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The Motocross Olympics

The 64th yearly Motocross of Nations happens this end of the week at Thunder Valley Motocross Park in Lakewood, CO. The main moto goes off at 3pm EST. Group USA is looking very solid again this year—ready to guard the 2009 title. 2010 AMA National MX and SX Champion Ryan Dungey, Trey Canard and Andrew Short incorporate Team USA with Roger DeCoster overseeing.

Dungey is the MX1 class top pick. Nonetheless, it wont be that simple, he has to fight with any semblance of Brett Metcalfe, Steve Ramon, Max Nagl, and Shaun Simpson. Gautier Paulin is filling in for the harmed Christophe Pourcel on Team France.

MX2 will see Trey Canard, Dean Wilson, Marvin Musquin, Zach Osborne, and Jeremy Van Horebeek fighting for the triumph.

The open class will probably be similarly as energizing with Andrew Short, Ben Townley, Xavier Boog, Kyle Regal, and others stretching their 125’s as far as possible for their nations.

The Line Ups:

USA: Ryan Dungey, Trey Canard, Andrew Short

France: Christophe Pourcel, Marvin Musquin, Xavier Boog

Belgium: Steve Ramon, Jeremy Van Horebeek, Clement Desalle

Germany: Max Nagl, Ken Roczen, Marcus Schiffer

Incredible Britain: Dean Wilson, Jake Nicholls and Brad Anderson

Italy: Davide Guarneri, Alessandro Lupino, Manuel Monni

Australia: Brett Metcalfe, Dean Ferris, Jay Marmont

Estonia: Tanel Leok, Priit Rätsep, Gert Krestinov

Switzerland: Gregory Wicht, Valentin Guillod, Arnaud Tonus

New Zealand: Josh Coppins, Brad Groombridge, Ben Townley

Spain: Jonathan Barragan, Jose Butron, Carlos Campano

Portugal: Rui Goncalves, Hugo Basaula, Luis Correia

Brazil: Marcello Lima, Cristopher Castro, Antonio Balbi

Ireland: Stuart Edmonds, Martin Barr, Gordon Crockard

Latvia: Ivo Steinbergs, Matiss Karro, Lauris Freibergs

Finland: Toni Eriksson, Harri Kullas, Jon Söderberg

Sweden: Tom Söderström, Fredrik Noren, Alex Eriksson

Russia: Evgeny Bobryshev, Aleksandr Tonkov, Sergey Astaykin

Austria: Matthias Walkner, Pascal Rauchenecker, Günther Schmidinger

Puerto Rico: Christian Ruiz, Zach Osborne, Kyle Regal

It ought to be an incredible few days of dashing as the 64th yearly “Motocross Olympics” commences. So ensure you tune in and get all the activity as Team USA hopes to secure its