Cabestany Trial E World Champion 2019

Albert Cabestany has been proclaimed 2019 Trial-E World Champion, a category reserved for electric trial motorcycles. He has done so at the controls of a Gas Gas TXE, which already won the title in 2018 and 2017 with Loris Gubian

Albert Cabestany returns to the World Cup with Gas Gas

Just a year after announcing his retirement, Albert Cabestany announces that he will put on a bib again to compete in the Trial World Championship, but with nuances compared to his previous career as a professional rider. Albert Cabestany’s new

Interview with Cabestany after announcing his retirement

Albert Cabestany announced a few days ago that he was retiring as a professional Trial rider. After more than two decades dedicated to motorcycling, he takes a break to continue linked to the discipline but carrying out other tasks. We

Albert Cabestany announces his retirement

This morning, the Tarragona rider Albert Cabestany announced his retirement as a professional trial rider after 22 seasons. Albert Cabestany has been one of the most important pilots in the world during these more than 2 decades, and his track

Cabestany will not be in the official Beta 2019 team

The Italian brand has made public its plans for 2019, where veteran Albert Cabestany, fifth in the 2018 TrialGP World Championship, does not have a place as an official Beta Motor rider. Through a discreet publication on Beta Motor’s official

Albert Cabestany at the controls of a Beta in 2018

Albert Cabestany , current number seven in the world and one of the best riders valued in the last two decades, was unclear about his professional future in recent weeks, but he has finally formalized a contract with Beta to

Albert Cabestany clarifies his future options

Albert Cabestany is in the sights of all trial enthusiasts and riders. A consecrated rider with more than 20 seasons in the World Championship and a great candidate for victory in every race, but with a professional situation that, due

Victory for Cabestany and title for Bou at CET in Andorra

Toni Bou has been proclaimed absolute Spanish Champion for the ninth time after being second in the Andorran town of Sant Julià de Lòria; headquarters again of the SPEA RFME Spanish Trial Championship two years later. Albert Cabestany took the