This is for the little ones at home! We’ll be publishing the six world champion motorbikes on this page.
Download them, colour them in using the bike’s original colours, and ask your parents to share them on social media with the hashtag #LittleBoxRepsolFans, so we can all see how talented you are.
Honda RC213V (2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019)
In the 2013 season, Marc Márquez moved on to MotoGP after achieving the title in Moto2 with Repsol. He made up a great team with Dani Pedrosa. With the RC213V, Marc achieved the title in his rookie year and did it again in 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019.
Honda RC212V (2011)
Casey Stoner joined the Repsol Honda Team in 2011. During his first year with the Repsol colours, the Australian was able to link his aggressive riding style with a machine perfectly developed by Honda and Repsol.
Honda RC211V (2006)
For many seasons, Nicky Hayden knew what it was like to ride the Honda RC211V. Finally, in 2006, he was able to get the most out of it and obtain the world title.
Honda RC211V (2002 and 2003)
Valentino Rossi is, without a doubt, one of the great legends of the History of Motorcycling. During the 2002 and 2003 seasons, the Italian rider achieved both world titles with the Repsol colours on the Honda RC211V.
Honda NSR 500 (1999)
Another rider, in addition to Mick Doohan, fans relate to the NSR500 is Álex Crivillé. His World Championship title in ‘99 was an historic milestone for Spanish motorcycling.
Honda NSR 500 (1995-1998)
The rider Mick Doohan’s name will always be tied to this legendary motorbike. With five world championship titles under his belt, the Australian rider won four of those titles donning the colours of the Repsol Honda Team.