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Contact: James Holter
Phone: (614) 856-1900, EXT. 1280
E-mail: jholter@ama-cycle.org

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Confirmed rider list for the U.S. Round of the FIM World Trials Championship

May 01, 2013

The following riders have signed up to participate in the FIM World Trials Round in Sequatchie, Tenn., on May 25-26. For more information on attending this exciting event, download the event flier http://www.americanmotorcyclist.com/Libraries/Racing_Documents/FIM_WORLD_TRIALS.sflb.ashx?download=true 

Pro Class

Junior Class

125cc Class

Toni Bou, Spain

Monet Francesc, Spain

Bradley Cox, Great Britain

Adam Raga, Spain

Pol Tarres, Spain

Aaron Thistle, United States

Jeroni Fejardo, Spain

Jorge Casales, Spain

Carles De Caudenberg, France

Albert Cabestany, Spain

Maxime Warenghien, Belgium

Pietro Petrangeli, Italy

Takahisa Fujinami, Japan

Cedric Tempier, France

Timo Myohanen, Finland

James Dabil, Great Britain

Hakon Pedersen, Norway

Martin Matejicek, Czech. Republic

Jack Challoner, Great Britain

Carles Traviesa, Spain

Declan Bullock, Great Britain

Daniel Oliveras, Spain

Kyle Middleton, Australia

Ignacio Martin, Spain

Michael Brown, Great Britain

Steven Coquelin, France

Nacho Fernandez, Madrid

Matteo Grattarola, Italy

Jonathan Richardson, Great Britain

Kenny Thomas, France

Pere Borellas, Spain

Sverre Lundevold, Norway

Gabriele Giarba, Italy

Alexander Ferreer, France

Filippo Locca, Italy

Benoit Dagnicourt, France

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