Tim Gajser and his 2017 Honda HRC Gariboldi CRF450RW

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Tim Gajser and his 2017 Honda HRC Gariboldi CRF450RW - First Look: 2017 Honda HRC MXGP and MX2 Team - Motocross Pictures - Vital MX

Tim's program may look a bit different for 2017 but he's actually still with his Gariboldi team, which has been upgraded to be Honda HRC's official MXGP effort for the new season. Just from a quick peak at the bike, there's a few notable differences from the US to MXGP team. Gajser's bike is equipped with Showa suspension, while the US team is using KYB. They're both supported by Yoshimura, but the MXGP team has a headpipe with a resonance chamber (the US doesn't have this), they use Rekluse clutches instead of Hinson, Acerbis instead of Cycra, Pirelli instead of Dunlop, plus a few other odds-and-ends.

Credit: Honda HRC
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