Manuel Copetti brought Vertigo its first international Championship. The Italian youngster secured his well-deserved title on home soil this last weekend in Lazatte. After 4 rounds Copetti has proven he was the best by never dropping out of the podium, clinching two victories (Zelhem and Bilstain day 2), 1 runner-up finish (Bilstain day 1) and the third place from Italy.

The day began with Copetti feeling quite the pressure in the early stages as he made several mistakes. Being in front of his home crowd and sighting the title so close was mentally tough, but then proved why he was the man to beat, bouncing back and finishing on the podium once again. His riding aboard theCombat Ice Hell has been great throughout the series, always positioning himself as a victory contender.

We couldn’t be any happier with this new title, not only for Copetti, but also for all the efforts Vertigo Italy have made to help him reach this amazing achievement. All the hard work was worth it, and we are really pleased to be able to say that now Vertigo holds his first International Championship. One more success to add to the three SSDT victories by Dougie Lampkin and the British Championships earned by James Dabill in the last two years.

In the premier class, Toby Martyn who was the first leader of the series after the opening race in Zelhem, when he wrapped the victory, has finally ended the Championship in a solid 3rd place. As Copetti, Martyn has always been in the fight for the victory, with two podiums (Zelhem and Bilstain day 2), a 4th (Bilstain day 1) and the 5th coming from this weekend in Italy. Thanks to the great work made by Vertigo Motors UK, Martyn has had a great support through all the rounds.

This is also a stunning result for the young Brit, who is causing quite storm in his first year racing in the international scene. His great performances in the Trial2 World Championship so far, combined to the ones in the European Championship make Vertigo really proud of his progression. Now Martyn will focus on reaching the 3rd spot of the Trial2 World Championship, as he is currently sitting in 4th with still two races to go.




Vertigo is delighted to launch its new weapon for the upcoming season, the Vertigo Combat Vertical 2018 250cc and 300cc. This means a huge change within the Combat range and it comes with the main goal to keep on gaining solidity as well as reinforcing its quality and reliability. With this brand new Vertical 2018, Vertigo begins his third straight year of motorcycle production with great hopes towards this 2018 model. It features many interesting dynamic and technical components while it adds several aspects that made our former Camo and Ice Hell models unprecedented.

Innovation and investigation have been two attributes that Vertigo has owned from the very beginning. The two of them have carefully been taken into account to build this Vertigo Combat Vertical 2018, a motorbike that matches the best of its predecessors to present to our customers a motorbike with great guaranties to enjoy our beloved sport. This new model means a new step forward for the brand, that wants to reinforce its commitment to keep on improving and growing inside the trial industry.


–  New crankcase design to improve the sealing of the cases

–  Injected clutch and ignition cover to reduce the weight

– New ECU by GET to optimize start-up strategies

– Optimized geometry of the kickstart pedal to help the starting process

– New simplified main electrical harness

– Progressive lineal rocker system with optimized Reiger damper adjustment

– New seat post and rear mudguard

– New air filter cover

– Twin air filter

– New radiator grille ti improve airflow and mud evacuation

– Green handlebar protector

– Renthal grips

– Reinforced sidestand

– New decoration combining corporate green with details in red fluorin