Chad Reed continued his sweep of the 25th running of the Bercy Supercross and walked away with the “King of Bercy” title after finishing the weekend with an almost perfect score winning all but one of his 18 races.

Fellow Yamaha rider Grant Langston ended the event in second overall, while Honda’s Andrew Short was third.

Shorty’s US teammates Josh Grant, Justin Brayton and Michael Brown came on strong with fourth, fifth and sixth place finishes, respectively, giving the Americans the team title, ahead of the “Rest of the World” team and Team France.

Results:

SUNDAY: 1. Chad Reed (Yam); 2. Grant Langston (Yam); 3. Andrew Short (Hon); 4. Josh Grant (Hon); 5. Justin Brayton (KTM); 6. Mike Brown (Hon); 7. Gautier Paulin (Kaw); 8. Cyrille Coulon (Hon); 9. Marvin Musquin (Kaw); 10. Stephan Demartis (kaw); 11. Nicolas Aubin (Hon); 12. Cedric Soubeyras (Kaw); 13. Eric Sorby (Kaw); 14. Jeremy Van Horebeek (KTM); 15. Benjamin Coisy (Hon).

KING OF BERCY: 1. Chad Reed (6); 2. Grant Langston (14); 3. Andrew Short (19); 4. Josh Grant (39); 5. Justin Brayton (43).

TEAM CHALLENGE: 1. USA 12; 2. Rest of World 19; 3. France 24.

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Shan Moore | Contributing Editor

Moore covers all facets of off-road racing for Cycle News – from AMA Supercross and Motocross to GNCC and National Hare Scrambles events.

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