Pablo Quintanilla 7

Pablo Quintanilla (Viña del Mar, Chile, December 10, 1986) is one of the most experienced Monster Energy Honda Team riders.
Quintanilla started to participate in motocross championships together with his brothers at the end of the 1990s, especially in 2001, when he won the Latino MX1 in Guatemala, where he was crowned Latin American 85 c.c. and Chilean 125 c.c. champion at only 15 years of age.

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Ricky Brabec 9

Ricky Brabec’s life took a radical turn when desert races became popular in the United States. His interest in bike racing, or more specifically desert racing, grew quickly and his incredible talent led to a fast improvement in riding skills too.

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Skyler Howes 10

Third place in Saudi Arabia last January, Skyler became the 5th American to ever finish on the overall podium of the Dakar Rally. Since his first success in 2008, when he was crowned USRA 125 Desert Champion, Howes has collected a total of 54 race wins.

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Adrien Van Beveren 42

Born on February 4, 1991 in Hazebrouck, France, Adrien Van Beveren had a successful motocross career before joining the raid rally racing. A specialist in sand, he won the mythical Touquet Enduro three times in a row – at that time he became known as the “Little Prince”.

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Tosha Schareina 68

A 28-year-old individual hailing from Valencia, Spain, entered the realm of motorcycle racing under the influence of his uncle. Initially involved in Motocross, he subsequently transitioned to enduro and is presently actively participating in rally competitions.

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