Antoine Meo is making a return to traditional enduro competition with the support of Honda Racing RedMoto World Enduro Team. The 34-year-old Frenchman with Italian roots will compete using the CRF450RX Enduro. After competing in the Motocross World Championship, in 2008  Meo moved to Enduro until the end of the 2015 season. In 2016 he made his debut in Rally and at the Dakar, but fractures to both hands kept him away from competition for the two years after this.

In his riding career, Antoine Meo has achieved five world titles (E1 class – 2010, 2012, 2013; E2 class – 2011, 2015), three World Trophy titles at the ISDE (2007, 2009, 2010), two Italian titles (2009, 2015), five French titles (E1, E2) and one seventh and one fourth place at the Dakar (2016, 2018).

Antoine Meo: “I’m back to Enduro thanks to Matteo Boffelli and Honda-RedMoto. Boffelli’s team is young and so motivated, with good technicians ready to give their best, both in race and in practice. Racing with Honda colours is a source of great pride and satisfaction for me. I can’t wait to start: I’m happy to work with Charlier and Oldrati. I hope to race a great season.” (source: honda redmoto world enduro team)

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