ISDE: Team Australia Wrap-up From 2022 Six Days Enduro

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With Day Six – and therefore ISDE 2022- now all wrapped up, MXstore Team Australia have secured third place in both the Junior World Trophy and Women’s World Trophy. With Senior World Trophy Team members Todd Waters and Josh Green out, the World Trophy result saw Team Australia in 21st overall.

With Senior World Trophy Team members Todd Waters and Josh Green out of the event, the World Trophy result saw Team Australia in 21st overall.
With Senior World Trophy Team members Todd Waters and Josh Green out of the event, the World Trophy result saw Team Australia in 21st overall.

Daniel Milner was a consistent presence near the front, ending the event 12th overall, 11th in World Trophy and third in the E1 class overall.

In the Junior World Trophy, the top performer was Tasmanian wunderkind Kyron Bacon who was 26th overall, 5th in his Junior World Trophy class and 3rd in E1 (Junior) and finally,  13th in E1 overall.

Bacon led the charge finishing an incredible third in the JSE1 class, fifth in JWT and 26th outright for the event on board his 250cc machine.
In the Junior World Trophy, the top performer was Tasmanian wunderkind Kyron Bacon who was 26th overall, 5th in his Junior World Trophy class and 3rd in E1 (Junior) and finally,  13th in E1 overall.

In the Women’s World Trophy division, Jess Gardiner was a strong presence from day one. She was 116th overall, 5th in Women’s World Trophy and 56th overall in E1.


Daily Summaries 
Day One: ”Day One of the 2022 International Six Day Enduro has seen the Australian tilt have mixed bag as they settled into the new environment of the French countryside, with the understanding that the Six Day Enduro cannot be won on the first day, but a crash can end it very early.”

For Gardiner, she found this one a challenge as conditions were tough and the riding long, but the ever determined rider she is enabled her to charge all the way to the finish.
In the Women’s World Trophy division, Jess Gardiner was a strong presence from day one. She was 116th overall, 5th in Women’s World Trophy and 56th overall in E1.

Day Two: “As one of the most challenging events in world motorsport, the nature of the ISDE is that it rewards consistency and determination. The Aussies had a slow first day, but thanks to their persistence, the slow climb up the rankings has begun…”

Day Three: “MXstore Team Australia hit the half-way mark after completing Day Three of the FIM ISDE in France. Our JWT riders move up to third in the overall while WT and WWT hold firm in seventh and fourth. Day Three brought us a new location as Loop 2 made its debut, bring a whole new set of tests.”

Day Four: “A really tough day four- the day that can often bring teams undone and it was MXstore Team Australia on the wrong side of the motorcycling gods with Todd Waters crashing out of the event.”

Day Five: “Day Five was once again a day of both positives and negatives, as the challenge of the new Loop, unfortunately, contributed to Josh Green crashing out during stage two. While it’s been an extremely tough competition for our MXstore Team Australia Men’s World Trophy contingent, our Junior and Women’s teams have both solidified their contention for podiums with consistent performances helping to extend the gap from fourth in both categories.”

Australia’s Junior and Women’s ISDE teams both stood on the podium at the end of the Six Day International off road event with a third-place finish respectively.
Day Six wrapped up the 2022 Six Day Enduro. MXstore Team Australia secured third place in both the Junior World Trophy and Women’s World Trophy.

Day Six: “Day Six wrapped up the 2022 Six Day Enduro. MXstore Team Australia have secured third place in both the Junior World Trophy and Women’s World Trophy.”


Check out the full results from the event here…


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