Shan’s Fav 2016 Supercross Images | PHOTOS

Shan Moore's favorite Supercross photos of 2016

Now that we’ve hit a lag in the racing schedules, we thought it a good time to throw up a “best of” photo gallery from some of the races we attended this year. Photographer Shan Moore put together his favorite shots from the 2016 Supercross Series, which should be enough to get you amped up about the upcoming 2017 season.

Justin Barcia, Supercross 2016
Justin Barcia (51) looks for a little elbow room as he comes off the line between Jake Weimer (12) and Ken Roczen at the 2016 SX series opener in Anaheim.Photo By Shan Moore
Eli Tomac, Supercross 2016
Eli Tomac finished off the year with his first-ever Monster Energy Cup win, plus a pair of impressive wins at the final two FIM MXGPs of the season. It won't be long until we know if the Colorado native can carry this momentum into the 2017 SX series.Photo By Shan Moore
Cooper Webb, Supercross 2016
Cooper Webb was impressive in 2016, winning the West Regional 250 SX title and the 250 outdoor Motocross title. In 2017, Webb will be moving on to the 450 class on a factory Yamaha.Photo By Shan Moore
Cole Seely, Supercross 2016
Factory Honda rider Cole Seely had three podiums during the 2016 SX season, and should be challenging for the podium again on a consistent basis in 2017.Photo By Shan Moore
Ken Roczen, Supercross 2016
After dominating the outdoor series, Ken Roczen left RCH Suzuki for a factory Honda ride and he looked very comfortable on the new bike at the Monster Energy Cup.Photo By Shan Moore
Weston Peick, Supercross 2016
An up and down Supercross season left Weston Peick in 13th position after the final race. There was some speculation about where Peick would land for 2017, but it has been announced that he was stay put with JGRMX as the team moves from Yamaha to Suzuki.Photo By Shan Moore
Zach Osborne, Supercross 2016
Zach Osborne takes flight with a couple of San Diego high rises in the background. The 2017 series returns to Petco Park for the second round of the season on January 14.Photo By Shan Moore
Marvin Musquin, Supercross 2016
Marvin Musquin finished off the year with a win over Red Bull KTM teammate Ryan Dungey at the Red Bull Straight Rhythm.Photo By Shan Moore
Ryan Dungey, Supercross 2016
Ryan Dungey and Ken Roczen go head to head at A1. Dungey topped Roczen for this year's SX title, but Roczen was dominant in the outdoor series. It will be interesting to see how the two riders stack up at this year's A1.Photo By Shan Moore
Trey Canard, Supercross 2016
Trey Canard said farewell to a long career with Honda and signed with KTM for 2017. Canard hopes the change in scenery will work in his favor.Photo By Shan Moore
Justin Brayton, Supercross 2016
Justin Brayton and Dean Wilson fly in formation at Anaheim II.Photo By Shan Moore
Justin Barcia, Supercross 2016
Justin Barcia leads a heat race at the series opener at A1.Photo By Shan Moore
Jason Anderson, Supercross 2016
Jason Anderson (21) missed the final few rounds of the outdoor series due to injury and actually rode the Motocross of Nations in spite of the injury. The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory rider is expected to be a steady podium guy in 2017.Photo By Shan Moore
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