Photo @Robert Pairan
After a vigorous start in March and shortly later the second round in France, the Enduro European-Championship (EEC) lived a long pause before the third round, which is scheduled on 30th and 31st July 2016 at Ogre, in Latvia. A European Enduro round was held in the same venue in 2012 for the first time, with a very well organized race.
From the left Dr Wolfgang Srb, FIM Europe President, Edvards Bidzans and Rene Hofer, respectively EMX65 and EMX85 European Champions, and David Luongo, Youthstream Director
People can’t imagine how impressive it is to see 65cc and 85cc bikes ripping around a grand prix circuit. It’s nothing short of awesome and with the European Championship EMX65 and EMX85 finals taking place at the MXGP of Czech Republic, in Loket, today, the world has been gifted a sneak peek at the future of motocross.