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🎥 Who is Manuel Lettenbichler?

10 months ago | Words: Red Bull Motorsport | Photos: Mihai Stetcu/Red Bull Content Pool

It’s fair to say Manuel Lettenbichler grew up riding a bike, getting his hands on his first trials bike at the age of five. He won three junior trials titles before taking a change of direction. His father, Andreas ‘Letti’ Lettenbichler, introduced him to Enduro riding and Manuel caught the bug. On his first appearance at the Red Bull Hare Scramble in Erzberg in 2014 he became, at the age of 16, the youngest rider to ever finish the race. Now Manuel has joined the big leagues and enjoys success all over the world on the Hard Enduro circuit. And since 2016 he’s been climbing the ladder with a hosts of podium finishes, and just last weekend he won the gruelling Red Bull Romaniacs.
Red Bull presenter, Rob Warner, travels to Kiefersfelden in Germany to meet Manuel ‘Mani’ Lettenbichler at his workshop and takes a look at how he manages without the support of a factory team.

Video courtesy of Red Bull Motorsports.


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