The Repsol Honda Trial Team is ready for the 2022 season

Indoor competition reopens the Trial season. The FIM X-Trial World Championship kicks off the 2022 season with a renewed Repsol Honda Trial Team in which its riders aspire to everything in the competitions in which they will take part. The brand has highlighted that the pre-season work “has been very intense but fruitful”, and both the bikes and the team are already in a position to squeeze themselves in the different competitions that await them.

Reigning World
Champion Toni Bou
continues to spearhead the Repsol Honda Team. After winning 30 world titles last October, the rider will be looking to extend his extensive record this season with more victories, of which 125 outdoors and 69 indoors can already be counted.

Along with Bou, the Repsol Honda Team, this year will be made up of Gabriel Marcelli, who had just turned 22 years old, Trial 2 World Champion In 2019, he was the breakout driver in the top category in the 2020 season and concluded last year, being third in the Spanish Championship y fourth in the X-Trial World Championship, closing the championship with a second place at the Palau Sant Jordi of Barcelona. This year the champion Toni Bou will participate with the number 1 number on his kit and Gabriel Marcelli will wear the 38.

Fujinami, after his long and successful career as a driver, and hung up his boots at the end of the last 2021 World Championship, Fujinami is the new head of the Repsol team.

The X-Trial World Championship, this Friday

The indoor event, which begins on March 11 in Nice, has a total of six events, three in France, Nice, Chalon-sur-Saône and a third city yet to be confirmed, two in Spain: Madrid and Barcelona and another race in the Principality of Andorra.

gabriel marcelli repsol honda team trial 2022
Gabriel Marcelli, new signing for Repsol Honda Team
Toni Bou trial 2022
Toni Bou will be looking to add to his trophy cabinet of 30 world titles

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