This year’s FIM International Six Days of Enduro (ISDE) might only have come to a close but plans are already in place for next year’s race to take place in Italy.
The media are very much part of the FIM ISDE family, it is a long and tough week for them as they work hard to ensure that the story of the race is shared with the World.
The United States have claimed FIM World Trophy victory at the ninety-fourth edition of the FIM International Six Days of Enduro (ISDE) in Portimao, Portugal. In what is now their second win in the event, the United States led home RecoveR8 Team Australia in second with Italy - hosts for the 2020 FIM ISDE - securing third.
The six days is a unique opportunity for all to represent their country at the oldest off-road motorcycle event on the FIM calendar! Meet those who venture from afar to compete at the International Six Days of Enduro!
Without our time-keepers, we would have no official results! Meet the people behind this important role here at the International Six Days of Enduro!