2023 Alpinestars Dirt Bike Gear Launch Photo Gallery

Pro supercross and motocross riders shred Perris Raceway.

Shortly after the 2022 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross series concluded, Alpinestars hosted its 2023 dirt bike gear introduction at Perris Raceway for an afternoon and evening of checking out the new kits, riding, visiting with industry members, and a delicious taco truck dinner. Several of the Italian brand’s athletes joined in the festivities as well, including Eli Tomac, Jett Lawrence, Chase Sexton, Jason Anderson, and Hunter Lawrence.

The event also provided a glimpse into the future as we saw Tomac riding the all-new 2023 Yamaha YZ450F and Jett Lawrence ripping a factory Honda CRF450R. Check out the photos below of the recently crowned outdoor champs and other top pro supercross and motocross racers in the new gear.

Eli Tomac reflects on a successful year, having won the 2022 Monster Energy AMA Supercross 450SX Class and 2022 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross 450MX Class championships.Mason Owens
Tomac used Alpinestars’ MX23 intro as an opportunity to test the all-new 2023 Yamaha YZ450F, and show off his number plate for next year.Mason Owens
Aside from a ProTaper handlebar, Braking front rotor, Vortex rear sprocket, and GYTR ignition cover, Tomac’s bike was mostly stock.Mason Owens
The Colorado native has stated this year was his last racing outdoors, but he will return to defend his AMA Supercross title in 2023 with the Monster Energy/Yamaha/Star Racing team.Mason Owens
It’s not often you see a racer of Tomac’s caliber riding with stock suspension components and an OEM exhaust system.Mason Owens
The white number plate backgrounds and black numbers are legit. Jett Lawrence was indeed riding a factory Honda CRF450R.Mason Owens
In achieving his second consecutive Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross 250MX Class title this year, the younger Lawrence brother will move up to the 450 class for outdoors next summer.Mason Owens
Jason Anderson chats with his crew chief, Theo Lockwood. Testing never stops.Mason Owens
With Kawasaki’s flagship motocrosser being mechanically unchanged for 2023, the New Mexico native will race a similar platform in the upcoming season. We have to imagine he’s pleased about that considering he won seven supercross main events and an overall at Budds Creek in his first year on the bike.Mason Owens
The Monster Energy Kawasaki rider moved some dirt around while ripping laps.Mason Owens
Chase Sexton fell short of capturing the 450 outdoor title just days prior, but put up a valiant effort to the very end.Mason Owens
Team Honda HRC’s Hunter Lawrence normally wears Alpinestars’ top-of-the-line Tech 10 boots, but was sampling the Italian brand’s Tech 7s at the intro.Mason Owens