Atlanta Supercross Photo Gallery

Shan Moore was on hand to capture Wil Hahn’s first-ever 250 SX win, and James Stewart’s first win of the year at the Atlanta Supercross.

Trey Canard roosts out of a turn on his way to third in Atlanta. Photo By Shan Moore
Martin Davalos, here leading Justin Bogle, led most of the 250 race but settled for fourth in the end. Photo By Shan Moore
Ryan Dungey has a 25-point lead in the 450 standings after finishing second. Photo By Shan Moore
Jeremy Martin came from behind to win the 250 main. Photo By Shan Moore
Davi Millsaps had an off night and finished 12th. Photo By Shan Moore
Marvin Musquin was in the hunt all night in the 250 class and eventually finished second. Photo By Shan Moore
Phil Nicoletti got off to a great start, running second on the opening lap. Photo By Shan Moore
Weston Peick ran second to Chad Reed during the early going. Photo By Shan Moore
Ironman Weston Peick is still suffering the effects of a broken foot and a torn MCL. Photo By Shan Moore
Chad Reed led every lap of the main event to claim his first win of the year. Photo By Shan Moore
Reed became the fifth winner this season in the 450 class. Photo By Shan Moore
Reed and Canard battle during the heat race. Photo By Shan Moore
Ken Roczen suffered a bad start and then crashed on the fourth lap and finished 18th. Photo By Shan Moore
Roczen now sits 31 points behind Dungey in the standings. Photo By Shan Moore
Cole Seely had his best finish of the season with a fourth. Photo By Shan Moore
Reed, Canard and Roczen during the second heat race. Photo By Shan Moore
Eli Tomac was fast but continues to struggle with crashes. Photo By Shan Moore
Andrew Short’s new digs.
Ryan Dungey had a bad day. Here he gets things setup before practice.
Kyle Chisholm rode for the injured Josh Grant on the JGRMX team. Here he talks with team owner Coy Gibbs.
Zack Bell is gonna be a fun one to watch!
Josh Hill gets some TV time.
Lee McCollum gets everything just right on James Stewart’s bike.
Michael Waddell, a.k.a. the Bone Collector, and star of the Bone Collector TV show, was on hand at the Atlanta race and in Ryan Villopoto’s corner.
Villopoto gained two points on Davi Millsaps in the title chase with his runner-up finish.
Davi Millsaps still holds the red number plate heading into St. Louis next week.
Dean Wilson leads the 250 series standings.
Blake Wharton strikes a pose during the track walk.