The Toronto track was littered with rocks, some as large as softballs. That said, many riders donned chest protectors and handguards. Obviously, Jiimmy Albertson was stoked on his Alpinestars under protector.
The FMF header on Kyle Chisholm's Jeff Ward Racing Kawasaki KX450F had an extra layer of titanium welded on for added roost protection.
Butler Brothers/BTOSports.com rider Jason Thomas was sporting an extra-aggressive haircut.
Toronto marked Josh Grant's second race after returning from a shoulder injury. "It feels great to be back at the races, doing my job," said Grant, who was visibly trimmer than he was earlier in the season.
Mike Williamson keeps Ryan Villopoto's Monster Energy Kawasaki in tip top shape, but in between, he is an Instagram master! Follow him @mikejwilliamson
Dana Wiggins installed these Acerbis handguards on Jake Weimer's Kawasaki KX450F, to protect his rider from the rocky Canadian soil.
Toronto marked Marvin Musquin's last race in the Supercross class aboard his Frank Latham-tuned KTM 350SX-F. "It's been a lot of fun to race in the Supercross class with all of those guys," he said. "I think that racing during the break will help me be more aggressive in Seattle when I get back on my 250."
According to Roger DeCoster, "Musquin has much more potential in Supercross than he is showing. Sometimes, he makes his passes with authority, but other times he does not. When he learns to be aggressive all of the time, he will really be a contender, even in the Supercross class."