After an action-packed start to the 2018 SuperEnduro World Championship, we head to Riesa in Germany for round two this Saturday.

Now a stable on the calendar, the Sachsenarena always lights up on the night. 

Always a good event, always a good track and always sold out, Riesa is a great way to kick start the new year. 

Responsible for putting the show together, we had a quick catch up with Dan Auserwald to find out what’s in store for round two.

“Things are pretty much in place for Riesa this weekend, told Dan. “The racing at round one in Poland was electric, so we can’t wait to see it unfold in Germany.

“Taddy Blazusiak was the man to beat then but we can see there’s a lot of guys keen to take him down.”

Teaming up with Holder Dettmann as track builder, Auserwald is promising a few surprises…

“We’ll have the raised starting ramp again and a new section called moon mounds.

“The sand section is always a hit. It was dramatic last year and we saw some of the best action there. It’s a washed type of sand so it stays loose and ensures lines keep changing.

“I don’t want to say too much but we’ll have a new theme to the night, mixing in the strong enduro roots of the area.”

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Robert Lynn
Enduro21 Editor