Anaheim 1 Supercross in Photos 2013

January 10, 2013
Frankie Garcia
Frankie Garcia
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Competing in every discipline of motorcycle racing possible, when he isn't mastering his skill of social networking, the new kid will do just about anything to throw his leg over a bike and ride it until he simply cannot hold on anymore.

Check out some of our favorite photos our photographers shot at Round 1 of the 2013 Monster Energy Supercross Series from Angel Stadium.

The Anaheim 1 track was intentionally made safe to ensure all the riders would make it to Round 2 in Poenix.
Track builders kept the A1 track fairly safe.
As usual the pits at A1 were packed.
As usual the pits at A1 were packed.
Reed was in serious mode during the press conference at Angel Stadium.
TwoTwo Motorsports Honda Owner/Rider Chad Reed rode to a solid fourth place finish in the 450 main event.
Josh Hill was putting in some serious laps Thursday on his new RCH Suzuki.
Unfortunately RCH Suzuki mounted Josh Hill was injured in practice keeping him out of the night show. were the Rockster girls.
…as were the Rockstar Energy girls…
The SPEED girls were looking good....
The SPEED Channel girls were looking good Saturday…
We caught Eli Tomac working on his fitness before the 250 main event  obviously it paid off.
We caught Eli Tomac working on his fitness before the main.
YUMMMMM! We love Muscle Milk shakes in the Honda pits.
…and you can’t forget about the Muscle Milk Honda girls.
Trey Canard took second in 450SX at the 2013 season opener at Anaheim.
We caught Canard doing a little goone riding in opening ceremonies before he went for a runner-up finish in the main.
Supercross veteran Kevin Windham is still running strong  finishing 10th at Anaheim.
The peoples champ Kevin Windham is still throwing down his signature transfers in opening ceremonies for 2013.
Davi Millsaps gets his first Supercross win since 2010 in Round 1 of the 2013 season.
Davi Milsaps scored an unexpected win in the 450 main event on his Rockstar Racing Suzuki RM-Z 450.
Eli Tomac was nearly uncatchable in the 250SX main at Anaheim.
In the end it was Eli Tomac grabbing the win the in 250 Supercross main event.