Alpinestars and eight-time World Champion, Marc Marquez, have collaborated for the fifth consecutive year to launch the Spring 2023 Alpinestars X MM93 Capsule Collection that brings Marc’s racing style from the track and combines it with Alpinestars’ technical product excellence. The MM93 Spring 2023 collab offers a variety of products inspired by the distinctive MM93 style and racing livery for the 2023 MotoGP season, where the bright sodalite blue had been added to Marc’s suit, helmet, gloves, and racing boots.

For Spring 2023, the capsule collection pieces bring elements from his iconic MM93 logo and the new design of Marc’s Supertech R racing boots. Leveraging the scramble pattern derived from the geometric lines of the logo, the design team incorporated the sodalite blue to further accentuate the logos, the graphics, and the colors on the logos, bringing some additional racing spirit and vitality to the range. The result is a collection where the style of the MM93 Capsule is unique and exudes racing elements also present in his 2023 MotoGP kit.  We sought to keep only the essential elements of MM93 and worked to accentuate them with Marquez’s trademark red, black, gray, and new intense royal blue, colors, to create a range where the individual pieces look stunning alone or in combination with other products in the line.

“This is my 5th MM93 capsule collection with Alpinestars, and it’s exciting to see it evolve and rewarding to see the technologies and materials I use in MotoGP filter down to products for everyday street riders. Alpinestars protects me, and this collection lets my fans enjoy the same high standards of protection in my own colors and designs, which is very cool.

Just as on the track, we cannot imagine not riding without the airbag; we’ve collaborated on jackets that can be worn with airbags, as well as technical riding shoes, and gloves, making sure that dirt riders, street motorbike riders, or even riders on the track all feel safe and protected and can enjoy their ride even more. Alpinestars. One Goal. One Vision.”

Marc Marquez

The Spring 2023 MM93 Capsule features jackets, gloves, performance riding shoes, and accessories including technical backpacks. Several of the recent jacket additions to the MM93 Capsule Collection are Tech-Air® Ready, designed to accommodate the expansion of the Tech-Air® Airbag System.


  • Austin Riding Shoes
  • MM93 Jerez v2 Backpack
  • MM93 Losail v2 Gloves
  • MM93 Aragon Gloves
  • MM93 Thunder Thigh Bag and MM93 Waist Bag

Marc’s perseverance and philosophy of pushing to the limit are shared by Alpinestars and the company’s drive to incorporate professional athletes’ feedback and involvement in our world-renowned racing program. A leader for airbag protection in MotoGP and in the motorsports industry, Alpinestars R&D laboratories and product development teams are constantly striving to offer excellence in protective motorcycling apparel, footwear, and helmets to ensure riders have products that offer superior protection and performance. Alpinestars, together with Marc Marquez and other MotoGP riders have been able to bring protective top racing products, as well as Tech-Air® Airbag technology to everyday riders.  The new Spring 2023 Alpinestars MM93 Collection brings these product innovations to life, allowing Marc’s fans to ride with advanced protective gear in great MM93 style.

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Marquez shows his speed in Le Mans

The Repsol Honda Team’s Marc Marquez starred in a thrilling French GP, battling until the very end for the podium and showing the #93 is well and truly back.

Saturday’s electric atmosphere was only amplified as a record-breaking crowd of over 116,000 descended on the Le Mans circuit for race day. These fans would not leave disappointed as the most thrilling race of the year quickly erupted – Marc Marquez playing a leading role as he fought with his characteristic determination for every place on his return to the grid.

From second on the grid, the #93 immediately put himself into contention for the lead as he battled with Jack Miller in the opening laps. The pair continually traded places and fought fiercely as other riders loomed in the background. Marquez was briefly pushed out of podium contention as he and Bezzecchi ran wide, but quickly found his way back into the top three. As drama unfolded behind him, Marquez turned his attentions to Jorge Martin and the top three.

The pair began another awe-inspiring battle in the second half of the race as Marquez slid his Honda RC213V around the French circuit, defending second place in spectacular style. A moment coming out of Turn 6 would put the eight-time World Champion on the wrong line into Turn 7, resulting in a fall. Walking away unharmed, Marquez was disappointed not to walk away with a reward for the weekend’s work but content with the performance he produced.


Marc Márquez – DNF

“I am really happy with the race today; I was able to ride like I rode a long time ago and I was really able to enjoy being on the bike. Unfortunately, the final result is not what we wanted, but I spent the whole race fighting and pushing the limit. We have had a really busy weekend doing a lot of work and a podium would have been a great reward, especially for my team who have continued to work at their maximum. We still need to find a bit more to fight like this every weekend. In terms of the crash, I fell at Turn 7 but it started at Turn 6 when I had a lot of shaking and I didn’t arrive with the perfect line. I think we had a real MotoGP race today; it was a great show for all the fans who came here this weekend.”

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Marc Márquez returns at historic 1000th GP in France

Marc Marquez makes his much-anticipated return to restore the Repsol Honda Team and re-join Joan Mir, both looking for stable weekends during a milestone event.

After breaking the first metacarpal on his right hand in Portugal, Marc Marquez will return to racing his Repsol Honda Team RC213V in France. Having consulted with three separate medical teams, all involved are satisfied with the healing of the bone and the #93 will be back on track in France. The primary focus of the weekend will be getting back into the flow of a Grand Prix weekend and picking up where Marquez and the Honda RC213V left off. Marquez has stood on the top step of the podium on three occasions in the premier class in Le Mans.

The full-strength Repsol Honda Team will be back out on track at 10:45 Local Time for Free Practice 1 on Friday, May 12.

Marc Marquez

“I am really happy to be back with the Repsol Honda Team, about to ride my bike again. First of all I want to thank my medical team for their professionalism and advice over the past few weeks. Of course as a rider you always want to be back as soon as possible, but with an injury like this it was really important to allow it to heal. Now I am here and fully focused on riding, I have no worries about the injury since it’s fully healed. Let’s see what the French GP brings and most importantly, work to our maximum.”

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