In the Club Team class, KBS Team-CZ rode clear to take victory on Day Two of the FIM International Six Days of Enduro (ISDE). Claiming the win by forty-two seconds from XC Gear, they took over the race lead from Team Italy.

Keeping themselves in the hunt for the overall win, third on Day Two sees Team Italy enter Day Three thirty-four seconds behind KBS Team-CZ. With XC Gear putting in a strong showing, they too are racing their way into contention and sit eleven seconds behind in third overall.

Ligue AURA – B2R Bonneton are now fourth, with Enduro Dream Team completing the top five in the Club Team competition.

In the overall Club Team Award classification KBS Team-CZ lead from Team Italy with XC Gear in third after two days of racing.

In the individual honours, it was Krystof Kouble (Husqvarna) who secured the overall win from Kevin Cristino (Fantic). Kouble was on a mission, topping the standings by almost one minute. Craig Delong (Husqvarna) ended his day in third.

In the DUNLOP GEOMAX Challenge, a unique opportunity for all Club Team riders using exclusively DUNLOP GEOMAX EN91 tyres, American Tyler Vore (Husqvarna) was fastest on Day Two over fellow Americans Anson Maloney (KTM) and Kai Aiello (Husqvarna).

Vore now leads the way, ahead of Aiello and Maloney. The top five riders in the DUNLOP GEOMAX Challenge will receive exclusive DUNLOP prizes come the end of the FIM ISDE on Saturday.