Dunlop has renewed its partnership with the FIM International Six Days of Enduro ahead of this year’s event in France with the return of the Geomax Challenge for club team riders racing with EN91 enduro tyres.

The ISDE, which this year takes place at Le Puy-en-Velay, France, from August 29 to Saturday September 3 this year and Dunlop’s continued partnership with the FIM and the event will include the return of the Dunlop Geomax Challenge.

It’s a free-to-enter competition for club level amateur teams , alongside oll the supported Dunlop partner teams and riders including the USA World Trophy teams who will race with Dunlop’s Geomax EN91 tyre.

The Dunlop Geomax Challenge, introduced for the 2021 edition in Italy, aims to support and promote club and amateur riders. It’s free and open to any individual registration with no constraints. The only requirement is to ride with EN91 tyres to access benefits:

  • Special 6 Days tyre package offer
  • Official Dunlop rider’s kit
  • The chance to race an additional challenge and to be part of the Official Podium Ceremony
  • Exclusive prizes for the top five positions

Follow this link to register:


Dunlop’s involvement in the ISDE has been linked to the Dunlop Geomax EN91 tyre for a number of years now. Enduro21 wrote about it at the 2019 ISDE in Portugal where Team USA rode to victory in the World Trophy contest. At last year’s ISDE in Italy, Cole Martinez won the Geomax Challenge.

The EN91 is designed to be versatile over a wide range of riding conditions and has a compound specifically developed to deliver high grip on off-road surfaces. Its tread pattern features hexagonal blocks designed to produce agile handling and reduce rider fatigue.

Luca Davide Andreoni, Marketing Manager, Dunlop Motorcycle Europe: “We are excited to return as an official sponsor of the FIM International Six Days of Enduro this year after a successful debut of the Dunlop Geomax Challenge in 2021.

“We look forward to supporting teams of all levels, from professionals fighting for the overall victory to club and amateur riders racing as part of the Dunlop Geomax Challenge. The beauty of this competition is that club level riders race with the same Dunlop Geomax EN91 tyres as the top-level teams.”