RUST magazine: EnduroGP 2017 Guide
It’s a whole new enduro world championship season starting this Saturday, with a new name (EnduroGP – okay, nearly new), new classes and new event formats. To give you the low down, or is it the heads up (?), RUST’s world enduro reporter Georgia Wells has dug into the rule book and into the entry lists, not to mention the event schedule, so as to give you a complete overview of what could be one of the most interesting seasons yet.
And by heck, what a start to the season it will be! With a two-day rally, not an enduro, with so many tests – none seen beforehand – and of course ridden in snow in Finland. Yeah, we’ll be watching the FIM live timing for sure…!
We hope you enjoy the guide. Here’s looking forward to a great year of racing.
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