PHOTOS: Atlanta Supercross 2016

A look at the Atlanta Supercross from photographer Rich Shepherd’s perspective.

A look at the Atlanta Supercross from photographer Rich Shepherd’s perspective.

Eli Tomac, Atlanta Supercross 2016
Eli Tomac
Eli Tomac prepares to enter the stadium during opening ceremonies. The Monster Energy Kawasaki rider had another off weekend, this time finishing just outside of the top 10 in 11th.Photo By Rich Shepherd
Marvin Musquin, Atlanta Supercross
Marvin Musquin
Marvin Musquin had his best race to day, leading 19 of the 20-lap main and finishing second behind Red Bull KTM teammate Ryan Dungey.Photo By Rich Shepherd
Ryan Dungey, Atlanta Supercross
Ryan Dungey
Ryan Dungey claimed his fifth win of the series and holds a 33-point lead in the standings at the halfway mark of the season.Photo By Rich Shepherd
Chad Reed, Atlanta Supercross
Chad Reed
Chad Reed still has the juice at 33. The Monster Energy/360fly/Chaparral/Yamaha Factory Racing-backed Reed grabbed his third podium of the season in Atlanta.Photo By Rich Shepherd
Marvin Musquin, James Stewart and Ryan Dungey, Atlanta Supercross 2016
Marvin Musquin, James Stewart and Ryan Dungey
The pivotal moment in the main event. Marvin Musquin (25) heads off track as James Stewart (7) looks on and Ryan Dungey (1) avoids the mess and heads to the win.Photo By Rich Shepherd
Christophe Pourcel, Arlington Supercross 2016
Christophe Pourcel
Christophe Pourcel was fastest in qualifying and finished ninth in the 450 main.Photo By Rich Shepherd
Justin Brayton, Atlanta Supercross 2016
Justin Brayton
Justin Brayton won the holeshot at the start of the main and ran fourth late in the race before getting passed by his BTO Sports/WPS KTM's teammate Davi Millsaps.Photo By Rich Shepherd
Ken Roczen, Arlington Supercross 2016
Ken Roczen
Ken Roczen recovered from a bad start to finish sixth. The RCH Soaring Eagle/Jimmy Johns/Suzuki Factory Racing rider sits second in the standings despite the finish.Photo By Rich Shepherd
Martin Davalos, Atlanta Supercross
Martin Davalos
Martin Davalos drew first blood in the East Regional 250SX division, taking flag to flag win in the main event over Malcolm Stewart.Photo By Rich Shepherd
Malcolm Stewart, Atlanta Supercross
Malcolm Stewart
GEICO Honda’s Malcolm Stewart T-boned Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/KTM's Shane McElrath in the main but held on for second.Photo By Rich Shepherd