|Enduro-X expands to Tri-State|
The sport of enduro-x in Australia is set to explode into action when the battle for national champion begins in a 3 state tri series.
The KTM Australian Enduro-x Nationals Series will kick off the 2014 off -road scene with total prize money of $50,000 on offer; some of the largest ever on offer for an off road series.
All of Australia’s top riders and teams have committed to the series beginning on 2nd February at Archerfield speedway in Brisbane.
With only a 2 week break the teams will head to Parramatta’s Valvoline Raceway in Sydney on 15th February for a Saturday night of spectacular racing and entertainment.
The third and final round will be 2 weeks later on 2nd March at Melbourne Calder Park Race way.
Australian off road riders have proven to the world recently at the Italian ISDE that they can match the best in the world with Victoria’s own Daniel Milner placing 2nd outright in the prestigious world event ISDE.
With Toby Price set to make a comeback to racing after injury, Chris Hollis, Jarrod Bewely, Josh Green, previous winner Peter Boyle, and up and comers Tom McCormack and Ben Burrell, all eager to take home some cash.
Also Matt Phillip’s, fresh from his win in the world enduro championship junior division. There is plenty of action from the support classes which include experts, women, clubman, juniors and over 35s.
RBP promotions have expanded a very successful single event at Calder Park in Melbourne to a 3 state series at major well serviced venues.
The MA sanctioned event has the total support of the industry, the riders and now the Australian public have the chance to see the sport that has gone to huge heights in Europe and USA.
With KTM the naming rights sponsor and great support across the entire motorcycling industry the series has created a lot of anticipation as a lead in to the 2014 Australian Off-Road Championships.
Dave Robbins from RBP promotions, ex pro rider and now promoter of the series, said, “bringing 3 events together was a natural progression, and with so much interest and support we had to go the next level to a 3 state series”.