Utah Motocross 2014 Photo Gallery

The Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross National Series finale in Tooele, Utah was a crazy one with lots going on. Ken Roczen wrapped up the 450 title, Trey Canard grabbed his first overall outdoor win of his career, and Jeremy Martin tromped the 250 class. And photographer Shan Moore was on hand to capture all the exciting action.

Ken Roczen went 3-4 for fourth overall, which was more then enough to secure the 450 championship title. Photo By Shan Moore
Trey Canard leads Roczen early in moto one. Canard went on to sweep both 450 motos for his first outdoor overall win. Photo By Shan Moore
Ryan Dungey had a mathematical chance at winning the title, but a lot had to happen for that scenario to work out. It didn’t and the Red Bull KTM rider went 2-2 for second overall and second in the series standings. Photo By Shan Moore
Grant finished fifth in the first moto, despite popping his shoulder out of socket. The JGR Yamaha rider didn’t go to the line for moto two. Photo By Shan Moore
Ryan Dungey airs it out on one of the many jumps. For a “road race” facility, Miller Motorsports Park had some extremely picturesque scenery. Photo By Shan Moore
Trey Canard finished out the season with four moto wins in the last six motos. Photo By Shan Moore
BTO Sports KTM’s Matt Goerke rails a Utah berm. Photo By Shan Moore
Eli Tomac complete an impressive rookie season with third overall in Salt Lake and fifth overall in the standings despite missing several round due to injury. Photo By Shan Moore
Jeremy Martin proved why he deserves to where the number one plate in 2015 by romping the field in Utah. Photo By Shan Moore