READ THIS. This is the results for the final Moto Day6. The Top 5 times were turned by the E1 class, which is the smallest displacement class in the ISDE, 250cc and less. If the logic is the fastest bike wins, please explain this. Just throwing this out there🧐 #ISDE #isde #moto#motocross#finalmoto#itsa🦈🌎 ... See MoreSee Less
Part of this anomaly is tight technical terrain is easier on a lighter bike. The current batch of two strokes are a lot different to earlier versions and are made to withstand the torture of single track enduro.
That said, there were some retirements from the French juniors from bike issues.
Have you seen garcia ride in WESS? When it comes to grass track and classic enduro he ALWAYS wins the events. Cant speak for the other 4 though.
That's facebook moto logic. Real world, well we all know its 80% rider. Johnny o'Mara proved that way back in 1986 I think. But some still like to argue lmao
Maybe the guys on the E1 bike were just better Moto riders . Like Ryan . Like someone said 80% rider ....
🇺🇸🦈🇺🇸🦈🇺🇸🦈For the second time in history the US ISDE Trophy Team of Stu Baylor, Taylor Robert, Kailub Russell and Ryan Sipes have successfully won the International Six Days Enduro World Trophy. The Women's Trophy team of Tarah Gieger, Brandy Richards and Becca Sheets won the Women's title for the first time since the win of the inaugural cup class in 2007. The XC GEAR Club team of Dante Oliviera, Ricky Russell and Austin Walton also took the win in the Club division. The Junior Trophy team of Grant Baylor, Ben Kelley and Josh Toth would finish second in the Junior Division. Photo Art Pepin @offroadpaparazzi @slbaylor5 @taylor_robert33 @r_sipes @tarahgieger @bsheets551 @brandyrichards198 @dante356_ @rickyrussell212 @austin_walton775 @joshtoth_ @grbaylor314 @benkelley530 #usisdeteam ... See MoreSee Less