Enduro takes centre stage at 2019 FIM Awards

World Champions of Enduro and Off Road take centre stage at 2019 FIM Awards ceremony in Monaco. 

 

The Principality of Monaco hosted the 2019 FIM Awards with almost six hundred guests packed into the Sporting Monte-Carlo venue. Representatives from the one 111 national federations, motorcycling legends, members of the FIM, championship promoters, manufacturer and team representatives, sponsors and other invited international guests all witnessed the FIM World Champions rewarded for their respective sporting achievements.

Riders from all motorcycle sport disciplines collected their 2019 FIM gold medals including five-time FIM Superbike World Champion Jonathan Rea standing shoulder-to-shoulder with six-time FIM Women’s TrialGP World Champion Emma Bristow and the remarkable 26-time World Champion, Toni Bou.

 
Fim Awards 2019 Monaco Brad Freeman Jarno Boano 560
 

Taking centre stage also of course were the 2019 FIM World Champions from Enduro including, of course, a dapper Bradley Freeman collecting his two gold medals for EnduroGP and E1 World Championships. 

Steve Holcombe made yet another trip to the awards for his fifth world championship gold medal, this year the E3 world title. Another returnee was Colton Haaker for his SuperEnduro piece of gold and, making it a family affair, Loic Larrieu collected his E2 medal. They were joined by Junior and Youth World Champions Andrea Verona and Hamish MacDonald. 

 
Fim Awards 2019 Monaco Steve Holcombe 560
 
Fim Awards 2019 Monaco Cermony Loic Larrieu 560
 
Fim Awards 2019 Monaco Cermony Andrea Verona 560
 
Fim Awards 2019 Monaco Cermony Hamish MacDonald 560
 
Fim Awards 2019 Monaco Cermony Colton Haaker 560
 

For a full selection of the off road medal winners visit our Enduro21 Facebook page gallery.

 

Photo Credit: GoodShoot
 
 
 
Byline jp ISDE 2018 Enduro21
Jon Pearson
Enduro21 Editor and Bike Tester
jon.pearson@enduro21.com