2016 Supercross season opens in Anaheim

The 2016 Monster Energy AMA Supercross season opens January 9th with the first of two rounds scheduled for Angel Field in Anaheim California. I am ready to kick back on the couch with my wife and son to watch another season of intense racing action. It’s a long hard ride from Anaheim to Las Vegas. Any week, any rider could be out for the season. It’s any man’s crown till the final round.

Team Geico-Honda Supercross Rider Justin Bogle
Justin Bogle
Team Geico-Honda
Number 19 Justin Bogle moves up for his first season in the 450 class. Bogle has been riding the 250 class with the Geico-Honda Team since 2011. I think he’s ready to make the move. I’m curious to see how he does in Anaheim-1.

Adam Cianciarulo sitting on his bike with the supercross track in the background.
Adam Cianciarulo
Monster-Energy Kawasaki
Number 44 Adam Cianciarulo rides again with the Monster-Energy Pro-Circuit Kawasaki Team on a KX250F in the 250 West Class. I like watching Adam. Looking forward to seeing him in action in Anaheim.
Veteran riders Will Hahn returns and Eli Tomac joins the Monster Energy Kawasaki Team in the 450 class for the 2016 season.

James Stewart powers out of a turn in Oakland Supercross action from 2012.
James Stewart
Team Yoshimura Suzuki
James Stewart is back. Stewart is a Veteran Member of the 450SX Class. He has a long list of accolades. Stewart is back with Team Yoshimura Suzuki for the 2016 Supercross season. I think Bubba is done. I have been a James Stewart fan for most of his pro career. He has experience. In trade, he’s coming off of an ankle injury and a year off for suspension. I wish him the best of luck. I would love to see him on the podium in Vegas in May but I don’t see it happening.

I’ve been waiting for Supercross season to start since May.

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Monster Energy® Kawasaki Announces 2016 Racing Team

Bogle Steps up to the 450 Class

Stewart says he’s ready to ride in 2016