BMW GS Trophy News

Day Six of the 2010 BMW GS Trophy in Africa was intense, as teams were challenged with even more special tests.

On Day Six, the riders were challenged to the "fox tube" and "slow race," both requiring perfect control over their BMW GS motorcycles. The teams also experienced some canoeing.


Towards the end of the day, the teams explored Zululand before breaking for the night.

Here are the point standings in the BMW GS Trophy in Africa.

The UK retains first place with 134 points. There is a tie for second place, as both South Africa and Nordic have 129 points. Then the team points are as follows: 4. Canada (107), 5. Spain (98), 6. USA (97), 7. Alps (94), 8. Germany (89), 9. Italy (79) and 10. Japan (49).

This year’s GS Trophy, which began Nov. 13, runs until Sunday, Nov. 21.

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Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.


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