International Six Days Enduro Photo Gallery
September 18 – 2017
Stamping his name in the enduro history books, Loïc Larrieu secured the individual overall victory at the 2017 International Six Days Enduro. Leading home a stacked field of more than 800 riders, Larrieu also helped France top the World Trophy standings at this 92nd running of the prestigious annual event.
Placing third in the event’s overall standings, Taylor Robert claimed a hard-fought Enduro 3 class victory in France. “I’m really pleased with the way this year’s ISDE has panned out for me,” told Robert. “To win the Enduro 3 class and get third overall is really cool.”
Following her strong runner-up overall Women’s result last year, Laia Sanz went one step higher in 2017. In control of the race throughout the week in Brive, the Spaniard secured the individual victory in the Enduro Women’s class.
Absent from the event last year, the French World Trophy Team came back with a bang in 2017. Claiming the provisional lead end of day one, 100% athletes Loïc Larrieu and Christophe Charlier together with team partners Christophe Nambotin and Jeremy Tarroux brought France to the top step of the 2017 ISDE podium.
One of the revelations of this year’s event, Albin Elowson posted top five times on more than one occasions during the week in France. Claiming fourth in the Enduro 2 category, the young Swede was the highest placed Junior World Trophy rider.
The 2017 ISDE was a perfect opportunity for Hugo Blanjoue to demonstrate his talent. Getting eighth in Enduro 2, the relatively unknown 22-year-old rider played a key role in helping France’s Junior World Trophy team secure class victory.