All time MXoN teams

BLC8377
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9/17/2017 1:20pm Edited Date/Time 9/17/2017 9:25pm
Title kinda nails it. List your respective counties all time motocross of nations team representatives. Normal modern day classes and such. Just some good old off season banter
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Jefro98
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9/17/2017 1:47pm
Team Netherlands:

Jeffrey Herlings
Dave Strijbos
Gerrit Wolsink
Rowlands
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9/17/2017 1:56pm
Great Britain

Dave Thorpe
James Dobb
Jeff Smith
-MAVERICK-
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9/17/2017 2:14pm Edited Date/Time 9/17/2017 6:55pm
Canada

2004 We finished 8th.

Jean-Sébastien Roy
Dusty Klatt
Blair Morgan

2007 We finished 10th.

Jean-Sébastien Roy
Colton Facciotti
Blair Morgan

The Shop

9/17/2017 2:18pm
USA

Ricky Carmichael / Ryan Hughes / Travis Pastrana

Epic
Forty
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9/17/2017 2:21pm
USA 1982 team....no changes
BMSOBx2
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9/17/2017 2:23pm
Forty wrote:
USA 1982 team....no changes
+1 nuff said.
reded
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9/17/2017 3:53pm
USA - 1986
Johnny O
Bailey
Johnson

USA - 1996 (close second)
McGrath
Emig
Lamson
agn5009
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9/17/2017 4:02pm Edited Date/Time 9/17/2017 4:06pm
Team USA 2011
Dungey
Baggett
Villopoto

Villopoto and Dungey going 1 and 2 in the final moto to win it. How does it get much better than that?
SCR
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9/17/2017 4:04pm
1974 USA 2nd place. Lackey, Pomeroy, weinert, and Distefano on a privateer CZ if I remember. USA had another 2nd place in 77. These guys always get forgot about but they did incredibly well considering how much better the Europeans were at that time.
ga_pike
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9/17/2017 4:26pm
USA 1987 would be my all time favorite Hannah, Johnson, and Ward.

pilotdude
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9/17/2017 5:36pm
My favorite was the team that never was.

2006 and 2007

Ricky Carmichael
James Stewart
Ryan Villopoto

Ricky suffered a dislocated shoulder at Glen Helen in the last National of the year in 2006 and was unable to be on Team USA as a rider at Matterly Basin. He was replaced by Ivan Tedesco. In 2007, James Stewart suffered a season ending knee injury at Washougal and was unable to attend the MXdN at Budds Creek as a rider. He was replaced by Tim Ferry.

In my opinion, Team USA of Ricky Carmichael, James Stewart, and Ryan Villopoto was the best MXdN team the world would have ever produced, and one that probably would never have been beaten by any team, from any country, in any year...past, present or future.

Johnny Ringo
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9/17/2017 8:40pm Edited Date/Time 9/17/2017 9:24pm
2007 would have been unreal had Stew not shredded his knee. RV's performance that year, RC's last race, prime Stew, at Budds. Would have been sick
9/17/2017 9:16pm
pilotdude wrote:
My favorite was the team that never was. 2006 and 2007 Ricky Carmichael James Stewart Ryan Villopoto Ricky suffered a dislocated shoulder at Glen Helen in...
My favorite was the team that never was.

2006 and 2007

Ricky Carmichael
James Stewart
Ryan Villopoto

Ricky suffered a dislocated shoulder at Glen Helen in the last National of the year in 2006 and was unable to be on Team USA as a rider at Matterly Basin. He was replaced by Ivan Tedesco. In 2007, James Stewart suffered a season ending knee injury at Washougal and was unable to attend the MXdN at Budds Creek as a rider. He was replaced by Tim Ferry.

In my opinion, Team USA of Ricky Carmichael, James Stewart, and Ryan Villopoto was the best MXdN team the world would have ever produced, and one that probably would never have been beaten by any team, from any country, in any year...past, present or future.

I agree with this
cali11
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9/17/2017 10:12pm
pilotdude wrote:
My favorite was the team that never was. 2006 and 2007 Ricky Carmichael James Stewart Ryan Villopoto Ricky suffered a dislocated shoulder at Glen Helen in...
My favorite was the team that never was.

2006 and 2007

Ricky Carmichael
James Stewart
Ryan Villopoto

Ricky suffered a dislocated shoulder at Glen Helen in the last National of the year in 2006 and was unable to be on Team USA as a rider at Matterly Basin. He was replaced by Ivan Tedesco. In 2007, James Stewart suffered a season ending knee injury at Washougal and was unable to attend the MXdN at Budds Creek as a rider. He was replaced by Tim Ferry.

In my opinion, Team USA of Ricky Carmichael, James Stewart, and Ryan Villopoto was the best MXdN team the world would have ever produced, and one that probably would never have been beaten by any team, from any country, in any year...past, present or future.

^^^ yep
FroDiddy
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9/17/2017 10:33pm
pilotdude wrote:
My favorite was the team that never was. 2006 and 2007 Ricky Carmichael James Stewart Ryan Villopoto Ricky suffered a dislocated shoulder at Glen Helen in...
My favorite was the team that never was.

2006 and 2007

Ricky Carmichael
James Stewart
Ryan Villopoto

Ricky suffered a dislocated shoulder at Glen Helen in the last National of the year in 2006 and was unable to be on Team USA as a rider at Matterly Basin. He was replaced by Ivan Tedesco. In 2007, James Stewart suffered a season ending knee injury at Washougal and was unable to attend the MXdN at Budds Creek as a rider. He was replaced by Tim Ferry.

In my opinion, Team USA of Ricky Carmichael, James Stewart, and Ryan Villopoto was the best MXdN team the world would have ever produced, and one that probably would never have been beaten by any team, from any country, in any year...past, present or future.

Easy!

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