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Stewart leads Paris-Bercy line-up.

Former AMA Supercross champion and reigning AMA Motocross champion James Stewart leads the list of entries for the 26th edition of the Paris-Bercy Supercross, to be held in the French capital from November 7-9.

The newly signed Yamaha star might be making his debut in the famous end-of-season event, but the Floridian will be the clear favourite to lift the King of Bercy title - and lead USA to victory in the team fight.

Stewart's task will be aided by the absence of reigning Bercy champion Chad Reed, whom Stewart beat to victory last weekend at the US Open. The #7 will be joined by countrymen Justin Brayton, Josh Hill and Kevin Windham, with two riders still to announced.

The French team will be spearheaded by AMA rider David Vuillemin and reigning French Supercross champion Benjamin Coisy. The pair will be joined by Marvin Musquin, Nicolas Aubin, Steve Boniface and Eric Sorby.

Away from the racing, Swiss Mat Rebaud will headline the Freestyle Show, alongside friends Eigo Sato, the Pages brothers and 'Jey' Rouanet.


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