Toni Bou wins the opening round of the 2021 season in Italy. Takahisa Fujinami is victorious in Race 2, with Bou finishing second.
The TrialGP World Championship gets underway this coming weekend in Italy. Toni Bou and Takahisa Fujinami, the two Repsol Honda Team riders, are poised to tackle a new season with many fresh challenges in store for both of them.
The 28-time Trial World Champion underwent the operation on Wednesday afternoon at the Mi Tres Torres Clinic in Barcelona, after suffering a fall while training
Repsol Honda Team rider faced a tough test in the kitchen with chef Nandu Jubany, in a double challenge that also included a Trial master class taught in exchange.
The two companies, who have won 36 world titles since beginning their journey together in 2004, extend their agreement for another season.
The 28-time Trial World Champion will continue with the Repsol Honda Team until 2024, reaching 18 seasons together.
This month, Toni Bou and Takahisa Fujinami take part in the Indoor Trial World Championship. How is this particular category scored?
After winning his fourteenth outdoor trial world title, the Repsol Honda Team rider answers a 28-question questionnaire, matching the number of World Championships that he has won over the course of his career to date.
2020 was far from a bad year for Repsol Honda Trial Team with twin title wins for Toni Bou, the second sealed at the Italian TrialGP, which the champion dominated after overcoming numerous hindrances.
The Repsol Honda rider talks about his lesser known side in this interview. A one-of-a-kind rider that just keeps on winning world championship titles: 28 to be exact