Bio


At the early age of four Marvin Musquin discovered his passion for bikes and racing in his home country La Reole, France. By the time he was six years old he had competed in his first race and started developing his distinctive smooth and methodological riding style that led him to win the 85cc European Championship in 2006. He then went on to win consecutive MX2 Motocross World Championship titles in 2009 and 2010.

Marvin realized his dreams were becoming a reality and decided to move to the USA in 2010 and competed in the 250 AMA Motocross Championship the following year. Marvin started training with Aldon Baker in 2014, where he currently trains today at Baker’s Factory in Clermont, FL. That same year he won the first Red Bull Straight Rhythm in the 250 class.

In 2015 he captured the East Coast 250 Supercross Championship and represented his native France in Motocross des Nations finishing first overall. After several impressive 250 seasons Marvin advanced to the 450 class in 2016. In 2017 Marvin dominated the Monster Energy Cup Championship and just recently wrapped up the 2018 AMA Supercross series where he locked down second in the championship.

Marvin is supported by his wife Mathilde. The dynamic due met when he was 15 years old at the Bercy Supercross in Paris. They both share the same passion for racing and she plays a vital role in his racing career.

Career Highlights:

2018:

  • 2ndPlace AMA 450 Supercross Championship

2017:

  • 1stPlace Monster Energy Cup
  • 3rdPlace AMA 450 Supercross Championship
  • 2ndPlace Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship
  • 1st450 Place Red Bull Straight Rhythm (Open Class)

2016:

  • 1stPlace 450 Red Bull Straight Rhythm
  • 3rd Place AMA 450 Pro Motocross Championship
  • Named Rookie of the year in 450 Supercross class

2015:

  • East Coast Supercross 250 Champion
  • 2ndPlace 250 Pro Motocross
  • MX2 MX Nations Individual Winner
  • Team France Motocross of Nations Champions

2014:

  • 1stPlace 250 Red Bull Straight Rhythm

2013:

  • 2ndPlace AMA East Coast 250 Supercross Championship
  • 3rdPlace AMA 250 Pro Motocross Championship

2012:

  • 3rdPlace AMA West Coast 250 Supercross Championship

2010:

  • MX2 World Champion

2009:

  • MX2 World Champion
  • MX2 French Champion
  • MX2 MX of Nations Individual Winner
  • MX of Nations Silver Medal

2007:

  • French 125 Supercross Champion
  • 4thPlace in EMX2 European Motocross Championship

2006:

  • French 125 Supercross Champion
  • 3rdPlace French Junior Championship

2005:

  • French “Cadet” 85cc Champion
  • French 85cc Supercross Champion

2004:

  • European “Cadet” Champion (85cc)