The heart and soul of the FIM International Six Days of Enduro (ISDE), the Club Team Awards category, saw a big day at the office for the mixture of amateur and top riders.

Team Italy took the opening day honours with a win over KBS Team-CZ, with XC Gear in third. Enduro Dream Team, featuring former ISDE World Trophy team winners and Enduro World Champions Antoine Meo (Kawasaki), Christophe Nambotin (Sherco) and Pela Renet (KTM), and Ligue AURA B2R Bonneton complete the top five, with only twenty-nine seconds separating first to fifth.

The individual classification saw Enduro Dream Team’s Antoine Meo (Kawasaki) end Day One fastest of the three hundred and sixty-nine Club Team finishers. Meo – a five-time FIM Enduro World Championship – made good his long-awaited return to competitive action at the FIM ISDE.

Italy’s Kevin Cristino (Fantic) and Krystof Kouble (Husqvarna) were close behind in second and third respectively. Only five seconds separate the top three overall.

In the DUNLOP GEOMAX Challenge, a unique opportunity for all Club Team riders using exclusively DUNLOP GEOMAX EN91 tyres, it is American Kai Aiello (Husqvarna) that leads the way, ahead of Great Britain’s Charlie Chater (Yamaha) with American Anthony Ferrante (GASGAS) Third. The top five riders in the DUNLOP GEOMAX Challenge will receive exclusive DUNLOP prizes come the end of the FIM ISDE on Saturday.

Watch the Dunlop Geomax Challenge results.