Na zijn indrukwekkende zege bij de laatste outdoor national in Iron Man is Jeffrey Herlings deze week hard aan het trainen op de Bakers Factory in Florida.

Met extreem hoge temperaturen met een luchtvochtigheid van 95 werkte hij op dinsdag zijn sessies af. Motocrossplanet was hierbij aanwezig en nam hier mooie beelden van op, alsook een reactie van Jeffrey en Joel Smets.

Only a few days before his home Grand Prix in Valkenswaard, Jeffrey Herlings was training in the sand in Boekel. Herlings was flying today and showed us that he is ready to win his 50th Grand Prix this weekend!

Jeffrey Herlings is working hard to be as fit as possible for the opening round of the season in Qatar at the end of February. We have a new movie of him riding on a deep sand track. Watch the movie below!

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Picture: Jan Jansen

Jeffrey Herlings tested the demanding Red Bull Knock Out track on the beach of Scheveningen. He was riding with a Go Pro helmcamera so you can have a good idea how heavy the track will be this weekend.

 

With only a few days to go before the first Grand Prix in Qatar we have our second movie with Jeffrey Herlings. The Dutchman is coming back after injury but says things are different now for him.

Watch some nice action shots and an interview with the Bullet below.

Jeffrey Herlings is back on the bike and he is preparing himself for the opening Grand Prix in Qatar. Motocrossplanet visited the two time World Champ last week and Spain and we made two movies of him. We now have part 1 for you which you can watch below!

Click here for a lot of pictures of Jeffrey training in Spain.

Jeffrey Herlings of the Red Bull KTM Factory Team is in Spain at the moment to prepare himself for the first GP of the season. After a badly broken femur which kept him of the bike for almost 6.5 Months he still has two weeks to be ready for Qatar.

Jeffrey Herlings has got the green light from his doctor to start riding again. Due to a broken femur he was of the bike for around seven months. After he visited the doctor he went straight to the track to do a few laps.

We have a short movie of his practice session.

Follow Jeffrey Herlings while he is working on his comeback at the RedBull trainingscentre in Thalgau. The young Dutchman broke his femur during the Everts & Friends Charity race in Genk.

6 Weeks later he tried to come back at the last GP in Mexico but during this intense effort he came up 4 points short on crowning himself WorldChampion for the 3rd time in a row! Now he is working for a strong comeback in 2015. Enjoy the video which Lars van Berkel put together.