The first round of the 2019 WFO Enduro Regional Championship at Four Rivers on Saturday proved to be tough, with riders battling their way around a tough course and tricky conditions due some rain in the morning.
However, the riders soldiered on and proved they have the enduro skills to tackle the event. The race was unfortunately stopped due some problems with the locals on the track.
The Natal WFO Enduro Association made the decision to stop the race and get all the riders safely back to the pits.
The decision was made to revert the results to one lap back to get the results for the event as most of the riders had completed their quota of laps.
This, the Natal WFO Enduro Association felt, was the best solution at the time.
The Natal WFO Enduro Association thanks everyone for their understanding in a tricky situation, which was beyond their control.
The Natal WFO Enduro Association thanks all the riders and believes by the look on their faces, they really enjoyed a tough day out of enduro riding.
Will Slater and Calvin Hume joined Flanagan on the aforementioned podiums.
Paddock legend Denzil Torlage showed no signs of slowing down as he won the Masters Class, where Andrew Heynes and Rob Scheepers finished second and third respectively.
Warren Barwell took the Senior Class spoils ahead of Adrian Werner and Richard Johnson, while Ryan Pelser prevailed in the High School Class after seeing off Cayden Purchase and Dylan Cox.
The provisional results are available on http://www.wforacing.co.za/regional-round-1-results