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The Husqvarna Racing team demonstrated outstanding skill in very tough weather conditions at the final round of the National Hard Enduro Championship held in Hilton, Kwa-Zulu Natal. Despite facing the tough conditions, the team showcased remarkable strength, with Travis Teasdale clinching a stellar second place in the Gold Class after losing a significant amount of time having to change his radiator. Additionally, Heinrich Aust secured an impressive 6th place, further highlighting the team’s ability to overcome challenges and perform at a high level.

Travis Teasdale exhibited sheer determination and unwavering ability, securing a remarkable second place in the fiercely competitive Gold Class, even after a radiator change. His outstanding performance underscores the Husqvarna Racing team’s commitment to excellence and their unyielding pursuit of success in the demanding world of Hard Enduro racing.

Teasdale commented, “It was a challenging weekend, having to change my radiator mid-race but it only fuelled my determination to push harder and overcome. I’m so grateful for the team to help me out so quickly in getting my bike back up and running to put my Husqvarna on the podium and excited to keep pushing the limits in the upcoming races.”

Heinrich Aust’s formidable 6th place finish in the Gold Class further reinforces the team’s collective strength and capability in facing the challenges presented at the pinnacle of Hard Enduro competition.

“The final round of the National Hard Enduro Championship went down very challenging because of the weather conditions, I didn’t have the best day out but I still managed to keep myself together to bag some good points for the championship on the day. Every race pushes us to our limits, and it’s overcoming these challenges that fuels our passion for the sport.” Aust said.

Megan Prinsloo, KTM Group Marketing Coordinator commented on the season saying. “ We are incredibly proud of our rider’s performances during this season and we will be back next year, fighting for the Championship win!”

Published by: Grant Frerichs

Photography by: Mpho Ramathikithi – ZCMC Media

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