Loïc Larrieu

Wrapping up his second season for the Outsiders Yamaha Official Enduro Team with an impressive runner-up in the 2017 EnduroGP World Championship and the outright victory at the International Six Days Enduro, Loïc Larrieu steps up a gear looking for championship honours at the 2018 Enduro 2 World Championship.

Following a successful, decade-long career in motocross the Frenchman made the switch to enduro racing in 2013. 2016 was Loïc’s first season aboard WR450F machinery and it proved to be highly successful. Claiming two class victories and a total of eight top three results the Frenchman finished third in the 2016 Enduro 2 World Championship.

In 2017, Larrieu enjoyed the most successful season of his career so far. Collecting one victory and another seven podium results, the WR450F powered rider finished second in the 2017 EnduroGP World Championsip. A member of France’s International Six Days Enduro winning team, Loïc raced his WR450F to the top of the event’s individual overall standings.

Entering his third season aboard the Outsiders Yamaha Official Enduro Team’s WR450F machine, Larrieu has his eyes set on battling for the coveted 2018 Enduro 2 World Championship title.