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

1996 (125cc)
1996 (125cc)
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1997 (125cc)
1997 (125cc)
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1998 (250cc)
1998 (250cc)
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1999 (250cc)
1999 (250cc)
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1998, Imola (250cc)
1998, Imola (250cc)
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1999, Italy (250cc)
1999, Italy (250cc)
6/36

Photo by: Aprilia Racing

1999, Imola (250cc)
1999, Imola (250cc)
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2000
2000
8/36

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2001
2001
9/36

Photo by: Marlboro Yamaha Team

2001, Italy
2001, Italy
10/36

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2002
2002
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2003, Valencia
2003, Valencia
12/36

Photo by: Richard Sloop

2003
2003
13/36

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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

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