Few days after a great final in Germany that saw Brad FREEMAN (GB – Beta Boano) clinched his first E1 title, we had a chat with him, talking about his season and the future…
Hello Brad, how do you feel as the new E1 World Champion?
Brad FREEMAN: “It feels incredible! It’s really a dream come true… something I never ever expected! It’s crazy to think I’m te E1 World Champion, following in the footsteps of some of my hero’s like Antoine MEO and Ivan CERVANTES! Winning a world championship is an unbelievable feeling, but to do it in my first senior year against all odds is absolutely insane. We worked hard this winter and showed this year we were ready to fight at every race, and now I’m a two-time world champion… it’s incredible!”
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Already guaranteed to keep the belt of the Mika Ahola “Brave One” Trophy, Steve HOLCOMBE (GB – Beta) had only to finish the job in Germany’s technical X-Rocks Enduro Test, one that that left little margin for error. We look at what went down in the last days of the 2018 “Brave One” Trophy…
While he didn’t quite manage 8 consecutive victories to finish the season, HOLCOMBE still completed a last very strong Grand Prix on test, with a 3rd place on Saturday and the victory on Sunday. He won the “Brave One” Trophy by more than 69 points advantage on the runner-up, Brad FREEMAN (GB – Beta Boano).
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With the battle to become this year’s ULTIMATE ENDURO CHAMPION in full swing, the World Enduro Super Series heads to Sweden in a little over one week for the penultimate round of the 2018 season – the infamous Gotland Grand National.
Continuing the Cross-Country theme from round six, the championship now heads to its most northerly stop for Sweden’s most prestigious race, where up to 3000 riders are expected to compete.
Now entering its 35th edition, the small island of Gotland, situated in the Baltic Sea off Sweden’s east coast, will become a hub of Enduro activity and action during the final weekend of October.
A ‘must-do’ race on the Swedish Enduro calendar, the Gotland Grand National has all the traits of a hallmark race, with literally thousands of competitors flocking to the island each year. Earning its title as the world’s largest single day Enduro, a record-breaking 3,172 riders competed in 2016.
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