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2004 AMA Superbike Photo Gallery
Aaron Gobert - Daytona 2004
2004 AMA Superbike - Check out the action in this MotorcycleUSA.com photo essay
Alex Gobert will be the sole Gobert on an Erion Honda at Daytona with brother and teammate Anthony not able to make round one.
Eric Bostrom has been on the gas since turning his first wheel in practice on his Ducati Austin 999RR.
Jamie Hacking was posted the third fastest time in Superstock qualifying before a fall left him and his back pretty beat up - Daytona
'I'm No. 1' is the message Aaron Gobert is giving the fans as he circulates the track on his Superstock victory lap - Daytona
Despite leading most of the Repsol Superstock race, Yamaha's Damon Buckmaster was beat to the line by his teammate Aaron Gobert - Daytona
Eric Bostrom and Ducati Austin had a Daytona they would rather forget.
The action was awsome early-on in Superbike as E-Boz led the pack through the first lap - Daytona
Yoshimura Suzuki's Mat Mladin did not even care to race at Daytona but he still won - Daytona
Yamaha's Aaron Gobert - Fontana
Yamaha's Jamie Hacking - Fontana
Tommy Hayden is undefeated in the Superstock class at CA Speedway and will give it all he's got to keep it that way in Sunday's 17 lap race.
Mat Mladin came away with another victory that ties him with Miguel Duhamel for Winningest Rider in Superbike history.
Mladin takes a rare celabratory sip of champagne after winning the first superbike race at CA Speedway.
Austin Ducati's Eric Bostrom rode an excellent race, finishing in second place on the Michelin shod 999 - Fontana
Ducati Austin's Eric Bostrom looks good - Fontana
The curbing in this shot of Honda's Ben Bostrom is what led to his demise in Saturday's race after he hit and went down in a low side crash - Fontana
Eric Bostrom and his Parts Unlimited Austin Ducati Ducati 999R was fast all weekend. Fast enough to make it to second on the podium - Fontana
Erion Racing boss should leave Fontana a happy man as his Superbike pilot Jake Zemke is currently sitting second in the points championship.
Miguel DuHamel leads Jake Zemke during their Formula Xtreme showdown at Fontana.
Yoshimura Suzuki's Ben Spies dominated the Superstock class on his GSX-R1000 - Fontana
Chris 'Opie' Caylor on the Empire Racing Suzuki GSX-R - Infineon
KWS Suzuki's Shawn Higbee was 10th in Superbike - Infineon
Kawasaki's Tommy Hayden leaves Fonatana leading the Supersport championship - Infineon
Duhamel - Sonoma Formula Xtreme
Attack Kawasaki's Josh Hayes finished 6-7 in the two Superbike battles - Infineon
Yoshimura Suzuki's Mladin leads Erion Racing Honda's Jake Zemke (98) - Infineon
It's a tight fit through turn one at Sonoma - Mladin (1) would go on to win the Saturday race - Infineon
Duhamel (17) leads Yates, Ben Bostrom (155) and Zemke - Infineon
Honda's Miguel Duhamel (17) battles the Yoshimura Suzuki duo of Aaron Yates (20) and Mat Mladin (1) - Miguel won on Sunday - Infineon
Eric Bostrom - Barber
Honda's Ben Bostrom has not had a great year, including a 5th in race 2 - Barber
Mat Mladin - Barber
Miguel Duhamel looks good aboard the American Honda CBR1000RR - Barber
Mat Mladin and his Yoshimura Suzuki GSX-R100 are a force to be reckoned with - Barber
Mat Mladin beats Jake Zemke - Barber
Kawasaki's Roger Hayden celebrates his Pro Honda Oils Supersport victory - Barber
Does it look like Miguel Duhamel was happy to win or what? - Barber
Duhamel (17) grabs the holeshot in Formula Xtreme - Barber - Barber
Zemke steals the FX win from Miguel - Barber
Superstock winner Jamie Hacking (2) leads the field in the early stages of the race - Barber
Mladin goes outside of Zemke - Barber
Yamaha's Aaron Gobert was second in Supersport - Pikes Peak.
Jamie Hacking celebrates his third straight Superstock win - Pikes Peak.
Josh Hayes chases Zemke at Brainerd SB 2004
Mladin at Brainerd 2004
Miguel Duhamel was second in Superbike - Brainerd
Erion Honda's Jake Zemke - Brainerd
Jamie Hacking on the way to his Superstock victory - Brainerd
Attack Kawasaki's Josh Hayes was second in Superstock - Brainerd
Roger Hayden (95) beats his brother Tommy across the finish line for his first ever AMA Supersport victory - Brainerd
Zemke on the way to his 1st SB win at Brainerd
Ben Spies - Supersport - Laguna Seca
Montez Stewart - Superstock - Laguna Seca
Tommy Hayden, winner Repsol Superstock - Laguna Seca
Honda's Ben Bostrom nabbed pole position, breaking Anthony Gobert's 1999 lap record with a blazing 1:24.906 effort - Laguna Seca
Yoshimura Suzuki's Mat Mladin will start from third on the front row for the Superbike final - Laguna Seca
Sorry, but we can't get enough of UmbrellagirlsUSA.com - Laguna Seca
Jumpman23's Montez Stewart was on the gas in Superstock - Laguna Seca
Ben Bostrom on the way to victory in Formula Xtreme - Laguna Seca
Yamaha's Jason DiSalvo on the way to pole in Supersport - Laguna Seca
Jake Zemke rode the wheels off his Erion Racing Honda CBR1000RR in the first half of the Superbike final - but problems relegated him to 7th - Laguna Seca
American Honda's Ben Bostrom leaves Laguna with a lot of confidence - Laguna Seca
Mladin race 1 win Mid-Ohio 2004 SB
Aaron Yates went 3-4 at his favorite track - Mid Ohio
Jake Zemke rode his Erion Racing Honda CBR1000RR to victory in race 2 - Mid Ohio
Mat Mladin chases Ben Bostrom at Mid Ohio
Zemke goes down - Mid Ohio
Roger Lee Hayden on the way to victory in Supersport - Mid Ohio
Mat Mladin leads Eric Bostrom (32) and the rest of the field on the way to victory - Mid Ohio
Jason Disalvo celebrates his Superstock win - Mid Ohio
Aaron Yates (20) plays a little defense for teammate Mat Mladin - Mid Ohio
Yamaha's Jason Disalvo battles Ben Spies (11) in Superstock- Mid Ohio
The Repsol Superstock battle started off with a bang - Mid Ohio
Lee Acree had a season-best ninth place finish in the Pro Honda Oils Supersport race - Mid Ohio
Mat Mladin came out of the summer break at full speed, dominating qualifying and earning pole at Road Atlanta.
Miguel Duhamel celebrates his 79th career AMA victory and first ever Lockhart-Phillips Formula Xtreme championship with a little smoke for the fans at Road Atlanta.
Eric Bostrom crashed on the first lap of Staurday's superbike race, injuring his shoulder. He is out for the year - Road Atlanta
Yoshimura Suzuki's Ben Spies : Winner of the Repsol Superstock race on his GSX-R1000 - Road Atlanta
Miguel Duhamel - 2004 Lockhart Phillips Formula Xtreme Champion - Road Atlanta
Graves Motorsports Yamaha's Jason Disalvo on his R1 - Road Atlanta
Yoshimura Suzuki's Mat Mladin won both superbike races and looks like a shoe-in for his 5th championship - Road Atlanta
Honda's Miguel Duhamel had a great weekend but no Superbike win - Road Atlanta
Erion Racing Honda's Jake Zemke rode the hell out of his CBR1000RR but could not match Mladin's speed - Road Atlanta
Mat and Miguel battled all weekend - Road Atlanta
Superbike action gets underway - Road Atlanta
Yoshimura Suzuki's Mat Mladin dominated the entire weekend - Road Atlanta
Mat Mladin takes his second checkered flag in Superbike - Road Atlanta
Regis Laconi is racing at VIR only a week after losing out on the Superbike World Championship title to his teammate the week prior - VIR
Roger Lee Hayden on his Factory Kawaski ZX-6RR Supersport machine - VIR
Yamaha's Jamie Hacking came up a handfull of points shy of the Superstock title - VIR
Yoshimua Suzuki's Ben Spies in action on his Superstock-spec GSX-R1000 - VIR
Will this be the last ride with Honda for former AMA Superbike champ Ben Bostrom? - VIR
World Supersport rider Lorenzo Lanzi adds a second 999 to the Superbike field - VIR
Yoshimura Suzuki's Mat Mladin is on the verge of an amazing fifth AMA Superbike champioship - VIR
Honda's Miguel Duhamel is one of the only riders capable of beating Mladin at this point - VIR
Tommy Hayden is looking for his first AMA championship - VIR
Graves Yamaha's Jason Disalvo won the Repsol Superstock race but his teammate won the title - VIR
Mat Mladin and his Yoshimura Suzuki GSX-R1000 are a wicked combination - VIR
Yoshimura Suzuki's Aaron Yates pushes a bike harder than most people - check out his elbow if you need proof - VIR
Honda's Miguel Duhamel took both Superbike races - VIR
Aaron Yates (20) rode well this weekend - a pair of runner-up rides to Duhamel is better than his results throughout the majority of the 2004 season - VIR
Mat Mladin (1) leads his Yosh Suzuki teammate, Aaron Yates (20) and eventual race-winner Miguel Duhamel - VIR
Aaron Gobert celebrates his Repsol Superstock championship with a little burnout on his Graves Yamaha R1 - VIR
Jason DiSalvo (40) went on to win the Superstock race - VIR
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