Marc Marquez will make his competitive return at next weekend's Aragon Grand Prix after nearly four months out of action.
The six-time world champion has not raced competitively since the Italian GP on May 29 due to undergoing surgery on his right arm.
That was the fourth time Marquez had gone under the knife since breaking his arm in a crash at the Spanish GP in July 2020.
After completing a two-day test in Misano and intensive training at home, Repsol Honda confirmed on Tuesday the Spaniard will take part in the 15th race of the season.
Commenting on the news in a video message posted on social media, Marquez said: "As you can see, I'm smiling, which means I'll be at the Aragon GP. Racing, of course.
"After talking to the doctors and the team, we have decided that the best for my recovery is to continue on the bike, adding up kilometres for next year.
"Doing it in the Aragon GP in front of all the fans is priceless. I'm sure your support will help me go through the whole weekend. Looking forward to Friday and being on the bike."
Marquez has won the Aragon GP a record five times in MotoGP, but he finished second to Francesco Bagnaia in last year's thrilling battle.