2009 Ride Green Eco Enduro Results And Video


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Pictures and results have surfaced for the FIM Ride Green Eco Enduro which was held last weekend in Denmark and ran through Feddett, Moen and Copenhagen. 39 riders including many big European names in off road tackled 10 stages that combined enduro in most and supermoto in the final. Have a look at the pictures and video after the break to get an idea of the battery draining sand the riders and bikes had to deal with.

MCN has a short writeup of the results and a great quote from motorcross world champion Joel Smets.

Smets said: “This is fantastic. I really believe in the possibilities of riding electric and I definitely want to come back next time!”

Brian Jorgensen had some interesting things to say about racing the Quantya…

Brian Jorgensen At The Eco Enduro

Joel Smets At The Eco Enduro

Results are posted below as well as nice video of the action and first proof that Zero was in attendance.

Many firsts:

The world’s first FIM Ride Green Eco Enduro Champion: Fabien Planet (FRA).

The world’s first FIM Ride Green Eco Enduro Super Champion: Stefan K. Olsen (DEN).

The world’s first FIM Ride Green Eco Enduro Champion for women: Vanja Kollmann (SWE).

The world’s first FIM Ride Green Eco Enduro Champion for women: Annie Seel (SWE)

Finale positions FIM Ride Green Eco Enduro Forest Stages:

1. Fabien Planet (FRA), 175 points
2. Amel Advocaat (HOL), 170 pts.
3. Kasper Lynggaard (DEN) 161 pts.
4. Joël Smets (BEL), TopCamp Feddet, 161 pts.
5. Pål Anders Ullevålseter (NOR), 132 pts.

Finale positions FIM Ride Green Eco Enduro Superfinale:
1. Stefan K. Olsen (DEN)
2. Joël Smets (BEL)
3. Caprani Mikkel (DEN)
4. Brian Kjaer Jorgensen (DEN)

Source: Eco Enduro via: The Dakar Rally Blog

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Posted on December 14, 2009 at 12:41 pm by John Adamo · Permalink
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  1. Written by wreckah
    on December 17, 2009 at 4:26 pm
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    i think that is Joel Smets fromBelgium, not Brian Jorgensen.

  2. Written by skadamo
    on December 17, 2009 at 5:01 pm
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    Yeah, your right, fixed. Thanks.

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