La Adrada (Ávila – Spain) returned to the national Enduro scene after close to 5 years, this paradise just 30 minutes far from Arenas de San Pedro (last Endurama event) and 1 hour from Madrid shows the high Enduro tracks potential of Valle del Tiétar offers to this discipline.



200 riders from Spain and Portugal attested to that. Jacobo Santana joined to this race this time, everyone said he was the man to beat. But his superiority was total, but youth stomp.


With an identical initial race for all categories available (no stress and pro) fulfilled expectations, maybe this time the links were looser, but had to stay awake. The special 4 unique to the “pro” did sweat over the account to more than one. The no stress, were satisfied with the special 3 without doubt end up with a special over 8 minutes over 1 hour climb up for it.


This time the timing system was changed,and pilots could enjoy online timing and fully available each time the finish a special stage or just at the end in paddock. The atmosphere in the paddock after the race was amazing. With food for everyone, Monster Energy drink to regain strength and thousands of stories to tell. Special 4 and length of 3 was definitely some of the most frequently heard conversations.


The first spot on the podium went to one of the Top Riders of the Spanish panorama, Jacobo Santana (Mondraker Team) with a time of 17’30 “336, Andrés Latorre (Cannodale) second just 28 seconds far and Rafael Molina (Team Specialized) finished third 30 seconds, just two seconds separated him from second place.


All riders are expecting the next event that will take place in Guadarrama, just 50 km far from Madrid.

Words: Endurama PR Photos: Javier Martin, Carlos Calatayud

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Aaron Steinke

Aaron was our first employee and actively helped make our company what it is today, significantly shaping the look and direction of our various magazines. Aaron has been pursuing his own projects since mid-2020 but he continues to advise and support us on issues of marketing and technology. For many years, you would usually have found Aaron at casual enduro races, but increasingly you'll find him riding his road bike – long live freedom on two wheels!