MOVING MARV Marvin Musquin jumped on a 350 for the MEC just to get his feet wet. The 24-year-old former world champion will return to the 250s for facto- ry KTM next year in search of his first U.S. title.
ROUGH ROAD Taddy Blazusiak has had a very trying 2013 EnduroCross season, making little mistakes at crucial times and just not dominating like we are used to seeing Taddy do. ON FIRE Cody Webb has been on the rampage after returning from a foot injury suffered earlier this year right after filming “The Office” video with us. Webb now has a win streak going and looks to finish the season off strong.
NEW LEVEL The competition in the EnduroCross series has elevated to an entirely new level this year, producing a couple first-time winners in 2013 and loads of exciting racing action.
OLD-TIMER Mike Brown seems to get faster with age. Being the oldest rider on the EnduroCross cir- cuit doesn’t keep him from winning races, though. Brown is looking to add an EnduroCross championship to his already- impressive resume. THE TEACHER Destry Abbott has gone from off-road legend to teacher with his new D8 Training. Abbott’s son Cooper is a fixture by his side at all the EnduroCross events. For more info on D8 Training, go to www.d8training.com.
DOUBLE BARREL The best in the Supercross world coming at you like they are shot out of a double-barrel shotgun. This picture doesn’t do it justice!
SEVEN The entire Troy Lee Designs team ran the new Seven gear at MEC in support of company CEO James Stewart. Little brother is bigger than big brother.
Photos by Ian Reid