Riders from around the world set to compete in Viña del Mar
The stage is set for the 2018 FIM International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) in Chile with more than four hundred competitors from twenty-five nations signed up to compete from 12th to 17th November.
With the ninety-third edition of the ISDE fully subscribed, the FIM’s longest-running sanctioned event has once again proved as popular as ever.
From the World’s best enduro riders to the countless enthusiastic amateurs, riders will travel from far and wide to prove themselves against some of the most challenging and spectacular off-road trails Chile has to offer.
As defending FIM World Trophy champions, France head the line-up, but naturally face stiff competition from the USA, Australia, Finland and Italy – who won the event the last time Chile were hosts back in 2007.
South America are the strongest continent represented with competitors from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Uruguay, Venezuela and of course Chile taking to the start line.
Entered in all team categories, Chile will compete in the FIM World Trophy, FIM Junior World Trophy and FIM Women’s World Trophy classes.
With over fifty club teams, one Women’s Club team, and an FIM Enduro Vintage Trophy class rider registered, in total one hundred and fifty riders will fly the flag for Chile during this year’s race.