After the huge success of the 2007 edition in Chile, the FIM International Six Days of Enduro (ISDE) is returning to that magnificent country later this year for the 93rd edition of what remains the oldest event in the FIM international calendar.
Riders from all over the World will converge on the city of Viña del Mar, Chile from 12 to 17 November to be part of this unique competition that can see up to 700 riders from over 30 nations test both themselves and their machines over six tough days of motorcycle riding at its rugged best.
Professional and amateur riders compete alongside each in teams other across a range of different classes from the World Trophy, Junior World Trophy, Women’s Trophy to the Club teams. And for those nostalgic for days gone by, the 3rd edition of the FIM Enduro Vintage Trophy will be staged during the last three days of competition.
Entries for all classes are now open (only team entries will be accepted through national motorcycling federations) and will close on 30 March. Interested riders should liaise with their national federation, which can access the secured online registration platform (code provided), using the official website link.
The Local Organiser is laying on some logistics facilities for riders and teams to help with lodging, accommodation and travel, as well as bike transportation (containers). All riders engaged in the Motorex Challenge will benefit from a free supply of lubricant and cleaning products for their race.
Further information and updates are provided online, with a “SIXDAYS Teams’ riders Info Guide” to be released in March.