It seems like just yesterday when everyone rolled into Hangtown for the first round of the 2015 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Series. Four months later, we all find ourselves wondering where the summer went and awaiting the next time a gate drops. Take a look at a just a few of many favorites I shot this year that I came across while going through the hard drives, made into wallpapers to freshen up that desktop and reminisce the summer that has passed. There is no rhyme or reason to the shots other than them being favorites, so enjoy!
**Be sure to click each image to see the full size desktop wallpaper.
Eli Tomac | Hangtown
Forget about this guy? There are few people that win races with a gap like Tomac did at Hangtown, and it sure was something to see it in person.
Ryan Dungey | Hangtown
This huge huck was the talk of the day at Hangtown, and the only photo I shot that remotely captured how big it was. It must have felt awesome to send it!
Jason Anderson | Ironman
Corner shots are always cool to me, and I liked how this one came out.
Adam Cianciarulo | Thunder Valley
Fans love champagne, and most riders love spraying it too. Adam Cianciarulo grabbed his first outdoor podium ever in Colorado, so this was more meaningful the the Kawasaki phenom.
Moto Fans | High Point
There is nothing better than pumped up fans, and these High Point were definitely enjoying the festivities this year.
Marvin Musquin | Thunder Valley
This track was easily one of the most rutted layouts all year, and this angle of Marvin shows just a taste of what the entire place looked like.
Gared Steinke | High Point
Gared Steinke’s two stroke summer campaign started at High Point, and he has since then given two stroke lovers everywhere someone to root for outdoors. This heel clicker photo was cool to me because he was just out there having fun lap after lap.
Ken Roczen | Glen Helen
This year didn’t go as planned for the German talent, but you can always count on Ken Roczen for a good stylish photo.
Ryan Dungey | Thunder Valley
Blue skies, green grass, and Ryan Dungey charging out of a corner. What’s not to love?
Jeremy Martin | Miller Motorsports Park
Jeremy Martin put a stamp on last year’s championship with yet another one to add to the mantle. Being chosen for MXoN, I liked this image of him flying in front of our flag to get in the spirit.
Justin Barcia | Ironman
This wild child has grown into a grown up track destroyer, and Justin Barcia is one you can always count on to throw some nasty whips.
Ryan Dungey | Miller Motorsports Park
A trainer and rider bond goes far past just training. It is always great to capture a moment of pride between two accomplished individuals right after Ryan won the championship. Congrats champ!