The 2019 World Enduro Super Series continues building speed as it heads to France for the second round of the championship, the TrÌ©fle LozÌ©rien AMV.
Switching gears from Hard Enduro to Classic Enduro, the idyllic French countryside surrounding Mende in southern France will become this weekend‰Ûªs playground for the some of the world‰Ûªs best Enduro riders. Staged across three days, the 700 entries in this year‰Ûªs race will face a gruelling 719 kilometres of riding, including 15 timed special tests.
Adding to the test of speed, endurance and technical riding, each day will provide riders with a new course and fresh set of special tests, all challenging their ability to adapt quickly to changing conditions and new terrain.
Now entering its 33rd edition, the TrÌ¬fle LozÌ©rien AMV has grown to become France‰Ûªs most prestigious Enduro, with the event annually selling out in a matter of minutes. This year was no different, and with its inclusion in the WESS championship for the second consecutive year, the entry features a long list of world class riders and world champions from all factions of the sport.