The International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) is the oldest off-road motorcycle event on the FIM racing calendar.
The ISDE is also one of the most demanding enduro race in the world. Riders have to travel more than 150 miles of dirt roads every day and be on the bikes for at least seven hours.
For the ISDE 2010, gold medals went to the enduro motorcycle riders who finish within 10% of their class’ top competitor’s total elapsed time, silver medals awarded for those within 40%, and all remaining finishers will be awarded bronze medals.
The ISDE attracted entries of around 500 riders, together with thousands of support crew and spectators. This has a major impact on tourist income for the Mexican venue in which it was based this year.
Click video to watch some great action footage of the top Husaberg riders in the 2010 race and post-race interviews featuring Oriol Mena and Nathan Woods.
Plus some helpful information about the Husaberg rental bike and race service from the 2010 ISDE in Morelia, Mexico.