Mexico: Six Days Enduro Cancelled

Mexico Enduro

The organizing committee of the eighty-fifth FIM International Six Days Enduro has decided to cancel the final day of the motorcycle racing competition, a decision that has been fully supported by the FIM Jury.

No one involved in the motocross event has been effected in anyway by the actions that occurred in the region overnight.

These actions were in no way connected to the event and took place some considerable distance from the host city of Morelia.

The decision has been taken to ensure the safety and security of all persons involved with the event and of the spectators due to watch the final motocross race.

Results as of the end of day five, most of which were already clear and decisive, will now be declared as the final official results of the eighty-fifth edition of the FIM International Six Days Enduro.

The prize giving ceremony will take place as originally planned this evening in the Mexican city of Morelia.2010


World Trophy

1: France 16.32:01.55

2: Italy 16.42:15.57

3: Finland16.46:38.30

4: USA 16.58:11.40

5: Poland 17.31:19.96

Junior Trophy

1: Spain 10.06:25.11

2: Sweden 10.12:19.95

3: USA 10.14:47.89

4: France 10.16:40.13

5: Finland 10.18:42.51

Women’s Cup

1: France 7.44:56.08

2: USA 8.55:11.58

3: Sweden 9.00:22.88

4: Germany 16.27:47.28

5: Canada 16.42:57.73

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One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007 and is currently Editor at Large at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of 365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).