The event takes in a unique three-day format culminating with a nail biting final motocross on the third day of competition that will surely decide the final championship standings.
With no champions yet to be decided, it’s Estonia’s Aigar Leok (TM) that arrives in Krompachy with a strong chance of victory. However, standing in his way is the current Enduro 3 championship leader, Italy’s Maurizio Micheluz and it’s a lead he’s determined to retain.
Finland’s Roni Nikander (KTM) is the favourite for Enduro 1 honours while Belgium’s Cedric Cremer (Honda) tips towards the Enduro 2 title. Though with an entry list of over 150 riders from 16 different nations, nothing can be taking for granted.
With the organisers of the Krompachy well versed in staging international enduro competition, the stage is set for an explosive finish to this already exciting and unpredictable series.
Let the games begin…