town: Warren, Pennsylvania
FCC MOTORSPORTS — Dylan Walker — #411
Home town: Lancaster, Ohio
BLUE BUFFALO — Jerry Robin — #851
Home town: Hamel, Minnesota
Mike Fowler — #392
Home town: Beach Creek, Pennsylvania
Brett McLaud — #692
Home town: Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Nick Schnagl — #613
Home town: Stillwater, Minnesota
Matthew Weakley — #885
Home town: Atoka, Tennessee
Bodie Wood — #530
Home town: Spencer, Iowa
Geran Stapleton — #614
Home town: Melbourne, Australia