It’s been a productive off-season for Barn Pros/Home Depot Yamaha, the Washington-based team entering their fourth year of competition in 2017.
Their first splash came when they hired seven-time AMA Supercross and Motocross champion, Rick Johnson, to serve in a variety of roles with the team, including consulting, working with riders, and helping the team expand.
They also brought on Oregon native Chris Alldredge for the 2017 season. Alldredge spent two years with Monster Energy/Pro Circuit Kawasaki prior to joining the team.
“I'm super excited to be getting back on Yamahas with Barn Pros Racing this coming supercross season,” he said at the time. “After riding the Yamaha motorcycle for most of my amateur career, it's nice to be back on the bike that I had so much success on. And I can't thank the Barn Pros team enough for giving me another opportunity to show the supercross world what me, and the team, are capable of doing.”
In late October, they re-signed Scott Champion as the second member of the team.
At the team’s recent photo shoot, Alldredge discussed his new deal with the team.