As darkness falls at the Hell's Gate Extreme Enduro in Italy Flite Husaberg rider Graham Jarvis powers his way towards a second consecutive victory. Setting a relentless pace that few can match the trials turned extreme enduro star shows exactly why he's currently the world's #1. Less than 30 minutes later Jarvis reached the top of Hell's Peak to deservedly stand on top of the 2012 Hell's Gate podium.
Getting things back on track after being sidelined with double hip surgery in 2011 is David Knight's #1 goal for this season. Focused on securing another Enduro 3 world title, here Knighter makes the most of his time spent training in Spain by putting in the laps ahead of what will be a long, hard EWC season.
With the 2012 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship title firmly within his grasp KTM factory rider Taddy Blazusiak mixes things up a little by taking part in the opening round of the 2012 Husqvarna ACU British Sprint Enduro Championship. Putting his hard charging riding style to good use, the Polish Endurocross specialist places a creditable second overall behind EWC regular, and KTM team-mate, Johnny Aubert.
Back on a 450 and loving life in the saddle again. Following two frustrating seasons away from the Enduro 2 class Johnny Aubert's hopeful of turning his recent fortunes around and getting back to his winning ways in 2012. Armed with KTM's new 450cc enduro machine, the hard charging yet super smooth Johnny Aubert is most definitely back.
Swapping California for Italy former AMA WORCS and Endurocross champion Ricky Dietrich makes his international enduro debut for the Husqvarna CH Racing Monster Energy team at the first rounds of the Husqvarna ACU British Sprint Enduro Championship in early February. Battling against sub-zero temperatures and world class competition Dietrich fires his way between the trees near Aldershot, England to officially announce his arrival in Europe.