Enduro European Championship: the final in Germany

Enduro European Championship:
the final in Germany

The final of the Borilli European Enduro Championship 2022 will take place on 29-30 October in Rüdersdorf, Germany, directly east of the capital Berlin.

The organising MC Woltersdorf already hosted the European Championship final in 2015 and even the Enduro GP raced here in 2018.

The paddock is in the museum park, which depicts the eventful industrial history on site, especially the extraction and processing of limestone. The site offers space for the parc-fermè in historic walls and space for a predominantly natural extreme test next door.

There are three different special tests on a 55 km circuit run three times a day: Extreme Test, Cross Test and Enduro Test. The Cross Test is about 6 km away from the paddock and leads over a slightly sandy meadow course. The Enduro test is only 4 km away and has several ascents and descents through the middle of the forest. A course map is enclosed with this mailing.

Belgian Erik Willems has the chance to secure his championship title on the Husqvarna already after the first day of riding as his fiercest competitor, British Dan Mundell, was forced to the withdraw due to a technical problem after a crash in Sweden.

In the individual classes, the fight for the title will be decided on the last day.

The award ceremony will be held on Sunday from 6 pm, right on the grounds of the Museum Park.

In addition, the competition will also see the final of the Vintage European Championship. The historic ambience on site fits perfectly with the also historic vehicles of this competition.

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