Jolene Van Vugt: Would You?

Jolene Van Vugt: Would You?

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Jolene Van Vugt: Would You?

Our Would You? candidate this week is as legitimate as they get in their respective sport.  She dominates.  She rules.  She owns.  She’s part of a popular TV show about motocross.  She’s one of the top motocross riders in the world.  This week’s Would You? is motocross superstar Jolene Van Vugt.

Jolene Van Vugt is a Canadian whose father was a motocross racer.   Perhaps the most amazing of all her accomplishments is becoming the first female to pull a backflip on a full-sized dirt bike.  In addition to her accomplishments on a dirt bike, Van Vugt is also one of the stars of the TV show Nitro Circus.  Van Vugt has the fantastic combination of being incredibly athletic while possessing a smoking hot body.

Pros: She’s fun, she’s hot, and she can crush you.  That last part may fit better into the con category.

Cons: With motocross chicks, you’re not done with them.  They’re done with you.

Jolene Van Vugt: Would You?

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