Take a closer look at Josep Garcia’s KTM 250 EXC-F Pro Bike primed and ready for the 2024 EnduroGP World Championship season starting April 5-7 in Portugal.

Following successive world championship in E2 and E1 categories in consecutive years, Josep Garcia enters the new FIM World Championship season on the hunt for the biggest prize of all, the one which has so far eluded the Spaniard in his stellar career, the EnduroGP outright world title.

A switch to E1 and the KTM 250 EXC-F in 2023 didn’t slow the 27-year-old multiple outright ISDE individual winner down but a broken collarbone and dislocated elbow after a crash midseason, at the GP of Sweden, knocked his title challenge.

Garcia still secured the E1 title after an epic comeback to finsih second behind Steve Holcombe and ahead of Andrea Verona (check Verona’s GASGAS EC 350F Pro Bike here). Although he did go on to claim yet another ISDE fastest rider award in Argentina, that grand overall prize awaits Josep’s hands.

“I’m really looking forward to getting the 2024 EnduroGP season underway!” Says Josep. “I’ve worked really hard over the pre-season this year and now, I can’t wait for the start of the championship.

“Last year, we switched from the 350 to the new 250, which was quite a big change, but I think it was a good choice because it’s so powerful and I have a lot of fun riding it. We’ll continue with the bike this season and so the goals remain the same – top both the E1 and EnduroGP classes.

“So far, 2024 has started well for me. I won the first round of the Spanish championship and felt really good on the bike – the team have done a great job of getting it set up. I’m feeling good and I’m super excited to get the season underway in Portugal.”


Round one of the 2024 FIM EnduroGP World Championship has arrived way quicker than we are ready for on April 5-7. It’s the first of a Portuguese double-header, beginning in Fafe, northern Portugal before making stops in fan-favourite locations in France, Italy, and Slovakia, the seven-round championship will also visit Wales and Romania, two countries that have not hosted EnduroGP action in many years.


Photo Credit: Marcin Kin