Herlings to train with Aldon baker and saying Tomac is Gnarly

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8/6/2017 11:22 PM
Edited Date/Time: 8/7/2017 12:57 AM

Hes going over early to the US to train with Aldon. Cool!

http://www.mxlarge.com/2017/08/07/herlings-interview-usgp-and-mxon/

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8/6/2017 11:30 PM

Does that mean that we won't get those fishing videos with Mookie then?

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8/6/2017 11:41 PM

Good on him for taking that opportunity. There's no negatives.

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"Nothing happens until something moves"

8/6/2017 11:52 PM

tempura wrote:

Good on him for taking that opportunity. There's no negatives.

Assuming he was planning to retire in 2or 3 seasons anyway.

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8/7/2017 12:33 AM

tempura wrote:

Good on him for taking that opportunity. There's no negatives.

FTB wrote:

Assuming he was planning to retire in 2or 3 seasons anyway.

lol..it's just for a short time, while he's in the US for the GP's.

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"Nothing happens until something moves"

8/7/2017 12:36 AM

It would be pretty sick if he trained there for the GP season!

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8/7/2017 12:49 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/7/2017 12:56 AM

http://www.mxlarge.com/2017/08/07/herlings-interview-usgp-and-mxon/

Full interview. He gives Tomac a ton of respect. I really like the humble Herlings

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8/7/2017 12:53 AM

Maybe he can adress his heat exhaustion problems encountered when battling with Cairoli where he hit the wall somehow

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(I also regret my username,funny at the time "you had to be there..")

8/7/2017 12:59 AM

PressPassP wrote:

Maybe he can adress his heat exhaustion problems encountered when battling with Cairoli where he hit the wall somehow

Yes he had problems with the heat but he was also sick the whole weekend. Read the full interview above

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8/7/2017 1:25 AM

Is the track sandy at the USGP? Ive seen some vids but its newly prepped so its hard to tell.

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8/7/2017 8:46 AM

Sideways wrote:

Is the track sandy at the USGP? Ive seen some vids but its newly prepped so its hard to tell.

I have never raced at that track, but most of Florida is sandy.

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Take it to the limit, one more time!

8/7/2017 9:13 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/7/2017 9:15 AM

Sideways wrote:

http://www.mxlarge.com/2017/08/07/herlings-interview-usgp-and-mxon/

Full interview. He gives Tomac a ton of respect. I really like the humble Herlings

x2. I used to think he was a cocky, punk of rider...but he's done his share of growing up. I'm still rooting for Cairoli to beat him, and probably always will...but I have to admit Jeffrey is a freak, especially in the sand.

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8/7/2017 9:18 AM

Very smart move.

I wonder if Paulin is coming over as well like he did last year?

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8/7/2017 9:20 AM

Wow, he definitely sounds more mature and respectful than he used to.

I'm really looking forward to the MXGP race.

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8/7/2017 5:37 PM

PressPassP wrote:

Maybe he can adress his heat exhaustion problems encountered when battling with Cairoli where he hit the wall somehow

Sideways wrote:

Yes he had problems with the heat but he was also sick the whole weekend. Read the full interview above

Aldon will mix him up a little brew...

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8/7/2017 5:40 PM

TriRacer27 wrote:

Wow, he definitely sounds more mature and respectful than he used to.

I'm really looking forward to the MXGP race.

A steady ass kickin will do that to a guy...

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8/7/2017 5:53 PM

Dinosaur Media wrote:

A steady ass kickin will do that to a guy...

I think you'll find he was maturing last season while he was still kicking ass.
He's a good kid, despite what Vital believes

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"Nothing happens until something moves"

8/7/2017 6:01 PM

Ha imagine Aldon, probably signed a contract to train the factory KTM riders. Never realising that meant from anywhere

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8/7/2017 6:10 PM

I'm sure his lawyer briefed him on all the contractual details

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"Nothing happens until something moves"

8/7/2017 7:10 PM

TriRacer27 wrote:

Wow, he definitely sounds more mature and respectful than he used to.

I'm really looking forward to the MXGP race.

Dinosaur Media wrote:

A steady ass kickin will do that to a guy...

tempura wrote:

I think you'll find he was maturing last season while he was still kicking ass.
He's a good kid, despite what Vital believes

You say tomato I say tomato...

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8/7/2017 7:57 PM

Herlings will be very fast there, going early will help lots.Only guy that will stop him is tomac, will be intersting.

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8/7/2017 9:45 PM

lucas-vh wrote:

Herlings will be very fast there, going early will help lots.Only guy that will stop him is tomac, will be intersting.

Because Tomac is just wiping the floor with everyone in his own series? Oh, wait....

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8/7/2017 11:10 PM

TriRacer27 wrote:

Wow, he definitely sounds more mature and respectful than he used to.

I'm really looking forward to the MXGP race.

Racing in the big boy class will do that!

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8/7/2017 11:47 PM

lucas-vh wrote:

Herlings will be very fast there, going early will help lots.Only guy that will stop him is tomac, will be intersting.

Park and Huck wrote:

Because Tomac is just wiping the floor with everyone in his own series? Oh, wait....

Yep he sure is

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8/7/2017 11:58 PM

lucas-vh wrote:

Herlings will be very fast there, going early will help lots.Only guy that will stop him is tomac, will be intersting.

I think Cairoli will wax em both.

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8/8/2017 1:46 AM

The best thing about teenagers is that they grow up eventually.

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8/8/2017 4:21 AM

davistld01 wrote:

x2. I used to think he was a cocky, punk of rider...but he's done his share of growing up. I'm still rooting for Cairoli to beat him, and probably always will...but I have to admit Jeffrey is a freak, especially in the sand.

I still think he is a cocky guy. When he races in the Netherlands he won't say on tv 'i am happy that i can race in front of my fans' but he will say 'i think it's great for my fans that they can watch me race'' (not sure if it translates well).

I think he is a great rider, also extremely hard on himself (riding with big time injuries), and great for popularity of MX in the Netherlands. Having said that i'm a fan of other dutch riders, but Herlings personality keeps me from being a fan.

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8/8/2017 5:32 AM

lucas-vh wrote:

Herlings will be very fast there, going early will help lots.Only guy that will stop him is tomac, will be intersting.

Park and Huck wrote:

Because Tomac is just wiping the floor with everyone in his own series? Oh, wait....

He won three motos in the AMA nationals last year and then dominated both GP's held in the states...

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8/8/2017 6:39 AM

Herlings + Baker = total domination

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8/8/2017 7:04 AM

lucas-vh wrote:

Herlings will be very fast there, going early will help lots.Only guy that will stop him is tomac, will be intersting.

Sideways wrote:

I think Cairoli will wax em both.

Unfortunately there are two more GPs after the USGP, so it's unlikely that he will have the title wrapped up before the USGP.
Could still happen though but it would have been cooler to see the already crowned World Champ Cairoli fight with the AMA champ Tomac

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