Trey Canard, 2011 Honda CRF 450 R Supercross and AMA Pro Motocross rider, got a brief first taste of professional racing at the end of the ’07 motocross season, and his three subsequent years of full-time competition have not only honed his racing skills but also made him a champion twice over.
Riding for the GEICO Powersports Honda team aboard his CRF 250 R, Canard captured the 2008 AMA Supercross Lites East Championship and the 2010 AMA 250 Motocross title. Moreover, when Canard filled in for an injured motorcycle rider during the 2010 Supercross season, he capitalized on the timely opportunity to try his hand in the elite big-bike series aboard a Team Honda CRF 450 R by finishing on the podium five times in a row. Sure, many people were hoping he would do well, but five consecutive podiums mid-season on a new 450cc motorcycle? Let’s just say that even more people were impressed to witness such a high level of success so quickly. Furthermore, Canard topped off the 2010 season by helping Team USA win the overall victory at the FIM Motocross of Nations held in Lakewood, Colorado, all in all, quite a meteoric rise in only three years. Now only 20 years old, Trey Canard steps into the bright-shining limelight as one of two riders on Team Honda in 2011.Right click motorcycle wallpaper to download or click motorcycle thumbnail to view.