Eerste data jeugdenduro 2019 bekend

Dit zijn de eerste data voor het NK Jeugdenduro 2019:

Zaterdag 23 maart, Westerbork (organisator: MSV Motor Drenthe)
Zondag 14 april, Opende (organisator: St. Enduro & Motorsport Houtigehage)
Zaterdag 14 september, Harfsen (organisator: MC Hamac Harfsen)
De kalender wordt verder uitgebreid zodra de andere organisatoren hun datum definitief bevestigen.

JE-2 in ONK Enduro
In 2019 willen we de klasse 125cc (JE-2) ook een aantal keer laten deelnemen aan het ONK Enduro, volgens de Belgische methode. De jeugdmotoren rijden niet over de openbare weg, maar worden vervoerd (eigen bus, auto met aanhanger) naar de crossproeven. Een aparte bijlage met informatie (125cc-reglement) verschijnt hiervoor nog.

The Lunigiana Team Turns Red!

There is still a lot of excitement and movement in the transfer market, especially on the side of Honda RedMoto who seem to have very big ambitions for this next season of EnduroGP…

After signing Christophe CHARLIER (F) for their official team, Honda RedMoto has just announced a satellite team which will be run by ASD Lunigiana Enduro.
Under the orders of passionate Enduro manager, Gianni BELLONI, the Lunigiana team switches from one Japanese manufacturer to another since it previously ran with Suzuki…

“The Lunigiana Team Turns Red!” verder lezen

Sherco Academy’s New Package!

The new format for the Junior categories in 2018 was a great success and many teams decided to focus on young and upcoming riders in the Maxxis FIM Enduro World Championship, as in the case of Sherco Academy.

And the team, run by Didier VALADE, is putting a lot of work towards 2019, bringing three young French hopefuls in the form of 2017 Vice World Youth Champion, Léo LE QUERE (F) plus Valerian DEBAUD (F) and Thibaut PASSET (F).
Ex TM XCentric rider, LE QUERE, and PASSET will be riding Sherco 300 SE-F in the Junior 2 class, while DEBAUD will compete in J1 with his 250 SE-F.

“Sherco Academy’s New Package!” verder lezen

REMES Goes for Johansson MPE!

Despite a very hectic off-season and a lot of team changes, a question remained, where Eero REMES (SF) would end up after the official announcement of his non-renewal at TM Factory…

Rumours were rife that the reigning E2 World Champion could well retire. But finally the news has arrived and the answer is team Yamaha Johansson MPE – who have just announced that Eero REMES is the top rider they’ve been looking for in the 2019 season!
The Finn will represent Yamaha in EnduroGP category, although it’s not yet known whether he will ride the WR250F or the WR450F. It is in any case a great coup for the Swedish team managed by Joakim JOHANSSON.

“REMES Goes for Johansson MPE!” verder lezen