PHOTOS: Las Vegas Supercross 2016

Imagery from this weekend’s 2016 Supercross finale in Las Vegas.

Ryan Dungey put a bow on the 2016 season with a big win at a muddy season finale in Las Vegas. In the 250SX East/West Shootout, Joey Savatgy came away the winner, but it was Cooper Webb and Malcolm Stewart who brought home the titles.

Ryan Dungey, Las Vegas Supercross 2016
Ryan Dungey (1) continued his run of solid starts, something that has put the Red Bull KTM rider in contention at just about every race this year.Photos By Rich Shepherd
Justin Bogle, Las Vegas Supercross 2016
GEICO Honda’s Justin Bogle got the first 450SX heat race win of his career in Vegas.Photos By Rich Shepherd
Marvin Musquin, Las Vegas Supercross 2016
Marvin Musquin collided with another rider after landing off a double, causing him to crash hard. The Red Bull KTM rider pulled into the pits and was credited with 21st.Photos By Rich Shepherd
Blake Baggett, Las Vegas Supercross 2016
Yoshimura Suzuki’s Blake Baggett was feeling it in the mud and came away with a fifth.Photos By Rich Shepherd
Justin Barcia, Las Vegas Supercross 2016
Justin Barcia has struggled to get back up to speed after missing most of the season with an injury. In Las Vegas, the N-FAB/ Yamaha rider finished 10th.Photos By Rich Shepherd
Chad Reed, Las Vegas Supercross 2016
Chad Reed passed Blake Baggett on the final lap to finish fourth.Photos By Rich Shepherd
Zach Osborne, Las Vegas Supercross 2016
Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Zach Osborne turned in one of his best performances of the season with a second in the 250SX East/West Shootout.Photos By Rich Shepherd
Malcolm Stewart, Las Vegas Supercross 2016
Malcolm Stewart says relatively clean during a heat race win.Photos By Rich Shepherd
Aaron Plessinger, Las Vegas Supercross 2016
Aaron Plessinger suffered a crash early in the 250 main but clawed his way back to fourth at the finish.Photos By Rich Shepherd
Shane McElrath, Las Vegas Supercross 2016
Troy Lee Designs Red Bull KTM’s Shane McElrath got mixed up in the first turn melee and could only muster a 17th place finish.Photos By Rich Shepherd