With the 2014 Monster Energy Supercross Series returning to the Motor City the crowds came out in droves to see their favourite riders.
Just like the track at the old Pontiac SX, this years Detroit SX featured a section that went up into the stands. We hope they continue to do this whenever possible in the future.
Unlike alot of professional sports, in Supercross fans are aloud to get very close to their heroes.
One of the best parts of Supercross is the opening ceremonies. We just wish all the riders would wear helmets.
A Supercross start doesn’t give the riders alot of room. Here Dean Wilson, Cole Seely and Justin Barcia fight for position.
Dean Wilson continued his fast qualifying in Detroit, one of these weeks Deano will put it all together for 20 laps in the main event.
After going up and into the stands, the riders in Detroit headed straight into a tough section of jumps. Here Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki rider Martin Davalos leads the way.
Ryan Villopoto is doing everything he can to win his fourth Supercross championship in a row. In Detroit he rode to a safe second place behind James Stewart.
After a great heat race, Cole Thompson once again had some bad luck in the main event that kept him out of the top ten. Look for Cole to let it all hang out this weekend in Toronto.
Although everyone misses the sound of two strokes, nothing can match the sound of 22 450’s blasting off the starting line.
Adam Cianciarulo is having quite a rookie supercross season. After another great ride, Adam extended his points lead heading into round 12 this weekend in Toronto.
When James Stewart is on, he’s pretty tough to beat. In Detroit he grabbed the early lead and never looked.
The 450 podium looked pretty good in Detroit.