In the individual classification of the 2022 International Six Days of Enduro (ISDE), Spain’s Josep Garcia (KTM) topped the time sheets on Day Two, adding to his Day One victory. Great Britain’s Nathan Watson (Honda) showed he is up to speed in this year’s FIM ISDE by taking second, edging out Italy’s Andrea Verona (GASGAS) by just three tenths of a second.

Verona delivered another winning ride in Enduro1. The Italian consistently set the pace throughout the day to take a very comfortable fifty-three second margin of victory over Australia’s Daniel Milner (Fantic). The race for second place was exceptionally tight, with France’s Zach Pichon (Sherco) just two tenths of a second behind Milner in third. Great Britain’s Jamie McCanney (Husqvarna) was a further four seconds behind in fourth. Italy’s Thomas Oldrati (Honda) completed the top five.

The Enduro2 class top two mirrored the individual classification with Garcia and Watson placing first and second. Great Britain’s Steve Holcombe (Beta) finished third.

In the fight for Enduro3 class honours, France’s Leo Le Quere (Sherco) took the win on Day Two. Sweden’s Mikael Persson (Husqvarna) was runner-up, with Spain’s Jaume Betriu (KTM) and Marc Sans (Husqvarna) third and fourth respectively.

Individual overall results – both scratch and class by class are available here