Training sessions for the Six Days Argentina have started and some riders took advantage of it to get on their bikes in Cuyo’s lands for the first time. The paddock will open the doors to spectators.
We are only five days away to start the action in San Juan for the 89th edition of the International Six Days of Enduro. However, teams have started today with training sessions in the circuit specially made behind the Bicentennial Stadium, which will take place until next Saturday.
From early in the morning, competitors dressed up and headed to the circuit were they tested their vehicles for the first time in San Juan. Practice sessions were extended to the afternoon and great part of the participants started their sessions.
Canadians and Australians were the first ones on the circuit and both teams were satisfied with it.
“The action is present in San Juan” verder lezen
Gearing up for an exciting end to the 2014 FIM enduro calendar, the eighty-ninth edition of the FIM International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) will make its home in San Juan, Argentina. Returning to Latin America for the fourth time in the history of the event, the race will take centre stage from during the first full week of November.
Long regarded as one of the most important events on the enduro calendar, this year’s edition of the race will welcome over five hundred and fifty riders from thirty different nations to compete. No strangers to international enduro competition, event organisers Mas Eventos are keen to put their two years experience of staging the FIM Enduro World Championship in 2012 and 2013 to good use and host an event that is certain to become the pinnacle of the 2014 enduro season.
With a vast array of varied and demanding terrain on offer, the eighty-ninth edition of the ISDE will test the best enduro riders from around the World. Leaving the comforts of the paddock, which is situated in the heart of bustling San Juan, competitors will face five long and demanding days of riding–covering up to two hundred and sixty kilometres each day across the surrounding country side. The race will then be brought to a thrilling close on day six at the nearby ASER motocross circuit with a live televised broadcast.
“ARGENTINA READY TO WELCOME 89TH EDITION OF THE ISDE” verder lezen
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.
“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.” verder lezen