The unexpected standout at last years Super Enduro-X had to be Cheyne Boyd
. A former national supercross and motocross championship contender, the owner of Victorian moto park, Yamaha Park4MX had ridden little to no Enduro races in his life before last years race, but adpated to the tough and technical track to land on the podium.
With a more familiar SX track laid out for him for 2018, Boyd is ready to showcase his skills and take it to all comers when the gates drop.
"Who wouldn‰Ûªt be pumped for Split Rhythm! I think it‰Ûªs going to be not only exciting for the riders but fans as well and make for some close exciting racing, and being at the Adelaide 500 the atmosphere will be on another level.
"I raced last year in the Super Enduro X and the event was amazing and the crew put on an awesome show, they looked after all riders at the highest level and it would be definitely a race I hope continues into the future."
Spectators can expect to see plenty of action with multiple New Holland Split Rhythm sessions each day allowing fans to get up close to the intense action as some of Australia‰Ûªs best riders battle it out, rider against rider, on a 450m purpose built track. Adelaide 500 New Holland Split Rhythm Schedule:
Thursday: 3 x 30 minute practice sessions
Friday: 3 x 40 minute competition sessions
Saturday: 3 x 40 minute competition sessions
Sunday: 2 x 40 minute competition sessions
For a full detailed schedule of Split Rhythm action over the course of the full four days CLICK HERE