2022 Welsh2Day Enduro… Our Write Up
With a 2 year wait due to Covid, the 600+ riders were raring to get to the start line for the traditional one-lap timecard event. Lewis Ranger was trying out one of his Dad’s old Husqvarna’s in the classic expert class and was going very well with second in class despite the fact that he only rode the bike once around the car park.
With the recent dry weather, the forest tracks were particularly dusty and this did sadly means a few riders were injured, including British ISDE team manager Daryl Bolter, so heal up fast Daryl.
The overnight rain made for a much more enjoyable second day as it kept the dust down, Lewis Ranger’s old Husqvarna ran out of sparks so it was an early bath for him. Alan Ranger was looking for a decent result but a crash in the final special test and a “Hot Husky“ not wanting to re-start dropped him down the results.
It was an all Michelin Podium in the Championship class with Dan Mundell/Alex Snow/Alex Walton and many of the other classes were won on Michelin too.
Huge thanks to the W2D organising committee, it takes months of work arranging land access and permissions for the traditional event to take place.
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