PHOTOS: Glen Helen Motocross 2016

A look back at the Glen Helen MX

Ryan Dungey capitalized on Ken Roczen’s mechanical problem in the first moto of the FMF Glen Helen Motocross to claim his first win of the season, going 1-2 in the two motos. Meanwhile, Alex Martin claimed his first-ever AMA Pro Motocross overall win as the Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha team landed on all three steps of the podium. Here’s a look at the race through the lens of Jeff Kardas’ Canon.

Ryan Dungey, Glen Helen Motocross, 2016
Ryan Dungey is leaving California sitting just two points behind Ken Roczen in the series standings, and there is no sense that the Red Bull KTM team is in panic mode at this time. Look for Dungey to pick up the pace now that the series is moving eastward.Photos By Jeff Kardas
jason Anderson, Glen Helen Motocross, 2016
Jason Anderson survived a near crash in the second moto to land in fourth overall. The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory rider was second in moto one.Photos By Jeff Kardas
Ken Roczen, Glen Helen Motocross, 2016
Ken Roczen has won three out of four motos so far in the outdoor series and was on track to win a fourth when he lost the air out of his forks in the first moto at Glen Helen.Photos By Jeff Kardas
Justin Barcia, Glen Helen Motocross, 2016
Justin Barcia has been struggling to find the speed he had last year at this time. The rider had mechanical problems in moto one and went 37-8 for 14th.Photos By Jeff Kardas
Joey Savatgy, Glen Helen MX, 2016
Hangtown winner in the 250 class, Joey Savatgy, struggled with starts at Glen Helen and went 9-7 for seventh.Photos By Jeff Kardas
Jeremy And Alex Martin, Glen Helen Motocross, 2016
The Martin brothers, Jeremy (left) and Alex, made history by becoming the first brother duo to go 1-2 in an AMA Pro National Motocross.Photos By Jeff Kardas
Austin Forkner, Glen Helen Motocross, 2016
Austin Forkner finished on the podium for the first time with a third in the first moto.Photos By Jeff Kardas
Jeremy Martin, Glen Helen Motocross, 2016
Jeremy Martin (1) gets a great jump off the line in the second 250 moto.Photos By Jeff Kardas
Alex Martin, Glen Helen Motocross, 2016
Alex Martin passed Jessy Nelson late in the second moto to claim his first national win.Photos By Jeff Kardas
Tristan Charboneau, Glen Helen Motocross, 2016
Tristan Charboneau grabbed the holeshot to start the first 250 moto. The GEICO Honda rider has been spot on with his starts so far.Photos By Jeff Kardas