Vertigo’s Factory riders proved to be well in shape over the weekend by recording several wins and podium finishes in important international events. Jaime Busto clinched the overall victory in the 2 Days Camprodon Trial, the Spaniard wasn’t the only Vertigo Factory rider that got to taste the first step of the podium, Pau Martínez did just the same in the Reds class. Berta Abellán completed an amazing performance placing herself 11th also in Reds’. The three demonstrated to be very much in form ahead of the long-awaited opening round of the TrialGP World Championship, which will finally take place this weekend in Isola 2000, France.

Just in France is where they finally got their National Championship going. Vertigo’s rising star Hugo Dufrese impressed with an outstanding performance in the premier class, wrapping-up a pair of podiums with a 3rd place on Saturday and an even better 2nd place on Sunday. After such an excellent performance Dufrese proves he is ready to take on his maiden Trial2 event in the World Championship next weekend after moving up from the Trial125 class.

In Finland Vertigo earned yet another victory thanks to the reigning Champion Timo Myöhänen, who has got off to an impressive start to the season by winning three out of three events at the helm of the R2.



The Vertical Works model has proved itself to be one of the most competitive trials bikes on the market over the last seasons. Whether in the TrialGP World Championship or in the most iconic events of the sport, this bike has demonstrated time after time its impressive performance, reliability and pedigree. Vertigo is now pleased to unveil its latest evolution for the 2021 season. The 2021 Works model is a bike that capitalises on the hard work and many improvements learnt during the past years. With a comprehensive range of engines sizes available from the 125cc, 200cc, 250cc, and 280cc through to the 300cc version, we feel there is a bike to suite all riders from club level right through to the most demanding riders competing at the highest level and in all conditions. 

Vertigo’s Factory riders together with our brand ambassador Dougie Lampkin have been working closely with the factory’s engineers relentlessly to develop this new model.

Many engine components have been updated providing the new Vertical works model with an improved response and power delivery. The new cylinder head is one of these components which for 2021 has a redesigned combustion chamber to provide improved combustion. The throttle body has also been improved to provide the rider with an even more progressive and precise throttle response.

The bike’s dry and wet maps have also been updated so as to offer even better traction and power delivery in all conditions. The map switch is also now located on the air box cover, thus allowing the rider to easily and quickly change between maps on the go.

A new induction tube provides a better seal between the airbox and throttle body, keeping out all water and dust. 

For 2021 the exhaust pipe on this works model is in stainless steel.  

Working in harmony with these engine improvements the new Vertical Works features a range of high-end and adjustable components on its cycle part, which will help all riders extract the maximum performance out of the 2021 model.

The bike comes equipped with the fully adjustable Tech Alu Black front forks and the Reiger shock which is adjustable in compression, extension and spring preload. 

These quality suspension components linked with the innovative and exclusive Vertigo CrMo multitubular frame, which for 2021 is finished in the traditional Vertigo green, 

help to ensure Vertigo is in a class of its own in terms of balance, manoeuvrability and the ability of the bike to find that all important traction in all conditions and terrain.

Vertigo’s iconic green also returns to be the main colour on the bike’s graphics. Which linked with black and white provide a stunning combination to give an aggressive and modern overall look to the bike. 

Attention to detail is what Vertigo motors is all about and the 2021 Works model is no exception with many detailed and high quality green anodised components such as the new billet hubs, which provide an added touch of class to this very attractive new bike.


  • Capacities: 125cc, 200cc ,250cc, 280cc, 300cc
  • Redesigned cylinder head to improve combustion
  • Throttle body with a more progressive response 
  • New specific maps for the 2021 Vertical (dry and wet conditions) 
  • Exhaust pipe in stainless steel
  • New induction tube to provide a better seal between the airbox and throttle body


  • CrMo multitubular frame in Vertigo’s classic green
  • Adjustable Tech Alu Black front fork
  • Reiger shock adjustable in extension, compression and spring preload
  • New wheels configuration with anodised green hubs and black rims
  • Dunlop D803GP tires
  • 2021 Works new graphics
  • Vertigo handlebar
  • Vertigo bar pad FIM homologated magnetic kill switch system 
  • Anodised green and black details
  • Weight 68kg


Vertigo would like to thank all their international importers, distributors, partners, clients and friends for their part in helping to achieve this milestone for the brand. The fact that it has been achieved during such challenging times which the entire world is experiencing, gives the record even more merit. Vertigo Motors is expanding into new markets and more than ever our bikes are finding new clients and fans in every corner of the world.

Always looking to the future Vertigo Motors has some ambitious new projects on the horizon as well as exciting presentations of new models arriving from September onwards.

We thank all the new clients and fans who have joined the Vertigo family during the past 12 months of exceptional growth for the brand and we very much look forward to welcoming even more new clients who share our core values and passion for the sport of Trials.