The British men's team and the women's team have made history as they have both won the ISDE in France. It's the first time they've ever done the double, of course, the first ever win for the women's team and the first time the men's team has won since 1953! The
Watson wins both days of World Enduro
Nathan Watson won both days of the Portuguese World Enduro round this weekend in a successful meeting for his Red Moto Honda team. He is now third in the EnduroGP World Championship standings. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGml4duUoE4 The team report says: A double win in the EnduroGP and in E2 with Nathan Watson , four podiums for Rony Kytonen with two
Watson takes World Enduro day 1 win
Yamaha unveils new off-road base
The Yamaha Off-Road experience (YORE), owned and managed by the multiple World and British enduro championship winning Jones family has expanded and upgraded its facilities, hailing it one of the most premium off-road experience centres in Europe. Geraint Jones and Tarran Mackenzie cut the ribbon Opening the Centre was current British Superbike
Sunderland wins Abu Dhabi rally
Dabill deal for enduro and trials!
James Dabill will ride both Enduro and Trials events this year, backed by Apico. He will concentrate on UK events including the BEC, Sprints and Hard Enduro Championships together with the Scottish Six Days Trial and Scott Trials with other select events possible. He will be a Leatt Athlete when competing
Freeman is world enduro champ!
How the ISDE was won
German World Enduro axed
The FIM, together with the German Motorcycle Federation (DMSB), regret to announce that the EnduroGP of Germany, round five of the 2021 Borilli FIM EnduroGP World Championship scheduled to take place in Zschopau, Saxony on October 8/9/10, has been cancelled. Despite the best efforts of the FIM, DMSB, and the organising
Sunderland’s Kazakhstan rally stage win
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Sam Sunderland has taken the win on the long stage three of Rally Kazakhstan. Finishing two minutes ahead of his rivals, the result moves Sunderland up to fourth in the provisional overall standings. Matthias Walkner safely completed the stage in 10th, just under 12 minutes