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Sherco 125cc Enduro
Sherco 125cc Enduro


Young (16), the scholar Paddock in KwaZulu-Natal, started the Liquorland National Enduro Championship the way he finished the 2012 off – with a victory. Young, who the youngest ever rider to won the gruelling Roof of Africa in last year, claimed his victory of the season by winning the Baynesfield WFO Enduro race, the opener that took on Saturday (23 February) in the Baynesfield south of Pietermaritzburg in KwaZulu-Natal.

racing for team Husaberg Cox, posted consistent times on the six timed special (he lost some time he crashed just after the of the first special stage) and won four (the second 5km stage) to also won E2 (the Class). Young was in a tight with the 2012 runner-up and E2 champion, Marc Torlage Bidvest Yamaha) who won two of the six stages.

Torlage’s pit crew had to fix a bent and chain guide resulting in him penalty points when he the pits after his dedicated The defending E2 champion finished overall (third in E2).

It was a national enduro podium and E1 Class) victory for Nicholas (Team C3 Roost Expert Sol who finished 94 points (seconds) Young. Pienaar lost behind another rider on a section. Only 32 points Pienaar from local rider, Scott Bouverie Broadlink KTM) who finished (second in E2) after a consistent

Torlage’s team-mate, Kenny claimed the second place in E1 and was overall with the defending championship winner, Louwrens (Brother Broadlink KTM) to settle for sixth place winning three of the special

Mahoney experienced a mechanical (the fuel injection came loose) during the stage (the longer stage). He was forced to repair in the stage and lost valuable He walked away with the place in E1 knowing that the was within his reach. The rest of the top ten of scholar Blake Gutzeit Racing) who returned to racing breaking his leg last year.

He finished seventh (fourth in E2) and was by another youngster, Brett (Team JOAT ccGallery who competed in his first enduro on senior level (E2) completing the 2012 Junior Championship as the runner-up in the 125cc Championship.

Team Kargo Tim Young was fourth in E1 and ninth while Michael Pentecost finished just behind him to off the top ten. Mark Garland like to put this event him, but 22 nd place overall (12 th in E1) him adding the first points on the

Team Liquorland Yamaha’s Hodson was classified 11 th although he and Warwick-Oliver (Fairfield Dairy scored the same amount of Warwick-Oliver received more points with Hodson his time on he last special Pietermaritzburg rider Scott (Pinetown Gas Gas) made a comeback to the sport even he did not have a good day in the saddle.

He 13 th overall with Wynand (Enduro Zone Yamaha) 14 th and Gregory (FDBR Racing 15 th overall.

Only E1 and E2 competitors had to the full race distance consisted of a 42km loop included two special stages and 17km). They had to complete timed special stage times and 27 E and E2 riders managed to the race. Between those who not complete the event, was former champion, Altus de Wet (Husqvarna who experienced mechanical problems; Broadlink KTM’s Jonathan van Wyk problems) and Louw Schmidt; Moore (the shifter on his Honda broke) and Lloyd (Sherco Racing).

The battle in the Senior Class also continued from it was left off at the end of the 2012 season multiple champ, William now racing in the colours of Liquorland claimed the title. Jody (Husaberg Alfie Cox Racing) has down the gauntlet (again) and Gillit took the first Engelbrecht was only 15 points behind him. Both claimed two stages each.

May (Yamaha) finished third an eventful day where he hit a tree and the on his bike came off. Broughton (KTM) was fourth and team-mate, Steven Landman, off the top five after he injured hitting a tree. These predict another exciting for the Senior Class title.

battle that started on a note, was between two local – Alfie Cox (KTM) and defending Class champion, Denzil (Proudly Bidvest Yamaha). time it was Torlage who had to settle for the trophy for the first time in with Cox winning the class. can turn into a fight to an eye on for the rest of the season.

Dino Santoro (KTM) was Darryl Melrose (KTM) fourth and Gary Bostock who has not been competing on national last year, finished in a class that saw a healthy of 17 entries of riders all over the age of 46

The Silver Class Challenge was won by National Championship competitor, Scott (Criterion Yamaha) who had a lead ahead of Sage (KTM). The female riders, Jardine (Roost ECS KTM) and Landman (Brother Broadlink were third and fourth This battle between the can also develop into an duel during the season.

Junior competitors are gaining enduro-racing experience by also in the National Junior Challenge in the Liquorland National Enduro this season. This the defending 125cc Class (Junior National Championship) – a scholar, Travis Teasdale Alfie Cox Racing) won the class at with Ross Blackwell Racing Yamaha) second.

The round of the season, the Ashton Enduro, will take in the Ashton / Montagu area in the Cape on 23 March.

Sherco 125cc Enduro
Sherco 125cc Enduro
Sherco 125cc Enduro


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