For the first time in history, USA’s Trophy Team wins the International Six Day Enduro! And Taylor Roberts wins the individual overall!
The final day of competition at the 2016 FIM International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) in Navarra, Spain saw the USA World Trophy team make history as Taylor Robert – KTM, Kailub Russell – KTM, Thad Duvall – Husqvarna and eleventh hour replacement rider Layne Michael – Husqvarna claimed their nation’s first ever class win. Sweden and Australia were the day’s other big winners as Mikael Persson – Yamaha, Albin Elowson – Husqvarna and Jesper Borjesson – Husqvarna secured the Junior World Trophy win for Sweden while Jessica Gardiner – Yamaha, Tayla Jones – Yamaha and Jemma Wilson – Yamaha claimed a fourth consecutive Women’s World Trophy team win for Australia.
The final day motocross races saw close action in all classes, with all of the category leaders making it to the end of the event without any problems. Led by Taylor Robert – KTM the USA World Trophy team put the finishing touches to their impressive week-long performance to secure a well-deserved World Trophy team win.
With the likes of Australia and Italy failing to get all four of their team riders to the finish Great Britain claimed the final runner-up result with the Czech Republic claiming third and with it the Watling Trophy for the most improved nation. Sweden ended up fourth with Estonia fifth.