BURG GETS GERMAN ENDURO CHAMPS BACK IN ACTION
After a lengthy summer break the German Enduro Championship resumed action at the Burg for rounds four and five.
With an 84 kilometre long loop and two varied special tests to contest over the two days, Burg quickly got the series’ competitors back up to speed.
Demonstrating that he’d lost none of his pace during the break, Husqvarna’s Denis Schröter again proved himself as the rider to beat. Pretty much dominating proceedings from start to finish he claimed a worthy double win and moves another step closer to defending his title.
With the Enduro 2 win on day one, Andreas Beier finished as runner-up to Schröter but slipped to third overall and second in E2 on day two.
Fourth overall both days, KTM’s Edward Hubner was topped the Enduro 1 time sheets each time out in Burger.
Dutchman Ismo ten Velde made the trip to the German series but was unable to crack the top ten and placed 15th and 13th overall respectively.
In the Juniors, KTM mounted Nico Busch claimed a comfortable double win while also placing an impressive ninth overall on day one.
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