News from the HESG, AMA & more

This week, we have again summarized the latest information and developments in the enduro scene for you. We hope you enjoy reading them and have a nice day, let's go!

Extreme Enduro: Now also on the rise in the USA

More and more U.S. riders are getting involved in extreme enduro racing, which is why the AMA created its first-ever Extreme Championship for 2021, the AMA Extreme Championship, challenging riders on both the East and West coasts. The race series kicked off this month in Arizona at the Grinding Stone Enduro, with 180 riders competing. In the end, none other than Sherco rider Cody Webb came out on top in a race that tested both riders and equipment.

Events: Superenduro World Championship in April cancelled

As recently announced, this year's edition of the SuperEnduro World Championship, which would have taken place in Budapest's Papp Lazlo Arena, has also fallen victim to the Corona pandemic. From the side of the organizers, it is said that the current situation will be monitored, and a new date will be communicated as soon as possible. We remain curious!

Training: It pays to be fast

If you want to have fun in the terrain, you cannot really get around regular training - after all, the saying "practice makes perfect" also applies here. In addition to improving your skills, training also gives you the opportunity to meet like-minded people and simply enjoy an all-round good time out from everyday life, making you almost feel like you just went on a short vacation.

But: many of our dates are already well booked, some have even been booked out for weeks already – therefore, it's worth to be quick if you want to secure yourself one of the coveted places!

All information & our registration form can be found here.

Hard Enduro: Victory for Roman in Spain

Unimpressed by the current situation, the Spanish Hard Enduro Cup of the Moto Club Calahorra took place in Arnedo, La Rioja, in mid-March - and even set a record with 265 registered riders! The 14 km long track did not make it easy for the riders, even overtaking the lapped riders was no easy task on the demanding course. In the end, Mario Roman could secure the first place and Teodor Kabakchiev, who completed his first race in Spain in the team of the legendary Graham Jarvis, landed on the second place. Third place was secured by Josu Artola and the winner of the women's class, Sandra Gómez, was able to draw on her excellent trial skills during the race, which secured her an impressive 18th place overall.

Adventure: Istria invites you to a motorcycle tour

Whether on a sports or touring enduro - Istria and its offshore islands offer many exciting routes with a very large offroad component. Experience your off-road adventure in breathtaking scenery, tailored to your level. In small groups you will ride over gravel roads, through forests and riverbeds as well as over single trails - you alone decide how challenging it should be. You can book these tours from March to December, also with more riding days or an additional Jet Ski Safari. Thanks to the proximity to the picturesque Adriatic coast, this tour can also be ideally integrated into a family vacation.

Secure your spot here.

HESG: Season start postponed

Even though these news don’t read too surprisingly, this year's HESG run in Reisersberg has recently been postponed to 07/17/2021, which also pushes the start of the season in Germany further back. Now, the season will begin with the run in Hamma on 29.05.2021 - let's keep our fingers crossed that it can take place as planned.

All dates of the HESG can also be found in our event calendar.

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