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Vintage Enduro European Championship: the second round in France

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Vintage Enduro European Championship: the second round in France The second round of the Vintage Enduro European Championship took place on Saturday 1st June in Le Mayet de la Montagne, France. The second round of the Vintage Enduro European Championship took place on Saturday 1st June in Le Mayet de la Montagne, France. About 50 riders come to join this vintage race organised by the motorcycle club Team Saint Yorre Motos, led by President Robert Jourdan. The race began on Friday with the acceleration test, ruled by Gianpaolo Bergamaschi in front of Donato Benetti, both with BMW.. On Saturday the race was articulated with three laps and two special test: one fast enduro test and one cross test like and World one. The winner of the race: Class A3  - Sala Paolo MAria ITA (Zundapp) Class A4 - Barsotti Alberto   ITA (Husqvarna) Class C2 - Caselli Luciano ITA (Husqvarna) Class C3 - Arenas Xavier  SPA (Montesa)
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Enduro European Championship: day2 overall-win to Kristof Kouble

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Enduro European Championship: day2 overall-win to Kristof Kouble The Czech Kristof Kouble surprisingly won the second day of the Enduro European Championship. Because of the bad weather with heavy rain, the organizer + defused parts of the track and the special tests, because in day1 only 70 of the 107 participants crossed the finish line. Previous day's winner, Albin Elowson, have had led more than half the time, but a gearbox damage on his motorcycle caused the Swede to check out prematurely. Shortly before, his compatriot Mikael Persson, yesterday's third overall, had retired after a crash with electrical problems. The only 19-year-old junior Rony Kytönen from Finland was able to finish second in the overall standings ahead of the Brits Jed Etcheles. In this order was the overall standings over the two days and Kouble continues the championship-lead in the overall class. Both top-riders also won their cubic capacity class:
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Enduro European Championship: Albin Elowson wins first day in Brezno

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Enduro European Championship: Albin Elowson wins first day in Brezno The Swede Albin Elowson won the first day of the second round of this year's European Enduro Championship in Brezno / Slovakia, in the overall standings: The Husqvarna rider gradually managed to get ahead of championship leader Kristof Kouble, who in the end added up to over half a minute. Both riders also won their cubic capacity class, Elowson the four-stroke 250cc class and Kouble the junior 2-3 class. The junior class 1, with the smaller cubic capacity motorcycles, was won by the Finn Roni Kytönen, who had to overtake some slower riders on the track in front of him, otherwise he might have been even better than his fourth place in the overall standings. How demanding the track and the special stages were is most evident in the women's class: there the English rider Nieve Holmes won - although
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Enduro European Championship: this weekend the second round in Slovakia

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Enduro European Championship: second round in Slovakia The European Enduro Championship changes to the second round of the four competitions into Slovakia, next weekend on 18th and 19th of May 2019: The former mining town also has a tradition in Enduro sport. For a long time, the "Sports Training Centre for Offroad Motorcycles" was one of the largest clubs in Slovakia. Numerous competitions took place here, an just last year on round to the Slovak and Czech Championships. The riders and teams of the European Championship move to the historical market square in the middle of the city, where the paddock and the administration centre are located. On Saturday and Sunday the more than 100 riders from 13 nations will be sent out for the three laps from 9:00 a.m. onwards. There are around 180 km to be driven daily and three different special stages to be completed in each
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Enduro European Championship: double win for Kouble in Portugal

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Enduro European Championship: double win for Kouble in Portugal The only 21-year-old Krystof Kouble from the Czech Republic won both the first and the second day at the start of the European Enduro Championship in Gois, Portugal, taking the in the overall classification. Heavy rain and hailstorms made the track muddy and slippery and led the organizers to some detours. In Day 1 the KTM rider immediately took the lead and extended his lead to 22 seconds until the end. After a crash in the enduro test his lead had shrunk a little, but overall all participants had to struggle more with the weather conditions than with the competition. Second overall position for the Finnish Eemil Pohjamo (TM 300 2T) and third for the Swede Albin Elowson. The Czech Zuzana Novackova won the Women category, collecting the fewest penalty minutes on the demanding track: in the end she had over
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Superenduro Cup: the season ends in Bilbao

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Superenduro Cup: the season ends in Bilbao The last event of 2019 years Superenduro European Cup was held on 06th April in the Bizkaia Arena of Bilbao, Spain, together with Maxxis FIM Superenduro World Championship and an exciting crowd of over 2.000. 15 riders took part to the qualification for the finals, in a technical track with a lot of different jumps and obstacles such as logs and stones. Winner of the first final was the French Paul Bury, while the German Robert Scharl got the second. After the two finals Scharl won followed by Bury, second, and Tom Knight, third.  
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Vintage Enduro European Championship: the first round in Italy

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Vintage Enduro European Championship: the first round in Italy The first round of the Vintage Enduro European Championship was held in Piacenza, Italy. About 100 riders took part to the first event of the calendar, with spring weather conditions and temperatures. The Overall winner was the Italian Fausto Scovolo, who ruled in the six special tests in front of Paolo Giulietti, second, and Osvlado Armanni, third. The Enduro Vintage European Championship calendar: 1. Italy (30th-31st March) 2. France (1st-2nd June) 3. Spain (4th-6th October)
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Superenduro European Championship in Hungary

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The second FIME Super Enduro Cup was held last weekend at  Papp László Sportaréna, just 2 km from Budapest city center together with the FIM World Championship. There were almost 8500 spectators with a full arena in the evening. The weather was quite cold, just some degrees over the zero and the organisers worked very well. In the European Cup there were 23 rider from 11 federation and in FIM Junior and FIM Prestige class were 37 riders in total. European Cup riders were split in two groups A and B and these groups had separate practice at 11:30 and 11:40. Same groups had a Time Practice (qualification) at 13:42 and 13:52. From Time Practice 10 best riders got a final place. For not-qualified riders there was Last Change race 14:50 where best 4 got a final place and next 2 was reserve riders. First European Cup final was 18:35 and start order
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European Super Enduro Cup at Krakow (Poland)

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On Saturday 8 December, the opening competition of the FIM Europe Super Enduro Cup was held at Krakow, Poland, in the context of the Maxxis FIM SuperEnduro World Championship. The Tauron Arena was sold out to host the first round and the Polish fans kept up their reputation for being the most passionate and enthusiastic on the calendar. At the start 36 riders from all over Europe. After a long day of testing, only 14 managed to qualify for the final races. The German rider Robert Scharl (Husqvarna) won the overall thanks to the second position in the first heat for only 3 seconds and after having dominated the final heat. He has also gained the leadership in the Championship. Bury Paul (France - Beta) and Thomas Hostinsky (Slovakia - Husqvarna), finished in second and third position respectively. The next round will be held on 9 February in Budapest, Hungary,
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