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Not just Only Fans in Moto2: Escort Advisor flies to TT on Isle of Man

Escort Advisor, Europe's first escort review site, is sponsoring award-winning driver Pierre Yves Bian, who is reaching, with the 2024 edition, his third participation in the world's most dangerous race

News: Not just Only Fans in Moto2: Escort Advisor flies to TT on Isle of Man

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On the occasion of the well-known motorsport competition on the Isle of Man, the Tourist Trophy (TT), Escort Advisor, Europe's first escort review site, is sponsoring award-winning rider Pierre Yves Bian, who is coming up on his third participation in the world's most dangerous race with the 2024 edition.

The French rider participated in the first TT in 2022, at the age of 31. The first time he earned sixth place in the second Supertwin race. In the 2023 edition, he took second place again in the Supertwin and set the fastest lap ever by a Frenchman at the Mountain. For the 2024 TT edition he will ride with the number 3.

The other Escort Advisor-sponsored rider, Andrea Majola from La Spezia, after carefully evaluating the planned commitment for participation in the TT 2024, opts for a more ambitious strategy and chooses to prepare himself as best he can to triumph at the ManxGP, to be held August 18-26, also on the Isle of Man. Victory would give him a chance to enter the Tourist Trophy 2025 as the winner of the island's second most famous competition.

Pierre Yves Bian was born in France on September 17, 1991. His career began in 2015 with road racing. In 2016 he finishes the IRRC Supersport in fourth place and gets his first podium in Imatra. In 2017 he finishes third in the IRRC and gets his first wins in Imatra and Chimay. In 2018 he finishes sixth overall in the International Road Racing Championship before winning the title three years later, winning five of the eight races held. In 2019 at the ManxGP he leads the Newcomers race from start to finish, showing his talent early on and standing on the top step of the podium.

He inherited a passion for motorcycles from his father (a former French racer and champion) as early as age 2, when he started racing motorcycles on a PW50, then competed at age 12 in the French Mountain Climbing Championship.

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