Aiming for their third FIM World Trophy win, Australia start with thoughts of victory firmly on their mind. Led by Daniel Sanders (Husqvarna) - individual runner-up in 2018, together with four-time FIM Enduro World Champion Matt Phillips (KTM), Josh Green (Yamaha) and Luke Styke (Yamaha) they aim...
The stage is set for the ninety-fourth edition of the FIM International Six Days of Enduro (ISDE) to take place at Portimao, Portugal – starting Monday 11 November. Australia enter the FIM’s longest-running motorcycle race as the defending champions in both the FIM World Trophy and FIM...
All memorabilia for the 6 days in Portugal 2019 is available for sale from Wednesday 6 November, inside the paddock at the Racing School Shop and Organiser Box, and outside the track at the AIA shop. Quantities are limited , so get in as soon as possible to have the best possible choice!
It is almost time for the ninety-fourth edition of the FIM International of Six Days Enduro (ISDE) where Australia hope to successfully defend their FIM World Trophy and FIM Women’s World Trophy crown.
In little over a week more than five hundred riders from twenty-six nations will compete in the 2019 FIM International Six Days of Enduro (ISDE) to be held in Portimao, Portugal from 11-16 November.
Instrumental in guiding the USA to their debut victory in 2016, Team Manager Antti Kallonen explains the finer details of planning their trip to Portimao, Portugal this November.
As well as remaining the ultimate test of man and modern machine, the event in November will also incorporate the fourth edition of the FIM Enduro Vintage Trophy
In just sixty-five days – 11 to 16 November - the Portimao circuit will welcome over seven hundred and fifty riders from thirty-four countries to compete in what remains the oldest event in the FIM calendar.