Here is one of the most well-known riders in France, and one who has competed numerous times in the Motocross World Championships.
Marvin Musqin is today, still competing in motocross and supercross races nationally and internationally as part of the KTM race team. He has suffered his fair share of injuries in numerous motocross races, yet continues to power through guided by the support of his wife.
News has come that he has unfortunately missed much of the 2020 race season due to his knee injury. This is unfortunate and many fans missed out on seeing the champion dominate on the leaderboards.
Marvin Musqin Overview
We’re talking about a weapon on a 2-stroke, and Marvin is seriously committed towards taking out some podium wins. After all, the man was born to dominate.
His childhood years were spent developing skills that would later serve him very well in life. The school books were traded for constant practice runs to become one of the best French motocross riders in history.
By the age of 14, he had already won his maiden European Title riding a Kawasaki 85cc.
Marvin has won 2 MX2 world titles and 14 Grand Prix wins on his trusty KTM. He has competed in numerous countries including Brazil and the United States.
Interestingly enough, most people in North America don’t recognize his name. Yet in France, he certainly has a reputation for being very talented to push a dirt bike beyond the limits of physics.
Today he continues to set his sights on more championship wins. He isn’t done with his racing career yet, though there are riders 10 years younger who just happen to be more skilled with their clutch and throttle control.
This isn’t the last we’ll see of Marvin and we do hope he can continue to inspire the next generation of riders to get out there. After all, we need more kids away from the smart phones and on to twisting their throttle.