athleteMarvin Musquin


This French rider, also known as ‘Marv ‘Attack’, has been in love with racing since he got on his first bike at the age of four years old. By the age of six years old, he competed in his very first race.

He loves modern and aerial bike riding styles and his talent and smooth movements led him to race at the top level of his sport. Fuelled by his dream to become Motocross World Champion, he was willing to work hard – and his dream finally became a reality in 2009, at the Brazillian MX Grand Prix.

With a new dream to become World Motocross Champion once more, he achieved his in 2010 at the Dutch Grand Prix in Lierop, making him a multi-title World Champion. Marvin is one of Leatt’s most vocal athletes as he firmly believes in Leatt products and the superior protection it offers. He has been sporting the gear since 2008 and both him and his wife Mathilde are the ultimate representative of the Leatt brand.

Gear Testimonial:

“Neck protection redefined. That’s why I choose Leatt Protectives.”

Leatt Gear: GPX 6.5 Neck Brace



Sport: Supercross/Motocross (450MX)
Date of Birth: 30 December 1989
City: La Réole
Country: France


  • 2018: Second overall (450SX) at the 2018 Supercross
  • 2017: Winner of Monster Energy Cup
  • 2017: Winner of Red Bull Straight Rhythm (Open Class)
  • 2017: Marvin wins his first Supercross 450MX race at Supercross Arlington.
  • 2016 – During the off season, Marvin continued racing and collected a few #1 plates at the Red Bull Straight Rhythm, Bercy Supercross and Geneva Supercross
  • 2016: Named Rookie of the year in Supercross 450 class
  • 2015: First place Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations
  • 2015: 2nd overall Lucas Oil Pro Motocross (250)
  • 2015: AMA East 250 Supercross Champion
  • 2013: 2nd AMA SX Lites Class East Coast
  • 2013: 3rd AMA MX Lites Class
  • 2012: 3rd AMA SX Lites Class West Coast
  • 2010: MX2 World Champion
  • 2009: MX2 World Champion
  • 2009: MX2 French Champion
  • 2009: MX2 MX of Nations Individual Winner
  • 2009: MX of Nations Silver Medal
  • 2007: French 125cc Supercross Champion
  • 2007: 4th position in EMX2 European Motocross Championship
  • 2006: French 125cc Supercross Champion
  • 2006: 3rd place French Junior Championship
  • 2006: European “Cadet” Champion (85cc)
  • 2005: French “Cadet” 85cc Champion
  • 2005: French 85cc Supercross Champion

Photo Credit: Ryne Swanberg




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