The Rover Motor Cycle Club hosted a national Enduro event outside Humansdorp on Saturday with 165 competitors from around South Africa taking part.
The 180 Km course consisted of four laps through the scenic countryside outside Humansdorp. According to local rider Alan Strydom, who owns ASR Superbike Solutions in Jeffreys Bay, the course was tough and certainly for experienced riders only. “The race was rewarding as it tested the riders and the obstacle course at the end was great”, said Strydom. “We had to negotiate tyres and a pile of logs which made the race spectator friendly too”, he added.
Former national enduro champions Lourens Mahaoney, Jade Gutzeigt and Dale Curtis all took part in the race which was extremely well organized according to the competitors. Gutzeigt eventually took the honours from Altus De Wet and Curtis in the national Open division.
There were a number of different categories and all the results can be found at Rover Motor Cycle Club