The FIM family finally reunites this coming Saturday at a very special annual awards ceremony at the Salle des Etoiles of the Monte-Carlo Sporting complex in Monaco. After last year’s presentation evening was cancelled due to the ongoing pandemic, on December 4 we will come together to celebrate our champions from 2020 and 2021.

All our Hertz FIM Trial World Championship winners will be on hand to receive their coveted gold medals from last year and this year, with our champions relishing the opportunity to rub shoulders with stars from different disciplines including MotoGP champion Fabio Quartararo, flat track star Lasse Kurvinen and motocross hero Jeffrey Herlings.

We will also welcome some motorcycling legends including 1979 TrialGP champion Bernie Schreiber.

Of course, centre stage will belong to Spain’s Toni Bou who will receive four gold medals after his X-Trial and TrialGP victories in 2020 and 2021 extended his winning run to a fantastic 15 consecutive titles in both disciplines, cementing his position as the most successful motorcycle sportsman of all time.

The 35-year-old will be joined on stage by Emma Bristow and Laia Sanz, the 2020 and 2021 TrialGP Women world champions respectively. The greatest female riders in the history of the sport, together they have won the title on 21 occasions with Sanz celebrating her successful return to the series following an absence of seven years.

The Trial2 class gold medals will be awarded to Italy’s Matteo Grattarola who won in 2020 and British rider Toby Martyn who is this year’s champion. Grattarola’s title last year was his second in the class whereas Martyn’s represents his first world title.

Britain’s Jack Dance emerged on top of this year’s Trial125 championship following his victorious 2021 campaign and he will be sharing the limelight with 2020 champion Pau Martinez from Spain who has continued to climb the championship ladder on his move to Trial2 this season.

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