Sweden’s Novemberkåsan is arguably the muddiest, toughest enduro in the world and accidentally the originator of hard enduro.

2017 marked the 95th edition of the race, also making it the longest running enduro going. 

It’s legendary in Sweden where riders face miles and miles of bottomless bogging forestry for hours and hours on end.

The race starts early on Saturday morning to hundreds of riders and finishes late into the night. 

How late? 

Well, Albin Elowson, who won this year’s race, crossed the finish line just after midnight and he was the first of 18 finishers home.

Now that’s hard enduro…