PHOTOS: Toronto Supercross 2016

The Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series went to Canada where Ken Roczen and Justin Hill came away with big wins. Photographer Rich Shepherd made the trip and brought back these amazing images.

For Ken Roczen and Justin Hill, the trip to the great white north paid big dividends as the two title contenders came away with maximum points. Here’s a look at the Toronto Supercross through the lens of Rich Shepherd’s camera.

Ken Roczen, Toronto Supercross 2016
Ken Roczen passed Ryan Dungey and Eli Tomac to take the lead in the main event. From there, the RCH Soaring Eagle/Jimmy John's/Suzuki Factory Racing-backed rider never looked back.Photos By Rich Shepherd
Justin Hill, Toronto Supercross 2016
Justin Hill grabbed his first win of the season in the Eastern Regional 250SX division. The Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/KTM rider now sits second in the series standings, two points out of the lead.Photos By Rich Shepherd
Malcolm Stewart, Toronto Supercross 2016
Malcolm Stewart (50) gets sideways off the line in the main event, which started a chain of events that eventually took down Stewart, Jeremy Martin, RJ Hampshire and a host of others.Photos By Rich Shepherd
RJ Hampshire, Toronto Supercross 2016
RJ Hampshire suffered a flat tire in the first turn crash and had to come into the mechanic’s area to change out rear wheels.Photos By Rich Shepherd
Justin Hill, Toronto Supercross 2016
Justin Hill gets the checkers at the end of the 250 main event.Photos By Rich Shepherd
Eli Tomac, Toronto Supercross 2016
Eli Tomac took the lead just after the start of the 450 main event, but went backwards from there, eventually finishing fifth.Photos By Rich Shepherd
Ryan Dungey, Toronto Supercross 2016
Ryan Dungey left Toronto with his 26th consecutive podium finish in 2016.Photos By Rich Shepherd
Aaron Plessinger, Toronto Supercross 2016
Aaron Plessinger was another victim of the first turn crash in the 250 main. The Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha rider finished the race in 12th.Photos By Rich Shepherd
Matt Bisceglia, Toronto Supercross 2016
MAD Racing/Dirt Candy Graphics/Suzuki’s Matt Bisceglia capitalized on a great start to grab a podium finish in Toronto.Photos By Rich Shepherd
Marvin Musquin, Toronto Supercross 2016

Marvin Musquin, Toronto Supercross 2016

Marvin Musquin took advantage of a slip by his Red Bull KTM teammate Ryan Dungey to take second in the 450 main.Photos By Rich Shepherd