Tim Gajser 243

Since the end of 2013 when 'GT243' was picked up by Honda and Giacomo Gariboldi’s eponymous outfit, the resurgence of Gajser has been meteoric. His flamboyant style mixed with his otherworldly ability to scrub has won him fans and fame across the world as well as a string of European and World Championships, becoming Honda's first back-to-back World Champion in the MXGP era at just 19 years old.

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Evgeny Bobryshev 777

Born on the 13th of November 1987, Evgeny Bobryshev’s first bike was given to him when he was seven as a present from his father. He learnt to ride outside his house before moving to the small track his father created in a nearby field. “Bobby” competed on the road for a short time, winning the 125cc Russian Championship in 2004, before making the move back to motocross in 2005, where he competed in European MX2, moving to MX1 in 2010.

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Michele Cervellin 747

After winning the Italian championship and then debuting his first season with MX2 in 2016, Michele has rightly earned his place in HRC after being one of the only riders to grow in the highly competitive class. He is no stranger to Honda having raced with Martin Technology for the last 10 years. He represented Italy in the MX of Nations in 2015.

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Chihiro Notsuka 28

Notsuka is fresh from winning the JMX and is graduating in the MX2 MXGP class for 2017. In 2016 he raced in Swizerland in the MX2 class and then represented his country in Japan in the 2016 Mx of Nations in Maggiora.

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