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European Baja Championship at Szczecin Dobra (Poland)

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The European Baja Championship was held this weekend at Szczecin Dobra, in Poland. 14 riders took part to the event: 5 in the Bike class and 9 in the Quad class, in front of around 1000 spectators. In Day1 after the Special Stage the riders continued the race with 282,84 km long race day within two Special Stages (SS2 and SS3). The track was not too dusty, which might cause troubles during a race. From time to time during the day it rained, so the track was a bit muddy, too. In the Bikes Class the fastest rider was Adam Tomiczek (3h03’40’’) from Poland, 27 seconds ahead of his compatriot Maciej Giemza. Third position for Jakub Patek (3h19’19’’) from Poland, too. All of them were racing on KTM. In the Quad Class the fastest rider was Polish Arkadiusz Lindner (3h40’21’’), ahead of Andrzej Pieron (4h21’11’’). Third step of the podium for Przemyslaw
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European Enduro Cup at Orebro (Sweden)

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The European Enduro Cup was held at Orebro, in Sweden. The race is also called Battle of Vikings and the winner of this edition was Mario Roman from Spain, who gained a wide margin. Joakim Ljunggren (Sweden) was second and Magnus Thor (Sweden) finished in third place. All riders seem happy with their results in the toughest battle ever - only 35 riders managed to make one lap or more, and more then 100 riders did not finish before the maximum time elapsed. “I'm very happy with the track, I didn't have one sad moment on this track”, stated Mario commentinghis win. “The organisers did a fantastic job. I would gladly come back and win next year’s round, too!” Joakim Ljunggren was also happy with his second place. “I feel super happy, considering Mario is a factory rider”, stated Joakim. “It felt tough on the first lap, which made me
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European Enduro Championship at Burg (Germany) - Day1

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The first day of the third round of European Enduro Championship took place at Burg (Germany), close to Magdeburg. The over 74 km long circuit was ridden three times in a row and included the three tests at every round. At the end the junior riders have had been successful in the overall result, also because of the heavy rain which arrived after their race. Italian Mateo Pavoni won the overall ranking with his KTM in front of French David Abgrall on Sherco and of his countryman Max Viall on Husqvarna. After them, Maurizio Micheluz in fourth place in the overall. Best local hero was the reigning German champion Dennis Schröter, in fifth position, who had lost over 15 seconds after a crash in the first Endurotest. Photo © Robert Pairan Swede Andreas Linusson won the Senior-E1-Class for the fifth time in a row, this time in front of the
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European Enduro Championship at Burg (Germany) - Preview

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On the 5th and 6th of August the third round of the European Enduro Championship will take place at Burg, in Germany, close to Magdeburg. Like in Estonia, where the last round was held one month ago, the locality is plain, without mountains and hills. Nevertheless it includes a track longer than 80 km 95% offroad and will be physically tiring for the riders. The ground will be mostly sandy, in very bumpy woods with a lot of roots. This will be a small home-advantage fort German riders, who are used to all this conditions (here a round of German Championship is being held for 22 years and even this weekend the competition is valid for German Championship, too). Every three laps there will be a motocross test and two enduro-tests. In addition, there will be a show-start in the centre of the town on Saturday, in order to present
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Enduro European Championship at Paikuse (Estonia) – Day2

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Today the second day of the Enduro European Championship Round 2 was held in Paikuse, Estonia and the overall victory was taken by the young Italian rider Matteo Pavoni (KTM, photo1) who also won the Junior E1 class. Matteo Pavoni The weather was very favourable for enduro riding today as well – it rained slightly at night and in the morning, most of the day was cloudy and the heat did not frighten the riders. “I had a very good day today. I made no mistakes and had no technical problems“, Pavoni said at the finish line. “Winning is a fantastic feeling!“ Enduro European Championship Round 2 Paikuse 08.-09.07.2017. Rannar Uusna. The local rider from the class Senior E3 Rannar Uusna (KTM - photo2) on the other hand did not have so good a day as yesterday. He took the fifth place in his class on the second day and
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Enduro European Championship at Paikuse (Estonia)

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Today the local rider Rannar Uusna (class Senior E3) won the opening day of the Enduro European Championship Round 2 in Paikuse, Estonia. “I made one small mistake in the Enduro Test but otherwise I had a smooth day“, said Uusna who after the first round of the Championship was holding the fifth position. Before the race Uusna set out to win in the familiar sandy conditions of his home country and he kept his promise.  “I had no problems today with my bike and I rode as well as I could.“ Uusna's time today was 42:25.97 and he was 3 seconds faster than the second in overall classification – Matteo Pavoni from Italy who also won the Junior E1 class. The third in overall classification and the winner of the Junior Under 20 class was Joakim Grelsson from Sweden – he was 9 seconds slower than Pavoni. Esimene päev
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European Enduro Championship at Gouveia (Portugal) - Day2

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After heavy rain the conditions of the first round of the European Enduro Championship at Gouveia, in Portugal, changed over the night and the track switched into a good shape today. Without the dust, senior E3 class Italian Oscar Balletti took the overall win in front of the reigning champion, his compatriot Maurizio Micheluz. Photo @Robert Pairan - Oscar Balletti Third place in the overall ranking for a rider, who was still a junior last year: Olivier Nelson. In the first day, the Swedish rider had big disadvantages through the dust. Andreas Linusson, also from Sweden, who has had switched from 300 2-stroke to the 250 4-stroke KTM, won the senior E1 class. He also took the lead in the championship, ahead of French Luc Breban and of the reigning champion of the class, Italian Guido Conforti, who took the second place in Day2. With his fantastic performance in the
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European Enduro Championship at Gouveia (Portugal) - Day1

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The first round of the European Enduro Championship started today at Gouveia, in Portugal. On the demanding track, among rocks and stones and a lot of dust, the French junior rider Theophile Espinasse took the first victory. The Sherco rider won all the first five tests and finished 25,6 seconds in front of Italian Oscar Balletti. The latter had an advantage from the technical problems of Anthony Geslin – the French was second until but he had technical problems at the last timecheck and dropped down to 14th position. Photo @Robert Pairan - Theophile Espinasse Espinasse won the junior E2/E3 class as well, with more than half a minute of advantage on his compatriots David Abgrail and Hugo Balanjoue. In the junior-class E1 the first place went to French Jeremy Miroir, who won ahead of Italian Matteo Rossi and of Czech Kristof Kouble. Among the under 20 Brit Daniel Mundell
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The European Enduro Championship is ready to kick off

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The new season of the Enduro European Championship is ready to kick off in two weeks, on 29/30 of April in Portugal. In Gouveia a challenging area is waiting for the riders, right at the border of the Serra da Estrela Natural Park. The local motoclub is busy in preparing everything: the special cross-test and enduro-test are all within walking distance from the paddock. Around on the track there are some more spectacular places. Photo @Robert Pairan The start of the three rounds, each of 55 km, will be at 9:00 am, and the arrival is expected at 3:00 pm. The reigning champion Brad Freeman is not going to take part to the series, because aftern winning the European series he has become a factory rider for Beta in the world championship. This means that this year the series will have a new overall champion. Last season’s second, the Czech
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European Baja Championship at Bugac, Hungary

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The first round of the European Baja Championship was held at Bugac, in Hungary. In the Quad class Iaroslav Tovstyk from Ukraine was the winner in front of Przemyslaw Pawlowski from Poland and Olga Roucková from Czech Republich. There was a special standing for women and  Olga Roucková was the winner in front of Sandra Ulrichova and Agata Stefaniak (in the photo).
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