Jeroni Fajardo and all the Vertigo team headed to France for the third round of the FIM X-Trial 2017, which took part in the Marseille, a beautiful city located by the sea in the south of the French country.Jeroni arrived to the event tied in points with Albert Cabestany in the third spot of the championship standings, so this weekend’s event became crucial in terms of the podium aspirations as the end of the series comes closer.

The night began quite well, as Jeroni was able to pass the first section with only one mark in his card, but then, the problems began for the Vertigo rider, struggling with the following three sections sufferingthree consecutive fives, a set back that was impossible to recover finishing with a total of sixteen points, the same punctuation as Takahisa Fujinami, forcing them to tie-break for the fifth place of the night. Jeroni finally couldn’t beat his rival, being a sixth place his result in Marseille.

Tough night for the Vertigo rider, who now sits in fourth in the championship standings, eight points behind the third position. The last round of the 2017 FIM X-Trial World Championship is set for this weekend, riders won’t have to leave France, being Nice the new destination for the them.



The Trial Spanish Championship 2017 started this weekend in Manacor de la Vall, Mallorca. Jeroni Fajardo came to the appointment after showing a great state of form in the first two races of the FIM X-Trial, where he currently occupies the fourth position by tying points with the third classified.

However things did not go as expected in this inaugural race of the Spanish Championship. The test was marked by the dryness of the terrain and by a route with very demanding areas. In addition, the heat was also a factor to be taken into account in a long day of competition like yesterday, with eleven areas that pilots had to face twice.

Jeroni Fajardo was one of the pilots who scored the most zeros in his box of points, but on the other hand, he also added several fiascos that made him lose all options to reach the podium positions. Finally Jeroni was seventh, a result that does not show the great level exhibited by our driver both in the X-Trial of Barcelona and in the last one held in Austria.

The CET will not return until April 9, when the town of Sigüenza hosts the second meeting for the TR1 pilots. By then the two remaining races of the FIM X-Trial have already been played, where Jeroni keeps intact his chances of finishing on the final podium of the Championship.




Vertigo is glad and really grateful to receive one of the most prestigious awards worldwide inside the innovation and technology industry. From the very first day, Vertigo has worked really hard to build a powerful, lightweight and versatile bike, using the best components and the experience from all the Vertigo team to bring our customers a unique experience at the helm of the Vertigo Combat range. Innovation and technology have been also taken into account in every single step of our chain production, therefore, our bikes are the most advanced ones in the trial scene.

That is the point that the jury from the Awards highlighted the most, making for instance, the following statement: “The unconventional design is technically an ergonomically destined for an extreme racing situation, which is incisively expressed in its striking lines“.

In addition, the description for our brand said that: “The technically and visually advanced trial bike from Vertigo Motors, the new Spanish manufacturer forcing its way onto the market, is causing quite a storm on the trial scene. It has innovative technical features that make it possible to ride the bike in a unique way while breaking new creative ground“.

We can not thank enough the jury for such consideration. From here, we can only assure that we will keep working hard, day by day, to improve our bikes and remain on the cutting edge of the innovation in the trial scene, and at the same time, sharing our passion for this amazing sport.