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.
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The United States have moved closer to winning this year’s FIM World Trophy category at the FIM International Six Days of Enduro (ISDE) with victory on the penultimate day of competition. Also taking a firm grasp of the FIM Women’s World Trophy class, the United States lead with just one...
With just two days to go the fourth day of the 2019 ISDE proved yet another tough ask with both bodies and bikes battling fatigue as well as the present conditions, six-time FIM Women’s World Trophy winner’s RecoverR8 Team Australia being the biggest casualty of the day.
Amongst the huge contingent of volunteers that make the FIM ISDE happen, the marshals play a key role throughout the week and are a close-knit group who thoroughly enjoy their work.
The United States defend their FIM World Trophy lead on day four of the FIM International Six Days of Enduro (ISDE) in Portugal. Drama has struck six-time FIM Women’s World Trophy winner’s RecoverR8 Team Australia as they exit the competition, while their compatriots continue to head the FIM...
Yesterday's decision by Race Direction to postpone the initial action in the 2019 FIM Enduro Vintage Trophy (EVT), for reasons outside of their control, means the one hundred and twenty plus riders from ten nations will enjoy a packed schedule today.