The FIM International Six Days of Enduro presented its figures and numbers in view of its debut in Argentina from November 1 to 8 in San Juan. Over 500 entered riders will represent 29 countries in 6 categories of an extreme competition that will count on 134 clubs.
The debut of the most important Enduro competition of the world in our country is getting closer and team from different countries will participate and test their strategies, the bike’s reliability and the rider’s abilities. It is because of this that the official presentation of the FIM ISDE Argentina 2014 to be held in San Juan took place in the city of Buenos Aires.
The ceremony took place in the “Plaza Mayor” room in the NH City Hotel in the city of Buenos Aires with the participation of the National Ministry of Tourism, Carlos Enrique Meyer, the Ministry of Tourism and Culture of the Province of San Juan, Dante Elizondo, the President of CAMOD Arturo Scalisse and the General Coordinator and owner of the company +Eventos, David Eli.
In November 2014, for the fourth time in history, the American continent will host the most important event of the enduro world. In 2003 Brazil was the first country to host this competition outside Europe, and then in 2007 it got to Chile and in 2010 to México. Now, Argentina will be the host country for the main protagonists of the enduro world for six days.
560 will be the riders to get to the city of San Juan to compete in the 6 categories of the Six Days by being the World Trophy the most important one. 134 clubs from all over the world will try to show their abilities.
Argentina will present 181 riders, among which there will be a National Team made up of 13 riders that will take the light blue and White flag officially. They will be divided into: 6 World Trophy – 4 Junior Trophy – 3 Club Teams.
Everything is ready for a historic week in San Juan’s capital since it has already been the host of two World Enduro Rounds and it is more than prepared to host countries like Australia, France, Italy, Finland, the USA among other big ones to be present to taste South American lands between November 1st and 8th.
Enrique Meyer: “We are committed from the very beginning to show our country to the world and international sport events are the perfect window shop to do it. That is why events like the Moto GP, Rally Argentina, and Dakar and now the FIM International Six Days of Enduro are a great opportunity to do it. San Juan has been chosen and I’m sure it is going to be a great party”
Dante Elizondo: “Thanks to Minister Meyer and the National Government’s support, the province of San Juan has held a series of sport events that had the province as the main scenario. The Six Days of Enduro will be one of the most important events of this sport where our people’s friendliness and the weather for that part of the year will make a great competition out of this one and the world’s eyes will be set on San Juan”
David Eli: “The FIM International Six Days of Enduro will be one of the biggest events of Argentina. The movement that will take place will be amazing since we’re expecting a province full of riders, teams, the organization and spectators. The FIM’s inspectors where checking the circuits and they told us that it will be the toughest edition in the history of this race. No doubt it will be tougher than Dakar”.