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Professional Motorbikers and their favorite bikes from track

In this article, we will take a look at the professional motorbikers and their favorite bikes from the track. We have included 10 Motorbikers in this list.

Last updated: 26.08.2022
Professional Motorbikers and their favorite bikes from track

In this article, we will take a look at the professional motorbikers and their favorite bikes from the track. We have included 10 Motorbikers in this list.

Valentino Rossi, Yamaha M1

Valentino does not consider his bike to be merely a metal and carbon construction. When he thinks he is alone in the garage at night, he frequently converses with his Yamaha M1.


Marc Marquez, the Honda RC213V-S

A few riders have been using superbikes to practice for the upcoming season on the track over the past few weeks while they awaited the start of the Qatar Test.

Superbikes are frequently used as training machines by MotoGPTM riders during the off-season, but one bike always stands out from the rest because it exudes a little bit more of the MotoGPTM vibe than the others.

Many Honda riders have started using the Honda RC213V-S as a training bike when it was released in 2015, none more recently than Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team).

The RC213V-S is a very, very special superbike, if you were to summarize it. In the six years since its release, we have seen a large number of riders use it as a training bike since it applies the best of MotoGPTM to the road.

The S model boasts a rigid chassis that is slim and light due to the V4 engine, giving riders the closest experience to riding a true GP bike outside of actually riding one.


Hiroshi Aoyama, Interwetten Honda

In order to prepare for his move up, Aoyama used an RC212V that he had already tested in Valencia and Sepang when he approached the Interwetten Honda MotoGP Team in 2010.


John McPhee, the FR 250 GP

In 2022, John McPhee started working with Husqvarna Motorcycles and the Sterilgarda Max Racing Team. With John competing in the FR 250 GP in the global championship, the team has accomplished a lot in a short period of time.


Fabio Quartararo, Petronas Yamaha

Fabio Quartararo has emerged as the season's surprise package by riding his Petronas Yamaha in a manner reminiscent of Jorge Lorenzo's when he was a rider for the Japanese manufacturer.

When he originally entered the premier class in 2013, the Repsol Honda rider faced up against Lorenzo, who stayed with Yamaha until the end of 2016 before switching to Ducati for a two-year stint.


Jorge Lorenzo, the YZR-M1

When they faced off this season, Quartararo reminded Marquez of the renowned flowing and fast-cornering Lorenzo, who won three world titles with Yamaha and defeated Marquez in 2015.


Jack Miller, Ducati

Jack Miller, who is currently working with the Ducati Lenovo Team, will be moving on after signing a two-year factory contract with KTM.


He is making his first appearance at the Austrian marquee since his Moto3TM days in 2014, and he will be joined by Brad Binder in an interesting lineup (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing).

One of the MotoGPTM world's most famous figures, with his pranks, shenanigans, and shoeys well recorded in the paddock.


Casey Stoner, Ducati Desmosedici GP7

On the Ducati Desmosedici GP7, Casey won the MotoGP championship in 2007.

Clearly, Casey Stoner's signing at the end of the 2006 season was crucial to Ducati's outstanding 2007 season.


Max Biaggi, RSV4

The Aprilia RSV4 vehicle is a recent creation of Max Biaggi. With Aprilia Racers Days 2018, the RSV4 took advantage of the sixteenth competition of the year to create legendary Aprilia chapters.

Max Biaggi during the Aprilia Racers Day at Mugello said, “Fantastic! Of course, the things we did when we were racing cannot be repeated, but with this bike you really go fast and Loris still has his style, so it was like taking a ride down memory lane.

This RSV4 is a bike made for the track. It felt like I was back on my SBK. You really go fast and it is a lot of fun. An experience to repeat.”


Dani Pedrosa, Repsol Honda

Dani Pedrosa put up his strongest performance of the year—possibly the best of his MotoGPTM career—at the Gran Premio Movistar de Aragon.

The Aragon GP demonstrated why Dani Pedrosa is still among the best in MotoGPTM and why he not only merits his position with Repsol Honda.

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