Competing in the third round of the British Enduro Championship at Windermere in Cumbria on Saturday and Sunday 25th and 26th May, the MRS Sherco riders had a really successful weekend with Jack Edmondson taking Sherco's first overall win in the BEC series.
On Saturday, Dan Mundell, riding his Factory 2.5 4T, put in an excellent performance winning the E1/4 class and finishing 3rd overall. Jack Edmondson, won the E2 class and was fourth overall on his 3.0 4T Factory.
Things just got better on Sunday when Jack Edmondson posted the first ever British Enduro Championship overall win, an occasion celebrated by all. Dan Mundell showed his consistency by posting the same result as Saturday, with third overall and winning the E1/ 4 class.
Jack Edmondson – “I started the day OK with a steady first test but after the second test I soon realised something wasn’t right. My riding was off pace but we continued to push on to the end and came home in 4th overall.
I am really happy to earn my first ever overall victory in the British Enduro Championship at round 4. With some problems the first day I was happy to put that behind me and get a good result. Honestly with the rain we had I knew it wasn’t my favourite conditions and I think I surprised myself a little with the win.
My 300 SEF was awesome all day even with the super challenging conditions it tested both me and the bike to stay upright and we did a great job! Thanks to all at MRS and Sherco for this great start to the year.”
Dan Mundell – “It felt great to be back our riding how I know I can this weekend. My injury from earlier this year has really messed my season up but I’m determined to turn things around and keep getting good results like we did this past weekend.
The Sherco was faultless all weekend and I must thank my team for all their help at the event. Great to see my team-mates Jack Edmondson and Jed Etchells riding so well and making it three Sherco’s in the top four!”