When Round 2 of the FIM SuperEnduro Championship got underway in Lodz, Poland, last weekend, there was one man who made his presence immediately known – Taddy Blazusiak.
The polish champion began aggressively aboard the KTM 350 EXC, and went on to win all three finals, sweeping the round of the SuperEnduro Championship, the former FIM World Indoor Enduro.
With his win, Blazusiak now has a perfect score for the entire season; Taddy had also won all three finals at the opening round of Super Enduro in Genoa.
Joining Blazusiak on the Lodz SuperEnduro podium was Britian’s Jonny Walker (KTM) and Sweden’s Joakim Ljunggren (Husabert).
Blazusiak won the 2010-2011 FIM Indoor Enduro World Championship, and became the first-ever gold medalists in Extreme Enduro at the X-Games. He then won every round of the USA’s EnduroCross competition.
The 2011-2012 FIM SuperEnduro Championship will break now for eight weeks before the final round in Barcelona, Spain, Feb. 5.
Attached above are video highlights of the Lodz, Poland, round Super Enduro.Google+