Repsol Honda Team rider Toni Bou has now been officially proclaimed TrialGP World Champion after finish the last round of the calendar in first position, here in Portugal.

The Repsol Honda Team rider needed only one point to mathematically sealed the TrialGP World Championship title, the 15th in the outdoor discipline and the 29th in his overall sporting career. But Toni Bou has added the 20 points of the winner and was more than enough to be proclaimed champion. Bou has won absolutely every trial title consecutively since 2007.

Elsewhere in the same event, Repsol Honda Team rider Takahisa Fujinami brought down the curtain on his career after 26 seasons in top-flight competition, having achieved one world title (2004), 34 wins and 355 participations.

A new press release and an update with all the event information will follow shortly, including results, more photos of the celebrations, podium, action and the quotes from the riders and team manager.

Location Information

Race format (until 2019) 15 sections x 2 laps
Race format (2021) 12 sections x 2 laps

Gouveia, Portugal - View in Google Maps


Podium 2019 Toni Bou (1) - Adam Raga (2) - Jorge Casales (3)
Podium 2018 Toni Bou - Jeroni Fajardo - Jaime Busto
Podium 2015 - day2- Toni Bou - Adam Raga - Albert Cabestany
Podium 2015 - day1- Toni Bou - Adam Raga - Jeroni Fajardo
Podium 2010 - day2- Takahisa Fujinami - Albert Cabestany - Adam Raga
Podium 2010 - day1- Toni Bou - Albert Cabestany - Adam Raga
Podium 2009 Toni Bou - Adam Raga - Albert Cabestany
Podium 2008 Toni Bou - Jeroni Fajardo - Adam Raga
Podium 2006 Takahisa Fujinami - Adam Raga - Dougie Lampkin