The new Muc-Off Honda Supercross team unveiled its premier-class machine today, and the bike that Justin Brayton will field in the 2021 Monster Energy Supercross Championship that kicks off next Saturday in Houston, Texas, is an absolute weapon. Brayton has enjoyed a long-standing friendship with team owner Yarrive Konsky, as the duo has collected four Australian Supercross Championships together. With the Muc-Off Honda team stepping into America’s premier 450 division for 2021, Brayton was the obvious choice to fly the team flag. We thought SML readers would enjoy an up-close and personal look at the number 10 machine. Enjoy!
Brent Duffe spins the wrenches on Brayton’s machine.
Brayton’s powerplant is built by Twisted Development, the SoCal race shop run by Jamie Ellis. Twisted Development is highly regarded as the best place to go for factory beating powerbands.
FMF Racing custom-built a titanium exhaust system with a new Megabomb+ resonance chamber to perfectly match the Twisted Development engine character. A Rekluse TorqDrive clutch puts the power to the ground.
Check out the details of the FMF Racing muffler…it’s a thing of beauty.
Factory Showa suspension graces both ends of Brayton’s machine.
A peek at the works Showa shock compression adjuster.
Factory HRC clamps can be found at the front of Brayton’s bike. Apparently, we aren’t the only ones who thought the Renthal bars are sweet.
We’re stoked on the new look of the team and can’t wait to get our hands on some Muc-Off products to test ourselves!