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WESS Round Three, Le Tr̬fle Loz̩rien, Preview Video

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WESS Round Three, Le Tr̬fle Loz̩rien, Preview Video
Le Tr̬fle Loz̩rien is a classic enduro format, one that's remained unchanged for 100 years and Round three of the World Enduro Super Series (WESS) is sure to provide plenty of action.

The French event, which takes place this weekend (June 10) is touted as a raw test of speed and skill. Among the rolling hills of southern France is the beautiful town of Mende, which comes alive every year with enduro excitement for Tr̬fle Loz̩rien AMV.



Tr̬fle Loz̩rien Facts
600: Distance in kilometres competitors will ride during the three-day race
32: 2018 will mark the 32nd edition of the French Classic Enduro
19: Yamaha are the most successful manufacturer with 19 victories
15: Number of unique special tests in the Tr̬fle Loz̩rien
9: Stephane Peterhansel holds the most race wins
6: Consecutive times David Fr̩tign̩ won between 1999 and 2004
4: Time in minutes in which this year‰Ûªs 550 entries were snapped up
0: Number of non-French winners of the Tr̬fle Loz̩rien AMV

Tr̬fle Loz̩rien AMV 2018 Schedule
Friday, June 8: Gorges du Tarn circuit
Saturday, June 9: GÌ©vaudan Aubrac circuit
Sunday, June 10: Margeride circuit

Paddock located in the heart of Mende at the Place du Foirail.

2018 Tr̬fle Loz̩rien AMV Podium
1. Jeremy Tarroux (Sherco)
2. Jamie McCanney (Yamaha)
3. Emmanuel Albepart (Beta)

Tr̬fle Loz̩rien AMV Past Winners
2017: Jeremy Tarroux (Sherco)
2016: Johnny Aubert (Beta)
2015: Antoine Meo (KTM)
2014: Pela Renet (Husqvarna)
2013: Pela Renet (Husqvarna)
2012: Christophe Nambotin (KTM)
2011: Pela Renet (Husaberg)
2010: Marc Germain (Yamaha)
2009: Marc Germain (Yamaha)
2008: Marc Germain (Yamaha)
2007: Emmanuel Albepart (Honda)
2006: Marc Germain (Yamaha)
2005: Marc Germain (Yamaha)
2004: David Fr̩tign̩ (Yamaha)
2003: David Fr̩tign̩ (Yamaha)
2002: David Fr̩tign̩ (Yamaha)
2001: David Fr̩tign̩ (Yamaha)
2000: David Fr̩tign̩ (Yamaha)
1999: David Fr̩tign̩ (Yamaha)
1998: Eric Bernard (KTM)
1997: Stephane Peterhansel (Yamaha)
1996: Race Not Held
1995: Stephane Peterhansel (Yamaha)
1994: Stephane Peterhansel (Yamaha)
1993: Stephane Peterhansel (Yamaha)
1992: Laurent Charbonnel
1991: Stephane Peterhansel (Yamaha)
1990: Stephane Peterhansel (Yamaha)
1989: Stephane Peterhansel (Yamaha)
1988: Stephane Peterhansel (Yamaha)
1987: Stephane Peterhansel (Husqvarna)
1986: Gilles Lalay (Honda)

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