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Enduro
Endure is a sport where a person is so attached to his motorcycle that both interact in competitions and trips, with the purpose of having fun. For the rider, his motorcycle is hisbest friend.
Enduro is a form of motorcycle sport run on courses that are predominantly off-road. Enduro consists of many different obstacles and challenges. The main type of enduro event, andthe formal to which the World Enduro Championship is run, is a time-card enduro, whereby a number of stages are raced in a time trial against the clock.
Of courses, there are many dangersin this kind of sport, but when you have your motorcycle, you don’t think about them
Obviously, the rider needs to wear special equipment:helmet, chest protectors, boats, special shirt and pant, camelback, gloves, goggles, belts, neck support, knee guards, elbow guards.
Motorcycle
An Enduro motorcycle is a motorcycle speciallymade for the Enduro sport, with the long travel and medium-hard suspension of a motocross bike conjoined with features such as a headlight and quiet muffler to make the bike street-legal forparts of the track.

World Enduro Championship
The World Enduro Championship (WEC) was started in 1990, replacing the European Enduro Championship, which had been contested since 1968. Thechampionship is run under the FIM and generally consists of around eight or nine Grands Prix spread around the globe. These events are split into two days, from which points towards the worldchampionship are awarded. Each round includes a motocross test and an "extreme test", in addition to the enduro test.
Conclusion:
In conclusion this is an extreme sport that is definitelynot boring, as a matter of fact this sport has high levels of adrenaline. The riders look for an adventure no matter the dangers involved.
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