LOÏC LARRIEU joins RIEJU FOR 2024 SEASON
FORMER WORLD ENDURO CHAMPION LOÏC LARRIEU INKS DEAL WITH RIEJU FOR 2024 SEASON
Renowned French rider Loïc Larrieu has officially joined forces with the esteemed Spanish brand Rieju for the upcoming 2024 Enduro season. Larrieu will be showcasing his skills in both the Enduro World Championship and the French Enduro Championship astride his MR 300 PRO.
Expressing his enthusiasm for the new collaboration, Larrieu shared his excitement about the fresh challenge and the opportunity to work closely with a factory team. Despite his French roots, Larrieu noted the proximity of the Rieju factory to his home and expressed confidence in a successful partnership.
Thrilled by the prospect of riding the MR 300 PRO, Larrieu acknowledged the need to fine-tune the bike’s settings to match his unique riding style. He conveyed his gratitude to Rieju, as well as individuals like Miquel and Andreu, for extending a warm welcome. Larrieu concluded by expressing eagerness to embark on this new adventure with the Rieju team.
In response to the signing, Miquel Garcia, Team Manager for Rieju, conveyed the team’s immense satisfaction with having Loïc Larrieu join the RIEJU Factory Team. Recognizing Larrieu’s extensive experience as a former world championship rider, Garcia expressed optimism about the positive impact Larrieu’s skills and expertise would bring to the team.
- Spain’s oldest active manufacturer. A family business with 100%-owned capital.
- It produces 20,000 vehicles/year in 38 different models.
- It exports 90% of its production to more than 35 countries. Direct distribution in Spain, Italy, France and the United Kingdom.
- A consolidated track record and experience in the sector, with more than 500,000 units manufactured.
- Since 2006 it’s been the market leader in Spain and Europe with a 32% market share (in 50 cc).
- Europe’s leading brand in low-capacity motorbikes with a gearbox.
- A pioneer in the production of custom motorbikes since 2006.
- Concerned about sustainability, it started producing electric motorbikes in 2010.