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Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki | 2022 Race Team Bikes


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Race teams spent recent weeks conducting the usual promotional photoshoots with their roster of riders, staff of technicians, and all-new equipment, images that help build hype for the quickly-approaching race season.

Mitch Payton’s Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki will serve as the green team’s 250 Class effort for the twenty-ninth consecutive year, a tenure that is unmatched in the pit area. A fleet of five KX250SR motorcycles will be piloted by Austin Forkner, Cameron McAdoo, Jett Reynolds, Jo Shimoda, and Seth Hammaker through 2022; the SR stands for “Special Racer” and denotes Kawasaki’s factory support. 2022 will be PC’s second year of racing the current KX platform.

– It’s common for the Pro Circuit bikes to appear almost identical, which looks to be the case in 2022. Sure, there are some subtle differences between the five machines, including personalized Showa suspension settings/control placement/bend of the Renthal Twinwall handlebars, but it’s hard to see the changes at first glance.

– Pro Circuit also picked up a pair of new mechanics during the offseason; Tony Archer was hired after the closure of his past team and will work with Austin Forkner, while Ryan Hughes has been paired to rookie Jett Reynolds.

Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki | 2022 Race Team

Team Principals | Mitch Payton, Ian Southwell, Bruce Stjernstrom

30. Jo Shimoda | Kawasaki KX250SR | Mechanic – Matt Goodbred

33. Austin Forkner | Kawasaki KX250SR | Mechanic – Tony Archer

47. Seth Hammaker | Kawasaki KX250SR | Mechanic – Jacob Martin

48. Cameron McAdoo | Kawasaki KX250SR | Mechanic – Kyle DeFore

124. Jett Reynolds | Kawasaki KX250SR | Mechanic – Ryan Hughes

Michael Antonovich

Michael Antonovich has a wealth of experience with over 10 years of moto-journalism under his belt. A lifelong racing enthusiast and rider, Anton is the Editor of Swapmoto Live and lives to be at the race track.

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