Thunder Valley Motocross 2017 | PHOTOS

Blake Baggett scores his first 450 overall at Round 3 of the 2017 Pro Motocross Series at Thunder Valley MX.

450

Thunder Valley MX 2017
Weston Peick soldiered in for a 12th overall.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
Honda Factory Star from Japan Toshiki Tomita finished up with 22 overall.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
Martin Davalos pulled the second moto holeshot only to go down on the second lap and gave away any chance for a podium.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
Jason Anderson rode great and it paid off with a podium spot in both heats, but he skipped the first podium in exchange for some medical relief due to altitude sickness.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
Justin Bogle and Jason Anderson duke it out. Bogle would go onto win the heat.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
Dean Wilson didn’t look like his usual self in Colorado but was still able to pull off a 7th overall.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
We are still waiting for the real Justin Barcia to show up and crack the top 5.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
Marvin Musquin loves the deep and rutted tracks, and it showed for a 2nd overall.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
Blake Baggett takes the checkers for his first overall.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
Dean Wilson laying it flat for the crowd!Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
Davalos holeshot.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson

250

Thunder Valley MX 2017
Austin Forkner up in the clouds.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
Kyle Cunningham charging some deep ruts.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
When Aaron Plessinger dumped it, he handed the lead over to Joey Savatgy who took advantage of it and got the win.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
Justin Hill said he is feeling a lot better with his outdoor setup and is ready to fight for the lead.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
TLD backed Alex Martin rode a flawless heat race one and walked away with it.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
With scores of 5-37, Adam Cianciarulo was not able to make his boss Mitch Payton real happy.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
250 start from the manager tower.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
Jeremy Martin was able to join his brother on the podium at Thunder Valley.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
Zach Osborne trying to navigate his Husky through some seriously deep ruts.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
We bet Jimmy Decotis wishes he was just a little taller once in awhile.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
Bradley Taft launches the big table up on top of the hill.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
Alex Martin giving his fans some champagne love.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson
Thunder Valley MX 2017
Justin Bogle.Photo by Brown Dog Wilson