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We are so exiting to announce that we’ll be back on the Youth Program next year, youth are a priority for start to build a new generation of rider!
The rider will be Nathan Bererd, he will lead to the race the new EN 125 2T FI.

Nathan was 4th this year in the same class and he’s so motivated to fight for the title next year.

Luca Cherubini Team Manager: We are very happy to have Nathan with us next year, we signed multi year contract, he is very young and we that is possible reach important results together, like the path followed with Andrea.

2019-10-30T14:43:57+00:0030 October 2019|Racing|

TM Racing Japan Test and Advertising

2019-10-30T14:36:06+00:0023 October 2019|News|

TM Racing Japan 25th Anniversary

2019-10-30T14:31:19+00:009 October 2019|News|


At Gaggio Montano, in the province of Bologna, took place the eighth and ninth round of the Assoluti d’Italia di Enduro.

The Alta Valle Reno Motoclub organized a race worthy of a world stage with three challenging special tests that put a strain on the skill of the participating riders.

In the Bolognese village of Gaggio Montano, on Saturday, Andrea Verona graduated Italian champion.

The Venetian rider raced as usual an amazing race and on Saturday, in addition to winning his own class, he fought with the first in the overall reaching the third place.

The TM Racing Factory Team congratulates its rider Andrea Verona for the success achieved at the maximum Italian championship and above all for the world title in Junior and Junior 1.

Once the Enduro World Championship is over, it’s time to close the Assoluti’s gates, focusing on the last race of the 2019 season: the Six Days that will take place in November in Portugal.

“I’m happy to have closed the 2019 season with these great results, after the world victory now has also arrived the Assoluti’s Junior Title. The Gaggio Montano weekend was perfect, two first places in the Junior and two third places in the Overall. Now we focus on the Six Days that will be in early November and then we get prepared for the 2020 season. ”

2019-10-07T12:09:23+00:007 October 2019|Racing|


Last weekend took place the last act of the Enduro World Championship  and the TM Racing Factory Team celebrated the victory of Loic Larrieu in the E2 class.

A heart-pounding season finale and a win right at the last special after a dominating weekend for our French rider Loic Larrieu.

A perfect weekend for Loic Larrieu: victory in Day One in the E2 class and relative overtaking of the current class leader, victory in the Enduro GP and in the E2 class on Sunday and the final celebrations for a title chased throughout season.

In addition to the title of world champion of Loic Larrieu, the TM Racing Factory Team also celebrated the title of runner-up of Dany McCanney in the E3 class.

The rider of the Isle of Man tried in every way to win the E3 class title with all his usual grit  and determination.   Excellent performance for Andrea Verona in the E1 class, the Venetian rider took an excellent second place in the opening day, also achieving excellent absolute times.

The TM Racing Factory archived  the last act of the Enduro World Championship now will return to Italy to take part in the final stage of the Assoluti d’Italia di Enduro.


There are no words to describe my happiness, I dedicate this title to all the people who have been close to me and to the whole team. Thank you so much.


Even here in France I struggled with all my strength to get the best result. The final second place in the E3 class and the excellent performances in the Enduro GP are a great result “.


Here in France I raced with the bike that gave me the Junior title and honestly I really enjoyed the three special tests . The excellent result of Day One bodes well for next season.

2019-09-30T12:34:20+00:0030 September 2019|Racing|