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13/08/2018 18:51:19

New Berlin, N.Y. - August 11, 2018-The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) announced the U.S. team lineup for the 2018 FIM Motocross of Nations (MXoN) today prior to the start of the Unadilla Motocross National in New Berlin, New York. The three-rider lineup includes Yamaha bLU cRU riders Justin Barcia and Aaron Plessinger, along with American The post Yamaha’s Barcia & Plessinger Selected for 2018 FIM Motocross of Nations appeared first on Transworld Motocross.

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12/08/2018 04:17:15

2018 MOTOCROSS OF NATIONS | COMPLETE COVERAGE This is really happening. Team Puerto Rico has long been made up of U.S. riders who didn’t make the cut for the USA team, but this year things will look different. Of course, the combination of Ronnie Mac, Ryan Sipes, and Travis Pastrana sounds ridiculous, but there is The post 2018 Motocross of Nations | Team Puerto Rico Announced appeared first on Transworld Motocross.

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12/08/2018 02:17:21

2018 FIM Motocross of Nations Lineup for United States Announced at Massey Ferguson Unadilla National Eli Tomac, Justin Barcia, and Aaron Plessinger to Represent Host Nation at RedBudNEW BERLIN, N.Y. (August 11, 2018) – After months of anticipation, the three-rider lineup for the United States at the 2018 FIM Motocross of Nations (MXoN) was officially announced Saturday, just prior to the Massey Ferguson Unadilla National, Round 10 of the 2018 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing. The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA), in conjunction with MX Sports Pro Racing, named Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Eli Tomac, Monster Energy/Yamaha Factory Racing’s Justin Barcia, and Monster Energy/Yamalube/Star/Yamaha’s Aaron Plessinger as the three riders that will lead the host country into action at Michigan’s famed RedBud MX on October 6-7.The 2018 MXoN will signify the event’s fourth visit to the United States, joining Unadilla MX (1987), Budds Creek Motocross Park (2007), and Thunder Valley MX Park (2010) as the only domestic venues to host the world’s biggest professional motocross race. The United States, which has won the Chamberlain Trophy a record 21 times, has emerged triumphant in each of the three previous MXoN events on home soil. Tomac, Barcia, and Plessinger will take on the task of not only continuing that tradition, but also ending France’s four-year winning streak. A victory at RedBud would subsequently end a six-year winless drought for the Americans, who will once again be led by United States Team Manager and global motocross icon Roger DeCoster.As the defending Lucas Oil Pro Motocross 450 Class Champion and current point leader in the world’s most prestigious off-road motorcycle racing series this summer, Tomac will take on the role of Team Captain and compete in the star-studded MXGP division. Over the past two seasons of Pro Motocross competition Tomac has won half of the races he’s entered, including a dominant 2018 title defense in which he has won seven of the first nine rounds, and is on a path to repeat as National Champion. This is the third time Tomac has been a member of the U.S. lineup, after competing in MX2 in 2013 and the OPEN division in 2014. In each of his two previous attempts the Colorado native showed the trademark determination that has made him the superstar he is today, and he is sure to leave it all on the track for his country at one of his favorite venues.“Having the opportunity to race [the MXoN] and represent your country in front of the world stage is a feeling like no other, and this year with it being at RedBud it’s going to be next level for the entire event, and fans will be going absolutely bonkers,” said Tomac. “Myself, Justin [Barcia], and Aaron [Plessinger] will be ready for the battle, and it’s a track that suits our riding style. I have a really good feeling this is the year the USA gets the Chamberlain Trophy back in hand.”Barcia is the most experienced member of the U.S. lineup, having competed in the MXoN three times in 2012, 2013, and 2015. He’s competed in the OPEN division in each of his previous attempts and will do so again at RedBud, a track where Barcia has won before in the 450 Class. This season Barcia has been a fixture on the podium and currently sits in a tie for third in the championship standings. He’s made the most of a fill-in opportunity with Factory Yamaha, and has effectively become the manufacturer’s best premier class rider on a global scale this year. Like his U.S. teammate, Barcia has always brought forth his best efforts at the MXoN, and he’ll be more motivated than ever to put on a show for the home fans and bring the title back to the States.“To be chosen for the MXoN is an honor. I’ve gone there in the past and always have done really well in my class. I thrive in that atmosphere and to be chosen again just shows that I’m getting back in my stride,” said Barcia. “Going to RedBud is really cool. The fans there for the Pro Motocross races are crazy, so I can only imagine how they’re going to be this year. It’s going to be absolutely insane. I know we have a really solid team this year and it’s definitely time to put the U.S. back on top. We’ve been chasing it for a few years now and we’ve come up short a lot, so it’s definitely do or die now that we’re on home soil. We’re going there to get that trophy back. I can’t wait!”While he may be new to the MXoN experience, the atmosphere at the event should suit Plessinger nicely. With his laid-back demeanor and fun-loving attitude, Plessinger embodies the ideal mentality to have when the stakes are as high as they’ll be at RedBud. Throughout the 2018 season the second-generation racer has been nothing short of incredible aboard his 250cc machine, and he’ll no doubt be one of the favorites in the MX2 division. This summer Plessinger has enjoyed a breakout campaign that appears well on its way to bringing him the first national title of his professional career. He’s dominated the 250 Class with five wins through the first nine rounds, including a 1-1 effort at RedBud in July. The once-in-a-lifetime experience that awaits Plessinger at the MXoN isn’t lost on the rising star, and he’s ready to join his teammates in putting the U.S. back on top.“Being selected to race for the U.S. is something I always dreamed of since I decided to make this my career. I’m so excited to get to represent my country and race alongside two guys I really look up to in Eli [Tomac] and Justin [Barcia],” said Plessinger. “With [the MXoN] being in the U.S. it couldn’t have been a more perfect year because, if you know me, you know that repping the red, white, and blue is a part of my lifestyle! I’m just going to keep doing what I’m doing on the track because it’s been working so far. I can’t wait to see all the fans and hopefully keep that trophy here in the States!”The 2018 FIM Motocross of Nations from RedBud MX will commence on October 6-7 with over 30 countries vying not only for a spot in the coveted classification of nations, but for a chance at capturing the famed Chamberlain Trophy. The 2018 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship continues today at Unadilla MX with the Massey Ferguson Unadilla National. First motos of the 10th round can be seen live on MAVTV at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET. The second 450 Class moto will air live on NBC broadcast network at 12 p.m. PT / 3 p.m. ET, while the final 250 Class moto can be seen via tape delay on NBC Sports Network at 4:30 p.m. PT / 7:30 p.m. ET. Additionally, all of the action can be seen as it unfolds online via the “Pro Motocross Pass” on NBC Sports Gold. For information about the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, please visit ProMotocross.com and be sure to follow all of the Pro Motocross social media channels for exclusive content and additional information on the latest news:Facebook: @americanmotocross Instagram: @promotocross Twitter: @ProMotocross YouTube: AmericanMotocross

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11/08/2018 21:34:17

Ronnie Mac, Travis Pastrana and Ryan Sipes to represent Puerto Rico in the 2018 Motocross des Nations. Press Release: Today the Federación de Motociclismo de Puerto Rico Inc. announced that Ronnie Mac, Travis Pastrana, and Ryan Sipes will represent Puerto Rico in the 2018 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations. The all veteran (over 30 years old) team will be guided by MX legend Ricky Johnson as team coach. Despite missing a slot on Team USA (yet again), Ronnie Mac, self-proclaimed motocross champion, is on a mission to show the world that he is indeed the best racer of all time and has called in his friends Travis Pastrana and Ryan Sipes to help. This all-star team that has been assembled by Ronnie Mac with help from the Motocross Federation of Puerto Rico and Nitro Circus will see Pastrana enter into the Open class while Ryan Sipes will compete in the MX2 class and the heavy hitter Ronnie Mac will hold it down in the MXGP class. All riders will be racing on two-strokes. Pastrana, a Motocross of Nations champion, has not raced professionally since 2006 yet he has remained well more than active on his bike since he decided to retire from motocross racing some 12 years ago. With Pastrana’s family ties to Puerto Rico (his Grandfather was born in the USA territory of Puerto Rico), he agreed to make a visit to the gym and dust off his Suzuki RM250 under one condition; the team would need to raise funds to give back to Puerto Rico during their time of need. “Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico almost a year ago and still to this day thousands of people are without the basic resources they need. This is an awesome opportunity for the motocross community to get behind and give back to the beautiful island of Puerto Rico.” said Pastrana on his involvement with Team Puerto Rico and the 2018 Motocross of Nations. “I’m also excited to be a part of the largest motocross event ever held in the United States and to give the old guys someone to root for as Team Puerto Rico looks to qualify on two-strokes.” Ryan Sipes, a well-known vet in the racing world is excited as ever to have the chance to race Motocross of Nations. “Racing in the Motocross of Nations is a dream come true and a once in a lifetime opportunity. To be on a team with one of the best riders to ever throw a leg over a motorcycle is incredible… and my other teammate does double backflips! I can’t wait!” Team Puerto Rico will be raising funds through direct donations and merch sales. A portion of proceeds of all merch sales will be donated to select Puerto Rican organizations designed to provide support to people in need. The organizations receiving funds will be determined in conjunction with the Federación de Motociclismo de Puerto Rico Inc. to ensure they make the largest impact possible. Head to www.ronsontop.com now to rally behind the boys by purchasing some merchandise or making a direct donation. “We’re here to win.” – Ronnie Mac. 2018 UNADILLA NATIONAL | FULL COVERAGE   The post 2018 MXDN | RONNIE MAC, TRAVIS PASTRANA, AND RYAN SIPES TEAM PUERTO RICO appeared first on Motocross Action Magazine.

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11/08/2018 21:34:14

Team USA Announces 2018 Motocross of Nations Lineup 2018 FIM Motocross of Nations Lineup for United States Announced at Massey Ferguson Unadilla National Eli Tomac, Justin Barcia, and Aaron Plessinger to Represent Host Nation at RedBud NEW BERLIN, N.Y. (August 11, 2018) – After months of anticipation, the three-rider lineup for the United States at the 2018 FIM Motocross of Nations (MXoN) was officially announced Saturday, just prior to the Massey Ferguson Unadilla National, Round 10 of the 2018 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing. The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA), in conjunction with MX Sports Pro Racing, named Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Eli Tomac, Monster Energy/Yamaha Factory Racing’s Justin Barcia, and Monster Energy/Yamalube/Star/Yamaha’s Aaron Plessinger as the three riders that will lead the host country into action at Michigan’s famed RedBud MX on October 6-7. Aaron Plessinger, Justin Barcia, and Eli Tomac will represent the United States at the 2018 Motocross of Nations at RedBud Motocross Park. – Rich Shepherd The 2018 MXoN will signify the event’s fourth visit to the United States, joining Unadilla MX (1987), Budds Creek Motocross Park (2007), and Thunder Valley MX Park (2010) as the only domestic venues to host the world’s biggest professional motocross race. The United States, which has won the Chamberlain Trophy a record 21 times, has emerged triumphant in each of the three previous MXoN events on home soil. Tomac, Barcia, and Plessinger will take on the task of not only continuing that tradition, but also ending France’s four-year winning streak. A victory at RedBud would subsequently end a six-year winless drought for the Americans, who will once again be led by United States Team Manager and global motocross icon Roger DeCoster. As the defending Lucas Oil Pro Motocross 450 Class Champion and current point leader in the world’s most prestigious off-road motorcycle racing series this summer, Tomac will take on the role of Team Captain and compete in the star-studded MXGP division. Over the past two seasons of Pro Motocross competition Tomac has won half of the races he’s entered, including a dominant 2018 title defense in which he has won seven of the first nine rounds, and is on a path to repeat as National Champion. This is the third time Tomac has been a member of the U.S. lineup, after competing in MX2 in 2013 and the OPEN division in 2014. In each of his two previous attempts the Colorado native showed the trademark determination that has made him the superstar he is today, and he is sure to leave it all on the track for his country at one of his favorite venues. “Having the opportunity to race [the MXoN] and represent your country in front of the world stage is a feeling like no other, and this year with it being at RedBud it’s going to be next level for the entire event, and fans will be going absolutely bonkers,” said Tomac. “Myself, Justin [Barcia], and Aaron [Plessinger] will be ready for the battle, and it’s a track that suits our riding style. I have a really good feeling this is the year the USA gets the Chamberlain Trophy back in hand.” Barcia is the most experienced member of the U.S. lineup, having competed in the MXoN three times in 2012, 2013, and 2015. He’s competed in the OPEN division in each of his previous attempts and will do so again at RedBud, a track where Barcia has won before in the 450 Class. This season Barcia has been a fixture on the podium and currently sits in a tie for third in the championship standings. He’s made the most of a fill-in opportunity with Factory Yamaha, and has effectively become the manufacturer’s best premier class rider on a global scale this year. Like his U.S. teammate, Barcia has always brought forth his best efforts at the MXoN, and he’ll be more motivated than ever to put on a show for the home fans and bring the title back to the States. “To be chosen for the MXoN is an honor. I’ve gone there in the past and always have done really well in my class. I thrive in that atmosphere and to be chosen again just shows that I’m getting back in my stride,” said Barcia. “Going to RedBud is really cool. The fans there for the Pro Motocross races are crazy, so I can only imagine how they’re going to be this year. It’s going to be absolutely insane. I know we have a really solid team this year and it’s definitely time to put the U.S. back on top. We’ve been chasing it for a few years now and we’ve come up short a lot, so it’s definitely do or die now that we’re on home soil. We’re going there to get that trophy back. I can’t wait!” While he may be new to the MXoN experience, the atmosphere at the event should suit Plessinger nicely. With his laid-back demeanor and fun-loving attitude, Plessinger embodies the ideal mentality to have when the stakes are as high as they’ll be at RedBud. Throughout the 2018 season the second-generation racer has been nothing short of incredible aboard his 250cc machine, and he’ll no doubt be one of the favorites in the MX2 division. This summer Plessinger has enjoyed a breakout campaign that appears well on its way to bringing him the first national title of his professional career. He’s dominated the 250 Class with five wins through the first nine rounds, including a 1-1 effort at RedBud in July. The once-in-a-lifetime experience that awaits Plessinger at the MXoN isn’t lost on the rising star, and he’s ready to join his teammates in putting the U.S. back on top. “Being selected to race for the U.S. is something I always dreamed of since I decided to make this my career. I’m so excited to get to represent my country and race alongside two guys I really look up to in Eli [Tomac] and Justin [Barcia],” said Plessinger. “With [the MXoN] being in the U.S. it couldn’t have been a more perfect year because, if you know me, you know that repping the red, white, and blue is a part of my lifestyle! I’m just going to keep doing what I’m doing on the track because it’s been working so far. I can’t wait to see all the fans and hopefully keep that trophy here in the States!” The 2018 FIM Motocross of Nations from RedBud MX will commence on October 6-7 with over 30 countries vying not only for a spot in the coveted classification of nations, but for a chance at capturing the famed Chamberlain Trophy. The 2018 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship continues today at Unadilla MX with the Massey Ferguson Unadilla National. First motos of the 10th round can be seen live on MAVTV at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET. The second 450 Class moto will air live on NBC broadcast network at 12 p.m. PT / 3 p.m. ET, while the final 250 Class moto can be seen via tape delay on NBC Sports Network at 4:30 p.m. PT / 7:30 p.m. ET. Additionally, all of the action can be seen as it unfolds online via the “Pro Motocross Pass” on NBC Sports Gold. For information about the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, please visit ProMotocross.com and be sure to follow all of the Pro Motocross social media channels for exclusive content and additional information on the latest news: Facebook: @americanmotocross Instagram: @promotocross Twitter: @ProMotocross YouTube: AmericanMotocross Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, features the world’s fastest outdoor motocross racers, racing aboard the best bikes each factory offers, on the roughest, toughest tracks in the world. The 12-rounds series begins at Hangtown in May and ends at Indiana’s Ironman Raceway in August. It includes stops at the premier motocross racing facilities in America, with events in California, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Michigan, Massachusetts, Maryland, Minnesota, Washington, New York and Indiana. The pro riders race on Saturday afternoon, with competition divided into two classes: one for 250cc machines, and one for 450cc machines. The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship is managed by MX Sports Pro Racing, the industry leader in off-road power sports event production. The series is televised on NBC, NBCSN and MAVTV and streamed live on NBC Sports GoldSeries partners include Lucas Oil (series title sponsor), Red Bull, WPS, Fly Racing, GEICO Motorcycle, MotoSport.com, Garmin, 100%, KTM, FMF, Deltran Battery Tender, Pirelli, Suzuki, Husqvarna, Pivot Works, Vertex, Alpinestars, KMC Wheels, MotionPro, VP Racing Fuels, Acerbis and Racer X. More information can be found at www.ProMotocross.com.

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11/08/2018 17:51:16

This was the last time team USA won back in 2011. 2018 UNADILLA NATIONAL | FULL COVERAGE The 2018 MXDN riders representing the USA were picked at the Unadilla National. The 2018 MXDN race will be held in America at the Red Bud National track in Michigan. Last year, riders like Eli Tomac opted out to race as they said their schedule is too busy. For 2018 Eli Tomac opted in to be on the team to represent the USA. Along side he will have the Yamaha riders of Aaron Plessinger and Justin Barcia. It is a good solid team on home turf. Eli will be serving his country for the second time, while for Justin it will be his forth. It will be Aaron’s first. Team USA won seven years straight from fro 2005 to 2011. Since their last win with Ryan Dungey, Blake Baggett and Ryan Villopoto in Saint-Jean-d’Angély USA has been on a losing streak. The odds are in team USA’s corner as the team has never lost on home turf. Will this year get the team out of its funk? The post 2018 USA MOTOCROSS DES NATIONS TEAM RIDERS PICKED appeared first on Motocross Action Magazine.

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11/08/2018 17:34:18

2018 MOTOCROSS OF NATIONS | COMPLETE COVERAGE As is the case every year, the announcement for Team USA was made at the 2018 Unadilla Motocross. There has been speculation surrounding the team ever since RedBud was selected to host in 2018, but with so many injuries this season, a few riders had risen to the The post 2018 Motocross of Nations | Team USA Announced appeared first on Transworld Motocross.

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09/08/2018 15:17:16

Marvin Musquin wanted to race for the French Federation at the MXDN, he was told he was on the team, but his name was left off the roster. Here is Marvin after he won the Red Bud National. Marvin Musquin was told he was in to race the Motocross Des Nations this year at Red Bud under the French Federation. When the team was announced, Musquin’s name was left out. The French team will be Gautier Paulin in MXGP, Dylan Ferrandis in MX2, and Romain Febvre in the OPEN class. Was this the wrong decision for the French federation as Musquin is on top of his game and already won the 2018 Red Bud National? Marvin told us how it went down and expressed how he feels about the situation. This post is from his Facebook page. « Hello everyone, As you might have heard already thru the video posted by the French Federation today, I’ve had the unpleasant surprise to find out that I wasn’t picked to race the MX of Nations for Team France. I think it’s now important that I say a few words about what Jacques Bolle, President of the French Federation, said at the team announcement were the reasons and factors they looked at in selecting the team this year. First of all, the motivation… For the record, the French coach came to America for the Red Bud National and spoke with me there to make sure I was motivated and available to race Des Nations. I confirmed I was 100% motivated and that being teammate with Dylan Ferrandis would be great! Also, what greater motivation is there for me to perform than to race in front of the world here in the US, on a track I just won? If that’s not motivation enough then I don’t know what would be! Marvin in front of the American fans at Red Bud. Jacques Bolle also talks about the importance for the rider to be healthy and performing good around this time of the year. Seriously, what do you want me to say to that… ? My results speak for themselves. I finished 2nd in the AMA SX Championship this year and I’m currently a title contender for the outdoor championship with three races left! I won Red Bud this year and I’ve been racing at Red Bud for the last 8years….. I’ll save everyone time and not go into details about the planning and logistics that have already gone in to be part of that race from either my side, my Red Bull KTM teams side, the factory, my sponsors and or the rest of my crew…. To me it’s sad to be overlooked again especially given the race is going to be here in the US where I compete almost every weekend for the last 8 years now and against many top riders that I am sure will be selected on the US home team. But I do really want to thank everyone who has and continues to support me and thank all the French, American, and all the other fans who have shown their support for me after this announcement. It means a lot to me. » The post MARVIN MUSQUIN SPEAKS HIS MIND | TOLD HE WAS IN FOR MXDN THEN GETS DENIED appeared first on Motocross Action Magazine.

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08/08/2018 16:34:18

Ferrandis, Paulin & Febvre The post 2018 Motocross Of Nations | Team France Announced appeared first on Transworld Motocross.

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