Spain’s Hixpania signs off of the final major hard enduro of 2017 on European soil with 300 competitors from 15 different countries entered.

Taking place two weeks from now, November 3-5, the second edition of the event has certainly exploded in popularity for 2017.

An entry list filled with the best hard enduro riders in the world means were in for a great end to the year.

Holding the #1 plate, home hero Alfredo Gomez will have the pride of Spain cheering him on for repeated success.

On song in 2017, his fellow countryman Mario Roman will be up for the fight and keen to stand on the top step of the podium on home turf.


Alfredo Gomez KTM 300 EXC Hixpania 2016 1200

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Runner-up in 2016, Graham Jarvis returns to Hixpania looking to stop the Spanish Armada from winning.

So too will Jonny Walker, who makes his Hixpania debut.

The ever spectacular and ever improving Billy Bolt will use the race as a chance to claim his first overall podium in hard enduro.

Other names to watch for during the three-day event include Lars Enockl, Pol Tarres and brothers Xavi and Sergi Leon.

With competitors coming from as far and wide as Australia, China, Brazil, Turkey and Morocco, the three day race will prove a good tester.

Entries are still open including a new non-competitive category for all riding levels the includes maxi-trail riders.

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