Bruno Crivilin #11

Rising rider Bruno Crivilin has already won the Brazilian Enduro Championship and placed third in the World Enduro Championship.

Born in the Brazilian state of Espírito Santo, Bruno Ribeiro Crivilin’s first childhood dream was to become a soccer player – but his passion for motorcycles gained strength as he spent more and more time at his uncle’s garage. In 2017, Bruno became the first Brazilian to win Red Bull Romaniacs (Silver category) and in 2018 and 2019 he won the Brazilian FIM Enduro Championship. The following year saw him score third place overall in the World Enduro Championship. Then, in 2021, he won the Brazilian Enduro Championship.

Nationality
Brazilian
Date of birth
25/03/1997
Race Bike
CRF 250RX

Career

  • 2021 –
    won the Brazilian Enduro Championship
  • 2019 –
    won the Brazilian FIM Enduro Championship
  • 2018 –
    won the Brazilian FIM Enduro Championship
  • 2017 –
    became the first Brazilian to win Red Bull Romaniacs (Silver category)
  • 2016 –
    was the best Brazilian at the SuperEnduro World Championship
  • 2015 –
    saw him crowned Brazilian champion (Junior category), winning 100 percent of the possible points and finish runner-up in the General category
  • 2014 –
    joined the Orange BH KTM Racing Team in 2014
  • 2013 –
    started to compete with a used CFR 230, he headed straight for the Espírito Santo FIM Enduro Championship and he finished on the podium in his first race
Bruno Crivilin
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