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The pinnacle of motocross racing will bring the best riders and teams from around the world to RedBud, USA, for the 2022 Motocross of Nations on the 24th and 25th September.

The Monster Energy Motocross of Nations is just a month away and as you know, its time to talk shit about the opposition teams and countries. Bring on the next 30 or so days as the final rounds of the AMA and FIM championships are run and the best riders in the World can head to USA to battle Team USA. Below are most of the teams and all the teams selected at this moment.

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No doubt, defending champions with Antonio Cairoli racing probably his final professional race with a number one, it is a special moment, but can the Italian’s fight off the Dutch, American, Australian and French teams?

2022 Monster Energy Motocross of Nations – Entries

Italy

Antonio Cairoli MXGP (KTM)

Andrea Adamo MX2 (GasGas)

Mattia Guadagnini Open (GasGas)

Netherlands

Glenn Coldenhoff MXGP (Yamaha)

Kay de Wolf MX2 (Husqvarna)

Calvin Vlaanderen Open (Yamaha)

France

Maxime Renaux MXGP (Yamaha)

Marvin Musquin MX2 (KTM)

Dylan Ferrandis Open (Yamaha)

Belgium

Jago Geerts MXGP (Yamaha)

Liam Everts MX2 (KTM)

Jeremy Van Horebeek Open (Beta)

Estonia

Harri Kullas MXGP (Yamaha)

Jörgen-Matthias Talviku MX2 (Husqvarna)

Tanel Leok MX2 (Husqvarna)

Switzerland

Jeremy Seewer MXGP (Yamaha)

Kevin Brumann MX2 (Yamaha)

Valentin Guillod Open (Yamaha)

Germany

Maximilian Nagl MXGP (Husqvarna)

Simon Längenfelder MX2 (GasGas)

Tom Koch Open (KTM)

Finland

Miro Sihvonen MXGP (Honda)

Emil Weckman MX2 (Honda)

Jere Haavisto Open (KTM)

Lithuania

Arminas Jasikonis MXGP (Yamaha)

Dovydas Karka MX2 (Yamaha)

Domantas Jazdauskas Open (GasGas)

Canada

Dylan Wright MXGP (Honda)

Ryder McNabb MX2 (Honda)

Tyler Medaglia Open (GasGas)

Latvia

Kārlis Sabulis MXGP (Husqvarna)

Kārlis Alberts Reišulis MX2 (Yamaha)

Toms Macuks Open (KTM)

Spain

Jorge Prado MXGP (GasGas)

Guillem Farres MX2 (KTM)

Rubén Fernández Open (Honda)

South Africa

Tristan Purdon MXGP (KTM)

Camden McLellan MX2 (KTM)

Cameron Durow Open (KTM)

Ireland

Martin Barr MXGP (Husqvarna)

John Meara MX2 (KTM)

Jason Meara Open (Kawasaki)

USA

Eli Tomac MXGP (Yamaha)

Justin Cooper MX2 (Yamaha)

Chase Sexton Open (Honda)

Australia

Mitchell Evans MXGP (Honda)

Hunter Lawrence MX2 (Honda)

Jett Lawrence Open (Honda)

New Zealand

Rhys Carter MXGP (Yamaha)

Brodie Connolly MX2 (Yamaha)

Josiah Natzke Open (Kawasaki)

Brazil

Ramyller Alves MXGP (KTM)

Enzo Lopes MX2 (Yamaha)

Fábio Santos Open (Yamaha)

Japan

Kainosuke Oshiro MXGP (Honda)

Jo Shimoda MX2 (Kawasaki)

Kota Toriyabe Open (Yamaha)

Norway

Cornelius Tøndel MXGP (Fantic)

Kevin Horgmo MX2 (Kawasaki)

Håkon Østerhagen Open (Fantic)

Mexico

Félix López MXGP (Husqvarna)

Arturo Humberto Fierro MX2 (Kawasaki)

Jorge Rubalcava Open (Husqvarna)

Chile

Benjamín Garib MXGP (Yamaha)

Hardy Muñoz MX2 (Kawasaki)

Matías Pavez Open (GasGas)

Great Britain

Dean Wilson MXGP (Husqvarna)

Max Anstie MX2 (Honda)

Tommy Searle Open (Honda)

As the 2022 teams are starting to be announced, we will continue to keep this entry list updated with latest information.

23 teams have been announced for the 2022 Motocross of Nations so far.

All teams are provisional and may change prior to the race weekend. Rider numbers will be announced near the time of the event.

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