The 2015 Wildwood Rock Extreme Enduro is drawing closer with just ten days until Australia toughest rider‰Ûªs off-road riders will line up to claim class and outright
With Englishman Graham Jarvis making a late withdrawal from the event, this has sparked the Pro class riders to push even harder to be crowned the outright winner of this epic event.
Although the Pro class has the largest money on offer, it is the Clubman classes that make up the largest amount of the field with over forty-five riders that are divided into two groups - a under 35-year-old and over 35-year-old.
This is what also makes the Extreme enduro such a great ride as every class is on the track at the same time with many of the track used by every rider. It truly will be a battle in every class with riders all so very close in ability.
‰ÛÏI‰Ûªm looking forward to getting out on the bike for a lap or two and seeing just how much noise the spectators can make to cheer every rider on." Event owner Steve Braszell enthused. "I will also have a few special prize tickets on me for those that stand out the most during the day.‰Û