"Today went super-well. I‰Ûªm trilled because we suffered such a lot ‰ÛÒ it was a really complicated trial," Bou said.
"In the final, not only did Adam pressure me, but also Albert Cabestany was there throughout to complicate the evening. I should remind you that Adam Raga has been really competitive all season, really piling the pressure on. When you come up against a rival of this quality, the titles have much more merit.
"I‰Ûªm really pleased. Now it‰Ûªs time to carry on living this dream," the Spaniard concluded.
Next port of call for the Repsol Honda Team will be in two weeks time with the start of the FIM Trial Outdoor World Championship season in Olvan and Cal Rosal (Barcelona) on 9th and 10th April. The team‰Ûªs triumvirate remains the same with Toni Bou, the current champion, to sport the number one, Takahisa Fujinami, the number five and Jaime Busto, six.