MX2 World Champion Ken Roczen showed up at Pala to contest the Moto A Go Go team race with his mechanic Kelly Lumgair. The KTM Red Bull rider had never done a "hand-on-the-helmet" start before ADITD.
Roczen's bike carried his new number 70, but his mechanic's machine wore K-Roc's more familiar number 94.
During the Moto-A-GoGo Team GP, Ken Roczen's KTM suffered a mechanical issue. Rather than throw in the towel and watch from the sidelines, he ran back to the hand off area so that his teammate, Kelly Lamgair, could continue. Photo by Cole King
Former World and National Champion Grant Langston showed up and turned in some speedy laps aboard his Langston Motorsports KTM 350SX-F. Obviously, the racer-turned-team manager still knows how to get it done on a dirt bike! Photo by Cole King
One of the coolest things about the ADITD course are the numerous obstacles that you must conquer on the track. This year's event featured three tunnels that were extra tricky to get through. Although the Red Bull arch didn't require any special technique to race under, it gave the track a more prestigious feel.
Rockstar Valli Star Racing rider Ryan Sipes showed up aboard a Yamaha YZ250 two-stroke and drew loud cheers from the crowd, all around the course.
Jimmy Albertson debuted his new BBMX/BtoSports.com Suzuki RM-Z450 ride at A Day in the Dirt. Albee looked extra stylish, thanks to his custom number set up. Without a doubt, he was the fastest electrical-tape rider of the weekend!
Speaking of Jimmy Albertson, he teamed up with David Pingree to sweep the Moto Pro class in the Moto A Go Go team race. Making this even more impressive is the fact that Jimmy fell in the first turn at the start of his race. Hey, did you know that Ping's DVD, MOTOCROSS 101 is on sale for the holidays? Check out motocross101.com
Yeah, lots to look at in the pits...
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