- Career: 2006-Present
- DOB: 12/30/1989
- Height: 5'8"
- Weight: 141
- Birthplace: La Réole
- Team: Red Bull KTM
- Team Manager: Roger DeCoster
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BioMarvin was able to get his first bike when he was four years old, and rode in his first race at age six.
Even at that young age, because of his love of motorcycling, and especially supercross, he began to develop his style on the bike you see today - modern and aerial. If you have had a chance to see Marvin racing in person, you'll notice a riding style that is exactly that - modern and aerial, melding both man and machine into one smooth, flowing unit. Like poetry in motion.
Marvin's talent took him to places others are only able to dream of - racing at the top level of the sport. At the same time, Marvin understood quickly that only working very hard on all aspects of being a professional athlete would help him to realize his dream - to become Motocross World Champion.
He was able to reach that dream and goal of becoming one of the special riders in the world - Motocross World Champion, in September 2009, at the Brazilian MX Grand Prix.
But there was more work to do before setting out on his next goal - moving to the USA to conquer new dreams, try to conquer new titles ... and that was to become World Motocross Champion one more time in 2010. At the Dutch Grand Prix in Lierop, Marvin clinched his second World Motocross title.
In 2011, Marvin is competing in the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross series under the Red Bull KTM tent.
2009 - MX2 World Champion
2009 - MX2 French Champion
2009 - MX2 MX of Nations individual Winner
2009 - MX of Nations Silver Medal (FRANCE: Frossard, Musquin, Paulin)
2008 - 14th of the MX2 World championship
2007 - French 125cc Supercross Champion
2007 - 4th position in EMX2 European Motocross Championship
2006 - French 125cc Supercross Champion
2006 - 3th place French Junior Championship
2005 - French "Cadet" 85cc Champion
2005 - French 85cc Supercross Champion
2004 - European "Cadet" Champion (85cc)
Contributors: Andrew Fredrickson