Gallery: All Rossi bikes since his debut

Valentino Rossi has established himself as one of the greatest grand prix motorcycle riders with 89 wins, 54 poles and 191 podiums since his MotoGP debut in 2000.

Gallery: All Rossi bikes since his debut

Here all bikes ridden by the Italian during his grand prix career so far.

1996 (125cc)

1996 (125cc)
1/36

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

1997 (125cc)

1997 (125cc)
2/36

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

1998 (250cc)

1998 (250cc)
3/36

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

1999 (250cc)

1999 (250cc)
4/36

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

1998, Imola (250cc)

1998, Imola (250cc)
5/36

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

1999, Italy (250cc)

1999, Italy (250cc)
6/36

Photo by: Aprilia Racing

1999, Imola (250cc)

1999, Imola (250cc)
7/36

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

2000

2000
8/36

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

2001

2001
9/36

Photo by: Marlboro Yamaha Team

2001, Italy

2001, Italy
10/36

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

2002

2002
11/36

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

2003, Valencia

2003, Valencia
12/36

Photo by: Richard Sloop

2003

2003
13/36

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

2004

2004
14/36

Photo by: Gauloises Fortuna Racing

2005

2005
15/36

Photo by: Gauloises Fortuna Racing

2005, USA

2005, USA
16/36

Photo by: Gauloises Fortuna Racing

2005, Valência

2005, Valência
17/36

Photo by: Gauloises Fortuna Racing

2006

2006
18/36

Photo by: Camel Media Service

2007

2007
19/36

Photo by: Yamaha Motor Racing

2007, Netherlands

2007, Netherlands
20/36

Photo by: Yamaha Motor Racing

2007, Australia

2007, Australia
21/36

Photo by: Yamaha Motor Racing

2008, Barcelona

2008, Barcelona
22/36

Photo by: Yamaha Motor Racing

2008

2008
23/36

Photo by: Bob Heathcote

2009

2009
24/36

Photo by: Bridgestone Corporation

2009, Portugal

2009, Portugal
25/36

Photo by: Yamaha Motor Racing

2010, USA

2010, USA
26/36

Photo by: Yamaha Motor Racing

2010

2010
27/36

Photo by: Bridgestone Corporation

2011

2011
28/36

Photo by: Ducati Corse

2012

2012
29/36

Photo by: Ducati Corse

2013

2013
30/36

Photo by: Yamaha MotoGP

2014

2014
31/36

Photo by: Yamaha MotoGP

2015

2015
32/36

Photo by: Yamaha MotoGP

2016

2016
33/36

Photo by: Yamaha MotoGP

2016, Malaysia

2016, Malaysia
34/36

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

2017

2017
35/36

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

2018, Pre-season

2018, Pre-season
36/36

Photo by: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

shares
comments
Rossi "not optimistic" if Yamaha can't solve electronics woes

Previous article

Rossi "not optimistic" if Yamaha can't solve electronics woes

Next article

Marquez heads Honda 1-2 on second Thailand test day

Marquez heads Honda 1-2 on second Thailand test day
Load comments
Why Quartararo’s suit penalty highlights a wider issue in MotoGP Prime

Why Quartararo’s suit penalty highlights a wider issue in MotoGP

OPINION: Fabio Quartararo racing with his leather suit open and subsequent penalty has been the main talking point of the Catalunya MotoGP weekend, which has highlighted a wider issue with MotoGP’s stewarding that risks a negative precedent going forward.

MotoGP
Jun 8, 2021
How MotoGP’s “beast” tamers bounced back at Catalunya Prime

How MotoGP’s “beast” tamers bounced back at Catalunya

The expectation on KTM to replicate its winning form from 2020 this season made its difficult start to the new MotoGP campaign even more disappointing. But a key update has seen KTM's fortunes reversed over the last week and returned it to the top step of the podium in Barcelona

MotoGP
Jun 7, 2021
The signs that point to Rossi's MotoGP retirement Prime

The signs that point to Rossi's MotoGP retirement

It's not been a happy start to 2021 for Valentino Rossi at the Petronas SRT satellite squad, with performances that are a shadow of the rider that utterly dominated MotoGP at the start of the new millennium. At the age of 42, how much longer can he go on?

MotoGP
May 19, 2021
Why the most significant Le Mans MotoGP performance wasn't Miller's Prime

Why the most significant Le Mans MotoGP performance wasn't Miller's

Hot on the heels of his first MotoGP win in five years, Jack Miller made it two from two with a commanding French Grand Prix victory at Le Mans despite two long-lap penalties. Impressive though it was, it was an expectation-defying performance from an anticipated title rival that was the real standout.

MotoGP
May 17, 2021
The impossible problem Honda faces with its 2021 MotoGP bike Prime

The impossible problem Honda faces with its 2021 MotoGP bike

Honda hasn’t enjoyed an easy start to the 2021 MotoGP campaign, despite gains last season which looked to have carried over into the pre-season. Now admitting it does have issues in serious need of resolving, it faces an almost impossible task in doing so.

MotoGP
May 11, 2021
How Jerez underlined MotoGP's speed problem Prime

How Jerez underlined MotoGP's speed problem

The brutal nature of a series of crashes at Jerez has reopened the debate about whether current MotoGP speeds are beyond the safety limits of the tracks. But even if riders are supportive of the move, getting the manufacturers to find a consensus on how speed reductions should be achieved may be altogether harder

MotoGP
May 4, 2021
How a Crutchlow helped Miller to Jerez MotoGP redemption Prime

How a Crutchlow helped Miller to Jerez MotoGP redemption

Jack Miller’s tough start to life as a factory Ducati MotoGP rider left him mentally battered and bruised, but a pep talk and positive reinforcement from a surprising source aided the Australian to show his full potential with victory at the Spanish Grand Prix

MotoGP
May 3, 2021
What does Marc Marquez have to do to get back to his best? Prime

What does Marc Marquez have to do to get back to his best?

Following his resounding MotoGP return with a seventh place finish in Portugal, Marc Marquez now must work to rediscover his best form before turning his attention towards results-based targets

MotoGP
Apr 20, 2021