King of the Motos 2017 | PHOTOS

These photos will take you to King of the Motos 2017 to witness the some of the best riders in the world do battle with each other and the course itself.

Hosted in conjunction with Ultra4 racing’s King of the Hammers, the King of the Motos is held in the barren deserts and rocky hillsides of Johnson Valley OHV area. Rockstar Energy/Husquvarna’s Colton Haaker took the win, followed by Beta’s Max Gerston and privateer Mitch Carvolth. Widely regarded as one of the toughest races in the United States, these pictures will take you there to witness the some of the best riders in the world do battle with each other and the course itself.

Cody Webb, King of the Motos 2017
Cody Webb wheelies over the top of the gnarly hill that was the beginning of moto two.DTanke Images
Max Gerston, King of the Motos 2017
Max Gerston showing us how a cowboy dabs.DTanke Images
Night Race, King of the Motos 2017
The night race start turned into a dark, dusty, radiator-steam filled bottleneck, at least for those in the middle and back of the pack.DTanke Images
Trystan Hart, King of the Motos 2017
Canadian Trystan Hart (928), leading the charge in the start of moto three.DTanke Images
King of the Motos 2017
King of the Motos, from a rider’s perspective.DTanke Images
Noah Kepple, King of the Motos 2017
Noah Kepple leans forward and focuses through one of the many rock gardens.DTanke Images
Cody Webb, King of the Motos 2017
Cody Webb celebrates his victory, before promoters realized that he inadvertently missed the final checkpoint, pushing him back to 7th overall.DTanke Images
King of the Motos 2017
Sometimes, stopping to take a few seconds to evaluate your options is the smartest decision a rider can make.DTanke Images
Colton Haaker, King of the Motos 2017
Colton Haaker, the 2017 King of the MotosDTanke Images
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