After two productive years, Vertigo and Jeroni Fajardo put an end to their relationship. The Spaniard has defended Vertigo’s colours the last two seasons in the TrialGP World Championship, the X-Trial World Championship and the Spanish Championship with more than positive results. In his first season, Fajardo was able to finish in 5th place the TrialGP World Championship, taking three podiums through the season, all of them in 3rd spot. This year things have gone even better, as he has been able to finish in4th position the World Series, riding really consistent and taking yet another podium in the USA round (day 2). Earlier in the season, he clinched a brilliant 3rd place in the X-Trial World Championship,exactly the same result he recently got in the Spanish Championship.
With great professionalism and commitment, Fajardo has helped Vertigo to keep on growing, being himself a key part in the development of the successful Vertigo Combat Fajardo Replica.
What concerns about Toby Martyn, he also chose to focus on new challenges. The young Brit has offered an incredible performance in which has been his only season with Vertigo. The victories taken in theopening round of the European Championship and the one in the last TrialGP of 2017 in Italy, plus two podiums wrapped up in Great Britain and USA (day 2) have been his best results through the year.
We wish to the two of them the best of lucks in the near future. We also want to thank all the hard work they have put in throughout these last seasons.