In 1985, the Junior Trophy, exclusively for riders up to the age of 23, was renamed the Silver Vase. The World Trophy took on its current configuration, with teams of six members, free to choose their own bikes.
Finland had its first success in the Junior category in 1989 with a crew led by the very promising Kari Tainen. He organised his first Six Days seven years later and from that moment onwards, “Suomi” Enduro became extremely popular. However, France and Spain were also beginning to show their mettle.
In 2007, the Women’s Trophy for teams of three riders was introduced, and since the beginning, it has been dominated by the French. Today, in addition to the World Trophy, the Junior Trophy and the Women’s Trophy, there is also Club Trophy for three-member teams representing their clubs.