The European Enduro Championship is ready to kick off

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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European Super Enduro Cup at Albi (France)

Mike Hartmann (Photo @Robert Pairan) The second and final round of the European Super Enduro Cup was held at Albi, in France, in the context of the the FIM Maxxis SuperEnduro World Championship. In the European class German Mike Hartmann (Husqvarna) proved unbeatable as he raced his way to a double victory and the European Cup title confirming the title he had won last year. Adrian Jacon (KTM) from France conquered the second place in the race, which is remarkable considering that he is a rookie. Harmann won the Cup in front of his compatriots Marcel Teucher (KTM) and Felix Braeuer (KTM). Full results on FIM Europe website:
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European races of the weekend 18-19 March

In the weekend from Saturday 18th to Sunday 19th March, the follow­ing European races will be held: 18-19 March - European Motocross EMX 65/85 at Giannitsa/Greece 18 March - European Super Enduro Cup at Albi/France. Photo @Youthstream
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European Extreme Enduro Cup at Tong, Leeds (Great Britain)

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The first round of the European Extreme Enduro Cup was held at Tong, Leeds, in Great Britain. The expected snow and bad weather never materialised and although the race started in wet weather and the course remained wet and muddy, there was no heavy rain but even some sunny conditions. Extreme Enduro specialist Graham Jarvis took the lead from the start. The expected challenge from David Knight, multi-world champion and multi-winner of this event did not happen because Knight crashed heavily on Lap 1 and was forced to retire. Ex Trial star Billy Bolt now concentrating on Extreme Enduro challenged Jarvis in the early stages, but then Graham started racing with his normal, smooth style he gained a good gap. Paul Bolton, coming back from a long period of stop due to injury, did a really good race, struggling with Bolt. Jarvis had never won this event and was determined
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European SuperEnduro at Cracow (Poland)

The European SuperEnduro was held in the context of the Maxxis World Championship at Cracow (Poland). In the FIM Europe class, Mike Hartmann (Husqvarna, in the photo) got his tittle defence off to a winning start with the overall victory. Placing second in race one to Thomas Hostinsky (SVK-Husqvarna) and then taking victory in the second and final race gave him the top step of the podium. Despite a race one win, third in race two dropped Hostinsky back to second overall on the night. With a 4-2 scorecard, Marcel Teucher(D-KTM) completed the top three.
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