From MXGP to world enduro, hard enduro and beach racing, Nathan Watson is a rider who refuses to be pigeonholed…
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Winner of the French Beach Race Championship and third overall in the World Enduro Super Series, Nathan Watson has enjoyed a memorable 12 months of racing.
It only seems like yesterday that Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Josep Garcia was crowned Enduro2 World Champion. But with KTM turning their attentions to the newly formed World Enduro Super Series, the young Spaniard is busy preparing for an altogether new challenge in 2018.
KTM’s Factory Enduro stars are READY TO RACE WESS. A brand-new series that searches for the ultimate enduro champion, the World Enduro Super Series kicks off on May 11 at the Extreme XL Lagares in Portugal – one of many events in which the amateur race the pros in the true spirit of Enduro.
It was a little while ago now, but special opportunities to ride factory bikes are few and far between. We let Jonathan Pearson buckle up and ride some of the best offroad motorcycles on the planet, and at the home of Antoine Meo. Sounds like the perfect day out to us at the KTM BLOG!
Nathan Watson is truly making waves in the EnduroGP World Championship. The Red Bull KTM factory racer made the switch from Motocross to Enduro this year and, quite honestly, came into it with no expectation other than to learn as much as possible from the team. However, having only finished off the podium once since the start of the season, and fighting for the E1 title, the ever-smiling Watson has been a man on a mission.
The Farioli name is synonymous with Enduro. Since the 1970s the family has been involved with the KTM brand and has been a mainstay in its racing era since the very beginning. Fabio’s father, a former Italian Enduro racer, began importing KTM machines when Fabio was born, and managed the Enduro team from the very start.
American racer Taylor Robert is taking on the world this season. The Arizona-man is stepping over to the Enduro World Championship aboard the KTM 350 EXC-F factory bike and is realizing his dream of racing the full series after a five years getting a taste of what’s to come while competing at the International Six Days Enduro. We caught up with Taylor during pre-season to find out what made him switch, and how his plans are going in the lead up to the first race.
The 2016 Red Bull KTM Factory Enduro Team is READY TO RACE. With two experienced riders and two rookies in each of the E1 and E2 classes, KTM is looking forward to putting experience with raw speed with a quest for success this season in the Enduro World Championship.