After six riding-days in the Enduro-European-Championship, the final will be held on Friday, 28th of October, and Saturday, 29th of October.
After three rounds and six days of racing, the battle to become this year’s European Enduro Champion come to a head in the Netherland this Friday and Saturday October 28-29.
At the head of the field it’s KTM’s Brad Freeman who maintains the overall championship lead but with pressure mounting from behind it’s all to play for.
Set to bring the series to an exciting close, the Dutch town of Harfsen plays host to the action this Friday and Saturday.
The majority of the tests will take place at the forests. The first cross-test is directly at the paddock and is easy to watch for all the teams and spectators.
On both days the competitors will make ride three laps and cover more than 250 km off road.
As yet no champion has been crowned in any class, and things are very competitive.
In the overall standings it’s British youngster Brad Freeman who holds the lead despite missing one race due to injury. But to full capacity, KTM rider wants that to bring that title home with him.
His rival will be the Czech Jaromir Romancik, who has won the last two rounds. Romancik also enjoyed a very impressive ride at the ISDE leading his team to third overall. Clearly on form, he will be looking to end the year on a high.
Italian Nicolas Pellegrinelli must also be considered as a hot candidate. He has proven speed to mix things up.
The overall champion will not only win the title, but also receive an exclusive helmet design from sponsor Airoh.
In addition to the championships in the individual classes, there will be a competition for the nations too. Riders will also for their nation’s ranking too.
The opening ceremony, as well as driver and team presentation takes place on Thursday evening.
Starting time on Friday and Saturday is 8:30 am in the morning and on Saturday evening there will be the prize giving ceremony in the marquee. After that there will a big end of season celebration with live music.