A beautiful day full of enduro was experienced on May 24 in the mountains of Córdoba (Midwest Region), near Los Quebrachitos natural reserve in Unquillo. This was the second edition of the Enduro Series Meeting (the previous one was attended by the current world champion Jerome Clementz).


Renowned competitors from different regions of Argentina as well as different countries such as Chile, Brazil and Spain didn’t miss this competition.
The race featured 5 technical specials, some were very fast, others got stuck with rockgardens that the skills and talent of the different South American bikers who enjoyed the technical quality of the competition sections.


In the Professional category, local Javier Santiago (Team Zenith) followed by just 5 seconds by the Brazilian Thiago Boaretto Paulista (Brazil Team Viper), Other finalists, Mathias the MTBLab Tiexen Saxton (third) and Diego Cannondale from Garmendia, Chile completing the podium (fourth place).

 Meanwhile, the Elite category (juniors in Argentina) went to Martinianus Huguet from Córdoba.

For the most professional category, again bikers from Chile showed a competitive level that the neighboring country currently in this sport, keeping with the 1st and 2nd category (Andrew Amaral MTBLab Chile and Cristian Jaime CTMagazine). Third place was for Marcos Kenning of Commencal Villa, Argentina.

 The Master B was able to dominate the experienced racer DH Germán García followed by the Chilean Rodrigo Cabello (Cube, Chile) and Paulo Neher from Argentina.


Now to wait for October when we will experience the 3rd round of the championship in the renowned resort province of Salta, in the middle of the northwestern region of Argentina where we will find a very different surface from the mountains of Cordoba. 

We will be reporting what happens in this new date of the first and only championship enduro mountain bike championship in Argentina.


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Words & Pictures: Enduro Meeting Argentina

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