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An enduro motorcycle is an off-road racing motorcycle used in enduros, which are long-distance cross-country, Trails, time trial competitions. Enduro motorcycles closely resemble motocross, or "MX" bikes (upon which they are often based). They may have special features such as oversized gas tanks, engines tuned for reliability and longevity, sump protectors, and more durable (and heavier) components. Enduro bikes combine the long-travel suspension of an off-road motocross bike with engines that are reliable and durable over long distances, and may be fitted with oversize gas tanks for adequate range. Some enduro bikes have street-legal features such as headlights and quiet mufflers to enable them to use public roadways. The engine of an enduro bike is usually a single cylinder 2-stroke between 125 cc and 360 cc, or 4-stroke between 195 and 650 cc.

Enduro Legend - Graham Jarvis

His achievements include winning the Scottish Six Days Trial four times and the Scott Trial nine times, more times than any competitor in the event's history. He has been the British Trials Champion five times.More recently he has continued on to success within the Extreme Enduro segment placing prominently in several high-profile events. He has been the winner of Red Bull Romaniacs seven times, the Erzberg Rodeo Red Bull Hare Scramble five times, the Red Bull Sea to Sky six times, and the Winner Hells Gate five times.As of August 2018 Graham Jarvis is a Factory Team Rider for Husqvarna Motorcycles riding a Husqvarna Factory Racing TE 300i

Billy Bolt

Billy Bolt (born 17 August 1997 in Wallsend, United Kingdom) is an English motorcycle rider who has won professional titles in trial, enduro and endurocross. He has won the FIM SuperEnduro World Championship twice[1] and was the first to win the FIM Hard Enduro World Championship. Billy Bolt started showing interest in motorcycles from a young age, inheriting the love for the occupation from his father.In 2018, he won the World Enduro Super Series. In 2019, he had to undergo a leg surgery. In 2020, he won the FIM SuperEnduro World Championship for the first time, after sitting out the 2019 series due to an injury. Riding a Husqvarna, he won 7 races out of 12.In 2021, Billy Bolt became the first ever FIM Hard Enduro World Championship. In 2022, he won FIM SuperEnduro World Championship second year straight (the 2021 season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic).

Manuel Lettenbichler

German enduro rider Manuel Lettenbichler is renowned for delivering powerful performances in the world's most prestigious events. It’s fair to say Manuel Lettenbichler grew up riding a bike, getting his hands on his first trials bike at the age of five. He won three junior trials titles before taking a change of direction. His father, Andreas ‘Letti’ Lettenbichler, introduced him to enduro riding and Manuel caught the bug. On his first appearance at the Red Bull Hare Scramble in Erzberg in 2014 he became, at the age of 16, the youngest rider to ever finish the race.

Mario Roman

Mario Román (born 16 January 1991 in Spain), is an Extreme Enduro rider.His achievements include winning the EL INKA hard enduro 2019 - Peru, Hell's Gate Metzeler 2018, Alestrem 2018, Toyota Porto Extreme XL Lagares, in Portugal 2019, tenth edition of Sea to Sky. Mario Roman is a Factory Team Rider for Sherco racing factory.