Ahead of this weekend’s opening round of the 2024 Italian Enduro Championship, March 9-10 in Cavaglia, Honda RedMoto Racing World Enduro Team have officially unveiled their five-rider squad for the upcoming EnduroGP World Championship season.

The headline act you already know, EnduroGP World Champion Steve Holcombe signed with the official Honda team at the end of 2023.

After a very full winter of training, testing and bike development, Holcombe will aim at a repeat performance to claim the “Assoluti” Italian overall title and the EnduroGP crown.

The big change for the British rider is not just the switch to the Honda machine but the change to the new Honda RedMoto CRF 250RX Enduro, making a debut in the E1 class.


Holcombe is joined by Thomas Oldrati on the CRF 250RX Enduro with the old dog hoping to claim yet another Italian title – Thomas has 12 in his career so far.


Samuele Bernardini will race the Honda-RedMoto CRF 300RX Enduro in the 450 4-stroke class in Italian enduro, where he claimed second position of 2023. He will also fight in the E2 World Championship.


Reigning 2023 Junior Italian champion Manolo Morettini is in his second season with the team and will again aim for the same and the Enduro Junior World Championship.


After the team victory in the E-Xplore World Cup with Team Honda HRC in Osaka, Japan, Francesca Nocera starts the ’24 season with two goals: to regain the Italian Women’s title and to win the Enduro Women’s World Championship.


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