EMX 65 / EMX 85 European Championship – North East zone 
EMX Women’s European Championship

EMX 65 / EMX 85 European Championship – North East zone

EMX Women’s European Championship

The Lithuanian city of Siauliai hosted the second round of the EMX 65 / EMX 85 European Championship – North East zone and the sixth of EMX Women’s European Championship. Riders from Riders form 13 different countries joined the weekend, confirming the internationality of the series.

In race1 Polish rider Dawid Zaremba took the holeshot, but he crashed on lap 2. The Estonian Gregor Kuusk took a lead, saving the position until the chequered flag. Behind him second position for another Estonian rider Travis Leok and third for Raivo Laicans from Latvia.
Race 2 started in the best way for Zaremba, but after few laps he was overcame by Kuusk. Third position for Jan-Marten Paju from Estonia.

Amazing double win for Lucas Leok, who was unstoppable. Behind him Aston Allas from Estonia finished second and third, while Jekabs Hudoleis from Latvia was third in race1 and Toms Dankers second in race2.

EMX Women
After great start Line Dam from Denmark took the holeshot, maintain the leadership until the chequered flag. Behind her Norwegian Mathea Selebo finished second at the end of a hard-fought race. Third position for Danee Gelissen from the Netherlands.
In race2 crash for two big candidates: Selebo and Dam. The win went to Dance Gelissen ahead of Alexandra Massury from Germany and Camile Viaud from France.

Overall results
EMX 85
1. Gregor Kuusk/EST
2. Dawid Zarremba/POL
3. Raivo Laicans/LAT

1. Lucas Leok/EST
2. Aston Allas/EST
3. Jekabs Hudolejs/LAT

EMX Women
1. Danee Gelissen/NED
2. Line Dam/DEN
3. Alexandra Massury/GER

EMX Women 125
1. Danee Gelissen/NED
2. Alexandra Masonry/GER
3. Tyra Bäkström/SWE

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