Rosters for upcoming international races

Related:
Create New Tag

10/29/2018 4:58 PM

Eric Peronnard fired over a list of some of the stars that you can expect at the upcoming off-season races in Paris, Barcelona, Geneva, and Torino. Should be some good racing (and freesytle).

Paris Supercross
(Saturday, November 17 - Sunday, November 18)
Racers
Jason Anderson
Marvin Musquin
Zach Osborne
Justin Brayton
Dylan Ferrandis
Tyler Bowers
Vince Friese

FMX
Jarryd McNeil

Barcelona Supercross
(Saturday, November 17)
Racers
Josh Grant
Malcolm Stewart

Geneva Supercross
(Friday, November 30 - Saturday, Dec 1)
Racers
Vince Friese
Cole Seely
Aaron Plessinger
Zach Osborne
Justin Brayton
Justin Barcia
Dylan Ferrandis
Malcolm Stewart
Christian Craig
Valentin Guillod

FMX
Kyle Demelo
Mat Rebaud
Brice Izzo
Jeremy Stenberg
Fred Kryiilos

Torino Supercross, Italy
(Saturday, December 15th)
Racers
Cole Seely
Ricky Carmichael
Malcolm Stewart
Justin Brayton

FMX
Axell Hodges
Jarryd McNeil

|

10/29/2018 5:03 PM

Cole Seely racing RC??

|

10/29/2018 5:24 PM

Justin Brayton getting the frequent flyer miles up:
Aus X open - 10th & 11th November
Paris SX - 17th & 18th November
NZ SX open - 24th November (Can only find this mentioned in the Chad Reed Press release for the event)
Geneva SX - 30th November and 1st December

Then Torino on the 15th December, Justin getting into the grind super early

|

10/29/2018 5:34 PM
Edited Date/Time: 10/29/2018 5:35 PM

colintrax wrote:

Cole Seely racing RC??

Last year at Geneva, RC was more of an ambassador/emcee. He also raced Josh Hill in a four-stroke vs. electric demo each night. I'd expect that he'll fill the same type of role here.

|

10/29/2018 5:40 PM
Edited Date/Time: 10/29/2018 5:43 PM

Wow...I don't remember any of our SX "top dogs" going to the Euro SX races. I knew they had been getting pretty popular but to get Anderson, Musquin, etc....somebody is throwing money around. I like it. Or maybe I never paid attention.

|

If it ain't yer's don't take it, If it ain't the truth dont say it, If it ain't right don't do it...Marcus Aurelius

10/29/2018 5:56 PM

I wonder if Mookie can pull down 100k in start money at those 3 events ?

|

10/29/2018 9:32 PM

plowboy wrote:

Wow...I don't remember any of our SX "top dogs" going to the Euro SX races. I knew they had been getting pretty popular but to get Anderson, Musquin, etc....somebody is throwing money around. I like it. Or maybe I never paid attention.

It seems we always have/never stopped. I'm going with you never paid attention, because that is pretty much where I am. I think in the 90's those races got more attention than they do now?? I am not of much help though, as I don't watch much of anything SX now days.

|

10/29/2018 10:15 PM
Edited Date/Time: 10/29/2018 10:16 PM

plowboy wrote:

Wow...I don't remember any of our SX "top dogs" going to the Euro SX races. I knew they had been getting pretty popular but to get Anderson, Musquin, etc....somebody is throwing money around. I like it. Or maybe I never paid attention.

The heavy hitters have been going to Bercy/Paris since the 80s. RJ, Stanton, JMB, MC, RC, James, Barcia, Eli...The only two I don't ever remember seeing on the roster were RV and Dungey. Doesn't mean they never went, I just don't recall seeing them on the list.

|

10/29/2018 11:03 PM

Seely vs Malcolm on Honda’s will be interesting

|

10/30/2018 12:33 AM

plowboy wrote:

Wow...I don't remember any of our SX "top dogs" going to the Euro SX races. I knew they had been getting pretty popular but to get Anderson, Musquin, etc....somebody is throwing money around. I like it. Or maybe I never paid attention.

In the late eighties early nineties, a lot of the top American riders came to england.
Rick Johnson, Jonny o'mara , jeff ward, Larry ward, David pingree, broc glover.
Jermery McGrath debuted his Yamaha ride in Sheffield in 97! Damon Bradshaw rode a honda that evening.
Also back then the GP riders used to ride Davey stribos, pedtro tragter etc.

|

10/30/2018 1:51 AM

What about AUS-X Open?

Is it just
-Reed
-Anderson
-Wilson
-Brayton
?

|

James = #7. Malcolm = #27
7/27=0.259259259259259259259
Stewart return confirmed!

10/30/2018 2:14 AM

good for Malcolm

|

10/30/2018 8:01 AM

A shame that Paris and Barcelona are the same weekend. You'd think maybe they could spread these events out and attract more riders to each event.

|