Pedersen and Andersen win in Skodje.
Ib Vegard Andersen is the 2014 champion in the Norwegian Norges Cup. After a ride of a week back from Andorra, he arrived just on time to ride the final of the Norges Cup. With 11 trial bikes in his bus, the vehicle had several mechanic problems, which ended up in the bus’ final break down in Uddevalla, on Friday. Ib was driving alone.
The victory on the first day was for Pedersen. Short behind the Ossa rider it was Andersen. The second day was for Andersen, as he took a victory once again, which he did many times before this year. It was a huge gap towards the second rider, Pedersen. With this victory, Pedersen was sealing the 2014 title.
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