Wrapping up his debut season for the Outsiders Yamaha Official Enduro 2 Team with an impressive third in the 2016 Enduro 2 World Championship, Loïc Larrieu steps up a gear to attack the premier EnduroGP category of the 2017 series.
Following a successful, decade-long career in motocross the Frenchman made the switch to enduro racing in 2013. In his debut enduro season Larrieu won the Junior title at the French Enduro Championship while also competing as a member of France’s winning Junior team at the International Six Days Enduro in Italy.
After a third place finish in the Junior class of the World Championship in 2014 Larrieu made the jump to the senior Enduro 2 class the following year. With two third place results he ended 2015 fifth overall in Enduro 2. Landing his first senior French Enduro Championship title and also winning the outright classification on day five of the ISDE were among Larrieu’s 2015 season highlights.
2016 was Loïc’s first season aboard WR450F machinery and it proved to be the most successful of his career so far. Claiming two class victories and a total of eight top three results in 2016 the Frenchman is fired up for more podium topping success in 2017.