Gallery: All of Marquez's MotoGP, Moto2 and 125cc bikes

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Gallery: All of Marquez's MotoGP, Moto2 and 125cc bikes
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Jan 24, 2019, 4:47 AM

Here's a photo collection of all the bikes Honda MotoGP star Marc Marquez has ridden across the three classes of grand prix motorcycle racing.

2019 will be Marquez's seventh year in the premier class and 12th overall in motorcycle racing, counting the 125cc and Moto2 classes.

Throughout his career, his bikes have dorned the colours of Spanish oil giant Repsol, as seen below. 

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2008

2008
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Marquez joined the 125cc class at a tender age of 15 in 2008. He rode a Repsol-sponsored KTM and achieved a podium finish in Germany en route to 13th in the standings.

2009

2009
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Photo by: Repsol Media

Riding for the Red Bull KTM Ajo team in the same class in 2009, Marquez achieved his first pole and finished eighth in the championship.

2010

2010
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Marquez switched to a Derbi bike in 2010 and romped to the 125cc title, beating the likes of Nicolas Terol, Pol Espargaro and Bradley Smith to the crown.

2011

2011
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He graduated to Moto2 in 2011 with the Repsol-sponsored Team CatalunyaCaixa and finished runner-up in the standings, losing out only to Stefan Bradl. He scored a total of seven wins in his rookie season.

2012

2012
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Marquez stayed with the same team in 2012 and thrashed the opposition, beating his nearest challenger by a whopping 59 points.

2012*

2012*
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Photo by: Repsol Media

Ahead of 2013, Marquez got to test a Honda MotoGP bike in a primarily white livery.

2013

2013
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Photo by: Repsol Media

Marquez made a much-awaited MotoGP debut in 2013 with the Repsol Honda team and shocked the world by winning the title in his debut season.

2014

2014
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Photo by: Repsol Media

He retained the now-iconic #93 on his bike for 2014, despite winning the previous year's title. He turned out to to be even more dominant, winning the first 10 races of the season en route to his second championship in as many years.

2015

2015
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Photo by: Repsol Media

The Spanish rider's dream run ended in 2015 as his Honda was simply not a match to the Yamaha. He finished third in the standings.

2016

2016
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Photo by: Mirco Lazzari

Marquez returned to the top of the step in 2016, beating the Yamaha pair with fair ease to clinch his third crown.

2017

2017
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Marquez had new opposition in form of Andrea Dovizioso and Ducati in 2017, but he somehow managed to beat them for his fourth MotoGP world championship.

2018

2018
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Marquez was super consistent in 2018 and some early hiccups by rival Dovizioso meant the Spanish rider was able to wrap up the title with a few races to spare.

2019

2019
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Photo by: Repsol Media

Marquez will defend his MotoGP crown in 2019 and will have a new teammate in form of Jorge Lorenzo

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