The 2023 TrialGP World Championship will hold its opening event on April 14th in Spain. The city of Arteixo, in Galicia, will host the start of the new season.
Toni Bou, who has more than 100 victories in this discipline, will attempt to retain the title again. The Repsol Honda Trial Team rider closed last season with a victory in Italy, and in 2023 he has 3 wins from 4 races in the X-Trial World Championship.
Teammate Gabriel Marcelli, will be competing in his second TrialGP season with the Repsol Honda Trial Team. The young talent, who has achieved several podiums in the X-Trial World Championship and is third in the overall standings of the indoor series, will target his first victory on the outdoor stage, and is competing in his native Galicia this weekend.
Changes have been made to the TrialGP regulations that include limiting the use of assistants to 6 of the 12 zones. In addition, there are limits to the time that the mechanics have to set up the bikes between the races on Saturday and Sunday.
The TrialGP World Championship calendar will consist of 7 rounds. After Arteixo, the riders will compete again in Gouveia (Portugal), Motegi (Japan), Baldasserrona (San Marino), Sant Julià de Lòria (Andorra), Sestriere (Italy) and Vertolaye (France).