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First day of European Enduro in Arsiè

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The first day of the Enduro European Championship was held yesterday in Arsiè, in Northern Italy. The town of Arsiè is not far from Belluno, in a plain surrounded by mountains in the north of Lake Corlo, an artificial lake created in 1954 blocking the Cismon river along the slopes of Monte Grappa for the production of electrical energy. In the first day of competition, in the main town square 231 riders started the race at 9.00. Two the special tests: one cross (to cover three times) and one timed enduro test (to cover two times), for a total of five special test. It was a day to remember for Italian enduro, as Italian riders won in seven of the nine classes: In the E1 Senior Alessio Paoli (250 4T Suzuki) imposed himself in front of the Polish Szuster Michael (TM 250 4T) and the German Andreas Beier (KTM 250
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Introduction of the 2012 Enduro EC

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The Enduro European Championship will start this weekend the 26th and 27th of May in Italy. The Championship consists of four events to be held in Italy, Estonia, Latvia and Slovakia. The two rounds in Estonia and Latvia can be contested on consecutive week-ends, thus making it an ideal stepping-stone for young talents into the international Enduro sport, as well as a platform for the established semi-pros. Fierce competition will be expected as starter-numbers, liaison and special-tests will be on par with the World-championships. A lot of thought and effort has been put into the classes this year. Besides the normal E1 to E3 and the womens' class, there is going to be a veterans' class for the riders over 40 years as well as three juniors' classes. Also there is a strictly E1 as well as a mixed E2 and E3 class and new this year a 125ccm 2-stroke
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Record registrations to the 1st round of the Enduro EC

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The organisers of the first round of the Enduro European Championship, scheduled on the 26th and 27th of May 2012 in Arsié (Italy), informed that until now they received the registration of 235 riders, among them only 50 coming from Italy. The rest is coming from different European countries, also from countries that participate to the Championship for the first time (for example Croatia and Lithuania). This record number of registration to this championship is a further confirmation of the value, also under a promotional point of view, of this event. Furthermore, it is important to highlight that 71 riders belong to the Junior classes, which is a good sign for the future of this discipline. In Arsié will be held also the single round of the UEM Cup of the 50 cc class.
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