Toni Bou, at 35 years old, still finds no limits in his trial career. The Piera rider achieved his 200th victory in the World Championship on Sunday at the Andorra Trial (adding the indoor and outdoor modalities), a milestone in the specialty only within his reach. To these 200 victories he adds 264 podiums.
Bou, who currently leads the Outdoor World Championship after four events (the two in L'Hospitalet de l'Infant and the two in Andorra), is chasing his 31st world title, having won the last 15 outdoor championships and 15 indoors in a row: all since 2007, when he signed for Honda Repsol.
In his 16th season with the official Honda Repsol team, competing on a Montesa, Bou has accumulated 127 victories in the Outdoor Trial World Championship and 73 in the Indoor World Championship (X-Trial).
He debuted in the world championship in 2003 and his first victory came in 2006 with Beta, a brand that he changed in 2007 to Montesa, with which he would achieve his first titles.
In these 15 completed championships, his most victorious course was 2012, with 18 wins in 20 tests. He also achieved full victories in the indoor championships of 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2017, 2020 and 2021, and in the outdoor World Cup in 2019.
This season, in addition to leading the Outdoor World Championship, he is also leading the X-Trial championship with two events to go after the summer.