With winning results in early season events like Hells Gate and Tough One along with further wins in both the Red Bull Romaniacs and the Extreme XL Lagares, Jarvis now finds himself with a healthy 28-point advantage over KTM’s Jonny Walker. Gas Gas’s Dougie Lampkin sits third in the standings and is eight points behind Walker.
However, with two rounds still to count – Red Bull Sea to Sky and the Roof of Africa – it means there are still 40 points up for grabs.
But what is the Kings of Extreme Enduro ranking?
Although not specifically an official world championship as such, the KoEE takes into consideration the top seven events on the extreme enduro calendar. Awarding points for results in the Tough One (UK), Hell’s Gate (Italy), Erzbergrodeo (Austria), Red Bull Romaniacs (Romania), Red Bull Sea to Sky (Turkey), Extreme Lagares (Portugal) and finally the Roof of Africa (South Africa) a world extreme enduro series was born.
At the end of the series the top ten ranking riders will take home 100% of the KoEE Prize Pool.
Throughout the course of the season, the KoEE Prize Pool has steadily grown as fans, riders, organisers and those working in the industry have donated funds through a quick and easy PayPal system set up on the KoEE website.
If you want to become apart of the series and offer your own support check out the KoEE website for more details on how to donate: http://www.kingsofextremeenduro.com/