Vertigo Motors regrets to inform that the company has been forced to close it’s doors for business following a statement from the Spanish government. The statement is an order for all non-essential workers to stay at home for the next two weeks in an effort to halt the spread of the coronavirus and relieve pressure on the country’s overstretched hospitals.

Vertigo Motos, unfortunately are therefore unable to operate in any capacity & as a result all services including production, after sales & technical support are suspended.

We hope to be back to normal operations provisionally on the 14th of April. However we will keep you informed of any alterations to this date.

Vertigo motors would like to send it’s very best wishes to all of it’s customers & the entire Trials community at this extremely difficult time. We would also like to sincerely thank all the medical staff & professionals who are working tirelessly fighting this pandemic & saving lives world wide.


Vertigo motors would like to inform that, despite the exceptionally difficult circumstances being experienced currently world wide. The Vertigo Factory will remain open for business.

Production & delivery of new bikes as well as the after sales support & delivery of spare parts to our importers & dealers world wide will continue as normal,during March & the coming months.

Our new, provisional working hours will be 06h-14h, Monday to Friday.

All appropriate measures have been taken at the factory so as to ensure the well being of all the companies staff.

Vertigo motors would like to send their best wishes to all it’s customers & the entire Trials community World wide at this difficult time.


Vertigo is pleased to present the official video of our 2020 Factory Team. This exciting and dynamic young team will be managed by the 12 times World Champion and 12 times SSDT winner Dougie Lampkin, who continues at the helm of the team. 

Jaime Busto, Miquel Gelabert & Jack Price will take on the Premier Class of the TrialGP World Championship. Berta Abellán will contest this year’s TrialGP Woman’s Class, as the 2019 runner up, Berta aims to go one step better this year. 

In the Trial2 class Vertigo is pleased to present a new line-up with the signing of Aniol Gelabert and Hugo Dufrese, whilst keeping the young Italian talent Lorenzo Gandola. 

Finally, in the Trial125 category Vertigo fields two young talents as championship contenders in the form of the 2019 Youth European Champion, Pau Martinez who has been joined by the promising young Scottish rider, Ben Dignan for the 2020 season.