Gas Gas has just announced the double signing up of Arnau Farré and Michelle Neukirchen to their national trial structure. The young rider from Lleida has returned to the brand from Girona to fight for the TR1 CET and to make the leap to top category of the World Championship, TrialGP, with the federation team SPEA RFME on a Gas Gas TXT 300 GP. The German rider, Michelle Neukirchen, has joined the women’s trial team and is to accompany Sandra Gómez in the Women’s Trial World Championship.
Gas Gas has just announced a double signing of riders to the trial squad. The Catalan riderArnau Farré and the German Michelle Neukirchen are to reinforce the structure of the brand from Girona in the Spanish and German national championships respectively, as well as in the World Championship.
Arnau Farré has come back to the brand that has seen him grow as a rider to fight in the Spanish Trial Championship in the TR1category for the second year running on the new Gas Gas TXT 300 GP. The promising young rider from Vilanova de Segrià (Lleida), fourth in classification in the last World Trial2 Championship, is to make the leap into the top international category in 2017. He might be only 18 years old, but Farré will be making his debut TrialGP together with the world’s best riders in the speciality, a challenge the young rider from Lleida will have to face in the heart of the SPEA RFME with a Gas Gas.
In the same way, Gas Gas has also had the pleasure of announcing the signing of Michelle Neukirchen. The young rider from Großheubach (Bayern), fourth position in the German National last year, aims to elbow his way onto the podium of the German Trial Championship and additionally is to take part in Women’s Trial German Championship, also to take part in the Women’s World Trial Championship alongside Sandra Gómez, runner-up in the World Championship in 2016.