Marvin Musquin

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Marvin Musquin
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Musquin in 2008
Nationality French
Born December 30, 1989 (1989-12-30) (age 27)
La Reole, France
Motocross career
Years active 2005 - present
Teams Honda, KTM Current: KTM redbull

MX2-GP - 2009, 2010,

2015: 250cc Monster Energy Supercross East Champion, 250cc Monster Energy Supercross Shootout Champion.
GP debut 2005, GP of Germany, Teutschenthal, MX1

Marvin Musquin (born December 30, 1989 in La Reole, France) is a French professional motocross racer.

In 2004, Musquin won the European Motocross Championship in the 85cc class. He followed this by winning the 2006 125cc Junior World Championship. He competed on a privateer Honda in the 2008 F.I.M. MX2-GP world championship, finishing in 14th place.

Musquin won the 2009 F.I.M. MX2-GP World Championship and, successfully defended his title in 2010 while riding for the KTM factory racing team managed by former world champion Stefan Everts.[1][2]

Since 2011, Musquin has competed in the 250cc class of the AMA Motocross Championship, finishing the 2013 season in third place overall. In 2014 he won the first Red Bull Straight Rhythm in the 250cc class. In 2015 he won the East Coast Supercross 250MX class Championship. Musquin was also a member of the victorious French 2015 Motocross des Nations team that included Gautier Paulin and Romain Febvre.[3]


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