With organisers laying on short but extremely challenging cliff line track in the heart of the city, six of the events top riders battled it out for victory.
With no practice lap to gauge the difficulty of the lap, Husaberg’s Graham Jarvis was first to hit the course. Delivering a near flawless run of 45 seconds, he secured victory.
Setting the second fastest time of the day, Paul Bolton (KTM), placed seven seconds behind Jarvis.
Pushing hard through every inch of the course, Husqvarna’s Andreas Lettenbichler narrowly missed out on the runner up position and ended his run just three tenths of a second behind Bolton.
Hard enduro newcomer, Ordonez Diego (KTM) from Guatemala surprised all with his technical skills to set the fourth fastest time.
Although looking on course to set a fast time, KTM’s Jonny Walker saw his chance evaporate when he crashed and lost some valuable time. He remounted to finish fifth, with Austria’s Lars Encokl (KTM) placing sixth.
Red Bull Sea To Sky 2012 – Cliff Champ
1. Graham Jarvis (Husaberg) 45.21 seconds
2. Paul Bolton (KTM) 52.83 seconds
3. Andreas Lettenbichler (Husqvarna) 53.17 seconds
4. Ordonez Diego (KTM) 59.80 seconds
5. Jonny Walker (KTM) 1 minute 26.87 seconds
6. Lars Encokl (KTM) 1 minute 46.25 seconds