EMX Quad European Championship at Cieszyn (Poland)

The city of Cieszyn, in the beautiful county of Silesia, in Poland, hosted the fourth round of the EMX Quad European Championship, with the best riders of the Continental series at the start. The panoramic view of the motocross track attracted more than 4000 spectators in the whole weekend.

On Saturday practice and qualifying race took place in good conditions and sunny weather.

All photos by Alex Skoczek/X-Cross

The winner of the day and first rider at the starting gate on Sunday was Polish Roman Gwiazda.
Second position for Estonian rider Kevin Saar ahead of Harry Walker from Great Britain.

The surface of the track on Sunday was prepared by the CKM Club Team Members and was good after track maintenance and evening watering.

Red plated Christopher Tveraen had to step down in front of the Estonian rider Kevin Saar who won both races followed by Harry Walker and the home-rider Roman Gwiazda, who is the local hero. Gwiazda was in the third position in the first race and in second position from the start to the finish in the second race, which made him gain the second place on the event podium.

The next round in of the EMX Quad Motocross European Championship will take place on the weekend of 16-17 July at Kivioli, Estonia.
Full results on FIM Europe website:


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