The 2011 Motocross of Nations that will take place on September 18th in France at the St Jean d’Angely circuit is beginning to take shape. Here are some of the teams selected thus far to compete for the coveted Chamberlain Trophy in September:

Team Germany

MX1: Max Nagl

MX2: Ken Roczen

MX3/Open: Marcus Schiffer

Team Puerto Rico

MX1: Luis Grana

MX2: Zach Osborne

MX3/Open: Jimmy Albertson

Team Australia

MX1: Chad Reed

MX2: Matt Moss

MX3/Open: Brett Metcalfe

Team United States

Team United States

MX1 MX3??: Ryan Villopoto

MX2: Blake Baggett

MX1 MX3??: Ryan Dungey

Team Belgium

Team Belgium

MX1: Clement Desalle (With Clement now injured it’s beginning to look like Strijbos will ride the MX1 class and Joel Roelants will fill in on a 350 in MX3.)

MX2: Jeremy Van Horebeek

MX3/Open: Kevin Strijbos

Team Great Britain

Team Great Britain

MX1: Brad Anderson

MX2: Dean Wilson

MX3/Open: Tommy Searle

Team France

Team France

MX1: Steven Frossard

MX2: Marvin Musquin

MX3/Open: Gautier Paulin

Team South Africa

Team South Africa

MX1: Tyla Rattray

MX2: Gareth Swanepoel

MX3/Open: Shannon Terreblanche

Team Holland

Team Holland

MX1: Marc de Reuver

MX2: Donny Bastemeijer

MX3/Open: Jeffrey Herlings

Team New Zealand

Team New Zealand

MX1: Joel Doeksen

MX2: Johnny Phillips

MX3/Open: Keiren Schelle

Team Ireland

Team Ireland

MX1: Martin Barr

MX2: Stuart Edmonds

MX3/Open: Richard Bird

Team Sweden

Team Sweden

MX1: Fredrik Noren

MX2: Flip Bengtsson

MX3/Open: Tom Soderstrom

Team Spain

Team Spain

MX1: Jonathan Barragan

MX2: Jose Butron

MX3/Open: Carlos Campano

Team Latvia

Team Latvia

MX1: Ivo Steinberg

MX2: Matiss Karro

MX3/Open: Davis Ivanovs

Team Japan

Team Japan

Yoshitaka Atsuda

Takuya Mihara

Hiroaki Arai

Team Italy

Team Italy

MX1: Tony Cairoli

MX2: Alessadro Lupino

MX3/Open: TBA  – Most think it will be Davide Guarneri

Team Denmark

Team Denmark

Nicolai Hansen

Stefan Olsen

Nikolaj Larsen