David Knight claimed his 14th British title with victory at the British Extreme Enduro Championship in Lancashire on Sunday.
The Isle of Man rider dominated the competition from start to finish, recording commanding victories in both rounds.
It was the 34-year-old's first title for his newly established Honda Pro Racing team.
He said: "It's great to win a 14th British title and my first with Honda."
Knight finished around three minutes ahead of Graham Jarvis.
"It was a really tough event and it is extra special to win the first title for my team," he added.
"We've been working incredibly hard testing the bike in Spain and I wasn't going to race - but I am glad I did.
"I had a few issues with the fuelling and had to take three pit stops rather that one but I got the hammer down and had a good gap by the end of the race."
Knight will begin his World Enduro Championship campaign in March with a double-header in Chile and Argentina.