Vital MX GP Bits: 2023 Motocross of Nations | Part 1 2

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The USA held the numbers 1, 2, and 3 for the first time since 2012. Juan Pablo
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With assistance from Austria, the US team just had to ship components instead of complete bikes this year. Yes, AP is still on his 48mm air fork. Note the Herlings stand? Juan Pablo
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Some USA themed graphics from DeCal Works. Juan Pablo
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Uhh is Hunter taller than Jett? Their matching Australian-themed Alpinestars kits were an point. Juan Pablo
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Dialed. Juan Pablo
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Expanding trailers everywhere! Scott brought out one to show off their new goggdies. Juan Pablo
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The Dutch kits are always bright, here's Fox's kit with Kay de Wolf. Juan Pablo
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Ernee was electric! Juan Pablo
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Ken Roczen's HEP team also just shipped components, working with a large Suzuki dealership in Germany for two bikes built. Interestingly enough, this dealer had works Suzuki hubs and wheels, making this bike the most "factory" that Kenny has raced all year. We also noticed Kenny had kit KYB suspension (mostly just coatings) for the first time this year, which will likely carry over into 2024. Juan Pablo
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Germany's kits were on point as well. Juan Pablo
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Craig above a sea of French fans. Juan Pablo
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Christian Craig's bike was equipped with 48mm CV kit forks. It really looks like Austria is totally abandoning the 52mm works fork in 2024. Juan Pablo
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The little details. Juan Pablo
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Glenn Coldenhoff's kit. Juan Pablo
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Glenn had a ROUGH weekend. Juan Pablo
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Yes, there were American flags here and there. Juan Pablo
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Calvin Vlaanderen's team went all in for the Dutch look in their final race. Next year, Cal moves to the new factory Yamaha MXGP effort and his prior team, Gebben Van Gerberoy, looks to be going away.  Juan Pablo
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The Honda HRC USA machinery...all under Aussie banner. Kinda funny how that worked out. Juan Pablo
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The country graphic themes are one of the best parts about MXoN. Juan Pablo
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Jett takes racing seriously, period. Juan Pablo
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Team Spain before the event. With a healthy Guillem Farres in 2024 for MX2, this team really could be a contender for a win in the future. Juan Pablo
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Prado's whole kit is amazing. Juan Pablo
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While his pre-race display bike had 52mm forks, he raced with 48mm forks for the first time this year. Juan Pablo
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Ruben Fernandez's works HRC Honda CRF450RW. This bike had a unique frame and subframe combo, rumored to the 2025 CRF450R chassis. Juan Pablo
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The Belgiums showing their support. Juan Pablo
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The paddock was slammed all weekend long. Juan Pablo
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You never know at MXoN... Juan Pablo
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Commitment. Juan Pablo
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Putting rumors to rest. Yes, Vialle raced his US-spec bike with MXGP fuel and mapping. That's it. Juan Pablo
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A legendary crowd at a legendary location. Stay tuned for more Pit Bits from MXoN... Juan Pablo
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