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Photo Album From Red Bud Presented By Canadian Kawasaki Motors Inc

Last weekend the world watched with unbridled excitement as the top riders on the planet gathered at Red Bud for the Monster Energy MXON. With Covid-19 restrictions affecting this event for the past two years, it was great to finally have the MXON back in North America and taking place at arguably the most famous track on the planet. Heading into the weekend Team Canada was looking good with Dylan Wright, Tyler Medaglia, and Ryder McNabb all ready to go. All three riders had incredible summers in the Triple Crown Series and they were looking forward to competing against the world’s best riders. Unfortunately, the weekend didn’t go as planned for our boys, and other than Wright’s 10th in the final moto of the day on Sunday, we didn’t have a finish inside the top 20. Despite the bad luck Team Canada suffered on Sunday they gave it everything they had and in the end, they made all of us proud. Thanks to the MXGP photographers we get a great look at some of their racing shots as well as a few cool behind-the-scenes photos.

There was a lot of fans at Red Bud and they were excited to see the home team win.

The pro paddock looked clean and tidy from the air.

With a lot of fans came a lot of cars at Red Bud.

It was great to see Eli Tomac have such a solid day at Red Bud.

Sadly Team New Zealand with Josiah Natzke riding a 450 failed to make the A Main in 2022.

The Stars and Stripes were everywhere at Red Bud!

Team Mexico came ready to go this year with Felix Lopez on the team.

With this being such a massive event Monster Energy brought out a good group of their athletes.

There were a lot of displays for everyone to see including all of the new 100% goggles.

It was great to see a large Canadian company like FXR Racing on hand at Red Bud.

FXR Racing not only has moto gear but they also have some sweet looking casual wear.

Oakley Goggles also had a solid display at Red Bud.

Everyone wanted to get a close look at Team Australia’s bikes.

The stars came out for the 2022 MXON at Red Bud!

Fan access to the top riders was tough but possible at Red Bud.

All of the team’s custom painted helmets were pretty cool.

Tech 10’s anyone!

The Alpinestars hospitality area was well set-up and looked great.

It was great to see motocross front and center in America.

Sadly the blue skies and sunshine didn’t last all weekend.

The wash bays at Red Bud were next level.

Watching some of the riders jump Larocco’s Leap was truly impressive on Sunday.

Chase Sexton was impressive on Sunday and kept his cool in both motos.

With the weather conditions and challenging track starts were obviously important.

It didn’t take long for the riders to separate themselves out of the gate.

Jett Lawrence put on quite a show on Sunday and ended up winning his class.

Dylan Ferrandis was fast all weekend long and if it wasn’t for a crash he would’ve won the final moto.

The trophies that every team wanted but only one could win.

Congratulations to Team USA!

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