Steve Ramon

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Steve Ramon
MX international Côte d'Or 2015 - Podium-16.jpg
NationalityBelgian
Born29 December 1979 (1979-12-29) (age 39)
Bruges, Belgium
Motocross career
Years active1996 - 2011
TeamsSuzuki
Championships2003 MX2 FIM Motocross World Champion , 2007 MX1 FIM Motocross World Champion
GP debut1996, GP da Bélgica, 125cc

Steve Ramon (born 29 December 1979 in Bruges) is a Belgian former professional motocross racer.

Ramon was the 2003 MX2-GP World Champion. He repeated as MX1-GP world champion in 2007 although he did not win a single GP in that year.[1] Ramon raced for the Teka Suzuki team managed by former world champion Eric Geboers and his brother Sylvain Geboers, until an injury ended his GP career in 2011. He also won the Belgian national championship in 1999 (in the 125cc category), 2004 and 2006 (both in the MX1-GP category). In 2014 Ramon ended third at the Le Touquet beach race in France.

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Stefan Everts
World Champion - MX1
2007
Succeeded by
David Philippaerts