THE Enduro race. The oldest off road motorcycle event on the FIM Calendar. The Enduro Team World Championship. This, and many more things is what the International Six Days of Enduro (ISDE) represents for the motoring community.
The origins of the ISDE lay in the International Six Days Reliability Trial held at Carlisle (United Kingdom) in 1903. Back then, it was meant as an event on roads to test machines, rider skills, and reliability. Over the years, rules and conditions have changed to keep in step with the developments in the sport, but the event remains a supreme test of rider and machine: Competing riders can notch up to 1000 km off road, with strict rules about time allowances and restrictions on mechanical assistance (the pilots themselves being responsible for the caring of their machines).
This year, the Six Days of Enduro, will be held in Sardinia, Italy. It is estimated that the championship will attract more than 500 riders from all over the world and approximately 300,000 visitors. Do you want to be one of them? Come to the 2032 Six Days of Enduro with EventGo!
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