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Gas Gas riders successfully complete the 2012 ISDE

Ivan Cervantes won the eighth stage victory and was fifth overall in E2. Jordi Figueras contributes to the Spanish victory in Category Club Trophy and Ludivine Puy is the great dominant in females. In Junior, Danny McCanney finished second with Great Britain.
Today, Gas Gas riders successfully closed the 87th edition of the International Six Days of Enduro (ISDE) held in Germany. This edition was characterized by difficulty in some special tests that composed the enduro six days and was no obsatacle for the Gas Gas mounted riders. Ivan Cervantes was more or less in the middle of these sections with the increased difficulty. Cristobal Guerrero's injury in the second day test made Cervantes the leader of the Spanish team. The third and fourth days were the most difficult for all participants due to the demanding course and weather conditions. That's when the rider from Cambrils pulled out his best efforts and regularly placed in the top ten in a fight with the Australian riders vying for the podium. Finally, Spain was sixth in a thrilling battle for fourth position with the United States and Finland. With Ivan Cervantes as the highest ranked Spanish rider in eighth place overall and fifth in the E2 class in an ISDE dominated from start to finish by the French team. Sebastien Guillaume was twenty-seventh.

In Class Trophy Club, Jordi Figueras has become one of the main protagonists of these six days of enduro in Germany. Riding the Gas Gas EC 300 R, the Spaniard has finished in second place in category and has contributed greatly to the victory of the Spanish team also consisting of Kirian Mirabet and Juan Perez, who took the first position.

Danny McCanney was the most prominent representative of Great Britain during the six days, but opted to victory in Junior also having finished in second place behind France. The pilot from the Isle of Man was among the 'big' in the first part of the test and in his category, only the new champion, Mathias Bellino surpassed him.

The ladies had only one name: Ludivine Puy. The French Gas Gas pilot took just the first two days to make ground against her major rivals. 'Lulu' had a resounding victory arriving more than 25 minutes ahead of her closest competitor but will soon be fighting for the Enduro championship with fellow Gas Gas rider, Laia Sanz who was absent in the ISDE as this weekend has also been the last round of the Feminine World Trial Championship and the Trials des Nations where she celebrated a double victory. The two candidates for the Female World Enduro Championship will meet on the 20th and 21st of October in France.


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