Houston Astrodome Supercross Start 1978
A sold out stadium: 1977 Houston Supercross start from left: Warren Reid, Broc Glover, Marty Tripes, Bob Hannah, Rich Eierstadt, Marty Smith.
1977 AMA 125cc National Championship w/ race leader/Bob Hannah "Let Brock Bye"
“Let Brock Bye” Another Jim Gianatsis legendary motocross photo with mechanic Keith McCarty signaling his rider, race leader Bob Hannah, to pull over and let Yamaha team mate Brock Glover running in 2nd, take the win to clinch the 1977 AMA 125cc Championship in points over Suzuki’s Danny LaPorte who was running 3rd, at the final race of the year in San Antonio, Texas.
Broc Glover, 1977 National Champion on the works Yamaha OW125, the last air cooled bike.
Saint Louis Trans-AMA Start 1977
One of the most famous photographs in the history of American motocross, the start of the 1976 Saint Louis Trans-An with from left to right: Kent Howerton (250cc and 500cc National Champion), Danny LaPorte (250cc National and World Champion), Marty Smith (125cc and 500cc National Champion, Bob Hannah (125cc and 250cc National and Supercross Champion) , Roger DeCoster (500cc World Champion), Tommy Croft.
Jimmy Ellis, 1977 Can-Am MX250
Bob Hannah is "Number 1", 1977 Yamaha OW 250.
Mary Smith, Honda RC450, 1977 Unadilla National.
Kent Howerton at the 1977 Red Bud National on his Husqvarma CR250.
Steve Stackable, Bob Hannah, Jim Pomery wear Griffths Pants. 1976
Steve Stackable, Bob Hannah and Jim Pomery in a 1976 ad shoot for Griffths Motocross pants.
Chuck Sun, Honda RC450, 1979 Sears Point Trans-Am.
Close friends, Marty “ Typhoon” Tripes and Bob “ Hurricane Hannah” before the start 1979 250cc Nationals.
Tony DiStefano, 250cc National Champion, 1976 Saddleback Trans-Am.
The 3 Reigning AMA National MX Champions from 1976: (1) Kent Howerton 250cc Husqvarna, (2) Bob Hannah 125cc Yamaha, (3) Tony DiStefano 500cc Suzuki photographed at the 1977 Trans-Am.
Roger DeCoster, 500cc World Champion, 1976 Saddleback Trans-Am.
Kent Howerton on his Suzuki RH250 at the 1980 Unadilla 250cc Grand Prix.
Bob Hannah tackles a sandy uphill with his Yamaha OW26 at the 1981 Southwick 250cc National.
Maico Meister Adolf Weil in the 1973 Trans-Am.
Bob Wright, CCM 4-stroke single, 1973 Trans-Am.
Mike “ Too Tall” Bell on the works 1977 Yamaha OW490.
Brad Lackey 1980 crossup on his works Honda RC490 durig a photoshoot nrar his house in Livermore, CA, for the Moto-X Fox Catalog.
Bob Hannah on his Yamaha OW26 at the 1981 Southwick 250cc National.
1973 Mid-Ohio Trans-Am start wirth Adolf Weil, Maico 450, and Christer Hammergren, Yamaha OW39.
Marty Tripes, Honda RC250-79.