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U.S. Open Supercross rider list released

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The final rider line-up for the 2005 AMA-sanctioned U.S. Open Supercross to be staged at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas this weekend (October 7 & 8). "This year's U.S. Open not only has a loaded 250cc class, but an equally talented 125cc line-up ‰ÛÒ with riders such as former 125cc supercross champion Stephane Roncada and factory Honda's Andrew Short," said Todd Jendro, senior director of operations, Clear Channel Entertainment - Motorsports. Notably, last years champion Chad Reed is missing from the lineup. Reed withdrew due to current injuries. Regular supercross front runner Kevin Windham will not compete. 2005 US Open Confirmed Riders

250cc
Tommy Hofmaster
Ricky Carmichael
James Stewart
Mike LaRocco
Ernesto Fonseca
Tyler Evans
Jason Thomas
Michael Byrne
Nick Wey
Ryan Clark
Kyle Lewis
Jeff Gibson
Keith Johnson
Justin Buckelew
Jeff Willoh
Cole Siebler
Doug Dehaan
Ted Campbell
Daniel Blair
Rodrig Thain
Jiri Dostal
Juice Laansoo
James Povolny

125cc
Chad Ward
Sean Hamblin
Andrew Short
Greg Schnell
Billy Laninovich
Brett Metcalfe
Ryan Sipes
Broc Hepler
Tommy Hahn
Tom Hofmaster
Stephane Roncada
Jake Weimer
Brad Ripple
Dennis Ewing
Bobby Kiniry
Turbo Reif
Logan Darien
Nick Evennou
Ty Morrow
Josh Hanson
Kyle Mace
Charles Castloo
Kyle Phenix
Tiger Lacey
Alejandro Rojas

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