Team USA riders Cole Seely, Thomas Covington and Zach Osborne have a huge weight of responsibility resting on their collective shoulders.
There is no doubt that the United States is among the top nations in the world when it comes to motocross racing, having won the Motocross of Nations an astounding 22 times since the competition’s inception in 1947.
Motocross has come a long way since its humble beginnings in the 1920s … actually in a paddock just down the road a few kilometres from the venue for this year’s Motocross of Nations.
Team New Zealand had a trip to remember to the Veterans’ Motocross des Nations at Farleigh Castle in England at the weekend.
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A few highlights from the final MXGP of the year, at Villars-sous-Ecot in France at the weekend.
Italy’s Kiara Fontanesi was crowned Women’s Motocross World Champion for the fifth time at the final Grand Prix of the season in France at the weekend.
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