Justin Barcia, Jeremy Martin and Cooper Webb have been selected to represent the United States at this year’s Motocross of Nations on Sept. 26-27, in Ernee, France.
Toyota/Yamaha/JGRMX's Justin Barcia will race in the MX1 class, Yamalube/Star Racing/Yamaha's Jeremy Martin will race in the MX2 class and Martin's teammate Cooper Webb will race a 450 in the Open class.
AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Legend Roger DeCoster will once again manage the team as it strives to secure the world championship, as they try to win back that Chamberlain Cup, which has eluded the U.S. for the last few years.
Barcia's competed in the MXoN in 2012, and is the 2010 and 2011 AMA Supercross 250SX East Champion, the 2012 Monster Energy Cup Champion, and has won several international races such as the Genoa Supercross in Italy and two King of Bercy titles in Paris, France.
Meanwhile, Martin had a tough rookie experience at the race last year, breaking his foot in the qualifying race. The 2014 AMA Lucas Oil Pro Motocross 250 class champion ready to put that bad luck behind him and claim a win for the team.
Webb will be a rookie at this year's event. He is the defending AMA Supercross 250SX West champion and the 2012 Monster Energy Cup Amateur All-Star Champion. In his amateur days, he won three AMA Motocross National Championships at Loretta Lynn Ranch.
The United States last won the FIM Motocross of Nations in 2011 when the event was held in Saint D'Angely, France. The United States is the all-time leader in FIM Motocross of Nations overall team victories with 22.