Props to Quinn Cody, head safety
officer of the Caselli Foundation, on
making sure the course was safe and
marked properly for race participants.
Ryan Dungey’s podium percentage
is incredibly high, but he only won
one Monster Energy Supercross in
2014—kinda hard to believe.
DOWN TO THE WIRE
Jason Anderson just wants to win
more than anyone else—that shows
his never-give-up riding attitude,
and it helped him win the 2014 West
Coast 250-class championship.
Ryan Villopoto has won four straight premier-class Supercross champion-
ships and is contracted for one more year with Kawasaki. Can he make it five?
Only time will tell.
BACK ON TOP
Ivan Ramirez came out like a man
possessed in Jericho, dominating the
race from start to finish.
Nick Burson leads in points with
six rounds completed in the series for
Photos by Tyler Johnson
Justin Bogle rode smart and consistent the entire East Coast series,
and when the entire Pro Circuit
Kawasaki team went out with injuries,
he walked away with the 2014 title.
Ken Roczen’s rookie 450 season
was a huge success. He came out
swinging, winning races, and rode
more like a veteran than a rookie.
Can’t wait to see him outdoors.