The Norwegian champion Håkon Pedersen had a great night in Germany. Pedersen switched a few months ago to Gas Gas, after several season riding on Ossa. The second place in the qualification was already an impressive achievement and taking victory in the final made his night perfect.
His German teammate Franz Kadlec couldn’t win on home soil, but a second place in the final was not that bad. Kadlec switched a few months ago to Gas Gas as well.
The Italian rider Gianluca Tournour took third place. This resulted in a full Gas Gas podium. The Spanish factory will be happy with that, after the struggling the last half year.
An amazing indoor it was in Ingolstadt, Germany, last Saturday. Full house again with 3000 enthusiastic trials fans cheering on the riders through the tricky sections. Big congrats to our Norwegian champion Håkon Pedersen for a superb victory ahead of fellow #jitsie teammate Franzi Kadlec ✊
Boasting the largest seating capacity of any of the venues that the FIM X-Trial World Championship visits it is not difficult to understand why it remains one of the biggest and most important stops of the tour each year. This Sunday’s clash at the famous Palau Sant Jordi arena, that will mark the second round of the current campaign promises to be yet another occasion of significant importance as defending FIM X-Trial World Champion Toni Bou – Repsol Honda looks to prevent his arch rival Adam Raga – TRS making it two wins in two stops. Continue reading →
EVO FACTORY MY 2016
Directly from the 2015 World Championship motorbike
During the season that just came to an end, the Beta Factory Team won the 125 Trial World Championship and the Trial World Cup. By starting with such a competitive motorbike, the R&D department of the Tuscan company further developed the project until it reached the new EVO Factory my 2016, which has even more advanced technical solutions.
This new high-end trials bike will be produced in the following versions: 125 – 250 – 300 2T, and for the first time 300 4T as well. Continue reading →