First look at Rieju’s new signing for the 2024 EnduroGP World Championship in action, former world champion and ISDE winner Loic Larrieu steps back into the big time on the MR 300 Pro.

Absent from EnduroGP for a couple of seasons, multiple French enduro champion, ISDE winner and former world champion Loic Larrieu had been absent from the world championship for a few seasons. Following injuries and dropping out off the radar for factory teams, you might have guessed Loic was heading for retirement.

But having ended his 2023 season strongly with France claiming second in the ISDE World Trophy class, an individual top 10 scratch plus the outright E3 class win, you’d (and us) were proved wrong.

Those results surely helped inspire Rieju to sign Loic and get him back in to the E3 class in both Enduro World Championship and his national series riding the MR 300 PRO two-stroke model.


Speaking about the move, Larrieu said, “It’s a new challenge for me to work with Rieju as a factory rider again. I’m French but the factory is close to my home and I’m sure we will do a good job together.

“I’m already testing the 300cc two-stroke and I love this bike. I just need to found some settings for my riding style and let’s go! Thanks to Rieju, Miquel and Andreu for welcoming me and now we can start this new adventure.”


“We are very happy with the incorporation of Loïc Larrieu to our Rieju Factory Team,” says Miquel Garcia, Team Manager. “Having a rider as experienced as Loic will bring us very positive things, thanks to his experience as a world championship rider.”


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