2015 Numbers?

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8/23/2014 10:28 PM

Well, I know everyone will start making lists of numbers for the 2015 season... here is a list we made up from adding points for a top 100 number.

Please, feel free to correct any errors you see..

Keep in mind, Things could change a lot. New permanents, Martin single digit? nobody picking 13? who knows.

Riders points are to the right of their name...

the * next to the number are permanent numbers.



1. Ryan Villopoto 450SX / Ken Roczen 450MX. Justin Bogle 250SXEast / Jason Anderson 250SXWest / Jeremy Martin 250MX.
2*. Ryan Villopoto 368
3*. Eli Tomac 434
4*. Blake Baggett 541
5*. Ryan Dungey 822
6. Jeremy Martin? 596
7*. James Stewart 511
8. Jeremy Martin? 596
9*. Ivan Tedesco 102
10*. Justin Brayton 351
11*. Kyle Chisholm 90
12*. Jake Weimer 166
13. Cooper Webb 562
14. Justin Bogle 556
15*. Dean Wilson 440
16*. Zach Osborne 166
17. Cole Seely 484
18*. Davi Millsaps 0 ?????
19. Jason Anderson 469
20*. Broc Tickle 126
21. Weston Peick 410
22*. Chad Reed 309
23. Jessy Nelson 367
24*. Brett Metcalfe 334
25*. Marvin Musquin 408
26. Christophe Pourcel 355 (do not believe they will let him keep #377, was not a permanent)
27*. Nick Wey 111
28. Alex Martin 320
29*. Andrew Short 520
30. Justin Hill 309
31. Kyle Cunningham 298
32. Malcolm Stewart 266
33*. Josh Grant 357
34. Matt Georke 224
35. Joey Savatgy 221
36. Matt Bisceglia 218
37. Fredrik Noren 207
38. Shane McElrath 199
39. Ben Lamay 184
40. Matt Lemoine 181
41*. Trey Canard 545
42. Zack Bell 166
43. Vince Friese 161
44. Phil Nicoletti 154
45. Martin Davalos 149
46. Wil Hahn 122
47. Adam Cianciarulo 120
48. Jimmy Decotis 120
49. Jimmy Albertson 119
50. Mitchell Oldenburg 119
51*. Justin Barcia 250
52. Ryan Sipes 116
53. Kyle Peters 105
54. Cole Thompson 89
55. Jackson Richardson 85
56. Killian Rusk 85
57. Jake Canada 83
58. Dakota Tedder 83
59. Michael Leib 79
60. Chris Blose 78
61. Anthony Rodriguez 78
62. AJ Catanzaro 76
63. Scott Champion 70
64. Chris Alldredge 64
65. Dean Ferris 63
66. Christain Craig 61
67. Ronnie Stewart 58
68. Nick Schmidt 55
69. Blake Wharton 51
70. Cole Martinez 51
71. Gannon Audette 48
72. Zack Williams 45
73. Evgeny Mikhaylov 45
74. Justin Starling 42
75*. Josh Hill 159
76. Valentine Teillet 42
77. Jace Owen 38
78. RJ Hampshire 37
79. Preston Mull 36
80. Levi Kilbarger 35
81. Tommy Weeck 35
82. Jake Baumart 35
83. Jesse Wentland 34
84. Landen Powell 33
85. Zach Freeberg 32
86. Cody Gilmore 31
87. Matt Moss 28
88. Dakota Alix 28
89. Brady Kiesel 26
90. Topher Ingalls 25
91. Chris Howell 23
92. Cade Clason 22
93. Darryn Durham 21
94*. Ken Roczen 817
95. Dillian Epstein 21
96. Sean Collier 21
97. Nick Gaines 21
98. Gavin Faith 20
99. Paul Coates 19

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The Administator

8/23/2014 10:34 PM

Do you have the old school format?

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8/23/2014 10:41 PM

Nice jump up, Justin.

I talked to Jeremy last week, and he said he likes something with a 4 in it...(14?), but then talked to Lamsom today, and he said Jeremy was warming to the idea of taking his 6.

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8/23/2014 10:45 PM

GuyB wrote:

Nice jump up, Justin.

I talked to Jeremy last week, and he said he likes something with a 4 in it...(14?), but then talked to Lamsom today, and he said Jeremy was warming to the idea of taking his 6.

Thank you!

Would be cool to see him with 6... single digits are very rare and to earn one is huge! Good for him.

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The Administator

8/23/2014 10:51 PM

Just out of curiousity is the rule that once you choose your number you are locked in?

For example could Wilson say, you know I want to run 6 now, or chad reed jump from 22 to 8.... Not that they would, just curious on the champions that select a career number.

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8/23/2014 11:22 PM

bvm111 wrote:

Just out of curiousity is the rule that once you choose your number you are locked in?

For example could Wilson say, you know I want to run 6 now, or chad reed jump from 22 to 8.... Not that they would, just curious on the champions that select a career number.

I think that's the point of career number. It's a career number...unless you're running a number one plate.

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8/24/2014 1:21 AM

Funny when I saw the topic I instantly thought Mr. Starling.

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8/24/2014 1:28 AM

bvm111 wrote:

Just out of curiousity is the rule that once you choose your number you are locked in?

For example could Wilson say, you know I want to run 6 now, or chad reed jump from 22 to 8.... Not that they would, just curious on the champions that select a career number.

GuyB wrote:

I think that's the point of career number. It's a career number...unless you're running a number one plate.

There must be a way to change a career number - Stewart changed from 259 to 7.And I think DV changed from 934 to 12 at some point. I personally like champs with single digit numbers - it makes a statement about their stature in the sport.

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8/24/2014 6:15 AM

Don't Anderson & Bogle get to pick #'s?

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8/24/2014 7:49 AM

There have been years where 1 or 2 points got you a national number, I think Slipdog got 98 or 99 one year with less than 5. 19 may get you one this year, regional SX shouldn't pay the same points as 450SX, and 250/450 outdoor.

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8/24/2014 8:08 AM

TeamGreen wrote:

Don't Anderson & Bogle get to pick #'s?

I am pretty sure they do yes

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The Administator

8/24/2014 8:27 AM

Why wouldn't they let Porcel keep 377? Is there really a rule that you have to pick a two digit number if you earn one? If so that seems pretty stupid, let them run whatever they want, it's their identifier.

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8/24/2014 8:42 AM

GuyB wrote:

Nice jump up, Justin.

I talked to Jeremy last week, and he said he likes something with a 4 in it...(14?), but then talked to Lamsom today, and he said Jeremy was warming to the idea of taking his 6.

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8/24/2014 8:44 AM

TeamGreen wrote:

Don't Anderson & Bogle get to pick #'s?

don't think a 250 sx regional champion are privy to single digit #'s.

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8/24/2014 8:46 AM

TeamGreen wrote:

Don't Anderson & Bogle get to pick #'s?

zippy895 wrote:

don't think a 250 sx regional champion are privy to single digit #'s.

for sure outdoor 250 and 450 champs are,i guess a 450 sx champ as well.?

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8/24/2014 9:11 AM

I still don't like that Bagget has #4.

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8/24/2014 9:32 AM

yzjs7 wrote:

I still don't like that Bagget has #4.

lol,why?

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8/24/2014 9:35 AM

yzjs7 wrote:

I still don't like that Bagget has #4.

Somewhere down the road, you won't like it when someone else has #7, too. But it'll happen. It's called progress.

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8/24/2014 9:36 AM

yzjs7 wrote:

I still don't like that Bagget has #4.

GuyB wrote:

Somewhere down the road, you won't like it when someone else has #7, too. But it'll happen. It's called progress.

You might even call it 2016...

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I ripped a start from Egypt and I was happy about that.

8/24/2014 9:37 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/24/2014 10:43 AM

JM485 wrote:

Why wouldn't they let Porcel keep 377? Is there really a rule that you have to pick a two digit number if you earn one? If so that seems pretty stupid, let them run whatever they want, it's their identifier.

Edit: I think justin is right about pourcel.

He did not earn a career number. He has to pick the two digit assigned to his point score

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8/24/2014 9:37 AM

Cole gets to pick a permanent number!!

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8/24/2014 10:38 AM

Jarid332 wrote:

Cole gets to pick a permanent number!!

And you jizzed.in. Your pants

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8/24/2014 10:41 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/24/2014 10:43 AM

TeamGreen wrote:

Don't Anderson & Bogle get to pick #'s?

zippy895 wrote:

don't think a 250 sx regional champion are privy to single digit #'s.

Career numbers tho yes they were both top ten

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8/24/2014 10:41 AM

Just wondering why you have Lamay changing his number to 39? He's run the 48 for a while

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8/24/2014 11:26 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/24/2014 11:29 AM

TeamGreen wrote:

Don't Anderson & Bogle get to pick #'s?

zippy895 wrote:

don't think a 250 sx regional champion are privy to single digit #'s.

Gringoe wrote:

Career numbers tho yes they were both top ten

I think anderson is in 11th place...no permanent number, but seely is for sure 10th. Unless I'm counting wrong. Kroc, canard, and shorty, are further down the numbers list with more points...I missed them the first count and was stoked for JA.

Here's the top 10....

RD
Kroc
Martin
Webb
Bogle
Canard
Bagget
Shorty
Js7
Seely

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8/24/2014 11:35 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/24/2014 11:35 AM

Broc schmelyun loosing his top 100# number. #98. Bummer

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8/24/2014 11:37 AM

I can't believe that all these years later fans still don't understand this process...maybe that right there should be a reason it should be changed?

It's not that hard, there's been, I think, one change since 2000 when the permanent number systems were brought in. C'mon people!

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8/24/2014 11:47 AM

Matthes wrote:

I can't believe that all these years later fans still don't understand this process...maybe that right there should be a reason it should be changed?

It's not that hard, there's been, I think, one change since 2000 when the permanent number systems were brought in. C'mon people!

Which part you talking about? Top ten, 250 regional SX, something else?

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8/24/2014 11:48 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/24/2014 11:48 AM

hate the fact that 250 guys have career numbers , they should only get them in the 450 class , imo , they should run were they finished in the championship in the 250s , they are two different class s , I dot think it would be confusing if there was a no 2,in the 250s and a no.2 in the 450s , but I guess thats the reason they would nt do it .

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8/24/2014 11:49 AM

Jarid332 wrote:

Cole gets to pick a permanent number!!

He tweeted he wants the 21

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