Glenn Coldenhoff: Unfinished Business

Glenn Coldenhoff is like fine wine; he just gets better with age. His back-to-back class wins at the last two Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations events and 3rd overall in the highly competitive MXGP class in 2019 cement those facts, and after switching from KTM to GasGas for 2020, the motocross fraternity expected big things from ‘The Hoff’.

However, his season was bookended by injuries and his rise towards the top step was temporarily halted. Needless to say, his move to the highly coveted Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP team during the recent off-season will no doubt provide bucket loads of enthusiasm for the amiable Holland native and as he prepares to line up on the mesh, MXGP Magazine caught up with the ‘259’ to see how he is getting to grips with his new surroundings.

Check out the full interview in the latest issue of MXGP Magazine. Read it HERE!


Photo Copyright: Bavo Swijgers / Yamaha Racing

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