Beta’s Brad Freeman has won the 2017 British Enduro Championship.

Riding to the runner-up result at the final round of the series at the Muntjac Enduro, Freeman did enough to end the season as champion.

The title caps off a very memorable year for Freeman who also won the Enduro Junior World Championship a couple of weeks ago.

On the day it was Husqvarna’s Danny McCanney who raced to victory. 

Despite a 20 second penalty at the start, McCanney went on to win every one of the seven special tests to beat Freeman by 10 seconds.


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Putting in his best ride of the championship, enduro rookie Alex Snow (Honda) recovered from 10th on the opening test to finish third overall.

Delivering one of the standout performances of the day, Todd Kellet ended his debut enduro fourth overall.

Despite having never ridden a time card enduro before, Kellet — two-time Weston Beach Race winner — kept it clean on the notoriously tight final time check to grab fourth from TM’s Josh Gotts.

In total just nine riders rode clean on check times on the day.

In the Expert class it was a race win for Jon Hunt (Sherco), ending his day fifth, Brad King (Husqvarna) wrapped up the Expert class title.

Ryan Comer (KTM) ripped his 125 two-stroke to the Clubman class victory.




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Robert Lynn
Enduro21 Editor