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12/7/2019 12:38 AM

He didnt start riding the american series after he won his first world title like Roczen?
He has had some major injuries and could have been even bigger if they happened on an SX track, but i gotta wonder if he hasnt beaten himself up about not going over the pond considering how many titles he has lost that was in his grasp.

Just a thought that occured when he posted that SX video of himself

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12/7/2019 12:41 AM

Nope

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12/7/2019 12:51 AM

Nope

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12/7/2019 12:59 AM

No

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12/7/2019 1:09 AM

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12/7/2019 1:23 AM

My reply to that is 'Do you think Roczen regrets only winning one Championship before coming to the US'

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12/7/2019 2:24 AM

Only JH knows the answer to this question.

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12/7/2019 2:36 AM

Tough question, but he has to be one of the best paid riders in the world right now. So I'm not sure. I think that at one point you have to make a choice and stick with it. He did. Choice was obviously Europe and he had great success. However, he could have had like 4/5 more titles if he was a little smarter at certain points in his career. But that also makes him such a great winner, he hates losing races even though he can afford to do so and still win titles with it.

On the other hand, what Phil says. How would Roczen his career have been if he did stick with MXGP? He also is one of the best paid riders.. and has had his fair share of success in-between those horrific injuries

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12/7/2019 3:58 AM

He must be crying right now. Either in his lambo or his G Wagon

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12/7/2019 4:18 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/7/2019 4:19 AM

If he really dreamt of going to the states....he would have gone.
I think he is content with his choices.

And I would say the same applies to Roczen

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12/7/2019 5:18 AM

Nope

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12/7/2019 5:32 AM

philG wrote:

My reply to that is 'Do you think Roczen regrets only winning one Championship before coming to the US'

Nope...

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12/7/2019 6:01 AM

More money, less(meaningful) races. Why should he?

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12/7/2019 6:02 AM

philG wrote:

My reply to that is 'Do you think Roczen regrets only winning one Championship before coming to the US'

Absolutely not.

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12/7/2019 6:20 AM

Why would he regret it? The fastest riders are in Europe

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12/7/2019 6:28 AM

Helda wrote: Photo

He will sooner regret that outfit than anything else.

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12/7/2019 6:45 AM

Jeans and a jacket?
Yep he should wear khakis and an oversized polo shirt like I think most Vital members wear

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12/7/2019 7:03 AM

No Ragrets

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12/7/2019 7:06 AM

CM_84 wrote:

Jeans and a jacket?
Yep he should wear khakis and an oversized polo shirt like I think most Vital members wear

Exactly lol. Certain styles are out for different people.

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12/7/2019 7:21 AM

Don’t think so. He probably regrets riding that 85 tho..

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12/7/2019 7:41 AM

kage173 wrote:

No Ragrets

I think you meant "no regerts" smile

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12/7/2019 7:49 AM

Lastander wrote:

He didnt start riding the american series after he won his first world title like Roczen?
He has had some major injuries and ...more

No regrets. Zero FG

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12/7/2019 7:55 AM

The paint job on that Lambo. Yes it’s in style now, but so where zipper pants. Could be costly fashion error on such a beautiful machine. But I’m sure he will be able to recoup. Only regrets I could see he may have.

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12/7/2019 1:28 PM

As soon as Roczen left Europe Herlings became the crown prince of the GPs. He has dominated the headlines ever since so I’d say from that perspective no. When he retires I’m sure he will explain it all honestly why he stayed.

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12/7/2019 1:39 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/7/2019 1:39 PM

Hell no he doesn’t though even I’d love to see him race here

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12/7/2019 1:40 PM

yz25 wrote:

The paint job on that Lambo. Yes it’s in style now, but so where zipper pants. Could be costly fashion error on such a ...more

More than likely it’s a full body wrap. When he gets tired of it or wants to sell it he’ll just peel it off.

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12/7/2019 1:40 PM

Park Boys wrote:

As soon as Roczen left Europe Herlings became the crown prince of the GPs. He has dominated the headlines ever since so I’d ...more

$ and top dog in europe. In the states he wdnt be top dog unless he could win at sx.

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12/7/2019 2:01 PM

#434 wrote:

Don’t think so. He probably regrets riding that 85 tho..

Probably correct on this one, what a disaster.

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12/7/2019 2:04 PM

kage173 wrote:

No Ragrets

mooch wrote:

I think you meant "no regerts" smile

You must be new to the interwebs... Photo

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12/7/2019 2:08 PM

I’ve always heard the top guys in the US get paid better then the guys in the GPS. Maybe cause our season is longer

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