Rockstar-Husqvarna-Dragon Take On Anaheim 1

The 2017 Supercross season is officially underway with the conclusion of Anaheim 1, the championship series’s first race. All the hype of the off-season melted away to make way for some good old fashioned motorcross action.

On the Lites side of things, veteran Martin Davalos has switched over to the West Coast circuit and got off to a great start with a 3rd place finish. “I haven’t raced West Coast in a long time,” Davalos told Full Noise. “I struggled a little bit today. We made a lot of changes throughout the day. I tried to get a good start and do my best, but the guys out front were better than me today. I need to do my homework this week and take it one race at a time.” Despite the criticism on himself, Davalos is undoubtedly happy with a podium finish at the first race of the season.

On the big bikes, Jason Anderson raced great throughout the day, but ended up mid-pack at the start of the main event. He battled back to a more-than-respectable 4th place, earning valuable points as he makes a run at the 2017 plate. “I struggled with setup earlier in the day but we made some changes and I was able to come through the pack to get fourth,” explained Anderson. “All-in-all, it wasn’t too bad.”

Next on the docket is San Diego at PetCo Park, as the 17-race series continues this coming weekend. Rockstar-Husqvarna-Dragon rider Zach Osborne will be racing the East Coast circuit this season with Davalos on the West.

Rockstar Husqvarna ready to tackle the 2017 Supercross Season

Our friends at Rockstar just released the 2017 factory Supercross team video. The first of the 17-stop Supercross series kicks off at Anaheim on January 7th, 2017. Dragon supports these world class team riders in their quest for the championship plates at the end of the long season.

The 2017 Rockstar Husqvarna SX Team is Jason Anderson, Martin Davalos, Zach Osborne and Christophe Pourcel.

Bryan Iguchi’s ASymbol Art Show Opens in Jackson

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Legendary snowboarder Bryan Iguchi has an artistic side. Seen in his riding, his X Games Real Snow segment, and ever-so-apparent in his pro model goggle. But he’d never done a proper art gallery showing, something he rectified recently. With the help of ASymbol in his native Jackson Hole, WY, Bryan has a galley opening–filled with industry and local luminaries–to celebrate Bryan’s art. For more on the opening and Bryan’s show, check out this piece done by Snowboard Mag.

Photos by Owen Ringwall, courtesy of Snowboard Mag.

Kaya Turski takes 3rd at Winter Dew Tour

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The start to the North American competition season is unofficially marked by the Winter Dew Tour every year. This year is no different, as the snowsports world descended upon the small Coloradan resort of Breckenridge. After a rough 2015-16, freeskier Kaya Turski is taking aim at the competitive field this year, putting them on notice with a 3rd place performance in the slopestyle competition.