Brother Leader Tread KTM prepare for second round of National Enduro
Riders are rallying up for the second round of the National Enduro Championship, which takes place in Port Elizabeth on Saturday, 14 March.
The hunt for the prestigious E2 title will be spearheaded by KwaZulu-Natal’s Scott Bouverie. It will be a race of redemption for the Brother Leader Tread KTM star who by his own high standard, was off to a slow start to the 2020 season.
In one of the most competitive fields the E2 class has seen in years, Bouverie will look to claw his way back up the ranks from his current fifth place overall.
His E2 and Brother Leader Tread KTM teammate Jarryd Coetzee will look to keep the momentum going after his impressive start to the season. As the reigning National OR2 Cross Country champion, Coetzee left fans in awe when he placed fourth in his debut race in not only the E2 Class, but the sport of enduro as a whole.
Also adding a particular sense of excitement to the second round of the series is Bradley Cox – another rider who until now, has been more widely known for his Cross Country skills. Cox made it clear at the start of the 2020 season that he’s shaken off his rookie status as an enduro rider when he stormed to his maiden victory in the E1 Class.
He will certainly line up in Port Elizabeth with a target on his back as he continues his pursuit of his first National Enduro Championship title.
Rounding out the team is the queen of hard enduro, Kirsten Landman. Having ticked off her goal of finishing the Dakar Rally, it’s full speed ahead for Landman as she attempts to take her technical talent to new heights.
Published by: Louwrens Mahoney
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