February 20, 2021
Photos by: BrownDogWilson
Round 8 of the Monster Energy Supercross Series was also the start of West Coast 250 Supercross in Orlando, Florida. A very stacked field hit the track in Orlando for the 250 class and it was the Club MX rider of Garrett Marchbanks to come away with the Podium with a 3rd place finish on the night. The Daytona winner of 2020 came out with something prove in 2021 and did just that in the opening round! FXR had another 2 riders in the top 10 of the 250 main with Chris Blose finishing 7th and Jace Owen in 10th. Coty Schock finished his best ever supercross in 12th and Joey Crown came away with a 13th. In the 450 class Kyle Chisholm rode a solid main main event finishing 20th in the main event. A great night of racing for round 8 and a great showing of the 2021.5 Revo Limited Edition gear on the top teams and riders. The series continues for round 9 in Daytona, Florida on March 6th, 2021.
Garrett Marchbanks in the LE Revo Flow gear.
Marchbanks rode great and finished on the box in 3rd!
Podium for Marchbanks and FXR!
Chris Blose had a solid day in Orlando.
Chris Blose wearing the FXR/6D ATR-2.
Chris Blose 7th in the 250 main.
Jace Owen had a great ride in Orlando taking home 10th on the night.
Jace Owen - Revo Flow LE gear.
Joey Crown grabbed 13th in the 250 main event.
Now that is a good looking bike!
Coty Schock had one of the best rides of his career resulting in a 12th in the 250 main.
All about the details in the FXR/Chaparral Honda pits!
Carson Mumford's rookie SX debut was in Orlando.
Mumford had some bad luck on the day but look for him to bounce back quick!
Nique Thury is the 4th rider on the Club MX Yamaha team.
Kyle Chisholm has been getting some good starts!
Chisholm had a good 450 main finishing 20th.
Freddie Noren made the new Revo LE gear look great.
Freddie Noren in Orlando.
Freddie just missed the main at round 8.
Derek Kelley of the AJE Gas Gas Team.
Tristan Lane had a rough race breaking his shoulder.
Richard Taylor made the journey from California to race in Orlando.
Hunter Sayles switched to the 450 class to get some seat time while his 250 coast is on a break.
Cheyenne Harmon had a nasty crash and ended up hitting his head pretty good.
Logan Karnow also switched to the 450 class at round 8.
Camping World Stadium in Orlando.
The taste of success!
See everyone in Daytona for round 9.