Danny McCanney on day one and Jack Edmondson on day two shared wins at the rounds three and four of the 2019 British Enduro Championship in Cumbria.


The Lake District, Cumbria, UK, hosted rounds three and four of the British Enduro Championship the past weekend, May 25-26. The two days of time card racing featured new and longer tests running on the grass and woodland next to the start at Graythwaite on the shores of Lake Windemere. 

Championship leader McCanney takes day one

On day one the defending British enduro champion, Danny McCanney, took a dominant win in front of Gas Gas rider Alex Snow and the Sherco mounted Dan Mundell. McCanney won every test but the last one on his TM 300 showing that he was more than comfortable in the British soil.

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Edmondson turns it around in the mud on day two

Heavy rain struck on Saturday night leaving the tests for Sunday in challenging conditions. Jack Edmondson was able to make the best in the mud and got his first overall win in the British Enduro Championship. 

Danny McCanney couldn’t keep up with Jack’s pace and took second on day two. Dan Mundell showed that consistency was key to be on the top spots and he was able to close-out a top three once more. Alex Snow didn’t have his best ride on day two and fell to fifth after making a mistake with his times and missing the check by one minute. 

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The British Enduro Championship takes a summer break until August 3 when racing will come back for the Hafren Forest two-day enduro in Welshpool. 

Photo credit: Vision Off Road Media

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