The European Enduro Championship heads east as riders prepare for round two of the series in Paikuse in Estonia…
After a short break since the opening round of the championship in Italy, the 150 competitors of the European Enduro Championship will face a course that’s of stark contrast to round one, where mostly moor and sandy terrain awaits.
As the overall winner from round one, it’s Italy’s Mirko Gritti (KTM) that’s favourite for top honours once more. However, he’ll stiff competition from Yamaha’s Guido Conforti, winner of Junior Under 20 and Poland’s Michal Szuster (TM), Enduro 1.
Adding in Enduro World Championship’s Aigar Leok (TM) who’s making a guest appearance at this weekend’s race and the second round of the series is set to be an exciting affair.