AMA stars David Vuillemin, Grant Langston and Stephane Roncada lead line-up for the 21st edition of the Paris-Bercy Supercross, to be held on November 7-9.

The event will once again feature a 125cc / three team format, which will pitch 12 French riders against an equal number from America and the 'rest of the world' - all racing for a purse that is second only to the US Open.

Although the reigning 125cc AMA SX champions will be missing - James 'Bubba' Stewart doesn't race overseas and Branden Jesseman is injured - Bercy will boast a considerable list of crowd pullers.

Leading the list will be home hero Vuillemin, the most successful rider in the history of Bercy with five overall class victories in the last six years.

"I'm stoked that Team Yamaha understood my need to race in front of my home crowd and obviously, becoming King again would be a positive step towards building confidence for the US SX anyway," said 'The Cobra' while inking his entry. "I will compete on a YZ250F (four-stroke) with help from Yamaha of Troy and there is no way I will let the 125 guys beat me!"

Heading the challengers for individual honours will be KTM's Grant Langston, the newly crowned 125 US National champion and 2002 King of Bercy, and Suzuki's Stephane Roncada.

In the team battle, America look likely to provide a stiff challenge to the home team with Bercy 2002 leg-winners Travis Preston and Chris Gosselaar signed to ride alongside former US National champ and Bercy veteran Mike Brown - who will be racing a Yamaha of Troy machine.

2003 East-West shootout winner Andrew Short, former Prince of Bercy Broc Sellards, plus Ivan Tedesco, Billy Laninovich, Kelly and Danny Smith, Josh Woods, Matt Walker and Josh Hansen complete the impressive US entry.

Besides Vuillemin and Roncada, France will count on its 'US' squad of Eric Sorby, Steve Boniface and Matt Lalloz, all seeking revenge after disspointing seasons in the AMA. They will be joined by 2002 World Champ Michael Maschio and fellow GP contenders Rodrig Thain, Pascal Leuret and Antoine Meo.

The 'rest of the world' team have traditionally struggled to match their French and American rivals, but this year feature the AMA regulars Joaquim Rodrigu?s, Craig Anderson (possibly Darryl Hurley) as well as Canadian champ Jean-Sebastien Roy. Joining them will be the likes of GP regulars Tyla Rattray, Marc Ristori, Tanel Leok.

As many as 10 different Nations are expected to be represented in the ROTW line-up, making a total of 12 different Nations represented at Bercy.

The Team classification sees the top 3 finishers per team, per night, added together to create an overall.

Bercy will also have two FMX demonstrations featuring Europeans Torronteras, Troux, Lamblin and Rebaud along with 'Mad' Mike Jones and at least one other big American name.

An 85cc mini-bike demo, pom-pom girls and lazer-shows will complete the very visual Bercy experience for what looks set to be an epic edition of Europe's Premier Supercross.