Top AMA National Motoross Stars wearing Griffs Pants made from Cordura fabric - from Back Left: Bill Groosi, Gaylon Mosier, Jimmy Ellis; Front left: Rick Burgett, Bob Hannah, Steve Stackable.
Photo by Jim Gianatsis
Jim Gianatsis testing Bob Hannah's 250cc National and Supercrosso Championship winning Yamaha OW26.
Yamaha OW26-78 Bob Hannah's AMA 250cc National and Supercross Championship winning bike tested by Jim Gianatsis for Cycle News. With Jim Gianatsis, Keith McCarty, Bob Hannah at the home of friends J&R Flooring.
Bob Hannah (100) and Mike Bell (1) at the 1981 Anaheim Supercross. Bob has just returned after a 2 year layoff from a broken legal and is riding an older air cooled OW26. Reigning 1980 Supercross Cjampion Mike Bell is riding a newer 0W26 watercooled bike.
Team Yamaha's Broc Glover flashes us the "Number One" as he cools down after winning the 1977 AMA 125cc National Championship at Cycle Rama in San Antonio, Texas, after the exciting "Let Broc Bye" final moto victory given to him by team mate Bob Hannah.
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.