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In between races, we took some time to browse our hard drives and look at photos taken throughout the year. We'll highlight each shot in a daily post, with the image sized to fit your computer screen or smartphone and described with a small backstory…
A Southern California native, Honda HRC’s Cole Seely has for the first time in his career relocated to the hot and humid climate of Clermont, Florida, for the summer to train and ride in the conditions that he and the rest of the field have to compete in on the weekends in the Lucas Oil Motocross Nationals. Along with Adam Cianciarulo, Christian Craig, Chase Sexton, Jeremy Martin and Ken Roczen (when he’s well), Seely trains at The Nest, a facility originally built by former 125 and 250 National Champion Grant Langston in the early 2000s.
“Being in Florida for training is just more convenient,” said Seely. “There are plenty of tracks in California, but they never get rough enough or develop good lines because they are all public. Training at the nest with a high caliber or riders keeps you accountable, not to mention the benefits of training in the heat and humidity.”
We paid a visit to Seely last week to work on a GoPro project, and watching him ride and interact with Cianciarulo, Craig and Sexton was entertaining, to say the least.
Photographer | Donn Maeda
Camera | Canon EOS1D-X
Lens | Canon 70-200 f2.8 Ultrasonic
Shutter Speed | 1/1600th
Aperture | f5.6
ISO | 200